Become a certified Fathom Advisor

Set you and your team up to get the most out of Fathom. A free, simple and easy solution to implement Fathom into your practice.

Trusted worldwide for over 10 years

80,000+ businesses use Fathom to forecast, report and consolidate
Paul Barnes

Gain a deep understanding of Fathom

  • Free for you and your staff
  • The certification only takes an average of 6 hours, and it can be completed at your own pace
  • The course is divided into sections, covering all elements of Fathom including analysis, forecasting and reporting

Confidently serve your clients

  • Become more proficient with Fathom, allowing you to offer greater value to your clients
  • Train your team easily and effectively for free
  • View how-to videos or read comprehensive guides

  • Gain credit towards CPD
“Even after using Fathom for four years, I feel like I learned some new things that I didn't know.”
Ellen Elpers
Implementation Manager, Milestone Business Solutions

Frequently asked questions

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Who is it for?

The course is tailored to accountants seeking to improve their knowledge of Fathom and gain confidence across the app. You can also take advantage of the course if you work in a business.

From those who have just started with Fathom through to experienced users, the course provides fresh insights for all stages of the Fathom journey.

There are no prerequisites or necessary advanced preparation for this course.

What does the course cover?

The course covers all elements of Fathom from the basics of setting up, to three-way cash flow forecasting. There are five sections in total, each containing between 1-12 modules.

Learning Objectives:
- Identify the functional areas of Fathom, where financial and non-financial data can be sourced and updated from, and which data can be accessed by specific user permissions
- Identify the options available for customising a company or group’s Chart of Accounts and KPIs, exchange rates, and performing eliminations adjustments
- Recognize the types of information accessible in the Fathom Analysis tools
- Identify the options available for referencing and reporting on financial and non-financial data within Fathom and customising & sharing reports
- Identify the types of forecast that can be created in Fathom, which information is accessible in a forecast, and various ways in which a forecast can be customised or calculated

How do I sign up?

If you already have a Fathom account, log into your account at and select the ‘?’ icon in the black bar at the top of the page. Then select ‘Certification’ from the drop down menu to create a Certification account and register for the course.

If you do not yet have a Fathom account, create a free 14 day trial account (no payment information necessary) at Once you’ve created a trial account, log into Fathom at and select the ‘?’ icon in the black bar at the top of the page. Then select ‘Certification’ from the drop down menu to create a Certification account and register for the course.

If you have any trouble accessing the Certification course, then please send an email to

For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please contact our offices at +1 844 944 9328.

What continued professional development does it cover?

CPD, UK, 6 hours
CPD, AUS, accredited
CPE: 6.5 CPE Credit*

Attendance Requirements: To earn CPE credit, the course and final assessment must be completed within one year of registering for the course.
*In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE Credits have been granted on a 50-minute hour

What do I receive as a Fathom Certified Advisor?

Once you become a Fathom Certified Advisor, you’ll receive a certificate and badge. You can showcase your badge in your email signature and social channels, including updating your ‘Licences and Certifications’ section on your LinkedIn account.
“After completing the certification, we realised there are so many elements to Fathom, and we’re not using it to the best of its ability.”
Aaron Sutton
Garbutt & Elliott LLP