The Institute of Certified Management Accountants (Australia) was incorporated in 1996 with the objectives of providing a professional organization for management accountants, and to encourage, disseminate and promote the specialisation in organizations in Australia and overseas. CMA Australia Qualification was introduced to Sri Lanka by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka in 1999. The Academy of Finance has been appointed as the exclusive partner in Sri Lanka since 2006.
There are four stages in the Graduate Management Accountant programme of ICMA, with four subjects in each stage. Stage Four of the graduate program with multiple graduate and postgraduate entry points is considered as the Graduate Conversion Programme. You candidates will be required to complete up to four subjects in different combinations depending on the entry qualification.
- Financial Modelling – Building financial models with Excel with an insight to financial accounting
- Management Accounting – Comprehensive course in management accounting theory and practice
- Financial Management – Financial mathematics, instruments, project evaluations and valuaation.
- Financial Statement Analysis – Deeper insight to financial statement analysis with numbers and beyond numbers.
Conducted Date : 01st August 2020
– Zoom Session
Introduction to CMA -1
This is your introduction to ICMA (Australia) and the Graduate Conversion Programme
Introduction to Lecturers -2
This is the part one of your introductions to your main lecturers for the Graduate Conversion Programme lecturers
Introduction to Lecturers -3
This is the part one of your main lecturers for the Graduate Conversion Programme lecturers
Experience Sharing -4
Listen to your colleagues who have achieved and experience how you could get the best out of the course.
Get to know the Academy staff -5
Meet the Academy of Finance team and get to know whom to talk to, for clarifications and formalities.
E-learning Guideline – Must watch -6
This is your guideline to the E-learning usage. The video will educate you on the policies, procedures, what to do and what not to do. You will have to go through this and sign the E-learning declaration, before you get access to the E-learning portal.
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The complete qualification you will have to complete up to four subjects of the Graduate Conversion Programme depending on your current qualification/s.
- Accounting for Managers: An Introduction
- The Accounting cycle 1 : Journals and ledgers
- The Accounting Cycle 2 : Balance day Adjustments, Descriptions
- The Accounting Cycle 3 Financial statements
- Company Accounts
- Financial Statement Analysis : An Introduction
- Accounting for Product Costing
- Profitability Planning
- Financial Mathematics
- Capital Budgeting : Investment Decision Models
- Working Capital Management
Excel for Managers: pre readers (Before course starts)
Financial Statement Analysis
- The Demand for Financial Statement Information
- The Supply for Financial Statement Information
- Basic Techniques in Financial Statement Analysis
- Financial statement Numbers: Empirical and methodology issues
- The Impact of Accounting Policy Alternative on Financial Statement Analysis
- Cross – Sectional Analysis of Financial Statement Information
- Time – Series Models and the analysis of financial Statement Information
- Capital Markets and Corporate Disclosure
- Corporate Distress Analysis
- Corporate Distress Analysis – Multivariate Analysis
- Debt Rating, Lending Decision and corporate financial Statements
- Valuation and forecasting
- Fundamental Concepts of Financial Mathematics
- Introduction to the Theory of valuation
- Portfolio Returns and Risks
- Capital Asset Pricing Model
- Efficient Markets Theory
- Dividend Policy
- Bond Yields and Bond Pricing
- Introduction to Capital Markets and Funding Sources
- Evaluation and Selection of Capital Investment Projects
- Estimating project cash flows
- Capital Budgeting
- Cost of Capital
- Management Accounting Basic Terms and Concept
- Cost Categories and Cost Volume Profit Analysis
- Product Costing
- Cost Allocation
- Standard Cost Analysis
- Activity Based Techniques
- Relevant Costing for Decision Making
- Responsibility Centers and transfer pricing
- Performance Evaluation
- Inventory Management Quality Control