Join us for an exclusive information session
ACCA Qualification – the future
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in collaboration with The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago invites you to our breakfast seminar on the future of professional accountancy.
As the world's leading body for professional accountants, we're continuing to make significant developments to our Qualification. This event will demonstrate how we have evolved the qualification to be fit for the future
The key focus areas to be covered will be:
- Qualification journey impact - Find out how the changes will affect the students journey through the ACCA Qualification
- Session CBE’s - Find out more on F5-F9 CBE Launch in Trinidad
- Introducing Strategic Professional - The Professional level becomes Strategic Professional, September 2018
- Ethics and Professional Skills module - Learn about the new Ethics and
Professional Skills module, coming October 2017
- Generation Next- implications of millennials in the workplace
This event will benefit :
- Finance professionals within the industry
- HR representatives
- Prospective and current students and members of ACCA
Cara Suites Hotel & Conference Centre
Southern Main Road,
Claxton Bay, Trinidad
Thursday 16 March 2017
Registration begins at 8.15am
Session begings at 9:00am and ends at 11.30am
There is no cost to attend this event.
Please note however, that you must register in advance with the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago or call us at 6-ENERGY ext 21 to confirm that you are registered
About the Key Presenter
ACCA Regional Head of Education – Europe & The Americas
John Cunningham leads the Education function at ACCA for the Europe & Americas region, responsible for student progress and achievement, the quality of learning providers, and ensuring that the ACCA’s qualifications remain relevant across this vast region.
John has a long career in education and qualification management having previously held a variety of roles at the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, the Institute of Hospitality and most recently leading the qualifications function at the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD), Europe’s largest body for the HR and L&D sector.
At CIPD John drove an ambitious international education expansion plan into the Middle East and SE Asia and as the AAT’s representative for Southern Africa has a great deal of experience in international qualifications. At AAT he pioneered the development of their first e-assessment, and at CIPD and now ACCA he has been forming and driving an Apprenticeship strategy to develop employer driven routes to learning which combine qualifications with great on-the-job training.