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Course Details

The ACCA is the largest professional accounting body in the world. The aim of the course is to develop knowledge and skills in the application of management accounting techniques to quantitative and qualitative information for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control. It is part of the suite of nine papers required to achieve the foundation stage towards the ACCA qualification.

Entry Requirements

Please refer to the ACCA website regarding qualifications and exemptions. We encourage students to be in an accounting function within an organization not only for the application of theory learned in class, but it is essential for acceptance into membership of the ACCA.

Career options

In conjunction with three years of relevant work experience, membership of the largest global network of certified and chartered accountants - The ACCA

ACCA F5 Performance Management

Five highlights

  • 1 Learn from tutors with a wealth of practical experience.
  • 2 Personalised learning due to small and intimate classroom sizes.
  • 3 Tracking of progress to ensure you are motivated and prepared.
  • 4 Access to our tutors outside of classroom hours.
  • 5 Focus sessions and comprehensive online learning activities.

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 04.09.2020
  • ACCA


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Course code Location Course length Start date
BUS260CD1A Chichester Campus 12 Weeks 04.09.2020

What you need to know

What will I study?

Our students will be able to, by the end of the programme: A:Explain and apply cost accounting techniques B:Select and appropriately apply decision-making techniques to facilitate business decisions and promote efficient and effective use of scarce business resources, appreciating the risks and uncertainty inherent in business and controlling those risks. C: Identify and apply appropriate budgeting techniques and methods for planning and control and use standard costing systems to measure and control business performance and to identify remedial action. D: Identify and discuss performance management information and measurement systems and assess the performance of an organisation from both a financial and non financial viewpoint, appreciating the problems of controlling divisionalized businesses and the importance of allowing for external aspects

How will I be taught?

In the classroom using textbooks,study notes and a range of resources.

How will I be assessed?

We will organize revision sessions with mock exams, but the final exam must be booked individually via the ACCA.

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