Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Courses

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is a professional body based in the UK that offers the Chartered Certified Accountant qualification. ACCA have qualified more than 227,000 chartered accountants worldwide and continue to do so through their qualifications ranging from diploma level to degree qualifications.

Recording Financial Transactions (FA1)

This course is the perfect starting point to develop your knowledge and understanding on the main types of business transaction and documentation.

Management Information (MA1)

Get to know the basics of providing management information in an organization for planning and decision making.

Maintaining Financial Records (FA2)

Learn about the double-entry accounting techniques and basic financial statement preparation.

Managing Costs and Finance (MA2)

Support your management in decision making activities by learning how to prepare, process, and present basic cost information.

Business and Technology (FBT)

Understand the aspects of business environment and the role of accounting in operating business effectively, efficiently, and ethically.

Management Accounting (FMA)

Learn management accounting techniques to help you assist and enhance business performance.

Financial Accounting (FFA)

Learn the principles and concept of financial accounting techniques and prepare basic financial statements

Corporate and Business Law (LW)

Understand general legal frameworks relating to accounting and business and knowing when to seek legal advice when needed.

Taxation (TX)

Acquire knowledge and skills in tax systems for different sizes and forms of businesses.

Financial Reporting (FR)

Gain practical knowledge in accounting standards and understanding, analyzing, and interpreting financial statements.

Audit and Assurance (AA)

Learn how to carry out assurance engagement and application to professional regulatory frameworks.

Financial Management (FM)

Earn knowledge and skills in investing, financing, and dividend policy decisions.

Performance Management (PM)

Apply management accounting techniques for planning, decision-making, and performance evaluation and control.