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Finance for Non-Financial Managers

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Improve your financial skills and acumen.

Employees with limited financial skills make daily decisions in business that 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. This programme uses practical exercises and interpretation of financial statements, and it helps delegates gain the necessary financial skills to ‘lift the veil’ surrounding financial data.

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Application Dates

Applications Open 

24 September 2021

Applications Close

15 August 2022

Admission is based on professional requirements to attain new or enhance your skills.

Minimum Requirements
  • This programme is designed to provide non-financial managers with practical financial skills and understanding of corporate finance and accounting practices; and
  • It is assumed that delegates on the Finance for Non-Financial Managers (FNFM) course will have no formal accounting or financial skills and knowledge prior to attending this programme.

No formal education qualifications are required.

Fees

Total Tuition Fee 

R19 900


GIBS does not charge VAT on tuition fees and all prices are subject to change.

Please click here for a quote/proforma invoice.


Special Requirements

Special Needs: If you have a special need or disability, GIBS will look into accommodating this. However, it is a requirement that the student will need to provide medical certificates and supporting documentation as requested by the GIBS Admissions Office. We recommend you contact execed@gibs.co.za before you complete your application. Religious Observance: Observant students must contact the GIBS Admissions Office before you start your application to ascertain if or how your specific needs may be accommodated. 



Admission Process
Step 1

Complete your online application form. Please refer to the top right corner of the webpage to apply.

Step 2

Submit your online application. 


Step 3

Application is processed and you will receive a reference number after your application is successfully received.

Step 4

Successful applicants will receive a letter of acceptance. 


Step 5

The invoice will be issued and payment is to be made. 



Please ensure the billing details are correct when completing the application form as any request to make amendments will delay your application. Ensure you have the VAT number should your company be funding the tuition fees.




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How will you benefit from this financial programme:

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.​​




Programme Financial Skills 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 skills
  • Discounted cash flows
  • Valuation principles
  • Creating value


Who should study this financial programme?
  • This programme is designed to provide non-financial managers with practical financial skills and understanding of corporate finance and accounting practices; and
  • It is assumed that delegates on the Finance for Non-Financial Managers (FNFM) course will have no formal accounting or financial skills and knowledge prior to attending this programme.​

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