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Overview

This certification assesses competence, knowledge and understanding of the concepts and techniques applied in financial management and reporting. Key frameworks and tools that will enhance an understanding of finance will be thoroughly explored.

Audience

  • 40 multiple choice questions
  • 1hr 30mins. Candidates are entitled to an additional 23 minutes if they are sitting an examination in a language that is not their native/official language
  • Examination is supervised
  • Closed book examination
  • Pass mark 26/40 (65%)
  • Calculators may be used during this examination
  • Paper-based examination

Outline

  • The significance and importance of finance and the impact that all staff and their roles and decisions have on this crucial discipline will be examined.
  • To achieve the objectives, the syllabus covers the following topics:
  • Purpose of business: legal entities, sources of finance
  • Key financial statements, concepts and vocabulary
  • Evaluating supplier financial stability
  • Contents and structure of a business case
  • Financial justification of a business case
  • Budgets and budgeting
  • Costs and costing
  • Financing service delivery

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