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ACCA to introduce remote exam-taking due to #Coronavirus disruption

@ACCANews (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is introducing new flexibility for ACCA students around the world to enable them to take their exams at home or in another location in circumstances where centre-based exam sittings are disrupted.

ACCA launches wellbeing hub to support student mental health and wellbeing

Global accountancy qualification provider joins forces with new wellbeing ambassador to provide extra student support

More young people look beyond university as best way to jump start their careers, says ACCA

Results day is a time for students to really think about what the future holds for them. The recent general election highlighted concerns around the rising cost of university tuition and an uncertain job market. Young people are more enthused by flexibility and security and seem to be starting on the career ladder much earlier.

ACCA presents manifesto to next government to avoid a 'cliff edge' for UK business

Ahead of the General Election, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has released a five-point manifesto for the next government.

ACCA advises school leavers – ‘there are five strong reasons why you should think about an apprenticeship’

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) today launches its first apprenticeship - the ACCA Accounting Technician Apprenticeship - offering young people and school leavers five powerful reasons why apprenticeships are a viable and credible route for a successful and exciting career accountancy.

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Introduction to Fellowship of Inspection Nominees

Join Kerry Boffey, founder of the Fellowship of Inspection Nominees (fin) for an informal session outlining fin support available to providers in...

  • Tuesday, 14 July 2020 02:00 PM
  • On-line. Longdon Hall, Longdon on Tern