Corporate Training

A professional certificate is an excellent alternative to a degree if you do not want to spend four or more years in school. These programs are rather succinct, and instruct students on a specific topic within a field of study. The vast majority of students choose to enter the workforce after receiving a certificate. What is a certificate in corporate finance? A certificate in corporate finance prepares students to work in the finance department of a major corporation. Extensive courses in mathematics, economics, accounting, business management, and finance will be required. At some institutions, students may elect to focus on a particular field of corporate finance, such as risk management or investment banking. At the end of the program, students should have a strong understanding of basic financial principles and their impact on businesses, society, and the government. There are many benefits to earning this certificate. Finance is a highly competitive field, and it is not uncommon for students to earn high salaries after graduating. Students will also have an easier time finding employment than individuals who do not have any formal education. The cost of earning this certificate varies from place to place. The length of the program and institutional rates will also strongly influence prices. For additional financial information, contact your school of interest directly. There are many careers available to finance students. The vast majority of students choose to work at major companies in advisory or banking positions. Others work at investment banks, helping clients and organizations wisely allocate their funds. A small minority work for government agencies, helping public officials craft economic policies that will impact society. Finance workers who are interested in academia may choose to work as instructors at colleges and universities. There are several ways to earn this certificate. Online options are a great way to receive a stellar education without having to visit a campus.

  1. JCA: Junior Cost Accountant
  1. JFA: Junior Financial Accountant
Price Per Person: 
  1. AC 001: Budgeting - Financial Planning and Forecasting Techniques
  1. AC 002: Cost Management Approaches and Techniques
  1. AC 003: Performance Evaluation and Variance Analysis
  1. AC 004: Financial Measures and Balanced Scorecards
  1. AC 005: Business Finance
  1. AC 006: Decision Analysis
  1. AC 007: Investment Decisions
  1. AC 008: Financial Statement Analysis
  1. AC 009: Internal Control and Internal Auditing
  1. AC 010: Professional Ethics for Financial Management Professionals
  1. AC 011: Basics of Financial Accounting
  1. AC 012: Preparation of Financial Statement According IFRS
  1. A C 013: Accounting for Cash Receivables & Inventory
  1. AC 014: Accounting for Fixed Assets & Intangible Assets
  1. AC 015: Accounting for Income Tax & Borrowing Costs
  1. AC 016: Accounting for Investment & Owners’ Equity
  1. AC 017: Accounting for Current Liabilities
  1. AC 018: Accounting for Business Combinations
  1. AC 019: Finance for Non-Financials
During:  30
Price Per Person: 1500
  1. MG 01: Human Resource Management
  1. MG 02: Operations and Supply Chain Management
  1. MG 03: Stress Management & How to handle Stress
  1. MG 04: Marketing & Sales
  1. MG 05: Sales & Customer service Skills
Price Per Person: 
  1. Basics of Financial Accounting.
  1. Preparation of Financial Statements According IFRS.
  1. Accounting for Cash, Receivable & Inventory.
  1. Accounting for Fixed Assets & Intangible Assets.
During:  20
Price Per Person: 1000