Mock Deaf Graduate Assessment Scheme Ernst & Young

Event Details

Taking place in April 2017 at EYs London office, the assessment centre is all-day event that will be held in a fully accessible environment with British Sign Language interpreters.

The day will involve a series of exercises that will assess deaf people suitability for graduate schemes, and it will enable the participants to develop skills that will help them to succeed at EYs graduate assessment centres.

EY offers graduate career opportunities across their four service lines: Assurance, Consulting, Tax and Transactions, as well as in Technology, Law and Actuarial. It recruits students based on their strengths and potential, not just academic backgrounds. Whichever business area participants wish to join, there’s the opportunity to hone skills and build expertise through exceptional training and development at EY as well as studying for a professional qualification so that each employee can make the most of their strengths and reach their full potential.

EY’s team-based business culture gives employee the support they need to thrive from the moment they join.

Contact Alasdair Grant at alasdair.grant@deafunity.org to register your interest and find out more.

 

Event Organiser/Organisation
Deaf Unity and Ernst & Young
Start Date/Time
21 Apr 2017 at TBC
End Date/Time
21 Apr 2017 at TBC
Venue Address
6 More London Place London SE1 2DA
Booking Instructions
Contact Alasdair Grant at alasdair.grant@deafunity.org to register your interest and find out more about the event.

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