Apply To Job Shadow At KPMG
As a Grade 11/12 learner, you may have questions about how what you are studying in Accounting becomes practical and relevant in the working world. As a courtesy, KPMG offers Grade 11/12 learners the opportunity to come in for job shadowing, where you will be exposed to what the life of a Chartered Accountant is all about.
KPMG, through organic growth and strategic mergers, the firm has grown into one of the largest Audit, Tax and Advisory firms in the region, offering a wide array of services to clients within the public and private sectors. They are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. KPMG strives to keep the world around us running smoothly by providing valuable insights on a range of issues that affect our lives. They offer learners the opportunity to come into their office for job shadowing.
Learners will have the opportunity to visit the KPMG offices and learn about accounting. You'll have the opportunity to see what their firm does, meet with people in diverse industries, and learn about the work-life balance they offer.
What do you want to get out of your Accounting degree? Do you want to understand the concepts, apply accounting principles, or work on real-world projects? KPMG is the place for learners interested in all three. During job shadowing, participants will have the opportunity to meet with a Chartered Accountant in person.
More than just balancing general ledgers and balancing current accounts, the job shadowee will have first-hand experience of working in a team of Chartered Accountants ranging from junior to senior staff.
If you are interested in Job Shadowing, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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