Introduction

The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) credential is the advanced professional certification that delivers tangible value. It demonstrates your command of the critical accounting and financial management skills demanded by today’s dynamic businesses, translating into significant career opportunities for you.

The purpose of the CMA preparatory course is to assist you to take and pass the Certified Management Accountant examination. The CMA® is generally designed to recognize the unique qualifications and expertise of those professionals engaged in management accounting and financial management.

These certifications provide distinction in today's economic climate and afford the opportunity to certify your expertise in business areas that are critical to the decision-making process.

Program Outline

Part I: Financial Planning, Performance and Control

External Financial Reporting Decisions

Planning, budgeting, and forecasting

Performance measurement

Cost management

Internal controls

Part II: Financial Decision Making

Financial statement analysis

Corporate finance

Decision analysis and risk management

Risk Management

Investment decisions

Professional ethics

Program Time Line

Each part is: 80 hours- 32 sessions – 2.50 hours/session

Program Instructor(S)

Professional Level instructors, with over 7 years of regional training experience in the field of financial management and accounting.

Fees Include

• Training fees

• CMA textbooks (Gleim)

• Mock exams

Certificate

After completion, participant will get a Certificate of Attendance from OUSOS Training. Education. Development

Introduction

While most graduate school programs cover a broad range of topics, the CFA Program focuses specifically on investment knowledge, and the self-study format allows you to continue working full time as you progress towards earning the CFA charter. Candidates for the CFA Program include students entering the investment field, professionals increasing their expertise and marketability, and people making a career change into the investment profession from other disciplines.

About the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFAI)

CFA Institute is a global, not-for-profit organization comprising the world’s largest association of investment professionals. With over 100,000 members, and 135 regional societies around the world, they are dedicated to developing and promoting the highest educational, ethical, and professional standards in the investment industry.

It offers a range of educational and career resources, including the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM) designations, and are a leading voice on global issues of fairness, market efficiency, and investor protection. For more information: www.cfainstitute.org

Program Outline

Level I - Major Topic Area

Ethical and professional standards

Quantitative methods: Basic concepts

Economics: applications

Economics: microeconomics analysis

Economics: macroeconomics analysis

Economics: economics in global contest

Financial reporting and analysis: introduction

Financial reporting and analysis: income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements

Financial reporting and analysis: inventories, long-lived assets, income taxes, and non-current liabilities

Financial reporting and analysis: evaluating financial reporting quality and other applications

Corporate finance

Portfolio management

Market organization, market indices, and market efficiency

Equity analysis and valuation

Fixed income: basic concepts

Fixed income: analysis and valuation

Derivatives

Alternative investments

Program Time Line

100 hours- 40 sessions – 2.5 hours/session

Program Instructor(S)

Professional Level instructors, with over 7 years of regional training experience in the field of financial management and auditing.

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Fees include

• Training fees

• Schweser textbooks

• practice questions

• Additional previous exam questions

Certificate

After completion, participant will get a Certificate of Attendance from OUSOS Training. Education. Development