What is the ACCA Advanced Diploma (F4-F9) course?

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Reach the next step as a professional accountant with the ACCA Advanced Diploma course

If you have experience working in finance and have completed your AAT qualification or ACCA Level 4 Diploma, the ACCA Advanced Diploma course is the next step to becoming a Chartered Certified Accountant through the ACCA pathway. Choosing an ACCA online course with AVADO will allow you to learn flexibly around your job and other commitments.

This ACCA accountancy training course covers F4 through to F9 papers and will give you a broad understanding of various aspects of accounting and business practices, with a strong focus on professional values and ethics, financial statements, auditing and what it takes to be a Finance Manager.

On completion of the ACCA Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business, you will be ready to progress to the next and final part of the ACCA Qualification, the Professional level (P1-P7). After completing the full ACCA qualification and gaining sufficient experience, you will be a Certified Chartered Accountant, making you highly sought after by professional firms.

Plus, book your ACCA Qualification and spread the cost over 12 monthly payments, interest-free. 18 and 24 month interest-free terms are also available on some qualifications. Representative example for ACCA Level 4 Diploma in Accounting and Business (Knowledge, F1-3): Loan £1,058.00 over 12 months with 12 monthly payments of £88.17. The total amount repayable will be £1,175.04 which includes a deposit of £117.00. Click here for more representative examples and for full terms and conditions.

 

*All AVADO ACCA students are automatically entitled to a free sitting of any paper that they have failed the previous sitting. Students must have attempted all ‘weekly assessments’ and ‘course assessments’ within one week from the date stated on their study programme, and must have achieved at least 40% on all mock exams.

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