in partnership with
Financial Management Skills Programme
Welcome to your skills programme in financial management
This Financial Management Skills Programme is powered by Anderson Studios (PTY) Ltd accreditation number ACC/2021/01/0003 and made available in partnership with the UCT Graduate School of Business.
We are thrilled to have you as part of this Skills Programme, where you will embark on an exciting journey of learning and discovery. Get comprehensive skills and knowledge in financial management, and equip yourself to make informed decisions in the corporate world.
About this Skills Programme
The purpose of the Financial Management Skills Programme (14 credits) with unit standards 252040 and 252036 is to provide learners with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience to effectively manage financial resources.
This Skills Programme focuses on the application of financial management principles and practices in a business environment.
- Financial analysis
- Financial planning.
It is designed for individuals who want to gain more insight into the processes within a finance unit or for those who are currently working in finance and want to polish up or expand their knowledge and skills in this field.
This Skills Programme covers these modules
What you will learn in this Skills Programme
Your content. Your engagement.
To get the most out of your Skills Programme, we have included engagement activities for you to do from the onset of your programme throughout.
You are able to work your way through your Programme/Module notes online and learn about the theory that you will apply in your
personal capacity, workplace and day-to-day activities. All content is easily downloadable from your Learning Management System
(LMS). This allows you to be able to access your content without logging into the LMS.
Each module will have self evaluation activities, scenarios and/or case studies and videos for you to watch. These activities do not count towards your grade, but are simply there for you to self assess your understanding. We do, however, strongly encourage you to complete these activities as they will form part of your portfolio of