Accounting Education Resources
The IAESB's International Education Standards address the principles for professional accountants' learning and development and play an important global role in developing professional competence, improving the quality of professional accountancy education, and building effective professional accountancy organizations.
The IAESB also develops implementation support materials, including videos, webcasts and presentations, and guidance documents. These resources support accounting education and provide assistance to academics, training providers, professional accounting organizations and employers.
Feedback from all stakeholders is welcome, especially on existing support materials, implementation challenges and suggestions for needed resources.
Accounting Education Insights
The Accounting Education Insights series are subject-specific materials that have been used by the IAESB to help support the work identified by its current Strategy and Work Plan.
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IES Implementation Support Materials
- Learning Outcomes Approach: assistance for those responsible for the design, assessment, and governance of implementing a learning outcomes approach—a cornerstone in the development of professional accounting education.
- Professional Competence for Audit Engagement Partners: assistance for those who have a role/responsibility for effective implementation of IES 8, Professional Competence for Engagement Partners Responsible for Audits of Financial Statements (Revised).
- Entry Requirements (IES 1): assistance for professional accountancy organizations and other accounting education providers, including universities, governments, and international donor agencies, to understand and implement IES 1, Entry Requirements to Professional Accounting Education Programs (2014).
The Personal Perspectives series presents thought leadership from IAESB members, technical advisors and other key stakeholders on some of the challenges affecting aspiring professional accountants and the importance of effective accountancy learning and development.