Corporate associate partnerships: Practitioners’ involvement in the delivery of an auditing course based on a case-study: A teaching resource

Richard Slack, Jan Loughran, Kirsty Abrahams

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    Abstract

    This Teaching Resource outlines and reflects upon the use of an innovative corporate associate partnership scheme as part of the delivery of an Auditing course to final year undergraduate Accounting students at a university in the UK. It outlines the motivations behind a practitioner's involvement in teaching delivery, along with the formulation, design, and implementation of the scheme. The authors provide insights from their experiences so that others, at different institutions, may replicate or adapt such a scheme. This could be extended into subject areas other than Auditing, with the delivery pattern being altered as appropriate to suit the needs of other institutions and associated practitioners. The Teaching Resource provides reflections on the partnership from the students, the module tutor, and the associate involved in its delivery.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)262-276
    JournalAccounting Education
    Volume23
    Issue number3
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 26 Feb 2014

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