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There is a great deal of benefit to entering into Chartered Financial Analyst Training courses, and one of the most impressive is cost. If you are concerned that your business can't necessarily afford to send your fund managers through this program, you can put those fears to rest. The cost of the entire CFA program is generally less than a single course in the MBA programs at most facilities.
The CFA program is designed as a self-study course, which your employees can complete on a volunteer basis on their own time. The cost of the course is such that your business could easily provide tuition and testing cost assistance as an incentive for your employees to participate in a continuing education program. It has been recommended by some in the industry, in fact, that completing a course of Chartered Financial Analyst Training may be more effective and make more sense than obtaining an MBA. Having both distinctions is certainly sometime to consider, but if you have to select one or the other, you may want to consider helping your employees obtain a CFA first. The process takes several years to complete and graduates must pass three exams to receive the certification. The resources on the left side of this page can help you discover more about obtaining the proper CFA training for yourself, or your staff.