Chamber Training's Accountancy Summer School

Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Training (CWCCT) is offering an Accountancy Summer School, which is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).  The courses are designed to help young people gain the skills and confidence needed as they move into the competitive world of finance. 

The team at CWCCT has a strong track record of working in partnership with schools to raise awareness amongst young people of the workplace and an invaluable pathway from education into employment.

The ‘Accountancy Summer School’ is aimed at helping young people to identify their strengths, transferable skills, and aspirations.  There will be particular emphasis on interview techniques, making successful job applications, and CV development including an insight into the opportunities and career paths available. 

Adele Wheatley, a Training Advisor at Chamber Training said, “The Accountancy Summer School has been designed to support young people in Coventry, residing CV1 to CV6, with their career planning.  By attending one day a week during the summer holiday break, young people will learn how to build their confidence and knowledge of what the local job market offers.

“The courses will give an insight into financial transactions, bookkeeping systems, and business accounts. Individuals will hear from apprentices who are following accountancy apprenticeships and also have the opportunity to participate in an interview.

“The Accountancy Summer School is ideal for individuals aged 16 and above who are intending to return to school or college in September but are considering options for the future. We can also help mature candidates wishing to make a career change or develop their skill-set.”

To find out more about Chamber Training’s ‘Accountancy Summer School’ please contact our Recruitment Team on 024 7623 1122 or

Take a look at Chamber Training’s Apprenticeship Video here.


Photo caption: Adele Wheatley, a Training Advisor at Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber Training.