The performance of a business organization is ultimately measured in financial terms.
A look at the income statements of a few manufacturers shows that about two-thirds of the expense happens in the supply chain and operations areas, which includes procurement, manufacturing, inventory management, warehousing, and transportation. Therefore, professionals working in these areas should have a deep understanding of the impact of their day-to-day work on product cost and eventually, the overall financial results.
The CIFA course attempts to make this connection by presenting the key principles and concepts in an easy-to-understand way for a non-financial professional, helping them make more informed decisions in their respective areas.
You will find detailed information about the training methods, learning resources, suggested schedule, and the criteria for passing the final test in the Student Guide provided at the beginning of this course. If you need further details or have any specific questions, you may contact the Registrar.