ACCA Performance Management


In this training, you will develop your accounting, decision-making, budgeting and planning skills. You will learn to assess risks accurately, control them and use this knowledge in your planning to achieve your targets. You will use quantitative and qualitative information to measure business performance. Furthermore, you will learn to manage risks that pose a threat to investments, supply chains, financial results, governance, risk & compliance (GRC) and the continuity of an organisation.

5-7 hours of preparation per meeting
2 months


The paper will be concluded with either a paper-based or a computer-based exam. The exam will be conducted by the external examination authority ACCA. See for more information on the planning and booking of your exam. Costs have to be paid directly to the examining body. Upon passing the exam, you will be awarded the certificate 'ACCA Performance Management' by ACCA.

Course details

On average, the training takes 2 months to complete. Your training consists of 2 phases with a gap of 1 or 2 months between those phases, allowing you to process phase 1 and prepare for phase 2:

Phase 1: A block of 3 consecutive days to cover the ACCA syllabus for this paper
- 1 October
- 2 October
- 3 October 

Phase 2: A block of 2 consecutive days. Phase 2 consists of a summary of phase 1, the remaining syllabus and mock exams to prepare you for your exam
- 12 November
- 13 November


Course fee: € 890,-
Study materials: € 100,-
Reproduction rights: € 15,-
The above amounts are based on a payment in one installment and include an 8% discount.
You can also pay for this training in 2 installments.



Learning Objectives

ACCA Performance Management (10 meetings)
The following topics will be covered:

  • Cost accounting techniques
  • Decision-making techniques
  • Efficient and effective use of scarce business resources
  • Risks and controlling those risks
  • Budgeting techniques
  • Planning and control
  • Standard costing systems to measure and control business performance and to identify remedial action
  • Identify and discuss performance management information and measurement systems and assess the performance of an organisation from both a financial and nonfinancial viewpoint, appreciating the problems of controlling divisionalised businesses and the importance of allowing for external aspects

Take advantage of our unique training feature
Your training will be recorded and can be watched online within our virtual learning environment. This enables you to revisit at subjects and optimally prepare for your exam.

Interested in taking this course?

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Monday - Thursday: 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Friday: 8.00 a.m. tot 5.00 p.m.