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Finance for Non-Financial Managers: Online

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Improve your understanding of financial management and how to use financial statements to improve your decision making. 

Decisions employees make daily in business often have a notable impact on the organisation's financial standing.

However, many people do not understand the importance of assessing how their decisions impact the organisation's bottom-line. Not being able to interpret financial statements fuels this lack of understanding.

This programme is for those who want to improve their understanding of the financial ramifications of their decisions – whether these relate to an impact on the income statement, balance sheet or cash-flow statement. Through interactive virtual sessions, practical exercises and interpretation of financial statements, this course will help delegates to ‘lift the veil’ surrounding financial data.

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Additional information:
  • Duration: 6 half days
  • Dates: 11-12, 14, 17, 19 and 21 August 2020
  • 6 live Zoom sessions
Online sessions:
  • Times: 09h00 - 13h00
  • 4 hours for each session

Badging

Upon completion, you will receive a link to the independently verifiable digital credential for the course, which you can use on your LinkedIn profile.

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How you will benefit:

At the end of this programme, you should be able to:

  • Plan more effectively as to take the financial impact of your decisions into consideration;
  • Identify what causes and drives costs;
  • Gain insight into working capital management;
  • Apply key ratios and performance measures;
  • Understand growth, cash-flow and profitability considerations;
  • Implement the concept of contribution and marginal costing;
  • Calculate discounted cash-flow and capital costs; and
  • Comprehend the principles of valuation and value creation from an economic perspective.​​

Key Focus Areas

  • Introduction to annual financial statements;
  • Case studies analysis
  • Cost allocations, Marginal cost and Capital costs
  • Break-even analysis
  • Working capital management
  • Financial planning
  • Discounted cash flows
  • Valuation principles
  • Creating value


Who should attend?
  • This programme is designed to provide managers in non-financial positions with a practical understanding of finance and accounting; and
  • It is assumed that delegates will have no formal accounting or finance knowledge prior to attending this programme.​
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