LAHORE, Pakistan: ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), the global body for professional accountants, and INJAZ Pakistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaboratively work towards achieving prime work readiness quality in the ACCA students.
According to this MoU, students of ACCA will undergo training which would develop their work readiness skills and hence increase the chances of their employability.
The ceremony was attended by Rehan Uddin, Head of Education MENASA, Assad Hameed Khan, Head of ACCA South, Almas Abbas Ali, Head of Education South and Khurram Iqbal, BRM-Learning. The MoU was signed by HyderAwan, Acting CEO INJAZ Pakistan and Head of Education MENASA, Rehan Uddin.
Rehan Uddin, Head of Education MENASA stated, “This surely is an excellent opportunity for the ACCA fraternity to upgrade their employability skills as we have now stepped in a highly competitive market. With this relationship we want to work closely with our Approved Learning Partners and employers to build capacity of our students and help them become well rounded professionals.
HyderAwan, Acting CEO INJAZ Pakistan added that, ‘The employment opportunities in Pakistan are in abundance and with this MoU, we hope to minimize the expectancy gap between employers and candidates by enhancing their financial literacy, entrepreneurial skills and work readiness conduct.”