A Masterclass in Finance for non Financial Managers
1 Day Programme
Finance is an inescapable part of business, which is why it is so important for businesses of all shapes and sizes to understand how it works. This 1 day Masterclass in Finance for Non Financial Managers course is suitable for owners of SME's, Business Managers and anyone in Managerial positions who are required to deal with Budgets, Profit and Loss Statements, Cash Flow and other financial data as part of their role. The course is designed to break down technical financial jargon for managers who need to interpret financial documentation and understand how their day-to-day business decisions impact on their business.
Finance for non Financial Managers
Introduction and Course Overview
Your Role in Your Company Finances
What is Finance?
Getting to Know the Players
Record Keeping Terminology
• Accounting • GAAP • Bookkeeping
The Balance Sheet
• Balance Sheet Overview • Balance Sheet Terms • Assets and Liabilities • Fixed vs Current Assets • Liabilities and Equity
Profit and Loss (Income) Statement
• Service and Sales Income • Methods of Recording Transactions
Cash Flow Statement
• Format of a Cash Flow Statement • Credit Terms and Discounts
Analysing Financial Statements
• Ratio Analysis
• Defining a Budget • Preparing a Budget • Types of Budget
The Human Aspect
SUITABILITY - WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This course is targeted at any member of staff who are looking to gain a better understanding of Finance, for example Managing Budgets, Profit and Loss Statements, Cash Flow and other Financial data that forms part of their role.
Where do you want to study this course?
London, EC1N 2NQ, Liverpool, L1 1RH, Manchester, M1 3NJ, Leeds, LS1 5NS, Warrington, WA2 7FW
9:00am - 5:00pm, 9:30am - 4:30pm, 9:30am - 5:00pm
Certificate of Attendance
The course trainer worked at a good pace and didn't move on until we all understood. All of the course gave a great understanding of the financial role of my job.
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