Finance for the Non-Financial Professional
Course Reference: SC-FNFP
This course covers the basic principles of accounting and costing, while setting the scene for the understanding of financial statements and investment, while identifying related problems. As a result, participants will be better equipped for decision making.
Learn key financial principles that you can apply at work. These will help you take decisions related to cost reduction, budgeting effectively, forecasting and planning for risks. They will also aid you in evaluating proposed projects from a financial perspective and in gathering an understanding of the importance of ratio analysis.
This course is ideal for all non-finance managers, middle managers and executives who need to improve their financial and accounting skills to take decisions and to keep themselves informed.
No Special Requirement
- An overview of financial principles
- The balance sheet
- Interpretation of accounts
- Financial ratios
- A good return
- Cost to volume
- Profit and loss accounts
- Types of budgets
- Financial jargon
- Director’s responsibility in respect to the financial statements
- Audits and auditors Investment decisions
An 8-hour course that will include a practical examples and discussions.
A digital certificate of Attendance will be given at the end of the course.