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Training & Personal Development at Pitcher Partners
- Average rating for Training, based on 17 reviews8.3 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
Lots of training is provided for graduates
The firm has constant training being run to advance our skills. Varying from basic skills like organisation to more specific accounting skills and refresher classes. Each month my division has a tax update session to learn the latest in tax rulings. You never stop learning here.
Extensive training in the beginning, supported by regular other training programs during work.
There are numerous training opportunities.
I really appreciate the training events that are provided to us in our first few months. There have been some grad training sessions that (seemed) very irrelevant to us in Tax. Moreover, during our busy period we have been required to join certain training sessions about certain software products etc that we do not (or rarely) use in tax. Potentially fine tuning which grads need to attend which sessions would further improve the quality of training provided by reducing the group size by keeping some (less interested) grads away.
Time management. Prioritising work