Find out below about other Accountancy Qualifications:
AAT is the UK’s leading qualification and professional membership body for accounting staff with over 125,000 members worldwide. AAT can help to progress your career with nearly two thirds of full members agreeing that the AAT qualification has increased their earning potential.
The Certificate in Accounting comprises of Unit 30 & Unit 31
AAT Unit 30
Unit 30 introduces the concepts of accounting for income and receipts, making and recording payments and preparing accounts to trial balance.
Free access to interactive e-learning material for Unit 30
AAT Unit 31
Unit 31 is concerned with presenting financial information and reports for internal and external use, operating a computerised accounting system and performing effectively in the work place. This Unit is assessed by means of a skills test.
Free access to interactive e-learning material for Unit 31
What is the CFA?
CFA stands for Chartered Financial Analyst. The CFA Institute is the global association of investment professionals.
BENEFITS OF OBTAINING THE CFA QUALIFICATION
The qualification provides a strong foundation of real-world investment analysis and portfolio management skills and is well recognised and respected by employers within the investment industry.
ICAEW stands for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales a leading international accountancy body. The ICAEW Chartered Accountant qualification, the ACA, is one of the most advanced learning and professional development programmes available .
BENEFITS OF OBTAINING THE ACA QUALIFICATION
The ACA qualification is valued around the world in business, practice and the public sector. Qualified ACA’s generally receive high salaries.
WHAT IS THE CIA? CIA stands for Certified Internal Auditor and is the only globally accepted qualification for internal auditors.
BENEFITS OF OBTAINING THE CIA QUALIFICATION
The qualification proves to employers that you have knowledge and ability in all aspects of internal auditing.
STEPS TO BECOME CPA
Learn About the CPA Examination
You have been studying accounting for a long time and are now prepared to seek CPA licensure. You are ready to focus on the CPA Examination – its content, structure, format, and delivery. Review this website to familiarize yourself with the examination information available to you. Click here to view FAQs on examination topics.
Accounting for Non-Accountants (AfNA)
What is AFNA and who are AFNA lectures aimed at?
Accounting can be defined as “the information system that measures, processes and communicates financial information about a business”. It provides a vital service and it is important for every key person of a business to understand how accounting records are kept and to be able to interpret accounting reports.
Not all managers and key persons of a business have training in accounting. “Accounting for Non-Accountants (AfNA)” has been designed for all who occupy responsible positions in the business but lack accounting background.
Accounting Course objectives
In general, the course seeks to enable participants with no accounting background to explain and apply the principles, basic tools, and techniques of the accounting process.
Specifically, at the end of the course, participants will be able to:
* Understand how financial transactions are recorded
* Understand how final accounts are produced
* Discuss and apply principles, concepts, methods and procedures of financial management and planning such as capital budgeting, cost-volume profit analysis, and working capital;
Read financial statements,and analyze and use them for decision-making.
The course is open to entrepreneurs, owner-managers of businesses, finance staff of SMEs and officers of private voluntary organizations with no accounting background but are involved directly or indirectly with financial management.