Financial management is a crucial aspect of any thriving business. Having an understanding of some of the basics of financial management is essential.


Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing
Money laundering and terrorism financing present serious risks for Australia's financial system and the safety and wellbeing of Australians. This course has been developed to educate employees about the Australian Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML / CTF) Regime.

Finance for Non-Financial Professionals
Financial terminology, processes and reports can be difficult to understand if you do not have a financial background. However, if you are accountable for monitoring the financial performance of your department or managing a budget, you must be finance savvy.

Managing Budgets
Budgets play an important role in helping organisations to achieve objectives and remain profitable. Departmental managers are often given the responsibility to manage a budget; however, without the skills to do this they may struggle.

Procurement Guidelines
Procurement is a strategic and multifaceted process, which has a direct impact on an organisation's bottom line. To ensure that procurement extracts the maximum benefit for the organisation and aligns with the overall business strategy, managers and financial decision makers need to have a comprehensive understanding of procurement.

Securing Payment Card Data
The Payment Card Industry - Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) set guidelines that businesses must comply with in order to accept payments from debit and credit cards and otherwise store, process and / or transmit cardholder data (CHD).