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Craig Dyer

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In the Summer of 2019 I began the process of returning to accountancy by enrolling in the AAT Advance Diploma in Accounting as a refresher before moving onto the AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting. I obtained AAT licence for Bookkeeping (AATQB) in the summer of 2020, and became an AAT Licensed Accountant (MAAT) in January 2022.

I spent 2 years working as an accounts assistants at a small Chartered Accountancy firm before studying at Canterbury Christs Church University. Upon graduation, I trained to become a secondary teacher, and throughout my 15 year career gained promotion to Assistant Head Teacher. Since Summer 2019 I have been running my own small practice, moving to full time in January 2020.


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Harriet Wooltorton

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Having left Devon for the bright lights in my twenties I have had a wealth of experience working as a photographer, running my own business and as an executive assistant. I enjoy the challenging and diverse workload here at C A Dyer accountancy which allows me to incorporate both people skills and organisational skills.

I managed Retail Stores for 10 years before deciding to change my career to Accounting in 2022. I am currently studying for my AATQB which I will complete in March 2024 and I will be continuing my studies with C A Dyer Accounts and Bookkeeping to achieve my MAAT. My skill sets and strengths lie in my communication with Clients and helping them to understand their Financial reports.


Ceylon Harty

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In 2015 I started my journey as an apprentice, gaining my AAT Level 3 along with some experience. Life soon took me on a different path to an archiving company where I met some amazing friends and my partner. We have been together just over 4 years and now have 2 beautiful children. 


Over the next few years I will accomplish AAT Level 4 which will give me my MAAT status. I cannot wait to grow with C A Dyer Accounts & Bookkeeping and see what the future holds for us all. 

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