In response to the Statutory Instruments issued by the Ministry of Health that were necessitated by COVID-19, ACCA Zambia reassured its stakeholders of a series of measures to support its members, students and partners. The Ministry instructed the closure of all learning institutions including all the ACCA Zambia Learning Partners.
ACCA Zambia Country Head, Janice Matwi said “We realise this situation has already been disruptive to many across the globe and wanted to share what ACCA is doing to support all that are directly affected. We’re all in this together”.
Mrs Matwi emphasised that ACCA in Zambia iscurrently operating within official guidelines as to support its members as well as other stakeholders, and as far as possible continues, business as usual.She highlighted that ACCA Zambia has numerous study resources available, plus many of its Approved Learning Partners are also offering online learning.
Students are also encouraged to progress towards their ACCA qualification by completing ourEthics and Professional Skills module (EPSM) under e-learning and takes around 20 hours to complete with a fully integrated assessment.
Mrs Matwi highlighted the measures ACCA Zambia is taking:
• Boosting online of CPD and webinars for members.
We encourage all our stakeholders to please follow all the precautions prescribed by the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health.
Source: ACCA Zambia