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LSBF launches ‘Accounting Masterclass' for ACCA students

London School of business and Finance (LSBF) has launched an online course, Accounting Masterclass, to help support Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) students during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Accounting Masterclass is a series of short webinars hosted by LSBF’s ACCA tutors, covering each ACCA paper once a week. The schedule will run throughout May from Monday to Friday with 2–3 30 minute sessions every day.

In response to the current situation LSBF has switched all classroom teaching to online provision. LSBF director of professional courses Rob Sowerby said: “At LSBF we have a long and established online provision to fall back on, which allowed us to quickly adapt and transition with no issues.

“With this initiative we use our knowledge and experience to benefit those students who have invested their future in accountancy qualifications. The Accounting Masterclass series is designed to give all ACCA students additional learning resources and academic support, and to make sure they can keep learning during these uncertain times.”

 The sessions will be accessible for free through Zoom and are open to LSBF’s ACCA students as well as the general public looking to expand their knowledge during lock-down.

The full calendar of the Accounting Masterclass series is available on LSBF’s website.

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