Expertise and skills your business needs
ACCA produce work-ready strategic finance professionals who have the technical and financial ability, along with the necessary professional skills to excel in any sector, anywhere in the world. This is why 92% of employers say ACCA people have the skills needed to drive their businesses forward.
Whether you are interested in putting your staff through the ACCA Qualification or you are thinking about employing an ACCA student or member, our career navigator can help you understand our qualification and what our people can provide your business.
The career navigator outlines exactly how the skills, knowledge, attributes and experience gained through completion of the ACCA Qualification are required to perform successfully in range of different professional job roles.
We know that the 10 competencies developed by the ACCA Qualification are essential by professional accountants today, as they are defined and underpinned by the seven quotients for success within our Professional accountants – the future insights. It’s these quotients and competencies that ensure ACCA members can unlock their potential and drive their organisations, economies and society forward.
Whether accessing by personal computer, your phone or tablet here are some of the reasons how our career navigator can help you...
Supporting your recruitment and development of staff
By matching the competencies gained through the ACCA Qualification to a number of specific job roles you will see exactly what roles ACCA members can benefit your organisation and how we can develop your staff with the right skills. The competencies can help you create a benchmark to evaluate your resources and whether there are any gaps in your current HR and finance capabilities.
Managing the performance of existing staff
The capabilities clearly outline the current requirements in different areas of the day to day job of professional roles. This can be used to help you manage the performance of existing staff and set individual employee goals which can be achieved as they move forward in their ACCA Qualification.