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    Certified Management Accountant

    Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is the pinnacle of the qualification structure which is awarded to a professional completing the following:

      academic requirements of GMA level
      participated in the seven day qualifying workshop and the relevant assessments
      gained a minimum of five years of acceptable professional experience

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    Associate Management Accountant

    Associate Management Accountant (AMA) membership is the intermediate level professional membership awarded based on completing the following:

    academic requirements of GMA level or GMA membership
    gained minimum three years of relevant professional experience

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    Associate Management Accountant

    Graduate Management Accountant (GMA) membership is the starting level of professional membership awarded to a professional completing:

    graduate conversion programme, or
    graduate programme
    an academic degree or professional qualification in accounting acceptable to ICMA.

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    Registered Business Accountant

    Eligibility criteria,

    Degree (Bachelors) in any discipline other than Accounting from a recognised University or
    three Stages of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or
    completion of Stages 1,2 & 3 of the ICMA’s Graduate

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    Registered Cost Accountant

    Eligibility criteria,
    Diploma in Accounting from a recognised Technical College (TAFE) or
    2 Stages of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or
    completion of Stages 2 of the ICMA’s Graduate program

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    Certified Accounting Technician

    Eligibility criteria,

    Certificate in Accounting from a recognised Technical College (TAFE) or
    Stage 1 of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or
    completion of Stage 1 of the ICMA’s graduate program

    Relevant experience in management accounting is broadly defined to include the gaining of experience in the provision of information in a wide range of managerial functions including costing, pricing, marketing, strategy, financial analysis, logistics, information systems, etc.

Other Memberships

A management accountant applies his or her professional knowledge and skill in the preparation and presentation of financial and other decision oriented information in such a way as to assist management in the formulation of policies and in the planning and control of the operation of the undertaking.