Developing your next generation of accountants - Asia Pacific
About this Event
As the demands of the accounting profession continue to evolve, today’s accountants need to revisit their traditional combination of knowledge, skills and behaviours. This shift to new ways of working has been accelerated and changes given new urgency by COVID-19.
This webinar explores what modern and future accountants will need, along with an overview of the professional competencies and skills to help them to adapt. Specifically, the session will cover:
• The key areas of digital technology accountants will need to understand to be effective in their roles
• The changing skills required from accountants, including implications for professional judgement, communication and ethical appraisal
• The mindset of continual learning required for accountants to thrive in a digital world
Who is this session for?
While this webinar is aimed at a general business audience, we highly recommend for L&D decision makers, HR Directors, CFOs, Heads of Department and accountancy firm partners.
We expect demand for this session to be high, so priority is given to professionals in these roles.
About the presenter
The session will be led by BPP’s Head of Accountancy and Tax Programme Development, Daniel Clark.
Having spent the early part of his career in various roles at Barclays, EY and Goldman Sachs, Daniel developed a passion for education, and in particular, digital technology.
Daniel has overall responsibility for the educational quality and product strategy of accountancy and tax at BPP. This includes the development of written study materials, approach to teaching, tutor interaction, question practice and feedback. BPP’s courses in these sectors supports the development of thousands of professionals each year, with additional emphasis on technology and innovation.
Daniel is currently studying for a PhD in Technology-Enhanced Learning at Lancaster University, researching the digital capability of accountants.
Outside of his role and PhD, Daniel is a regular conference speaker, Trustee and Honorary Treasurer of the Association for Learning Technology, and blogger for the ICAEW Tech Faculty.
About BPP Asia Pacific
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