Online Courses


CFMA's on demand courses provide the education you need to advance your knowledge and career. Covering a broad range of industry topics, from the Basics of Construction Accounting, to Contracts 101 and the finer points of Treasury Management, there is something for every level construction financial professional.

Programs run 2-8 hours in length and are segmented into 2-hour modules. Purchase an on demand course and receive 24/7 access to content and materials.

(On Demand courses do not offer CPE credits.)


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Work In Progress: A Deep Dive & Advanced Perspective of WIP - Day I


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360 View of Your WIP - Day II360 View of Your WIP - Day II

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360 View of Your WIP - Day II


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360 View of Your WIP - Day I360 View of Your WIP - Day I

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360 View of Your WIP - Day I


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Project Management Fundamentals for Construction Financial Professionals - Session 2


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Project Management Fundamentals for Construction Financial Professionals - Session 1


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The Basics of Construction Accounting - Session 4


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The Basics of Construction Accounting - Session 3


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The Basics of Construction Accounting - Session 2


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The Basics of Construction Accounting - Session 1


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Treasury Management Part IV: Budgeting & Reporting


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In Part IV, we will cover the alignment of a company’s budgeting process with its annual strategic plans and objectives. Developing enterprise and departmental budgets will be discussed, along with providing the periodic reporting that management needs to effectively manage the business.

Learning Objectives
After attending this module, you will be able to:

  • Identify the process, tools and strategies used in developing enterprise budgets
  • Describe the process for developing and utilizing backlog and burn-off schedules
  • Describe the types of information that management and operations needs to see
  • Discuss the financial reporting systems used by construction companies, including the use of key performance indicators.

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