CIMA Professional Qualification
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is a UK based professional body offering training and qualification in management accountancy and related subjects. It is focused on accountants working in industry, and provides ongoing support and training for members. CIMA is recognized worldwide as the most relevant global finance qualification for business as the largest management accounting body in the world with 110,493 members and 117,817 students in 2018.
The qualification is comprised of nine separate subjects that are organised into three pillars and three levels. More information can be found here.
MBA International graduates are eligible for some exemptions which can be found here.
Our elective course “Project Management” is fully aligned with the PM2 methodology, ISO 21500 “Guidance on Project Management and PMI standards.
Global Reporting Index – GRI. Certified Training on Sustainability Reporting by MBA International and the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE)
MBA international in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainability & Excellence, an official training partner of the Global Reporting Initiative – GRI in Greece, is co-hosting the globally recognised GRI Certified Training on Sustainability Reporting.
During this training, offered within the elective course “Global Sustainability Strategies & Reporting”, students gain insight on the conceptual introduction and preparation of the GRI reporting process, apply knowledge of the latest GRI Guidelines at all levels of CSR and Sustainability Reporting, and acquire skills and competencies according to the needs and objectives of organizations. After completion of the course, participants will receive an official certificate of attendance directly by GRI. Most of Sustainability Professionals globally have attended this course and become qualified in Sustainability field.
- Disseminates knowledge on sustainability reporting and the GRI framework
- Defines the content of the report and the monitoring process
- Clarifies the quality assurance and the application level check process
- Explains how to apply environmental, economic and social performance indicators
- Explains in detail the communication of the final report
The need to switch, ‘from Compliance to Innovation’, is expected to be expressed in the new European 2015-2020 Corporate Responsibility policy that includes the new European Directive for Mandatory Sustainability Reporting. In other words, it has become necessary to change the corporate culture, which means to abandon the short-term approach to Corporate Sustainability that was the case during the last few years. Today, organizations need to become truly sustainable in the long term, for their own benefit and for the well-being of their people and stakeholder, and the planet.
Don’t miss out the opportunity to join the course and learn all about the latest legislation and timely trends in Sustainability.