The ACCA Qualification
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ACCA F5 - Performance Management
ACCA F7 - Financial Reporting
ACCA F9 - Financial Management
ACCA SBR
ACCA AFM

The ACCA qualification is a flexible, global accounting qualification that covers all areas an accountant would be expected to know - Reporting, Business, Taxation, Audit, Finance and certainly MIS. The ACCA qualification blends it all in the most effective manner by bringing flexibility to the qualification - write one exam at a time every 3 months and upto 8 in a year. This helps students prepare well for the examination especially to those who are working professionals and wish to add a global qualification to their name.

ACCA is a blend of multiple branches - although the core aspects covered in the qualification aims at accounting and auditing (even if it is optional). The ACCA qualification offers multiple routes to students basis their prior qualification. This would mean that a school pass-out may have to write all 13 exams for him to qualify as an ACCA member, but a professionally qualified accountant seeking to do the ACCA qualification may only be writing 4 papers to be a qualified ACCA member.

The value of the qualification is embedded within the ACCA robust mechanism that requires students to complete and prove that they have completed relevant 3 years of practical experience before they can be a qualified member - irrespective of completing all papers.

At AVC Learning, we offer several papers in the domains of Accounting, Finance and Performance Management to our students through a flexible learning solution.

Check out our online lectures to understand how do we help you gain the ACCA qualification

ACCA F7 - Financial reporting

The F7 examination covers broadly all standards barring a few in the IFRS domain. The syllabus is quiet comprehensive and includes much stuff than people can digest. More so, the examination is core to deal with a mix of Multiple Choice Questions and large questions - although that is what pretty much the entire ACCA qualification is expected to be like (we can be sure upto Fundamentals papers certainly).

While the examination is detailed, the coverage expects the participants to understand the standards strongly on concepts and build a robust understanding on why a particular concept has a significance for accounting and reporting. A strong knowledge at F7 examination certainly builds the comfort at the SBR examination at the professional level.

We help you understand the standards and the underlying concepts better with the help of our lectures specifically built to cover the concepts with a deep-dive methodology dealing with why a particular reference is given in a IFRS.

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Broader Coverage:

A The conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting

1. The need for a conceptual framework and the characteristics of useful information

2. Recognition and measurement

3. Regulatory framework

4. The concepts and principles of groups and consolidated financial statements

B Accounting for transactions in financial statements

1. Tangible non-current assets

2. Intangible assets

3. Impairment of assets

4. Inventory and biological assets

5. Financial instruments

6. Leasing

7. Provisions and events after the reporting period

8. Taxation

9. Reporting financial performance

10. Revenue

11. Government grants

12. Foreign currency transactions

C Analysing and interpreting the financial statements of single entities and groups

1. Limitations of financial statements

2. Calculation and interpretation of accounting ratios and trends to address users’ and stakeholders’ needs

3. Limitations of interpretation techniques

4. Specialised, not-for-profit, and public sector entities

D Preparation of financial statements

1. Preparation of single entity financial statements

2. Preparation of consolidatied financial statements including an associate

Our offering

 - 60 hours of content with lifetime access​

 - Comprehensive coverage of the syllabus and concepts

 - Updated content with additional discussions coverage

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ACCA F5 - Performance management

The F5 examination covers management accounting areas at tactical (management) level. The syllabus is detailed to include various aspects of management decision making aspects including budgeting, reporting, analysis, application of different management aspects.

A detailed comprehensive coverage of management accounting concepts, there is an overlap of analysis that is picked from F7 examination - everything else is pretty much this examination specific. Detailed undersanding of the concepts at F5 ACCA examination helps you prepare for the ​Advanced Performance Management examination.

Our Support

We help you understand the concepts better with the help of our lectures specifically built to cover the concepts with a deep-dive methodology dealing along with practise questions from the topics.

Sharing a sample lecture link to help you know how do we teach it!

Broader Coverage:

A Information, technologies and systems for organisational performance

1. Managing information

2. Sources of information

3. Information systems and data analytics

B Specialist cost and management accounting techniques

1. Activity-based costing

2. Target costing

3. Life-cycle costing

4. Throughput accounting

5. Environmental accounting

C Decision-making techniques

1. Relevant cost analysis

2. Cost volume analysis

3. Limiting factors

4. Pricing decisions

5. Make-or-buy and other short-term decisions

6. Dealing with risk and uncertainty in decision-making

D Budgeting and control

1. Budgetary systems and types of budget

2. Quantitative analysis in budgeting

3. Standard costing

4. Material mix and yield variances

5. Sales mix and quantity variances

6. Planning and operational variances

7. Performance analysis

E Performance measurement and control

1. Performance analysis in private sector organisations

2. Divisional performance and transfer pricing

3. Performance analysis in not-for-profit organisations and the public sector

4. External considerations and behavioural aspects

Our offering

 - 55 hours of content with lifetime access​

 - Comprehensive coverage of the syllabus and concepts

 - Updated content with additional discussions coverage

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ACCA F9 - financial management

The F9 examination covers financial management and decision making areas at tactical (management) level. The syllabus is detailed to include various aspects of financial decisions , for both short term and long term aspects of a business - irrespective of the industry it is a part of.

A detailed comprehensive coverage of financial management concepts, there is an overlap of analysis that is picked from F7 examination - everything else is pretty much this examination specific. Detailed undersanding of the concepts at F9 ACCA examination helps you prepare for the ​Advanced Financial Management examination.

Our Support

We help you understand the concepts better with the help of our lectures specifically built to cover the concepts with a deep-dive methodology dealing along with practise questions from the topics.

Sharing a sample lecture link to help you know how do we teach it!

Broader Coverage:

A Financial management function

1. The nature and purpose of financial management

2. Financial objectives and relationship with corporate strategy

3. Stakeholders and impact on corporate objectives

4. Financial and other objectives in not-for-profit organisations

B Financial management environment

1. The economic environment for business

2. The nature and role of financial markets and institutions

3. The nature and role of money markets

C Working capital management

1. The nature, elements and importance of working capital

2. Management of inventories, accounts receivable, accounts payable and cash

3. Determining working capital needs and funding strategies

 

D Investment appraisal

1. Investment appraisal techniques

2. Allowing for inflation and taxation in DCF

3. Adjusting for risk and uncertainty in investment appraisal

4. Specific investment decisions (lease or buy, asset replacement, capital rationing)

E Business finance

1. Sources of, and raising, business finance

2. Estimating the cost of capital

3. Sources of finance and their relative costs

4. Capital structure theories and practical considerations

5. Finance for small- and medium sized entities (SMEs)

F Business valuations

1. Nature and purpose of the valuation of business and financial assets

2. Models for the valuation of shares

3. The valuation of debt and other financial assets

4. Efficient market hypothesis (EMH) and practical considerations in the valuation of shares

G Risk management

1. The nature and types of risk and approaches to risk management

2. Causes of exchange rate differences and interest rate fluctuations

3. Hedging techniques for foreign currency risk

4. Hedging techniques for interest rate risk

Our offering

 - 60 hours of content with lifetime access​

 - Comprehensive coverage of the syllabus and concepts

 - Updated content with additional discussions coverage

Register with us

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