The Association of International Certified Digital Accountants (AICDA) is the first unique accounting body who recognised undoubtedly the importance and requirement of having the best knowledge of digital and technology along with all the theoretical qualification for any accounting job roles.
The Association of International Certified Digital Accountants AICDA is an Accounting body which fully support all the main job roles such as Bookkeepers, Payroll Administrator, Credit Controller, Accounts Assistant, Junior Accountant, Accountants, Financial Controller and Auditors in Accountancy and Finance sectors.
Our combination of hands on practical training in all well-known accounting softwares along with qualification makes us distinct from all the other accounting bodies around the globe. After having more than 2000 surveys from employers, recruitment agencies, accountancy practices and students who are pursuing their professional accounting career or have already qualified with globally recognised awarding and accounting bodies such as ACCA,CIMA, AAT, IFA, AICPA, Graduates and post graduates.
AICDA has collected strong evidences to support the argument and have developed a new type of qualification which make a candidate job ready for their chosen accounting job roles on the day they complete their qualification and training. AICDA qualifications not only helps to gain knowledge and right skills set for desired job role but also build a huge confidence of our students and on the other hand helps recruiters to find skilled employee without any concern.
AICDA believe their qualification is at the heart of a major reform of the vocational qualifications system, which will become simpler to understand at any level of accounting job roles and to use practically, more accessible to a wider range of students, employee and more relevant to employers’ needs.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CHOOSING AICDA UNITS AND QUALIFICATIONS?
All AICDA units and qualifications have the support of a professional, experienced and qualified accountants.