Finance business partnering series 2018 - Workshops

Learn the necessary skills to become a valued finance business partner.

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Organisations now expect more from their accountants than crunching numbers and producing reports, creating a range of career opportunities for those accountants who upgrade their skills for this new world of finance business partnering.

As a Finance Business Partner (FBP) you may have opportunities to be involved in strategic and operational decision making, identifying commercial opportunities, implementing business initiatives, and many more stimulating, fulfilling and challenging tasks.

Accountants with the right skills are being freed up for these new roles as some accounting and reporting tasks are being increasingly automated and outsourced - in a few years’ time just being an accountant may not be enough.

CPA Australia’s Finance Business Partnering series starts the transformation of accountants into finance business partners, able to create commercial value, drive business performance and drive business initiatives.

Key topics:

  • Creating commercial value
  • Driving business performance
  • Driving business initiatives

Select two or more workshops in this series to automatically save 15%. Workshops can also be purchased individually.

To gain the most comprehensive learning solution for Finance business partnering, purchase all three workshops in the series.

Each workshop is 8 CPD hours.

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This workshop series is suitable for management accountants who want to add value to their organisation by becoming a strategic finance business partner.

Please note enrolments close 2 working days prior to the workshop date. Please enrol at least 3 working days prior to the workshop to ensure any dietary and special requirements can be accommodated.

Looking for a customised learning solution for your organisation or team? Contact us today to discuss in-house learning options.



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