PwC’s Academy in Latvia has gained the ACCA’s prestigious Gold level as an Approved Learning Partner - student tuition.
Approval is given to tuition providers who demonstrate that they meet the challenging performance targets set by ACCA. There are two levels - Gold and Platinum – which are granted only to high-quality tuition providers that ACCA is confident to recommend to students.
Gold approval is the first level of the programme and requires tuition providers to meet a range of challenging performance targets covering the institution's overall management and more specifically its ACCA course management and delivery.
Gold approval is given to tuition providers who are teaching any ACCA qualification – ACCA, FIA (Foundations in Accountancy) and DipIFR (Diploma in International Financial Reporting) – either through face-to-face tuition or by distance learning.
Nataliya Vovchuk, Head of ACCA Ukraine, Baltic and Caucasus States, said: “In an increasingly global financial environment, ACCA ensures its standards are rigorously maintained by a formal monitoring process. PwC Academy met our strict criteria for this Gold training status.”
Ilandra Lejina, PwC partner, said: “As an organisation which aims to deliver quality learning and training, we are proud to meet ACCA’s highest standards. High calibre learning delivery is part of our offering and we work with ACCA to train and develop the complete finance professional that is needed by business and the public sector.”
PwC's Academy offers a full ACCA qualification program for the Latvian market since 2012.