A Huddersfield woman has achieved registered bookkeeper status with the International Association of Bookkeepers (IAB).
To gain registered status, bookkeepers must have achieved a level three IAB qualification or equivalent from another awarding body – the highest available – have at least two years’ relevant bookkeeping experience and have either a computerised bookkeeping qualification or can demonstrate at least a year’s experience of computerised bookkeeping.
Helen Carr (pictured), a director of Pathway Accounts at Fenay Bridge, received her Fellow membership after passing her Open University B292 Management Accounting qualification.
Helen received her Fellow membership on October 24 after passing her Open University B292 Management Accounting qualification on September 30.
Ms Carr said: “Becoming a Registered Bookkeeper is important as it demonstrates that I have the most up to date and relevant skills possible to provide the best service for my current and future clients.
“As a not-for-profit, long-established industry body, the IAB qualifications are highly regarded, by bookkeepers and those who use our services.
“I am proud to be able to call myself a Registered Bookkeeper.”