- March 25, 2021 at 6:31 pm #615203
I have resigned from my job and just have 3 more weeks until my last date.I am working with an ACCA approved employer for 8 months and got my PER exemption form signed this week(signed date on form is 24rd March).
If my last working date is 14th April which I have mentioned in the gap provided for end date of job,can I submit the form to ACCA in advance that is 25th March or I should submit on my last working date which is 14th April?
Incase I submit the form early is there any compulsion that the performance objectives in the PER form must be signed only on the date of resignation?
Kindly advice.March 26, 2021 at 7:41 am #615215
See here https://www.accaglobal.com/pk/en/help/student-faqs-practical-experience-requirements.html about “leaving your role” if all the information is provided I see no reason why you cannot submit now or later – you only have to look at the posts on this forum to see that many students don’t get PER signed off before they leave an employment (!)
If you have concerns and want to be sure you should in any case ask ACCA directly https://forms.accaglobal.com/contact-usMarch 26, 2021 at 2:41 pm #615248
So does it mean that the PER form must be signed either on last date of employment or post leaving the organisation?
So if I got my PER form signed for 8 months three weeks prior,it is not valid?March 26, 2021 at 3:04 pm #615249
NO – sorry to confuse you – I meant quite that opposite – that leaving signing off until after a student has left employment is the source of many problems – and therefore to be avoided!March 26, 2021 at 3:17 pm #615250
Right.Thank for the clarity!
When I have had the form submitted to ACCA would they upload the performance objectives exempted to my account only or even the time of employment(8months)
Or am I supposed to claim time separately on my account which needs to be approved by my supervisor apart from filling the form?March 26, 2021 at 5:18 pm #615262
If not answered by the FAQs (link as above) I suggest you ask ACCA directly – every student’s circumstances are slightly different and I have not insight into the workings of ACCA’s systems beyond what is explained on its web pages.
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