Whatever industry or job function you’re in, formal certification on your CV or resume will improve your career prospects.
So the benefit of studying with ACCA-X is that they aren't isolated online courses in accounting. You'll have the opportunity to work towards accountancy qualifications from ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).
ACCA qualifications are among the most widely recognised and respected in business. It will demonstrate to employers you have the relevant financial skills and knowledge.
You won't get a certificate for just completing the course because ACCA-X is developed by ACCA, there is a standard way of achieving our qualifications. You will need to do the following:
- Register with ACCA as a student - choose the 'Foundations in Accountancy suite of qualifications' when you start your application.
- Take and pass the related ACCA's computer-based exams.
- Complete an online and interactive module on the 'Foundations in Professionalism' which helps you understand what it means to be a professional and to act ethically at work.
Before you apply to be an ACCA student please check the ACCA registration, subscription and exam entry fees in your country.
Here is a list of the ACCA qualifications you can work towards by studying with ACCA-X online courses to prepare for exams:
Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Diploma in Accounting and Business
The Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) Qualification
- All of the above exams, you can use the ACCA-X courses to prepare.
- Plus two additional specialist exams: FTX - Foundations in Taxation, FFM - Foundations in Financial Management, FAU - Foundations in Audit. We do not provide ACCA-X courses for these specialist exams, so we recommend you find a learning provider who will offer tuition to help you prepare for these exams.
Find out more about the ACCA CAT Qualification.
Achieving ACCA's introductory and intermediate certificates and diploma can be an access route to the ACCA Qualification. You will need to do this if you want to work towards becoming an ACCA member - a Chartered Certified Accountant.
- The FAB/F1, FMA/F2, FFA/F3 exams form the first part of the ACCA Qualification, the Knowledge Module of the Fundamentals Level. So if you've already achieved the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business you can start at the Skills Module.
- There is a total of 14 exams, an ethics module and three years practical experience in a relevant role to qualify.
Find out more about the ACCA Qualification.