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Award level: Level 7 equivalent of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ).

Course start date: 3rd September 2020. Applications deadline: 28th August 2020.

Course fee: 90% funded (for eligible applicants). Find out if you’re eligible – read more below.

 

Building on from Diploma in Accounting and Business or an equivalent qualification the professional Diploma is positioned at level 7 equivalent of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ). The Diploma is awarded by ACCA Ireland and Professional Accountancy Training (PAT).

It builds on existing foundation knowledge and understanding and develops strong broad and financial quality and skills required by financial personnel in intermediate employment positions.

Eligibility requirements:

Any student wishing to study the ACCA Ireland/PAT Diploma in Professional Accounting must have successfully passed or been exempt from the following ACCA subjects:

  • BT/FBT – Business and Technology;
  • MA/FMA – Management Accounting;
  • FA/FFA – Financial Accounting;
  • Professionalism module.

Are you eligible for a Springboard+ course?

The following are eligible to apply:

  • Returners (Formerly referred to as Homemakers)
    May apply to all courses if they meet the nationality/visa requirement and residency criteria.
  • People in employment
    May apply to all courses if they meet the nationality/visa requirement and residency criteria.
  • The unemployed or formerly self-employed
    May apply to all courses with the exception of the two year part-time ICT conversion courses. Unemployed applicants will also be required to meet additional DEASP related criteria. They must have been in receipt of a recognised DEASP payment for 9 of the previous 12 months if they wish to participate on one-year full-time ICT Skills Conversion courses.

Full eligibility requirements can be found here.

Apply for the ACCA Ireland/PAT Diploma in Professional Accounting on springboardcourses.ie.

Subjects covered are:


Corporate and Business Law (ACCA LW). Syllabus and study guide can be found here.


Aim

To develop knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business, recognising the need to seek further specialist legal advice where necessary.

The Corporate and Business Law module includes:

  1. Essential elements of the legal system:
  2. The law of obligations;
  3. Employment law;
  4. The formation and constitution of business organisations;
  5. Capital and the financing of companies;
  6. Management, administration and regulation of companies;
  7. Insolvency law;
  8. Corporate fraudulent and criminal behaviour.

Examination

The syllabus is assessed by a two-hour computer-based examination.

 


Performance Management (ACCA PM). Syllabus and study guide can be found here.


Aim

To develop knowledge and skills in the application of management accounting techniques to quantitative and qualitative information for planning, decision making, performance evaluation, and control.

Performance Management module includes:

  1. Specialist cost and management accounting techniques;
  2. Decision-making techniques;
  3. Budgeting and control;
  4. Performance measurement and control.

Examination

Prior to the start of the exam, candidates are given an extra 10 minutes to read the exam instructions. The syllabus is assessed by a three-hour computer-based examination.


Taxation (ACCA TX). Syllabus and study guide can be found here.


Aim

To develop knowledge and skills relating to the Irish tax system as applicable to individuals, single companies and groups of companies.

Taxation module includes the following:

  1. The Irish tax system and its administration;
  2. Income tax liabilities;
  3. Corporation tax liabilities;
  4. Chargeable gains;
  5. Local property tax (LPT);
  6. Social insurance and health contributions;
  7. Value added tax.

Examination

The syllabus is assessed by a three-hour 15 minutes paper-based examination.


Should you have any questions in regards to the above course, please contact us:

Rasita Kalvaityte

E: rasita@pat.edu.eu                            

T: 01 – 835 2963

M: 087 347 9809


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Springboard is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020