By taking Diploma in Treasury Management (DipTM), you will become a confident professional across all areas of treasury management. You'll be the go-to person for in-depth technical treasury expertise, and respected for your ability to problem solve and enable the business to meet its objectives.
- ACT Competency Framework Level: Managerial Level
- Study Time: 12-18 Months, 600 Study hours (100 hours per unit)
- Assessment Methods: Two Online assessments, 3 hours each and Two assignments.
- Entry Requirements: Successful completion of Certificate in Treasury (CertT), Accreditation of Prior Learning (APEL) - see below for further information
- Course Fees: Individual Unit: USD 842 ; Four unit bundle: USD 3031
- Student Membership: USD 243
- Assessment Fees: USD 198 per unit
IS IT FOR YOU?
Perfect for you if you:
- have a background in business or finance (either academic or experience)
- are in the operational stage of your career and need to know about treasury
- work in a department that works closely with treasury
- are moving to a treasury role
The progressive learning structure of ACT qualifications means entry requirements apply. To join Diploma in Treasury Management (DipTM) you need a relevant qualification or work experience.
You will need to have one of the following entry requirements:
- I have completed the Certificate in Treasury (CertT)
- I have completed the Certificate in International Cash Management (CertICM)
- I have come via the Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning (APEL) route - More information is found here APEL
The Diploma in Treasury Management (DipTM) provides a detailed insight into managing treasury activities and the treasury function. It will give you a wide range of managerial, technical and behavioural skills to prepare you for the role of treasurer. The core units provide tools to enable you to support the business when making investment decisions and to manage the financial risks that arise in the course of business. The optional units provide the opportunity to specialise in an area of particular relevance to you or your organisation.
This qualification is made up of the three core units and two optional units:
- Unit one: Corporate finance for treasury
- Unit two: Risk management for treasury
- Unit three: The treasury manager
- Unit four A: Financial reporting, tax and regulation for treasury (optional unit)
- Unit four B: Working capital and trade finance (optional unit)
WHAT YOU GET
The Diploma in Treasury Management (DipTM) is delivered online through the ACT Learning Academy learning management system. Study guides take you through the learning step by step. You can also download them if you want to study offline. You will have access to your online content for 24 months upon booking, giving you plenty of time to choose when you want to sit your assessment.
Each unit will take you approximately 150 hours of study time to complete, with 600 hours study required to complete the whole Diploma. We estimate you should be able to complete the course in 12 to 18 months alongside your full-time work.
HOW IS THE DIPLOMA IN TREASURY MANAGEMENT ASSESSED?
The assessment for the Diploma in Treasury Management is via a combination of assignments and examinations.
Units 1 and 2
- At the end of each unit you will take a remotely invigilated online exam.
- The exam is taken online via the ACT eAssessment Centre, and the invigilator (ProctorU) will be overseeing you through the entire assessment via webcam.
- Each unit exam is three hours in duration plus an additional 30 minute reading time.
Units 3, 4a and 4b
Unit three and the optional units are assessed by written assignments submitted online with a 6,000 word count.
The assignments are released 3-4 weeks before the published submission date via the ACT eAssessment centre and candidates are required to submit their assignments before the submission date for the session they have entered.
To complete the Diploma in Treasury Management (DipTM) you will be required to pass units 1, 2 and 3 as well as either one of 4a or 4b unless you have any exemptions.
YOUR ACT MEMBERSHIP
When booking onto the Diploma in Treasury Management you will be an affiliate member of the ACT.
Your ACT membership gives you access to lots of great things:
- subscription to The Treasurer magazine
- careers resources
- events, regional groups and webinars
- policy and technical updates
- mentoring service
Remember to take advantage of these membership benefits - they are designed to help make you a well-rounded finance professional. When you have successfully completed the diploma, you will be eligible become an Associate Member and use the designatory letters AMCT. These are the internationally recognised letters that go after your name that recruiters and employers look out for as they show you are a very credible candidate.
The ACT supports the development of professional standards and best practice both inside and outside of treasury. We do this through our competency framework, which defines the skills and competencies needed by treasury professionals to operate successfully in today’s challenging business climate, our professional qualifications and accredited programmes.
We are committed to continuing professional development (CPD), proudly so following our Royal Charter in 2013, and to helping treasurers and those with treasury responsibilities be more effective in their jobs and perform the vital role they play in business today.
Why study ACT qualifications?
The economy depends on strong financial markets which in turn need skilled and trained people to manage the cash and the risks that will ultimately drive growth in international trade. Underpinned by the ACT Competency Framework, ACT qualifications provide the practical tools and professional benchmark for skilled treasury performance and together with ACT membership, offer a trusted, credible and recognised standard.
How the qualifications have changed?
We have revised our syllabi against the new ACT Competency Framework which is the result of consultation with senior treasurers from multinational corporations, banks and learning and development teams worldwide. Mapping our qualifications against the skills and competencies of the framework means we continue to have the most up to date and relevant qualifications for real world treasury practice.
The ACT difference
Choosing to study an ACT qualification is just the start. Only once you qualify, and take up your ACT membership, can you use your designatory letters. These are what really set you apart and offer a mark of professional distinction to your employers, peers and clients. Of course there are other providers of treasury training, but your membership of the chartered body for the profession shows you are serious about your career in treasury and committed to maintaining the very highest standards.
- Certificate in Treasury Fundamentals
- Certificate in Treasury
- Diploma in Treasury Management
- Award in Cash Management Fundamentals
- Certificate in International Cash Management
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