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ACCA Full Qualification (F1-P7)



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What will I learn?

This course is for accounting staff who wish to gain full Chartered Certified Accountant status.

What is the ACCA Full Qualification course?

Boost your professional accounting career and become a Chartered Certified Accountant

If you are working in finance and want to progress to become a Chartered Certified Accountant, our full ACCA Qualification course, covering ACCA AB to AAA (F1 to P7) will take you from beginner to fully qualified ACCA professional. Choosing an ACCA online course with AVADO will allow you to learn flexibly around your job and other commitments.

The AB-AAA (F1 - P7) papers will give you a broad understanding of all aspects of accounting and business practices. On completion of the ACCA Qualification, you will have developed skills relevant to any business, giving you the freedom to choose the type of role and organisation you prefer to work in. 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.

Syllabus for the ACCA Full Qualification course

The ACCA Qualification consists of the following papers:

AB: Accountant in Business (F1)
MA: Management Accounting (F2)
FA: Financial Accounting (F3)
LW: Corporate & Business Law (ENG) (F4)
PM: Performance Management (F5)
TX: Taxation (UK) (F6)
FR: Financial Reporting (F7)
AA: Audit and Assurance (F8)
FM: Financial Management (F9)
SBR: Strategic Business Reporting (P2)
SBL: Strategic Business Leader (P3)
AFM: Advanced Financial Management (P4)
APM: Advanced Performance Management (P5)
ATX: Advanced Taxation (UK) (P6)
AAA: Advanced Audit and Assurance (INT) (P7)

The course covers the fundamentals of accounting systems and the financial processes used within businesses, as well as detailing the professional and ethical skills needed within an accountancy practice. See below for a summary of the learning outcomes of each paper.

Career path for the ACCA Full Qualification

After working through the AB-AAA papers and documenting the relevant practical experience, you will gain the ACCA Qualification and become a Chartered Certified Accountant.

Typical duration: 36-40 months.

What do I need to know?

The ACCA Full Qualification has the following entry requirements: A minimum of three GCSEs and two A Levels in five individual subjects including English and Maths. All AVADO students are also required to have: You must be over the age of 18 or have a third-party payee for any financial agreement A solid grasp of the English language (IELTS 5.5 or equivalent if English is not your first language) Access to a computer or other internet enabled device and a reliable Internet connection, plus basic computer skills You must be able to attend all exams at an ACCA Approved centre. Students outside the UK will incur an additional cost for international postage of textbooks.

Awarding Body

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

Course info


Professional or Industry specific qualification

Study Hours

Variable - to suit the learner

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Total time for completion

40 months

Who runs this course?




AVADO  is the largest training provider for professional qualifications in the UK with an active community of over 20,000 students studying to secure their next promotion, a higher salary or to take their career in a new direction. AVADO offers a range of flexible professional courses in Accounting , Bookkeeping & Payroll , Marketing ,  Human Resources  and Learning & Development .  All courses are accredited by the leading industry awarding bodies, including; the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Here are just some of the reasons why our students choose AVADO:

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