The ICAEW IPSAS Certificate strengthens your understanding of current developments in public sector accounting and explains key accounting and operational implications of IPSAS adoption.
|Entry requirements||There are no entry requirements for this programme.|
|Whom is it for?||
All who are expected to use, prepare or interpret IPSAS financial statements.
|What does it cover?||
The Certificate includes 8 learning modules guiding your understanding of current developments in public sector accounting and explains key accounting and operational implications of IPSAS adoption.
|Study time||30-40 hours on average, over 12 months.|
|Format||Online self-study programme.
|How does it work?||
On registration you will be given a link to the Certificate’s homepage. Here you will find links to the 8 modules, your consolidated revision notes, IPSAS action plans and the online assessment. Each module has its own ‘homepage’ with core learning materials, learning activities, practical applications and revision preparation for the final multiple choice assessment.
|How to apply|
The ICAEW IPSAS Certificate has been developed in partnership with PwC’s leading international experts on public sector accounting. It provides public sector accountants with a highly valuable and content rich e-learning certified programme for all stages of the implementation process and beyond. It follows a hands-on-approach, from principles to practice, with concise technical guidance, practical examples and tips, practice questions, planning and revision aids.