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volunteering to get experience.


Hello,

I work full time as a delivery driver and want to change to bookkeeping. I am reading the Osbourne books for level 2 and watching videos as a way of learning. I thought that getting a volunteer job would be a good way to get practice. I did think about charity, but not sure where else or even if charities would need or take on an accountant.

Any ideas or advice would be great!

Thanks

Simon



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Why bookeeping? How can you volunteer if you work full time? Volunteers/trainees take a lot of hand holding so what is in it for the employer, other than additional work. Try getting a training contract. Lots of posts about this.



-- Edited by Shaun60 on Tuesday 7th of November 2023 11:10:24 AM

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