One of the key benefits of the Scheme will be your organisation having closer contact with ICAG. As a Partner in Learning you will receive the following benefits:
The Institute currently runs two distinct programmes.
A candidate who successfully completes the ICAG professional programme and has obtaied working experience in accountancy and approved by ICAG Council, qualifies to use the designatory letter ‘CA’ after his/her name.Successful completion of the ATSWA programme, however, opens up a way for people to take up middle-level managerial jobs and can serve a good introduction to the very determined who may wish to proceed to the professional programme. They can also pursue to CA professional programme to qualify as chartered accountants.
The Chartered Diploma programme is a professional diploma with specialization in various fields of business related to the accountancy profession. As an innovative programme initated by the Institute, the courses focus on equipping participants with specialized skills in for example:
Currently, the Institute is running courses for Forensic Audit and Oil & Gas Accounting.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) is a member of three international bodies. These are:
While ABWA is a sub-regional grouping of accountancy bodies in West Africa, IFAC is worldwide association, with headquarters in New York, USA and PAFA is headquartered in South Africa.The member countries of ABWA are:
Chartered Accountant (CA) Professional Programme
Accounting Technician Scheme, West Africa (ATSWA) Programme
Quality Assurance and Monitoring of Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana
List of Coordinators and telephone/ mobile numbers of District Societies - 2019
THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (GHANA)
LIST OF DISTRICT SOCIETIES - 2019