Acca

messedup89messedup89 Experienced MentorPosts: 1,281Registered
Anyone going on to ACCA after (fingers crossed) we pass in feb?
What units are you going to be sitting?

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  • Miss_HJMiss_HJ Feels At Home Posts: 91Registered
    I wont be untill the new financial year due to this years training budget!! - No new courses to be undertaken! but have been assured it will be put into the Budget for me to continue!!

    6 weeks till resuts, I've completed all the necessary docs on AAT to get MAAT status as soon as I (hopefully) pass DFS!!
  • messedup89messedup89 Experienced Mentor Posts: 1,281Registered
    im just waiting on DFS aswell.
    Im going to do F5 & F7 first (cant remember what they are tho!)
  • Miss_HJMiss_HJ Feels At Home Posts: 91Registered
    F7 is their equivalent of DFS, I was looking to do the ones similar to AAT units first, hopefully while there fresh in my mind!!

    Who are you studying with? Im still unsure
  • messedup89messedup89 Experienced Mentor Posts: 1,281Registered
    Thats why i thought it would be a good unit as it runs on from DFS.
    Im going to study with kaplan. Ive studied AAT with them so am doing ACCA with them aswell
  • Miss_HJMiss_HJ Feels At Home Posts: 91Registered
    yea i think its best to expand on AAT units ASAP then tackle the unknown ones!!

    I havent looked at Kaplan much, how have you found them? BPP seem more appealing atm and i have booked onto an open day in February with them, do Kaplan do the same to be able to view material etc?
  • SandyHoodSandyHood Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,034Registered, Moderator
    Miss HJ We have ACCA classes at Chichester College.
    I take the F5 Performance Management and F9 Financial Management
    Sandy
    [email protected]
    www.sandyhood.com
  • RichardKRichardK Well-Known Posts: 107Registered
    Hi,
    I am AAT qualified the most important thing to remember when you have passed your exams is EXPERIENCE. Do not waste your time or money going on to study ACCA or ACA as an experienced AAT account is much more useful than a newly qualified ACCA accountant.

    In other words use the time available to gain experience.

    I hope this helps.


    Regards
  • Miss_HJMiss_HJ Feels At Home Posts: 91Registered
    SandyHood wrote: »
    Miss HJ We have ACCA classes at Chichester College.
    I take the F5 Performance Management and F9 Financial Management

    Thanks Sandy, Do they cover all units at Chichester? and is it daytime or evenings?

    I will certainly look at this once funding is fully approved from work early April.

    Thanks for the information!
  • SandyHoodSandyHood Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,034Registered, Moderator
    Afternoon and evening
    The Feb to June provision starts on 11 February 2010

    17:30 F4 Corporate and Business Law

    My class tends to be on Thursday afternoons

    We only cover ACCA Fundamentals:
    # F4 Corporate and Business Law
    # F5 Performance Management
    # F6 Taxation
    # F7 Financial Reporting
    # F8 Audit and Assurance
    # F9 Financial Management
    Sandy
    [email protected]
    www.sandyhood.com
  • messedup89messedup89 Experienced Mentor Posts: 1,281Registered
    Miss_HJ wrote: »
    yea i think its best to expand on AAT units ASAP then tackle the unknown ones!!

    I havent looked at Kaplan much, how have you found them? BPP seem more appealing atm and i have booked onto an open day in February with them, do Kaplan do the same to be able to view material etc?

    Ive found Kaplan really helpful and have never had any problems with them. Im pretty sure kaplan have open days aswell
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