It is mandatory for members to hold an ACCA practising certificate in order to carry out work under ACCA's definition of public practice or to be partners or directors of a firm that undertakes public practice work. To obtain an ACCA practising certificate or a practising certificate and audit qualification, members must obtain a period of relevant experience. This experience must be recorded in the Practising Certificate Training Record (PCTR).
Did you know that most PCTRs are rejected upon their first review? If you are currently completing a PCTR or intending to complete one in the future, join Helen Simons, Licensing Compliance Manager, who will talk you through the Top 10 errors identified when completing the PCTR and advise how these can be avoided. As part of Helen’s role she is responsible for reviewing PCTRs and supporting members through this process.