LSBF’s new video lecture series to benefit thousands of ACCA students
Expanding the provision of the very best ACCA preparation support, London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) has produced a new series of more than 100 video lectures “10 Steps to Pass ACCA”. The videos are the latest addition to the wide range of multimedia content the school has already made available to students around the world through the “LSBF Prep Centre for ACCA” Facebook app.
The videos, which give students a ten-step guide to solving ACCA exam questions, were produced by LSBF and feature the school’s award-winning lecturers* sharing insights and techniques necessary to pass the ACCA exams. The videos will be released on LSBF’s ACCA YouTube and Facebook channels as part of the school’s aim to continuously develop new ways to support students both in and out of the classroom.
LSBF has been building on to its ACCA online project since the launch of the “LSBF Prep Centre for ACCA” in 2010. The Facebook app started as a support tool for LSBF students, but has grown exponentially during the past year and now offers valuable information and exam support for free to any ACCA student worldwide. Through the page, students can take part in revision study weeks, in which they can watch videos on specific papers, discuss exam questions, and take part in conversations about the main topics. The platform’s success has encouraged LSBF to keep producing and providing new material for the 98,000 international ACCA students following this page.
LSBF’s ACCA tutors have been offering support to the community by producing podcasts, study guides, hundreds of videos and by answering student posts and questions on all social media pages. Thousands of students have benefited from LSBF’s experienced academic team.
Rob Sowerby, Director of Professional Training at LSBF says “Our mission with the LSBF Prep Centre is to become a reference point to anyone who studies and works in the accountancy market. We are proud to having been able to create this successful online project which makes education accessible to so many students around the world.”
*ACCA Award winning Lecturer Francis Braganza has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work and invaluable experience teaching Financial Reporting worldwide for over 20 years. Tutor and director Peter Stewart was awarded the Accountancy Personality of the Year
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