CBI is an elective subject.
Based on a fully updated study guide, CBI covers many of the contemporary business issues that a finance professional pursuing a career in business needs to be aware of and knowledgeable about.
This subject is a popular one and its course content is very useful for building a wider career in business / finance.
Cliff has been tutoring CBI for many years and has an impressive track record in achieving excellent results for his students.
CBI is a very broad subject with an extensive vocabulary. Cliff has developed innovative tools and techniques to help you really understand the subject matter, including digital crosswords and a data bank of MCQs.
View the video below to see what’s in CBI.
In the News:
A June 2021 ABC article: ‘Bitcoin and beyond’ contained this startling admission:
“Because the technology is still so relatively new, even people who claim to understand how blockchain works can struggle to explain it to others. I attended one of the biggest blockchain meet-ups in the world, in Manhattan two years ago,” Griffith University ICT expert Professor Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy said. “In the opening statement the organiser said the previous year, they had 17,000 people show up and two of them could explain what blockchain was. This year, they said, we hope it will be four.”
Join Cliff’s class and find out how Blockchains, AI and contemporary Business Models really work and how to explain them to others.
– Classes can be arranged with individual Tutors
– Please call 0405730611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutor: Cliff Bowles ACMA; TAE Tutoring CPA students since 2014
Cliff’s professional experience covers financial management roles (from finance manager to the controller, consulting, including financial risk and international mining; training, covering the VET, professional accounting and corporate sectors. Recently he has concentrated on developing training courseware and online applications for eLearning, as well as managing online webinar programs.
Cliff has a CBI database of about 150 of his own exam prep questions and runs the quizzes in Moodle so they are timed and he can give feedback on questions that are consistently answered incorrectly.
Cliff also provides digital crosswords for each module to help reinforce the meaning of words found in the SG.
Cliff also provides interactive stories to help with understanding concepts. For example on Page 92 of the SG you will find a sensemaking model called the Weick model. It can be difficult to understand this as there is not a real life example provided in the SG. An interactive story provides an example with students choosing from different options at each stage of the model.