ACCA - The global body for professional accountants

Experience is one of the three main components of the ACCA qualification. The other two components are exams and ethics. ACCA members must demonstrate their competence in ten broad competency areas, appropriate for the Complete Finance Professional. To demonstrate their competence, students must complete nine performance objectives which must be verified by an IFAC qualified practical experience supervisor. All five Essentials performance objectives must all be completed plus a further four Technical performance objectives from a choice of 15.

The demonstration of the achievement of these objectives are recorded using an online tool called MyExperience.

PO2 Stakeholder relationship management

You manage stakeholder expectations and needs, developing and maintaining productive business relationships. You listen to and engage stakeholders effectively and communicate the right information to them when they need it.

PO5 Leadership and managment

You manage yourself and your resources effectively and responsibly. You contribute to the leadership and management of your organisation – delivering what’s needed by stakeholders and the business.

PO10 Manage and control working capital

You manage cash and working capital effectively, planning for any shortfall or surplus including receivables, payables and inventories.