This programme is the first level of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Qualification. The syllabus is divided into three levels; Applied Knowledge, Applied Skills and Strategic Professional. This Applied Knowledge level addresses the key areas of financial and management accounting.
This study option includes:
ACCA - FBT Business and Technology
ACCA - Financial Accounting - International
ACCA - Management AccountingLog in or create an account to see course fees
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This Qualification is the first level of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Qualification. The syllabus is divided into three levels; Applied Knowledge, Applied Skills and Strategic Professional. This Applied Knowledge level addresses the key areas of financial and management accounting.
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This programme is governed by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
ACCA Applied Knowledge Level Certificate of Completion
A junior accounts or cost clerk/junior bookkeeper role in an small or medium-sized enterprise. A range of junior or cost accounting administration roles within an accounting department of a larger organisation or financial shared service centre.
Grade 12 with a good understanding of English and Mathematics.
Up to 12 months, depending on student commitment
ACCA F1 - FBT Business and Technology
ACCA F2 - Management Accounting
ACCA F3 - Financial Accounting - International
- Introduction Video
- Exam Info
- Q & A Platform
- Concept Videos
- Exam Timetable
- Study Schedule
- Multiple Mock Exams & Solutions
- LIVE Webinars via Zoom
- Recording of the LIVE Webinars
- Exam Walkthrough (Pre-recorded)
Most courses can be sat via a Computer Based Exam (CBE) in a testing centre near you or if you prefer to do a paper-based exam. Both Exams are written in June and December.
You will need to complete the Applied Knowledge level before moving onto the Applied Skills level. Maximum of four exams can be taken per exam sitting. You will need to obtain 50% in each exam in order to pass.
Remember completing a programme or course with us does not automatically enter you into the exams, you will need to register directly with ACCA for that.
*As ACCA is a professional accountancy body, it is important for them to ensure all students are aware of how to work and act in a professional and ethical manner. Because of this all students will need to complete Foundations in Professionalism. This can be done online and completed either before or after your exams.
You are now eligible to further your studies with SACOB and ACCA and can enroll in the ACCA Strategic Professional Level