The Academic community of certified professionals (ACCP) was established in 2014 (Decree Number 177 of 27 November 2014.

 The goal of the Community is the coordination of the activity of the lecturers, graduates and professional organizations to increase the professional motivation and qualification level of students, provision of organizationaland informational support for such activities.

Areas of the activity:

  • ensuring the competitiveness of the Institute’s graduates on the labor market through their participation in professional certification programs and by conducting career guidance activity;
  • professional development of the Institute’s teaching staff and improvement of their qualification;
  • creation of a platform for the exchange of the best practices and implementation of the best practices of professional training in the fields of accounting, audit, finance;
  • establishment and maintenance of permanent and mutually beneficial contacts with professional organizations and the Institute’s alumni with professional certificates;
  • implementation of the best practices of teaching accounting and financial disciplines, unification of the Institute’s training programs with the most common certification programs.

Coordinators:

  • Taras Savchenko – Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Dean of the Accounting and Finance Faculty;
  • Vyacheslav Plastun, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Finance;
  • Inna Makarenko, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Accounting and Audit.

Participants and target audience:

  • the Institute’s lecturers who have professional certificates;
  • the Institute’s alumni who have professional certificates;
  • representatives of professional organizations;
  • students with a high professional motivation.

We invite the faculty, post-graduate students, students and alumni who are certified professionals, to contribute to the Community’s activity! Follow the Community’s announcements on our Facebook pages.

 Contact information

Taras Savchenko
+38 (0542) 66-50-51; 52-00
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Vyacheslav Plastun
+38 (0542) 66-50-27; 53-51
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Inna Makarenko
+38 (0542) 66-50-92; 53-73
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