SWAP has taken on eleven trainees to strengthen its team in the last six months.
The recruits will work across its partnership undertaking audits for its 14 partners and other associated clients.
Josie Baker, Kristian Hawkes, Adele Mitchell, Daniel Sambells, Jai Chahal, Angie Hooper, Daniel Newens, Juber Rahman, Ivan Everett, Lisa Millar and Klara Wilkins have all joined the audit partnership.
They will now start internal training and some have already begun studying towards becoming a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) an Institute of Internal Auditors professional qualification.
SWAP Management - Gerry Cox (Chief Executive) said: “It’s fantastic we’ve been able to take on so many new starters; this is an exciting time for them to join. These trainees are the future and it is important we continue to invest in the best talent the region has to offer.”
Comments from a few that have started are:
“Apprehensive at first as it was a new profession to me, but growing in confidence and looking forward to my future development with the support of SWAP”.
“Having left university and worked for the media sector, I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect when I joined SWAP as a trainee internal auditor. I’m very happy to say that I have really enjoyed my time with SWAP so far. A highlight for me has been the fantastic support I’ve received whilst learning the role, coupled with the excellent training opportunities SWAP provides. I’m really looking forward to my future with SWAP”.
"It’s been a fantastic 6 months so far - thanks to the great team I work with. I’m really looking forward to becoming professionally qualified and the future ahead!"
“Internal audit work is much more interesting and varied than I thought. I am particularly pleased that SWAP have just approved my application to study for the Certified Internal Audit qualification”.