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This finance course helps to demystify financial management for people who aren't in financial roles within their organisation.
Our Finance for Non-Financial Managers course is for managers who need to understand the financial impact of their day-to-day business decisions. Attending this course is crucial for managers who don't want to, or aren't able to rely on people in specific financial roles.
This training course will also help non-financial managers to gain a better understanding of the financial implications that different decisions within the company can have - good or bad.
The finance for non-financial managers course explains key concepts that will allow learners to ascertain what they need to know from financial statements. The course achieves this by providing an understanding of the main financial reports they will see within their organisation and ways of interpreting them using basic key performance indicators.
Delegates will learn how to financially appraise capital investments, enabling them to make and justify business decisions without the assistance of people who hold financial roles within the company.
Improved understanding of common financial concepts
Analytical skills to interpret key aspects of financial statements
Knowledge of the importance of control over ‘Working Capital’
Improved cost analysis and control
The confidence and ability to prepare budgets avoiding common pitfalls
The ability to ask the ‘right’ questions
The definitions of commonly used financial terms
The importance of financial reporting – Understand statutory, management and third party requirements
Accounting concepts – Profit, cash flow, depreciation and other key concepts
The financial statements – Profit & Loss account (Income Statement), balance sheet (Position Statement)
The impact of taxation
Working Capital – The importance of control over each component
Cost analysis – Analyse costs using both presentation and relationship bases, including break-even
Capital Investment appraisal – Apply common techniques and be able to evaluate
Budgeting – Avoiding common errors in preparing budgets
Financial information – Common ratios defined, basis of calculation and their interpretation
This course forms part of the Chartered Management Institute Level 5 Certificate in Management and Leadership. The qualification is aimed at practising middle or senior managers and provides the opportunity to develop and accredit management and leadership skills.
You can achieve a Level 5 Award in Management and Leadership by completing a written assessment after this course.
Anyone attending this course will be able to accredit their learning towards these qualifications. Talk to one of our learning advisers on 0800 170 7777 to find out how you can get qualified.
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A standard course will include exactly the content shown in the outline. A tailored course can be customised, for example to include your own case studies or terminology. A bespoke course is re-written from scratch to match your organisation's needs exactly.
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