Financial awareness for non-finance managers - Essentials
Price in Scotland: £280 + VAT
Price in England and Online Live: £532 + VAT
Please note, due to differences regarding external costs, courses outside of Scotland are priced separately. ICAS members are eligible for a discounted price on all courses running in England & Wales.
Timing for face-to-face locations: 9.30am-4.30pm
For online live, you have the option of either choosing a full day session or choosing two morning or afternoon sessions - see below date list for timing options.
Timing for online live full day: 9.30am-4.30pm
Timing for online live morning sessions: 9.30am-12.30pm
Timing for online live afternoon sessions: 1.30pm-4.30pm
Online Live, 11 May 2021 (full day)
Online Live, 14 & 15 June 2021 (two morning sessions)
Online Live, 22 July 2021 (full day)
Online Live, 11 October 2021 (full day)
Online Live, 13 & 14 December 2021 (two morning sessions)
Manchester, 22 June 2021
London, 1 July 2021
London, 6 September 2021
Manchester, 21 October 2021
London, 1 November 2021
London, 15 December 2021
Edinburgh, 22 November 2021
What you will learn
This course is designed to give delegates an introduction to business finance in order to be able to contribute to your business's success. It will also give you an understanding of the language used by accountants and how financial statements fit together.
Learning outcomes include a greater understanding of business finance and the language used by accountants and those in finance. As well as a greater understanding of basic accounting concepts and the flow of money in an organisation.
Who should attend
This course will be of benefit to non-finance professionals, at all levels, who need to develop an understanding of business finance. All staff within a business, company, partnership or charitable organisation should have an understanding of finance in order to contribute to their organisation's success.
This course will explain, in a practical way, the financial statements of an organisation and how to read and understand them plus basic accounting concepts such as depreciation, cost behaviour, cash flow, working capital and budgeting.
- Basic financial terminology and key accounting concepts
- The flow of money in a business and how it is accounted for
- The key financial statements (profit and loss account, balance sheet and cashflow)
- The composition and contents of a set of financial statements (using real life examples)
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