No Wrong Path

Aug 9, 2022 | TC news, Business support hub

It’s high school exam results day in Scotland, as expectant pupils wait nervously to see how they have faired.

For some it will mean joy and elation, while others may face disappointment and the prospect of an appeal.

Whatever the outcome, we can reassure you that there are many routes to a successful career, especially when it comes to accountancy. You don’t necessarily need a degree to become a qualified accountant. In fact, several of our current partners didn’t go to university yet have become recognised specialists in their chosen field.

That’s why we strongly support the ‘No Wrong Path’ movement led by Developing the Young Workforce which provides inspiration and reassurance to young people receiving their exam results.

Here are some of our staff with their stories.



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