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Management Accounting CIMA Advanced Diploma Level 7

 

13/09/2018

Benefits to you:

The CIMA Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting is for anyone wishing to continue working towards this highly regarded, internationally recognised, professional management accounting qualification.

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. The CIMA qualification is an established route to professional status and will help your career progress across business sectors.

Accountancy is a vibrant and progressive profession with access into all aspects of business. The CIMA qualification offers the opportunity to work in a diverse range of business sectors, from the public to private sector, or pursuing a career in business.  Management accounting qualifications are a passport to a rewarding career and CIMA leads to an international transferable qualification. 

 

Benefits to your business:

The CIMA qualification is frequently revised to keep up with the latest business trends and employer needs.

CIMA holders add value to your business by blending financial expertise with business insight.

Translate complex information and communicate it effectively, guiding critical business decisions and creating sustainable business success.

(http://www.cimaglobal.com/CIMA-in-business/How-MA-supports-your-business-/)

Qualification:

Learners should have successfully completed the CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting (operational level)

Learners study subjects across three pillars.

  • The enterprise pillar
  • The performance pillar
  • The financial pillar

 

ENTERPRISE PILLAR

PERFORMANCE PILLAR

FINANCIAL PILLAR

E2 Project and Relationship Management

P2 Advanced Management

Accounting

F2 Advanced Financial Reporting

 

Introduction to strategic management and assessing the global environment.

 

Cost planning and analysis for competitive advantage.

Sources of long-term finance.

The human aspect of the organisation, managing relationships.

 

Control and performance management of responsibility centres.

Financial reporting.

Managing change through projects.

 

Long-term decision making.

Analysis of financial performance and position.

 

Management control and risk.