The aspiring candidates of chartered accountant (CA) now have an opportunity to learn from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) as the Chennai based finance lab trainers - BRK academy has joined hands with ACCA to commence virtual learning classes.
The ACCA need the aspirant to be passed in 14 papers along with professional experience of 3 years to be eligible to become a Chartered Certified Accountant.
BRK academy has been selected for its reputation and it offers unique programs, which made it a foremost choice of ACCA for this virtual learning program, said Aziz Tayyebi, Head of International Development, ACCA.
BRK academy excels in educating financial concept analysis. It also offers Hands-on training for graduates, postgraduates and working professionals.
B. Ramakrishnan, Founder of BRK academy told besides introducing ACCA module, BRK will also supply skills to even school students.
ACCA-qualified accountants are highly in demand by the market owing to the mounting foreign corporation set up in India.
Due to ACCA being recognized and accepted world-wide, many MNCs prefer ACCA experts in place of Chartered Accountancy (CA). Besides, the initial salary of ACCA professionals is also extremely rewarding. To pursue ACCA, class XI onward, Commerce students can enroll for ACCA classes and two papers could be cleared in the High school itself.
Mr. Ramakrishnan said, students can enroll in BRK courses as well, along with ACCA courses with having flexible class hours throughout weekends and weekdays both.
Apart from the international reach this course offers, another imperative fact is that this course comprise most aspects of finance, which is uncommon in other professional financial courses.
Upon completion of course, the students will receive a B. Sc degree in Applied Accountancy from Oxford Brookes University in the U.K. The U.K.-headquartered accountants’ body has a tie-Up with Oxford Brookes University. The ACCA also offers students an International Finance Reporting Standards (IFRS)
The classes are to commence from January 2014. The mode of examination shall be computer-based to be held in ACCA approved centers. The invigilation and administration is to be conducted by the British Council, informed Mr. Tayyebi.