The Professional Diploma in Accounting course is suitable for those at a more advanced stage in their career and who want a qualification to give them confidence and proof that they have the skills to do the job.
This qualification gives students exemptions from the first three ACCA papers.
This unit teaches students management accounting principles and concepts. Students will understand the nature and importance of different concepts such as cost behaviour, cost analysis, standard costing and contribution theory. They will know when each technique should be used to aid the planning and decision making of an organisation and the subsequent analysis for control purposes.
The Decision and Control unit is one of the four mandatory units within the AAT Professional DIploma course.
This unit covers: