Understanding and interpreting financial information is crucial in making strategic decisions with regard to pricing policies, financial planning and controlling, as well as in measuring, monitoring and evaluating projects. This 3-day seminar, through a series of mini case studies and real life examples, will help you to put in place the concepts, principles and techniques needed in the management process and decision making.
The aim of this 3-day seminar is to provide participants with knowledge and understanding of the ways finance affects business objectives and strategic decision making.
Participants will become familiar with the form, content and analysis of financial statements and the main accounting principles and techniques. Participants will be in a position to communicate comfortably with Financial Executives and discuss effectively the financial performance of the organization.
This course will also guide participants to recognize the importance of cost control, break even and variance analysis and how these affect the performance of the organization.
In detail the following subjects will be covered:
- Accounting principles
- Presentation of financial statements
- Cash flow statements (including IAS 7)
- Interpretation of financial statements
- Standard costing and variance analysis
- Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) analysis
The seminar is based on a series on mini case studies and real file examples will participants to put in place the concepts, principles and application of techniques needed in the management process and decision making.
This seminar is addressed for managers, senior and executive staff in any industry, that need to enhance and consolidate their financial skills, as well as other non-financial professionals that would like to acquire fundamental accounting and finance knowledge through practical tools and explanations.
To register for this seminar, please click here to download the enrollment form. Complete and email to [email protected].
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