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CMA Training

The CMA certification equips you with an in-depth mastery of financial & business skills that put you in demand with employers around the world.        

CMA® Certification is one of the most in-demand certifications in the world. For nearly 50 years, the CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) certification has been the global benchmark for management accountants and financial professionals. Why? CMAs can explain the “why” behind numbers, not just the “what.” This can give you greater credibility, higher earning potential, and ultimately a seat at the leadership table.

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Why Should I Become a CMA?

The CMA opens doors into the business world.

The CMA provides an invaluable understanding of finance that companies need to be efficient and profitable. CMAs often work closely with upper management, and their knowledge, skills, and experience influence the direction of these organizations. When equipped with meaningful financial data and analysis, a CMA functions as an important part of the management team.
 

CMA Training advances your career.

The CMA empowers many accountants to move up to bigger and better things. According to the IMA, these are a few positions held by CMAs:

Staff Accountant

Cost Accountant

Senior Accountant

Controller

Budget Analyst

Internal Auditor

Finance Manager

Financial Analyst

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Vice President, Finance

Treasurer

 

The CMA increases your earnings potential.

Globally, accountants with this certification have a 62% higher average salary,
Base salary plus total compensation worldwide

The CMA gives you credibility and status.

CMAs understand numbers and finance at a deeper level than other accountants. As the IMA puts it, “CMAs can explain the “why” behind numbers, not just the “what.” When you’re the expert people come to you for advice on business-related finance questions.

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Part 1: Financial Planning, Performance, and Analytics

  • 15% External Financial Reporting Decisions
  • 20% Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting
  • 20% Performance Management
  • 15% Cost Management
  • 15% Internal Controls
  • 15% Technology and Analytics

Part 2: Strategic Financial Management

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