Kingston College partners up with LKN Accounting Group
Graduates often find themselves in a catch-22 whereby they need experience to get a job, but can’t get a job because they do not have sufficient experience.
“Kingston College has always strongly believed in giving students as much real-world exposure as possible. Due to the nature of the market, finding placements for childcare and commercial cookery students has always been a simple matter. However conventionally, the education industry has struggled to find suitable placements for commerce students. That’s why we are really excited about our partnership with LKN Accounting Group,” said Michael Rodrigues, the Business Development Manager at Kingston College.
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I was nineteen and naturally somewhat naive but full of self - confidence. Having spent the previous year working as a hotel receptionist, my Spanish was quite fluent. Of course, fluency is not everything and although I had been reasonably well educated, my vocabulary, especially in relation to medical terms, in English or Spanish, was extremely limited.