Enables participants to think as executives, act effectively as their representatives in financial matters. Gain functional skills in business administration (business knowledge), financial domain and soft skills such as attitudes, contacts, norms and values.
What is certified management accounting?
Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is a professional certification credential in the management accounting and financial management fields.
Why you should participate?
The course enables participants to think as executives and act effectively as their representatives in financial matters, gain functional skills in business administration (business knowledge), financial domain and soft skills such as attitudes, contacts, norms and values.
How to became a Certified Management Accountant?
Candidates must undertake:
- Self learning (study materials provided)
- Attend facilitated sessions to understand concepts and ask questions
- Prepare and undertake external exams
The certification is offered in two parts spanning 12-15 months.
The total time investment is around 120 hours per part.
*To ensure all quality measures delaware collaborates with IMA, Wiley and Prometric.
- External financial reporting decisions
- Planning, budgeting and forecasting
- Performance management
- Cost management
- Internal controls
- Technology and analytics
- Financial statement analysis
- Corporate finance
- Decision analysis
- Risk management
- Investment decisions
- Professional ethics
Learn from the best
Your coach and trainer Drs. Jan Kooiman CMA is currently the solution lead at delaware for Financial Business Process Improvement and Reengineering. He is a lecturer at Leiden University and a professor in Accounting, Financial Management and Lean Six Sigma.
Jan holds a Master’s in Business Economics from the University of Amsterdam and is the program manager and acknowledged Subject Matter Expert of the Certified Management Accounting (CMA) program at delaware. Jan combines business experience and thought leadership with the rigor of academic discipline. He believes in a strong focus on quality and in working towards personal excellence in both hard skills (knowledge) and soft skills (creativity and integrity).