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Members of small and independent accountants’ businesses are being invited to ‘hit the recession for six’ at Worcester Cricket Club.

Accountants in Worcestershire lay on courses every month with top speakers, and Andrew Gotch (Managing Director of the Professional Training Partnership offering advice and representation to individuals, companies and professional firms throughout the UK) is giving guidance on the New Tax Regime at the next course at Worcester Cricket Club on Tuesday (29 September) from 6 30 until 8 pm.

Celia with cricket bat!Celia Adams, chair of the Worcestershire Institute of Chartered Accountants, which has arranged the course, said:  “Our courses appeal to members from all institutes as they are short, effective, keeping up to date with current developments."

“It is a great advantage to hear our speakers, to present new opportunities, and advise their client companies on ‘catching the wave’ as construction picks up."

“Our courses offer the opportunity to keep up to date, meet colleagues and still be home at a sensible time.  Our speakers are the best in their subjects and we bring that expertise into Worcestershire, so that time-pressed professionals do not have to travel.”

Next month (October) Andrew Guntert (from Mercia specialises in auditing and financial reporting and has been delivering CPE lectures for some years) will be speaking on Auditing in a Recessionary Environment.

There are another six topics running through to March, and a single course is £33.93 including VAT or a block booking for all eight courses is £207 including VAT. For further information contact John Potter on 01905 428597 or Celia Adams on 01584 781244, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it