12/10/2020

Categories: Accountancy, Postgraduate

Why Become a Chartered Accountant with Advanced Diploma Retraining?

While an advanced diploma isn’t a mandatory requirement for practicing accountants, an AdvDip(CPD) qualification is a fantastic next step for your career, and many accountants choose this route when they want to develop their skills.

So why become a chartered accountant? There are many benefits to getting certified. Here are just a handful of reasons to consider retraining:

1. Boost your employability

Working towards your Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) certification is a great way to enhance your CV and boost your appeal to potential employers. Our AdvDip(CPD) ACCA Strategic Professional Level course will make you ACCA exam qualified, allowing you to apply for membership.

2. Improve your earning power

The average salary of a chartered accountant in the UK is £84,500, with an average yearly bonus of £17,300.

 

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