Tuesday, December 8, 2015

JPro March 2016 Intake


OPEN DAY 19 & 20 Dec 2015
10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Discuss your ACCA plan
OBU Briefing 
Start your ACCA / CAT course
Advice on how to become an accountant 



It is time for that period of time when you have to decide what to do with your next 3 to 6 months of ACCA Life.

At JPro, we are the only provider in Selangor to cater for March 2016 ACCA Exams.

We are also the only provider that has used BPP Approved Teaching materials for our classes

The materials for BPP Approved Teaching includes the following

Approved ACCA BPP Text book
Approved ACCA BPP Revision kit
Approved ACCA Teaching notes (which includes revision, class and passcards, progress test and mocks)

Why are we different?

We have developed blended learning to a new level with the use of the following technology.



We establish a forum for students to ask questions and get updates on the class

The videos help the students who have missed classes to catch up - we record the classes and keep it for the students that have missed the class.

The class notes will be co-ordinated with Evernote to ensure that all students have simple and easy access, to discuss issues with the lecturer when needed


We have used the most best materials in the market

Approach
We have also condensed the learning to only focus on the core elements that is examinable and knowledge you need for the exam.  Pass rates are always above world level.

So we are the only provider in Malaysia to be able to match BPP in terms of their timetable. 

Lecturer

Lecturer : Mr. Jay FCCA, MSc (Accounting and Finance) 

Is the only subject specialist that has exposure to ACCA Professional level papers P1, P2, P3, P4, P5 and P7 - having lectured this subject for the past 20 years in platinum and gold ACCA Approved Colleges in PJ, JB, Kuching, Melaka, Damansara.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mr Jay, is there still room for registration for P5 for March Exam? Tried calling but no answer. Do let me know!
    -naz (I've taken your class before)

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