Chartered Cost Controller: Accounting Certifications Review Series

The Chartered Cost Controller (CCC) is a specialize designation for accountants who improve business processes and implement strategies to reduce costs and improve cost controls. You can learn more about the CCC designation by reading the article Chartered Cost Controller: Accounting Certifications Review Series  Part 15.

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Certified Business Manager: Accounting Certifications Review Series

The Certified Business Manager (CBM) is a designation for individuals who need to complement their specialized skill set with generalized business skills across key business areas, such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, and information technology. You can learn more about the CBM designation by reading the article Certified Business Manager: Accounting Certifications Review Series  Part 14.

Certification in Control Self-Asssessment: Accounting Certifications Review Series

The Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA) is a designation for internal auditors who help business improve operations and controls by conducting self-assessment of the organization’s operations. You can learn more about the CCSA designation by reading the article Certification in Control Self-Assessment: Accounting Certifications Review Series  Part 11.