This course is particularly relevant for those from non-relevant disciplines who find themselves in positions of management. The course is appropriate for managers in commercial organisations, the civil service, self employed or industry and is designed to make non-financial managers financially literate.
The ACCA Diploma in Financial Management (formerly the Certified Diploma in Accounting and Finance) is an internationally recognised postgraduate diploma designed to provide the practical knowledge you need to take the fear out of accounting and ensure confident participation in financial discussions. This qualification is aimed at middle and senior managers with financial responsibility and is built around a unique, one year programme.
The Diploma covers a range of key areas, including how to interpret financial statements, plan, manage and measure performance using budgets and other financial techniques, make financial decisions and manage all kinds of financial risk.
The Diploma programme comprises two modules, each module covering two subject areas.
Our classes are of a size that enables you to get to know each other and establish a course identity. We are regularly complimented on the professionalism and approachability of our staff and the efforts they make to help their students succeed.
You must possess a recognised degree, higher national certificate/diploma or a non-accounting professional qualification. Individuals who do not hold these qualifications may be admitted on the basis of their work experience. In these circumstances, you are normally required to be at least 23 years old.
Duration and Mode of Attendance
One evening per week for two years or two evenings per week for one year.
Successful completion of this course leads to the award of the ACCA Diploma in Financial Management.