Jessica gets by with little help from her friends…

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Gaining top marks in the Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme has given New Ross-based student Jessica Curran a springboard to a career in the sector. Pic: Aileen Drohan.

GAINING top marks in the Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme has given a Wexford student a springboard to a career in the sector – thanks to advice from her friends.

Jessica Curran (21) from New Ross – who scored one of the highest marks in the country last year – has advised everyone to listen to their friends after the course gave her the foundation to continue her studies

Accounting Technicians Ireland’s qualification is recognised as the fastest pathway to a professional accounting career.

Jessica heard about the full-time ATI course at Colaiste Abbain in Adamstown from a friend after she finished school.

“I was thinking of college but then my friend mentioned this course and when I looked into it a little more, I thought it would be perfect for me,” she said.

“The lectures were diverse and the tutors were really supportive during the two-year full-time course and I really knew at the end that

“I wanted to carry on with a career in accountancy so I’m now just finished exams in my second year of the degree course now, ” said the delighted New Ross student.

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