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Join Dr G. K. Li who’s approach is…

My approach is to focus your learning on acquiring sufficient knowledge in the critical areas of the study guide, and on the application of relevant concepts and techniques in answering different types of questions interactively in the online sessions. I emphasize the importance of preparing a study plan and your own timetable to monitor your progress and effectiveness of exam preparation continuously at different stages. I do recommend attending all sessions asking and discussing your questions to keep your momentum and discipline in your exam preparation.

Online Class, Dates & Times*

(Sydney time for all tutorials)

Thursday classes 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm

Sunday classes 3.00 pm – 5.30 pm

  • Thursday 2nd September 2021
  • Sunday 5th September 2021
  • Thursday 9th September 2021
  • Sunday 12th September 2021
  • Thursday 16th September 2021
  • Sunday 19th September 2021

Online café 7:30pm – 8:30pm

  • Sunday 5th September 2021
  • Sunday 12th September 2021
  • Sunday 19th September 2021

*Schedule may be subject to change

Tutor

Dr G.K. Li – DBA, MCom, MBusSys, MBA, BBA, CPA

Dr Li’s professional experience include substantial number of years in the roles of management accounting, financial management, strategic management, accounting information systems, management training and consulting for senior executives in the Asia-Pacific region across Australia and Hong Kong/China. Besides, he has taught extensively in the area of strategic management accounting in both academic institutions and professional accounting bodies for CPA module exams assisting CPA candidates to pass the CPA exams. In the past 20 years, he has delivered CPD seminars for CPA Australia on the topics related to Strategic Management Accounting, and has also written and published professional articles in the areas of strategic performance measurement based on the Balanced Scorecard Methodology for value creation to various stakeholders of profit and non-profit organisations