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Accounting Theory and Practice
Accounting Theory and Practice Subjects:
The framework of accounting
Accounting Theory and Practice (ATP) is the final learning are in the ICB’s Accounting Certification Programme. This learning area follows on from Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks.
ATP is a dissertation/mini-thesis where the prescribed material is the Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks material. The learner is required to do research and submit this research in the form of the mini-thesis.
Assessment and Award
You must apply to write a mini-thesis with the ICB. Upon successful completion of your mini-thesis, ICB will certify you with a Transcript of Results.
In order to write the dissertation for the ICB you will have to:
Apply to the ICB and register with them to write their mini-dissertation
College SA will help you every step of the way with this. Upon successful completion of your mini-dissertation, the ICB will certify you with a Statement of Competence showing the respective Unit Standards which you have completed and FASSET will award you with a Unit Standard Certificate for any Unit Standards that you successfully complete.
Your first assignment will be on Goal Setting, which will arrive with your Welcome Pack.
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If you would like to find out more about the Certified Financial Accountant: Accounting Theory and Practice, simply fill in the form below, and we will call you back shortly [office hours]. This form is the first of two forms, so please do take the time to fill in the second form too.