Peviously, I graduated in a BSc. (2.2) degree non-related to business/accountancy but now I want to change my career path and train for the ACA and need abit of basic advice,
-How does the ACA work? Can it be learnt at home and where does the examinations take place?
-How much does the entire 3 year ACA programme cost?
-Is the CFAB worth doing/advantageous?
As I see it, I have to join a training course with organisation ABC say and they provide me with the entire 3 year programme of ACA training?
Any advice is much appreciated!
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Training for the ACA watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-03-2011 12:03
- 21-03-2011 11:03
If you want to do the ACA you will have to have a work placement for 3 years, otherwise you cannot pass it.