Course Title: Advance Diploma in Accounting and Business
Awarded By: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
Course Category: Accounting & Finance
Course Duration: 360 Hours
If you decide to complete the ACCA Qualification, you will be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business on your way to completing the ACCA Qualification.
- A wide ranging and responsible accounting role in an SME
- A financial reporting and/or financial decision-support role, possibly in a supervisory role, within an accounting department of a larger organisation
- A financial supervisory or management role in accounts payables and/or receivables, or a financial role in fixed asset accounting or in financial shared service centres
- An accounting technician role in a commercial organization.
This course will cover the following key exams:
- F4 – Corporate and Business Law
You'll develop knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business, recognising the need to seek further specialist legal advice where necessary.
- F5 – Performance Management
You'll develop knowledge and skills in the application of management accounting techniques to quantitative and qualitative information for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control.
- F6 – Taxation
You'll develop knowledge and skills relating to the tax system as applicable to individuals, single companies and groups of companies.
- F7 – Financial Reports
You'll develop knowledge and skills in understanding and applying accounting standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements of entities, including groups and how to analyse and interpret those financial statements.
- F8 – Audit and Assurance
You'll develop knowledge and understanding of the process of carrying out the assurance engagement and its application in the context of the professional regulatory framework.
- F9 – Financial Management
You'll develop the knowledge and skills expected of a finance manager, in relation to investment, financing and dividend policy decisions.