Taking individual courses can help students pursue their long-range goals without being locked into a formal course of study. This flexibility can make for a better fit with career and family commitments while still allowing individuals to pursue their objectives.
The academic area of auditing refers to the analysis of financial records of an organization. Some common courses may include public auditing, law, finance and accounting, the auditing process and economy of the public sector.
There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.
Course Online in Auditing in Europe
Continue your journey towards achieving the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification and plunge into the P2 Performance Management course. [+]
The P2 Performance Management course contributes to the attainment of the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification.Understand the implications of cost and revenue, with regards to pricing and product decisions. Learn the principles of decision-making and understand the conflict issues that can arise during decision-making processes, and how to deal with them effectively. Learn how to analyse short-term pricing and product decisions, and how uncertainty and risk can impact decision models using CVP analysis. Get to grips with pricing strategies, and understand the financial consequences that are involved, including profit maximisation, market skimming and product bundles. Learn how to evaluate techniques for analysing and managing costs to ensure competitive advantage. Compare and contrast functional cost analysis and value analysis. Learn how to prepare cost of quality reports, and understand and apply the key elements of Pareto analysis. Understand the principles that contribute to the use of budgets in control, including the concept of responsibility accounting and the various controllable and uncontrollable costs that can be encountered. Learn how to evaluate performance-using budgets, using ratio analysis, ‘what if’ scenarios and using both fixed and flexible budget reports. Apply your knowledge of budgets in control to more diverse managerial issues. Learn more about the structure of an organisation, and the implications that it has on responsibility accounting. Apply decision-making knowledge that you have acquired to scenarios suitable for cost centre managers and investment centre managers. Gain insight into the consequences that can occur following... [-]