Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members launches Career Development Training Sessions

Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members launches Career Development Training Sessions

The Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members and Connect by Nova have partnered to deliver a series of webinars designed to help students achieve career success.

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (17 March 2023) – A brand new series of free webinars are now available for the ACCA student population, being provided to not just students and job seekers in the Cayman Islands but to the wider Caribbean region.

The Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members and Connect by Nova have teamed up to support accounting students in the Cayman Islands and the wider Caribbean region to achieve career success with a series of career development workshops.

The webinar series is geared at ensuring students are workforce-ready, covering soft skills in the workplace and hot topics relating to developing and sustaining a successful, long-term career in the accounting field.

“With 190 ACCA students in the Cayman Islands, most of whom are studying on their own, we hope to offer relevant content to prepare them for a bright future within the profession. We have provided them with an on-island testing centre and it’s time to take the next step in our journey of support to our students. We continue to see a growing demand for accounting professionals not just in the region but across the globe, and we firmly believe the region has a lot to offer when it comes to accounting talent” said Candice Czeremuszkin, Chair, Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members

“In an employment market that is more competitive than ever, it’s important for job seekers to stand out from the crowd on paper, online and of course, in person. We’re excited to partner with the Cayman Islands Local chapter of ACCA members to connect their students with bespoke and timely training, support, and development resources to help them stand out as they look to further their careers in the accounting profession” said Hannah Jackson, Career Services Manager and Co-Founder of Connect by Nova.

Online workshops hosted by the Connect by Nova team will cover the following topics:

  • March 30th at 6pm: Foundation of Interviewing
  • April 27th at 6pm: Interview Skills – Competency based and situational questions
  • May 25th at 6pm: Soft Skill, Hard Impact
  • June 29th at 6pm: Optimize Your Linkedin Profile
  • September 28th at 6pm: Networking
  • October 26th at 6pm: Work Ethic/Etiquette
  • November 30th at 6pm Realistic Goal Setting for Career Success
  • December 28th at 6pm The Importance of Time Management

“I applaud the Cayman Islands Local Chapter of ACCA members for their partnership with Connect by Nova to deliver a webinar series of soft skill training to our ACCA students in the Cayman Islands and across the wider region. This soft skill training will not only complement the students’ technical and ethical skills obtained from the ACCA qualification but also improve their employability thereby supporting the content in our Careers Advice library on our ACCA Careers platform – Articles and careers information on ACCA Careers (” said Shelly-Ann Mohammed, Head, ACCA – South America and the Caribbean.

For further information contact Candice Czeremuszkin, Managing Partner, Moore Professional Services at Candice.Czeremuszkin@MooreProfessionalServices.KY or at + 1 345 938 8300.

About Connect by Nova

A non-profit by Nova Recruitment, Connect by Nova is committed to supporting individuals in the Cayman Islands to achieve career success.