Foundations in Accountancy - Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)

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The FIA is a new suite of awards from the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA).

The FIA awards include Introductory & Intermediate Certificates, a Diploma and a revised Certificated Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification. These awards begin at GCSE level and progress up to the equivalents of the first year of a bachelor's degree. In comparison, the ACCA qualification begins at first year degree level and progresses to Masters’ degree level.

Students can start at any point under the FIA pathway, so you could choose to start at either a Certificate or the Diploma. In order to be awarded the CAT qualification, you must complete 9 papers i.e. the Introductory…

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Course Overview

The FIA is a new suite of awards from the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA).

The FIA awards include Introductory & Intermediate Certificates, a Diploma and a revised Certificated Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification. These awards begin at GCSE level and progress up to the equivalents of the first year of a bachelor's degree. In comparison, the ACCA qualification begins at first year degree level and progresses to Masters’ degree level.

Students can start at any point under the FIA pathway, so you could choose to start at either a Certificate or the Diploma. In order to be awarded the CAT qualification, you must complete 9 papers i.e. the Introductory Certificate, the Intermediate Certificate, the Diploma and two optional CAT papers. All students must complete the online module 'Foundations in Professionalism'.

Paper based exams take place in June and December each year, and computer based exams can be taken at any time. Computer based exams will be available for all papers except the CAT options.

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