CMA has announced its online NACM credit certification courses schedule for early 2015. The courses, which are offered in a hybrid format of a weekly live lecture in a webinar format, cover topics such as basic financial accounting, financial statement analysis and business credit principles. The courses are all designed to help credit managers advance their skills in these areas.
The courses are:
- Business Law, Instructor Jim Menard, CCE (Thursday, January 8, 2015 (10 weeks))
- Basic Financial Accounting, Instructor David L. Osburn, MBA (Monday, January 12, 2015 (15 weeks))
- Business Credit Principles, Instructor Paul Beretz, CICE (Monday, January 19, 2015 (10 weeks))
- Financial Statement Analysis, Instructor Paul Beretz, CICE (Tuesday, January 20, 2015 (6 weeks))
The courses take place online in a live-lecture webinar format. All you’ll need is internet access and a telephone line and the interactive course comes to you! Each course is structured with a textbook, weekly homework, online live instructor-led lectures (recorded for your convenience) and a proctored final exam. Each course includes 24/7 access to an online classroom where you can find all course material and assignments, and interact with the instructor between lectures, online forums where you post your homework and ask questions of other students/instructors, online midterm exam and a proctored final exam, with NACM Certification credit toward the Credit Business Associate (CBA) designation.
For more information, register at www.anscers.com or contact Debbie Mendoza, firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-346-6000, ext. 222.