Sale Foundation in Accounting and Intermediate in Accounting




Upon successful completion of this course, students will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement. This should help validate their learning experience and skill, and can be used as a resume builder.



Whether you are a school leaver or a university graduate seeking to start a career in accountancy, gaining the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)’s Foundations in Accountancy (FIA) suite of qualifications will arm you with the highest level of competencies that will let you take on a variety of accounting roles in various business settings. Not only that, it also opens up excellent opportunities for career development.


FA 1

Gain solid grounding on business transactions, banking system, double entry book keeping, payroll and ledger accounts, and reconciliation and preparation of trial balance.

MA 1

Understand the key aspects of management accounting, including the nature and purpose of cost and management accounting, cost classifications and cost recording. You also learn how to effectively use spreadsheets.


FA 2

Get up to speed on accepted accounting principles and concepts, bookkeeping process, preparing trial balance, journals and ledger accounts and reconciliation of control accounts and cashbooks. You also become versed in critical aspects of partnership accounts.

MA 2

Learn about the role of costing in organisations. Learn how to describe, classify and record costs, and how to apply a variety of cost accounting techniques in different aspects of business. Also get a good grasp of the usage of management accounting in order to make sound decisions and use spreadsheets more effectively.

Course Format

This course is divided into several modules and is delivered online through our interactive learning management system. Students are given access to the learning portal where they can access the course 24/7. This gives them complete control over the pace of their learning while also enabling them to study from home, in their offices or from a laptop while traveling.

Course Duration:

Normative or minimum period of study to complete this is 120 hours. Take note that this is only an estimate. The duration of completing the course still depends on the learner’s pace and ability to absorb information. Additionally, as the course is delivered online, learners have the options to divide and study the course in multiple session or go through it one go.

Learners will be given full access to this course for 12 months from the date of enrolment. During this period, learners are given the flexibility to complete the course at anytime.

The Course Units:

  • Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
    • FA1 Recording Financial Transactions
      • Types of business transaction
      • Duality of transactions and the double entry system
      • Bank system and transactions, reconciliation , and trial balance
      • Payroll, ledger accounts, cash and bank
      • Sales, purchases, and credit transactions
    • MA1 Management Information
      • Nature and purpose of cost and management accounting system
      • Source documents and coding
      • Cost classification, cost accounting, and measurement
      • Spreadsheet system, and providing management information
    • Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
      • FA2 Maintaining Financial Records
        • Generally accepted accounting principles and concepts
        • Process of basic bookkeeping and recording transactions and events
        • Preparation of journals, ledger accounts, and trial balance
      • MA2 Managing Costs and Finance
        • Management information, cost recording and costing techniques
        • Decision-making, cash management, and the spreadsheet system

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Foundation in Accounting and Intermediate in Accounting

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