Programme Curriculum

60 hours (6 weeks)


Rs. 3,000/-

Learning Outcome

After completion of this course, participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Interpret and analyze financial statements to assess the financial health of an organization.
  2. Evaluate investment opportunities and make informed financial decisions based on risk and return analysis.
  3. Apply accounting principles and practices to record and report financial transactions accurately.
  4. Develop and monitor budgets to effectively manage financial resources.
  5. Perform cost analysis to identify cost-saving opportunities and improve financial performance.

Target Learners

  1. Educational Background: The certificate course in financial planning requires a minimum educational qualification, such as a high school diploma or equivalent.
  2. Basic understanding of mathematics, finance, and computer skills are often expected for Financial Planner Certificate Programs. Familiarity with spreadsheet software and financial calculators can be beneficial.

Course Overview

The Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of finance and accounting concepts, principles, and practices. The course aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills to effectively manage financial resources, analyze financial statements, and make informed financial decisions. Throughout the course, participants will learn how to interpret financial data, evaluate investment opportunities, and apply accounting principles to financial transactions. They will gain hands-on experience with financial analysis tools and techniques used in the industry, including financial statement analysis, budgeting, cost analysis, and financial forecasting.

Financial Accounting

  1. Overview of finance and accounting principles
  2. Role of finance and accounting in business decision-making
  3. Basic financial statements and their components

  1. Financial ratio analysis and interpretation
  2. Cash flow analysis and its importance
  3. Assessing the financial health of an organization

  1. Time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis
  2. Risk and return analysis for investment decision-making
  3. Valuation techniques for stocks and bonds

  1. Budgeting and variance analysis
  2. Cost behavior and cost-volume-profit analysis
  3. Performance measurement and balanced scorecard

  1. Types of costs and cost classification
  2. Activity-based costing and cost allocation
  3. Cost reduction strategies and control techniques

  1. Techniques for financial forecasting
  2. Capital budgeting and investment appraisals
  3. Financial decision-making under uncertainty

Learners will learn from articles, case studies, PPT, eLearning, videos, practical activities, Assignments, webinars, and live sessions as well as discussions with fellow learners and mentors.

Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those who attend a minimum of 2 Sessions and Obtain a minimum score of 50% in all Quizzes.