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ACCA F5 | PM Pre-recorded course

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ACCA F5 | PM Pre-recorded course

8 Lessons
Intermediate
What you'll learn
In the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) F5 paper, also known as Performance Management, students will learn about various aspects related to planning, decision-making, and performance evaluation within organizations. The syllabus typically covers the following key areas:
Costing Techniques: Students will learn about different costing methods such as absorption costing, marginal costing, and activity-based costing. Understanding these techniques is crucial for analyzing costs and making informed decisions.
Budgeting: This involves preparing, analyzing, and interpreting budgets. Topics may include budgetary control systems, variance analysis, and the use of budgets for performance evaluation and decision-making.
Performance Measurement and Control: Students will learn about performance measurement frameworks and techniques for evaluating organizational performance. This may include the use of key performance indicators (KPIs), balanced scorecards, and other performance management tools.
Performance Evaluation and Management Accounting Systems: This section covers the design and implementation of management accounting systems to support performance evaluation and decision-making. Topics may include responsibility accounting, transfer pricing, and performance appraisal techniques.
Strategic Planning and Control: Students will explore how management accounting concepts can be applied to support strategic planning and control within organizations. This may involve analyzing strategic options, assessing risk, and aligning performance measures with strategic objectives.
Risk Management and Uncertainty: This area focuses on identifying and managing risks within an organization. Students will learn about techniques for assessing risk, such as sensitivity analysis and scenario planning, and how these can be integrated into decision-making processes.
Decision-making Techniques: This involves understanding various quantitative and qualitative techniques for decision-making, such as linear programming, decision trees, and relevant costing.
Overall, ACCA F5 provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to analyze financial and non-financial information, make effective decisions, and support performance improvement within organizations.
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