A Certified Financial Accountant is primarily responsible for, amongst other functions:
- All Financial Accountant functions,
- The Accounting Officer functions,
- Preparation of annual financial statements,
- Signing off annual financial statements of close corporations,
- Working closely with the Chartered Certified Accountant and Registered Auditor,
- Thorough knowledge of corporate strategy, management accounting control systems, financial reporting and regulatory frameworks (particularly IFRS), and accounting theory and practice.
National Diploma: Certified Financial Accounting is the final (and compulsory) step of the Accounting Certification Programme:
These are the Accounting Certification Programme qualifications:
- National Certificate: Junior Bookkeeper (NQF Level 3, SAQA ID 58375)
- National FET Certificate: Senior Bookkeeper (NQF Level 4, SAQA ID 58376)
- National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting (NQF Level 5, SAQA ID 36213)
- National Diploma: Certified Financial Accounting (NQF Level 6, SAQA ID 20366)
Recommended 36 - 40 months of study.
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