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ACCA Practising Certificate

12th Feb 2020
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Dear everyone. I have a question regarding my PC. 

I passed ACCA exams in 2010 and qualified with 3 years experience in 2013. In 2015 I became a member. In 2017 I became FCCA. After that I started working in industry and also as a free lancer. 

Now I wanted to apply for a practising certificate. The question is " would I need my post qualification experience signed off by an ACCA approved employer or it could be anyone qualified by experience eg someone who is not a chartered accountant? 

As upto my FCCA certification, all my work was in a standard (non ACCA firm) but doing everything an ACCA firm does with exception to Audit.

 

Please help me this one. I really need to get a PC from ACCA

 

Regards 

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By Rammstein1
13th Feb 2020 11:44

Why don't you post in Any Answers?

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By Ahmadz
13th Feb 2020 12:50

I am waiting for anyone to say something. Any help would be appreciated

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By Rammstein1
13th Feb 2020 16:30

Look at my reply above and post your question in the right place.

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By Ahmadz
15th Mar 2020 03:55

Sorry I didn't get you? Did I post in the wrong place?

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By Ahmadz
13th Feb 2020 17:34

Hi there. Anyone wants to add an advice? Anything would be helpful

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By talha0030
15th May 2020 20:36

Hi Ahmed

I am in the same situation as yours, I have worked in the industry mostly, did you find any information whether we can use the industry experience to get the PC?

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By 7oaks
20th Aug 2020 22:33

hello, I am in the same situation. I was advised by ACCA that you can use experience gained in industry. You just need qualified accountant to sign off your work experience. So hopefully your boss is a qualified accountant, otherwise the auditor....

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