ACCA teams up with TCD to bridge skills gap

18th March, 2018
From left: Michael Flynn, director of Trinity College Executive Education and MBA; Amanda Shantz, associate professor of human resource management, Trinity College; John Gaynor, chair of ACCA Ireland; and Etain Doyle, chair of ACCA Tech Group

Trinity College Dublin will offer executive programmes to members of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) under a new agreement with Trinity Business School.

Designed to support senior executives in financial and accountancy roles, the partnership will give ACCA members access to professional development courses, covering topics including business analytics, big data, strategy, innovation and emerging technologies.

The relationship follows global research commissioned by ACCA into the key drivers of change and demands within...

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