The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has awarded Centenary Bank with ACCA Approved Employer Status for Professional Development during the Members Convention gala dinner at the Lake Victoria Serena Kigo.
The award recognizes the support provided to ACCA members working with the Bank for purposes of their continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Mr Fabian Kasi, page http://decisionpro.biz/media/widgetkit/widgets/accordion/accordion.php the Centenary Bank managing director, about it said, price “This status means Centenary Bank meets ACCA’s demanding criteria for professional development, including having the policies and processes in place that allow members to meet the minimum performance experience requirements for ACCA. It is a great honour and responsibility to continuously maintain highest quality of training and development of our staff.”
Having an ACCA Approved Employer Status comes with a number of benefits which include being able to use the ACCA Logo on the company’s corporate stationery and advertising.
ACCA members in the Bank will be able to use trainings provided by the Bank (including online training courses) to fulfill their Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
The status also provides formal recognition that the Bank is committed to providing learning and development opportunities to its staff with a financial background – which will enhance the bank’s reputation as an employer.
It provides an accessible global standard which will enable Centenary Bank to compare its learning and development support against a global benchmark, enhancing the bank’s brand and can help the bank attract and recruit talented people.
The ACCA Approved Employer programme recognises employers’ high standards of staff training, accountancy resources and development for their ACCA members and trainees. It enables employers to benchmark their training and development practices against ACCA’s best practice training standards and to receive global recognition for the training and development opportunities they provide.