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In order to become a Chartered Global Management Accountant (ACMA, CGMA) you need a minimum of three years' verified work-based practical experience. Experience may be drawn from any of the following three areas over a period of 3 years or more (but a minimum of 18 months must be gained within the core area).

Area 1 - basic experience Area 2 - core experience Area 3 - supplementary experience
1a. preparing and maintaining accounting records 2a. preparation of management accounts 3a. financial strategy
1b. statutory regulatory reporting 2b. planning, budgeting and forecasting 3b. corporate finance
1c. IT desktop skills 2c. management reporting for decision making 3c. treasury management
1d. systems and procedure development 2d. product and service costing 3d. taxation
  2e. information management 3e. business evaluation and appraisal
  2f. project appraisal 3f. business strategy
  2g. project management 3g. external relationships
  2h. working capital content  
  2i. risk management and business assurance  

See the CIMA website for more information.

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