ACA Training with
Accountancy Learning has been making an impact on the lives of accounting students and their employers for many years and has a strong reputation for the high level of proactive support given and impartial advice provided. Some of us have been acting for our clients in one form or another since 1984.
We’ve been delivering AAT training since 1992 and in 2009 started to offer ACA training in order to meet the needs of those of our South West employers who wanted their AAT trainees to progress to ACA. As well as maintaining the personal support they had got used to, our programme avoided the need to travel long distances and staying away for courses, thus saving both time and cost.
The Accountancy Learning team includes a number of Chartered Accountants, active in the SW District Society, and we wanted to make the ACA qualification more accessible to those living and working in the South West. We have sponsored the District Society Award for the student achieving top marks in each sitting of the Advanced Level Case Study for umpteen years.
As part of our overall training provision in the South West, we have always offered advice and guidance to our employer clients on all aspects of qualification training, whether we provide the training or not. We are therefore able to add value to the ACA training we provide and help our trainees relate their studies to the work they undertake in the office.
These pages set out a summary of the ACA qualification and our ACA training / apprenticeship programme. However, there is a lot involved and it would be great to have the chance to discuss your specific requirements in more detail. Do let us know if you would like a call.
Overview of the ACA qualification
The ACA Exam Structure
What do we offer?
Taught and Revision Sessions in Exeter or Plymouth
Experienced Tutors Teaching Professional and Advanced levels
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Embarking on ACA training is a big investment decision. With 95% Apprenticeship funding, the investment is now more about the time involved rather than the direct cost.
(The government has recently indicated that they might increase this funding to 100% in order to help stimulate the economy)