The Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) provides essential knowledge that can be used in any industry or financial arena.
CFAB consists of six modules and six computer-based assessments. These are the same six modules as the first stage of ICAEW’s leading business and finance qualification, the ACA. Modules include: Business and Finance, Management Information, Accounting (compulsory), Law, Assurance and Principles of Taxation. For more information about the modules, please download the CFAB brochure.
CFAB is a perfect choice if you are:
CFAB offers a flexible learning and assessment structure and can be achieved in less than 12 months. No previous academic qualifications are required to start studying but we recommend a competence level of IELTS level 6 English Language for non-native English speakers.
ICAEW has launched a grant scheme for the Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB). The grant scheme is currently open to companies in the Middle East who wish to invest in their staff and are committed to training them for a successful career in finance, accounting and business. It is particularly relevant to those who also aspire to train future ICAEW Chartered Accountants.
Companies who successfully apply to this scheme will receive a small number of fully funded grants under which the selected employees will receive full tuition, study materials and registration and exam fees.
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For further information or an application form contact Hassan Morsy at the Middle East office on +04 408 0000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about studying for Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB), please go to icaew.com/cfab.