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What is an ACA fellow traveler?

What is an ACA fellow traveler?

Fellow Traveler – This is the traditional method of ACA sponsorship. A person who is willing to share experience, strength, and hope in helping the sponsee work his or her way through the Twelve Steps and to pick up the recovery tools for facing life on life’s terms.

How do I find an ACA sponsor?

To find an ACA sponsor, we go to ACA meetings and events and listen to members sharing. We look for someone who has worked the Twelve Steps of ACA, attends meetings regularly, and understands ACA principles. We may also look for someone who has achieved an observable level of serenity and emotional sobriety.

What do you know about the ACA qualification?

The ACA qualification is made up of four elements which provide students with a combination of finance knowledge, accountancy skills and real-world business experience. They are: 450 days of practical work experience – offering invaluable insights into the realities of a career in chartered accountancy.

What is a Sponsee?

Definition Of Sponsee A natural person who is sponsored by another individual or organization that vouches for him. A legal entity that receives financing from another organization, which in turn achieves awareness, visibility or other measurable commercial benefits.

What is the difference between sponsor and Sponsee?

Sponsors provide emotional and practical support, stay in close contact with sponsees, share personal experiences, and encourage sponsees to go to meetings. Sponsees can do their part by attending and volunteering for meetings and participating in sober activities.

Is ACA better or ACCA?

The ACA qualification enables successful candidates to use the title ‘ICAEW Chartered Accountant’. The course is generally seen as tougher than the ACCA and the earning potential is high: ICAEW states that globally, ICAEW Chartered Accountants earned £108,000 on average in 2018.

Which ACA exam is the hardest?

15 ACA Exams Difficulty Ranking

Rank Exam Mark
1 Advanced Level – Corporate Reporting (CR) 53
2 Professional Level – Tax Compliance (TC) 70
3 Professional Level – Business Planning: Taxation (BPT) 81
4 Professional Level – Financial Accounting and Reporting IFRS (FAR) 79