Advanced Audit and Assurance will teach you how to analyse, evaluate, and report on assurance engagements, as well as other issues in audit and assurance. Please note that the AAA paper requires a thorough understanding of the financial reporting standards examined in SBR. Therefore you should only book this course if you have already passed the SBR paper, or if you are sitting AAA and SBR together.
Advanced Performance Management focuses on developing advanced management accounting techniques. You will learn to accurately assess the performance and strategic development of global organisations, taking into account economic as well as external factors.
ACCA Advanced Taxation will help you acquire the knowledge needed to offer well-informed advice on how large-scale taxation affects financial decision-making.
ACCA Audit and Assurance introduces students to the nature, purpose and scope of assurance engagements, both internal and external. It covers planning the audit, performing risk assessment and the form and content of the independent auditor’s report.
ACCA Corporate and Business Law introduces students to the overall English legal system including contract and tort, which underpin business transactions. The syllabus covers a range of specific legal areas relating to various aspects of business of most concern to finance professionals.
E1 focuses on the structuring of organisations. It covers the structure and principles underpinning the operational functions of the organisation, their efficient management and effective interaction in enabling the organisation to achieve its strategic objectives.
E2 emphasises a holistic, integrated approach to managing organisations, from external and internal perspectives. It builds on the understanding of organisational structuring gained from E1 and is centred on the concept of strategy and how organisational strategy can be implemented through people, projects, processes and relationships.
E3 builds on the insights gained from E1 and E2 about how organisations effectively implement their strategies by aligning their structures, people, process, projects and relationships. E3 aims to develop the skills and abilities of the strategic leaders of organisations.
F1 covers the regulation and preparation of financial statements and how the information contained in them can be used. It provides the competencies required to produce financial statements for both individual entities and groups using appropriate international financial reporting standards.
F2 builds on the competencies gained from F1. It covers how to effectively source the long-term finance required to fund the operations of organisations, particularly their capital investments.