The ACCA course provides globally recognized accounting knowledge, skills and professional values essential for building successful jobs and careers. CCAF is a Learning Partner of ACCA for Student Tuition in Kenya with students drawn from Kenya Uganda Rwanda, Tanzania Sudan and
Burundi among other countries. Learning partner approval for Student Tuition guarantees
a quality learning experience and is recommended by ACCA-Kenya and that our students consistently meet exam results targets set by meeting or exceeding ACCA’s worldwide pass rates.
Please read on to find out the reasons why ACCA is your future in finance and accounting in ACCA-UK website.
Join ACCA and you are accessing an unrivaled global network of offices, learning providers, examination centres and employers.
- Students and members in 170 countries
- Office and centres in nearly 80 countries
- Partners worldwide
Every six minutes, somewhere in the world, someone registers as an ACCA student. So will you still stand out from the crowd?
Absolutely No. ACCA students and members are individuals in every sense, not bound by business-sector or country-border constraints.
ACCA has been around for over 100 years and in that time it has built a reputation of excellence in qualifications and training that is recognized around the world, especially by employers of accountants.
ASSOCIATION OF CHARTERED CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANTS (ACCA)
The ACCA qualification is designed to provide the accounting knowledge, skills and professional values which will deliver accounting professionals who are capable of building successful careers across all sectors, whether they are working in the public or private sectors, practicing in accounting firms, or pursuing a career in business.
In order to qualify as an ACCA member, you will complete: 14 exams (nine of which are eligible for exemption) Relevant practical experience, with a minimum of three years and pass Professional Ethics Module.
BENEFITS OF COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATION(CBE)
CCAF is not a training centre for CBE and ACCA but can facilitate CBE. CBE offers you the following benefits:
Flexibility as you can sit CBE at any time of year. And there is no restriction on the number of times you can re-sit the examinations by CBE.
Instant feedback - Your result is available at the end of the examination.
Results are uploaded by the licensed centre and will be transferred to your ACCA account within 72 hours.
New students, who registered too late for paper based examinations, are still eligible to sit CBE's anytime.
Upcountry students who may not be able to attend the full schedule of weekend and evening classes, may find it more convenient to attend revision classes, which are scheduled over short periods, entirely during February , May, August and November. Visit ACCA Website for more information on ww.accaglobal.com
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS OF KENYA (CPA)
CCAF provides tuition for all the three parts of the CPA Program.
The CPA courses provide a foundation for professional accountants to become Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, Certified Financial and Investment Analyst of Kenya, Chartered financial analysts
United States of America and pursue good jobs and careers in accounting.
The foundation of knowledge, basic skills and professional values allows those who transcend through it to keep learning and adapt to change through their professional career. Save for the initial years, to become a full member of institute of certified public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK), one ought to sit and pass the CPA examination of Kenya Accountants Secretaries National Examination Board (KASNEB).
CERTIFIED INVESTMENT AND FINANCIAL ANALYSTS (CIFA)
The CIFA examination is intended for those persons who wish to qualify and work as professional managers, financial analysts and consultants on investment and securities, pension funds, stock broking, investment and securities, pension funds, stock broking, investment banking and other specialized fields in finance.
The Certified Investment and Financial Analysts (CIFA) examination is held twice yearly in May and November. The examination is divided into three (3) parts of two (2) sections each where each section consists of three (3) subjects. A candidate may attempt one (1) section or two (2) consecutive sections in the examinations. Candidates are not allowed to enter for a higher section before completing a lower one.