The ACCA is the largest professional accounting body. To develop knowledge and skills expected of a financial manager - relating to issues affecting investment, financing, and dividend policy decisions. It is part of the suite of nine papers required to achieve the foundation stage towards the ACCA qualification.
|Qualification name||Non regulated provision, Level 5, Accounting and Finance|
|Awarding organisation||Generic award - no awarding body|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||7th January 2022|
|Cost description||Please refer to our website|
Students who have completed AAT Level 4 are exempt from the first three modules, F1-F3 and join us at F4 - Corporate and Business Law, where we begin our teaching. We advise university degree holders to refer to the ACCA website regarding qualifications and exemptions. We encourage students to be in an accounting function within their organization, not only for the application of theory learned in class, but it is essential for acceptance into membership of the ACCA.
Students must register and become members of the ACCA. This now enables you to book your exams and gather evidence of your professional experience which you will submit on qualification. We will organise revision sessions with mock exams, give homework and mark set exercises, but the final exam must be booked individually via the ACCA.
In conjunction with three years of relevant work experience, membership of the largest global network of certified and chartered accountants - The ACCA. Many students progress to become Finance directors and partners within their organisations. There are potential exemptions on MBA programmes whilst some students go on to specialise in Taxation becoming Chartered taxation advisers, in insolvency, becoming Insolvency practitioners or audit, becoming specialist IT and forensic auditors