Courses of Oral Tuition for Articled Clerks

February 1965
Accountancy;Feb1965, Vol. 76 Issue 858, p135
Trade Publication
This article presents a provincial listing of the short, full-time courses of oral tuition arranged by several colleges for further education and private tutorial organizations for prospective and newly articled clerks in England and Wales from 1965 to 1966. In the listing, brief details of the courses were given and only those arranged in co-operation with district societies were included. The locations of the introductory courses for newly articled clerks included: City of Birmingham College of Commerce in Birmingham staring March 8, Manchester College of Commerce in Manchester from May 17 to June 4 and Brighton Technical College at Brighton from March 15 to 26. Introductory courses for post-intermediate articled clerks were held at: Leeds College of Commerce in Leeds from June 14 to 25, Nottingham Regional College of Technology in Nottingham from May 17 to 28 and Swansea Technical College in Swansea from June 7 to 25. Introductory courses for newly articled clerks in London were organized by the London Student's Society from January 18, March 1 and May 10. The pre-examination revision courses were held at: Staffordshire College of Commerce at Wednesbury from February 1 to 26, Sheffield College of Technology in Sheffield for 2 weeks in March and Swansea Technical College in Swansea from April 26 to May 14.


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