Given the constantly evolving financial environment and its impact on the syllabus content that forms part of the ITC assessment, Endunamoo has come to understand that candidates that are approaching their final ITC attempts sometimes have a significantly lower chance of being successful compared to other ITC candidates.
We also understand the existing board course structures available (including our own board course programme) do not fully address the needs and unique circumstances faced by these candidates. It is on this understanding that we decided to launch the Accelerated Board Course. This is another first of its kind and is an innovative accelerated board course which primarily responds to the growing needs of the repeat ITC candidates.
This extremely rigorous course serves as a pre-board course to candidates that will be sitting for the ITC for the last time in 2018. It is our intention that the Accelerated Board Course will provide a smooth transition of the repeat candidates into our mainstream board course programme.
Comprehensive Lecture Programme
Approximately 72 hours of lecture sessions primarily focusing on study approach
High-discussion materials covering the complex and key areas of the syllabus
Focused on effective examination techniques and reinforcing key principles
Intensive Tutorial Programmes
Approximately 35 hours of tutorial sessions focusing on application of principles
Integrated business case study tutorials for submission and review by our lecturing team
Examination scripts are marked by professionals and feedback is provided to candidates
ITC simulated mock examinations and review sessions
Relevant examination papers adopted from previous board courses and CTA programmes
Practical application of examination room strategies and techniques
This extremely rigorous course serves as a pre-board course for candidates that will be sitting for the ITC for the last time in 2018. It is our intention that the Accelerated Boards Course will provide a smooth transition of the repeat candidates into our mainstream board course programme.