PROFESSIONAL LEVEL ESSENTIALS

The Professional level is divided into two modules: Essentials and Options.

All students have to pass the three papers in the Essentials module. The Options module contains four papers, but you only need to complete two. This module allows you to specialise according to your chosen career path.

EXAM FORMAT OF EACH PAPER

Mode: Paper based exam

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes

The pass mark for all ACCA Qualification examination papers is 50%.

All Professional level papers contain two sections. Section A is compulsory, but there will be some choice offered in Section B.

 

 

P1 Governance, Risk & Ethics

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Essentials Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F1 and F8.

Related Papers:

 

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Define governance and explain its function in the effective management and control of organisations and of the resources for which they are accountable
  2. Evaluate the Professional Accountant’s
    role in internal control, review and compliance
  3. Explain the role of the accountant in identifying and assessing risk
  4. Explain and evaluate the role of the accountant in controlling and mitigating risk
  5. Demonstrate the application of professional values and judgement through an ethical framework that is in the best interests of society and the profession, in compliance with relevant professional codes, laws and regulations.

Syllabus Summary

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Governance and responsibility

  1. The scope of governance
  2. Agency relationships and theories
  3. The board of directors
  4. Board committees
  5. Directors’ remuneration
  6. Different approaches to corporate governance
  7. Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility
  8. Governance: reporting and disclosure
  9. Public sector governance

Internal control and review

  1. Management control systems in corporate governance
  2. Internal control, audit and compliance in corporate governance
  3. Internal control and reporting
  4. Management information in audit and internal control

Identifying and assessing risk

  1. Risk and the risk management process
  2. Categories of risk
  3. Identification, assessment and measurement of risk

Controlling risk

  1. Targeting and monitoring risk
  2. Methods of controlling and reducing risk
  3. Risk avoidance, retention and modelling

Professional values, ethics and social responsibility

  1. Ethical theories
  2. Different approaches to ethics and social responsibility
  3. Professions and the public interest
  4. Professional practice and codes of ethics
  5. Conflicts of interest and the consequences of unethical behaviour
  6. Ethical characteristics of professionalism
  7. Social and environmental issues in the conduct of business and of ethical behaviour

 

 

P2 Corporate Reporting

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Essentials Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F3 and F7.

Related Papers:

It prepares candidates for areas covered in P7.

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Discuss the professional and ethical duties of the accountant
  2. Evaluate the financial reporting framework
  3. Advise on and report the financial performance of entities
  4. Prepare the financial statements of groups of entities in accordance with relevant accounting standards
  5. Explain reporting issues relating to specialised entities
  6. Discuss the implications of changes in accounting regulation on financial reporting
  7. Appraise the financial performance and position of entities
  8. Evaluate current developments

Syllabus Summary

The professional and ethical duty of the accountant

  1. Professional behaviour and compliance with accounting standards
  2. Ethical requirements of corporate reporting and the consequences of unethical behaviour
  3. Social responsibility

The financial reporting framework

  1. The applications, strengths and weaknesses of an accounting framework
  2. Critical evaluation of principles and practices

Reporting the financial performance of entities

  1. Performance reporting
  2. Non-current assets
  3. Financial instruments
  4. Leases
  5. Segment reporting
  6. Employee benefits
  7. Income taxes
  8. Provisions, contingencies and events after the reporting date
  9. Related parties
  10. Share-based payment
  11. Reporting requirements of small and medium- sized entities (SMEs)

Financial statements of groups of entities

  1. Group accounting including statements of cash flows
  2. Continuing and discontinued interests
  3. Changes in group structures
  4. Foreign transactions and entities

Specialised entities and specialised transactions

  1. Financial reporting in specialised, not-for-profit and public sector entities
  2. Entity reconstructions

Implications of changes in accounting regulation on financial reporting

  1. The effect of changes in accounting standards on accounting systems
  2. Proposed changes to accounting standards

The appraisal of financial performance and position of entities

  1. The creation of suitable accounting policies
  2. Analysis and interpretation of financial information and measurement of performance

Current developments

  1. Environmental and social reporting
  2. Convergence between national and international reporting standards
  3. Current reporting issues

 

 

P3 Business Analysis

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Essentials Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F1,F5 and F7.

Related Papers:

It prepares candidates for areas covered in P5.

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Assess the strategic position of an organisation
  2. Evaluate the strategic choices available to an organisation
  3. Discuss how an organisation might go about its strategic implementation
  4. Evaluate and redesign business processes and structures to implement and support the organisation’s strategy taking account of customer and other major stakeholder requirements
  5. Integrate appropriate information technology solutions to support the organisation’s strategy
  6. Advise on the principles of project management to enable the implementation of aspects of the organisation’s strategy with the twin objectives of managing risk and ensuring benefits realisation
  7. Analyse and evaluate the effectiveness of a company’s strategy and the financial consequences of implementing strategic decisions
  8. Assess the role of leadership and people management in formulating and implementing business strategy.

Syllabus Summary

Strategic position

  1. The need for, and purpose of, strategic and business analysis
  2. Environmental issues affecting the strategic position of, and future outlook for, an organisation
  3. Competitive forces affecting an organisation
  4. Marketing and the value of goods and services
  5. The internal resources, capabilities and competences of an organisation
  6. The expectations of stakeholders and the influence of ethics and culture

Strategic choices

  1. The influence of corporate strategy on an organisation
  2. Alternative approaches to achieving competitive advantage
  3. Alternative directions and methods of development

Strategic action

  1. Organising and enabling success
  2. Managing strategic change
  3. Understanding strategy development

Business and process change

  1. Business change
  2. The role of process and process change initiatives
  3. Improving the processes of the organisation
  4. Software solutions

Information technology

  1. Principles of information technology
  2. Principles of e-business
  3. E-business application: upstream supply chain management
  4. E-business application: downstream supply chain management
  5. E-business application: customer relationship management

Project management

  1. The nature of projects
  2. Building a business case
  3. Managing and leading projects
  4. Planning, monitoring and controlling projects
  5. Concluding a project

Financial Analysis

  1. The link between strategy and finance
  2. Finance decisions to formulate and support business strategy
  3. The role of cost and management accounting in strategic planning and implementation
  4. Financial implications of making strategic choices and of implementing strategic actions

 

 

 

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