A NEW Certificate in Business Valuations course has been launched by ACCA in partnership with CSOEC (Conseil Superiéur Ordre Des Experts-Comptables).
The course is globally accessible, and available in both English and French for professionals interested in applying the principles of valuing businesses to any type of business, of any size.
The course is available online, making it easy for professionals to develop this skillset at a time that suits them flexibly and efficiently. Taught through interactive real-life scenarios, the course uncovers how to successfully apply business valuation techniques in a practical context.
Taking around 20 hours to complete, it provides tools and checklists to help guide valuations and provide expert professional feedback on valuations for clients.
Dr Mary Bishop, director of learning at ACCA said “Business valuation is a growth area for finance professionals and especially for accountancy practitioners. This course is designed to benefit all business and finance professionals working, or planning to work, in business valuations and is great for enhancing knowledge of business valuations in a flexible, efficient and cost-effective way.”
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