4 reasons to pursue a Financial Management Short Learning Programme

23 September 2016
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So, you’re in corporate finance and you’re looking for a way to get ahead in your career and stay there? Your best bet is financial management courses that add to your expertise, allowing you to expand both your credentials and your knowledge. Here are four reasons why you should pursue one.

The more you know, the more you grow
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Everyone knows that knowledge is power and this is particularly relevant when it comes to gaining extra knowledge about your chosen career. Studies have shown that extra education on your industry or area of expertise makes you more likely to remain in it and excel. So, financial management courses just might be your ticket to a long and prosperous career.

Build on the basics
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If you’re already in the industry, you’ve got the basics of financial literacy down. Whilst this is good, you need to be consistently building on these if you are to make a lasting impact in your career and the industry at large. Relying on the basics alone is not enough and with the help of The IIE Finance for Managers Short Learning Programme from The Business School at Varsity College, you could build on your foundations in no time.

Get ahead
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In a competitive job market, there are only a few ways in which you can set yourself apart from the rest. One of these ways is by ensuring that your skills and CV do the talking. By upskilling with a Short Learning Programme, you’re sure to get noticed and when it comes to choosing the right candidate for the job, you will be more than qualified.

Upskill without losing focus
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Many programmes require that you attend weekday lectures, ruling out those who are already in the working world or those who have other commitments. The best part about The IIE Finance for Managers Short Learning Programme is that it’s run over 14 weeks, with lectures being held on a weeknight or Saturday morning at The Business School. This means there’s nothing standing between you and your dream career. 

The time is now!
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They say that “fortune favours the brave” and we couldn’t agree more. By choosing The IIE Short Learning Programmes you could be well on your way to the career you’ve always wanted. You’re never going to be as young as you are right now, so what are you waiting for?

If you’re looking to improve your CV, why not consider The Business School?
For more info, visit www.thebusinessschool.co.za

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