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Finance For Non Financial Managers (1 Day)    Back

AME Solutions Course Type: Short courses (CPD) Start Date: To be announced
Location: Exeter, United Kingdom Duration: Full time - 1 Day Fees/total cost: EUR 472.29 (GBP 350.00)


This finance course covers the core financial statements and provides important experience and practical examples in the following areas:

  • An Introduction to Finance Basics – Helping participants appreciate how their role as manager influences and affects finance within the organisation
  • Understanding Financial Terms – Addressing the barriers of financial jargon in order to ensure participants feel included in discussions around finance
  • Financial Statements – Providing participants with an understanding of the five accounting groups and introducing them to the three key financial statements
  • The Profit & Loss Statement (Income Statement) – A walkthrough of this statement with a focus on net profit and gross profit and why they are important
  • The Balance Sheet – Asking participants to review the balance sheet to identify what it does and does not tell them whilst ensuring they understand capital, assets and liabilities and the accounting equation
  • Cash Flow – Identifying what cash flow is, why it’s important and how the cash flow cycle works
  • The Cash Flow Statement – Understanding how to interpret a cash flow statement, who it’s important to and the categories within it (operating, investing, financing)
  • Working with Budgets – Helping participants to identify what a budget is and why it’s important to the organisation and the participant as manager
  • Budgets and the Operational Plan – Looking at the planning cycle, where the budget sits and it’s relationship with the operational plan
  • Writing a Budget – A look at budgeting methods, the different budgeting options, including variables, developing categories and defining budget line items
  • Budget Planning Practice – A practical activity that helps participants develop an effective budget plan

Short courses (CPD) - Full time

1 Day
Teaching method:
Exeter, United Kingdom
Standard applicant fee:
EUR 472.29 (GBP 350.00)

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Last update: 19/07/2016