ACCA Member Offers

As official career management partners of ACCA Careers we can help you:

  • Assess your skills, values and career drivers
  • Uncover and evaluate job options including hybrid working  
  • Formulate an effective job search campaign – using ACCA careers and other channels
  • Obtain your target role

ACCA Member Benefits

We are offering all ACCA members:

  • Free initial career conversation to discuss your situation and how our services can help
  • 10% discount* on any career management programme
  • 12 months access to icareercoach for just £80 (saving £400)
    • Interactive career profiling tools and career assessments
    • CV and application planning, preparation and advice
    • Interview planning and practice simulators
    • and much more, watch our video.

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To book or for more information call us on +44 (0)1753 888 995 or fill in the contact form below and one of our team will be in touch.

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    What Our Clients Think

    “Personal Career Management helped me to align my CV, LinkedIn profile and strategies to the market. The process was both cathartic and re-enforced my self-belief and determination to take my career in a specific direction.  After only a few weeks I had attained an interview for a perfectly matched position, and I was offered the role at second interview. I now realise the benefit of outplacement support, it is not just about the right CV or interview technique, but about understanding myself and regaining my belief, confidence and a direction of travel following an enforced career change.”
    David Walker, Regional Finance Manager       

    “I found the programme took me gently down a path of self realisation of what was important to me, what my skills are, what I enjoy and dislike.”
    Andrew Kordecki, Financial Controller