Understanding financial information is one of the essential management skills for any business leader – but your key strengths may lie in other areas. Increasing your financial knowledge, however, will enhance your overall performance and help you get the best out of your team.
We cover the basic accounting principles – looking at everything from budget planning and cashflow, to interpreting financial accounts – and provide practical examples in a relaxed learning environment.
If you’re a manager or professional, and finance impacts your role in some way, this programme will give you a solid foundation of financial knowledge that you can carry forward throughout your career.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
Basic accounting principles and the terminology of the financial world
Business capital and the working capital cycle
Capital versus revenue expenditure
Budgetary planning and control
Presenting financial information
Interpreting annual accounts
Directors’ earnings and responsibilities
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