Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

  • Professional Effectiveness
  • Course Code: 32218

Build financial acumen that will help you minimize risk and maximize profit.

Get a grip on what those numbers and financial documents really mean. Speak the language of finance and make decisions which support the bottom line. The truth is, no matter how great your management style or how innovative your ideas, your performance in today’s economy will be measured in dollars and cents.

This course is available Live Online

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How You Will Benefit

  • Identify and describe the different methods of accounting
  • Read, understand and evaluate financial statements
  • Analyze annual reports to determine an organization's true financial picture
  • Differentiate between fixed and variable costs and plan for profit
  • Review and analyze capital expenditure budgets and operating budgets and understand the function of the capital budget
  • Increase confidence in your decisions that impact the bottom line
  • Budget more effectively
  • Be able to understand and speak the language of finance and accounting
  • Minimize and manage risk
  • Build a strong management team who make decisions with due consideration for financial impact

Course Features

  • Hands-on activities to engage participants in demonstrating skills 
  • Job aid(s) and tip sheets to take back to the workplace
  • Sample business reports and documents for applied learning

 

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries seeking to gain a better understanding of the financial elements of their jobs.

 

161 Reviews 4 Star

Course Reviews

  • Past Participant, Veoneer Canada Inc Aug 21, 2019

    Course was good. Instructor was very engaging. It was clear he knew his stuff and knew how to teach as well. I felt that the material on how to read a financial report was interesting but not so relevant to my job. Could have used less of that. I was able to stick to my No-Caffeine rule in spite of what was arguably a very dry subject. He's a keeper in my opinion.

  • Past Participant, Rowes Construction Dec 11, 2019

  • Past Participant, Rowes Construction Dec 6, 2019

    Given the smaller class size and similar backgrounds I would have liked to see more similar examples of businesses in the same industry. It does help to have a financial background

  • Past Participant, Hay River Liquor Retailer Dec 11, 2019

  • Trish Best, The Regional Municipality of Durham Dec 19, 2019

    It was a lot of material in a short period of time. Luckily our facilitator was amazing. Aadil was very expressive and wow is he ever intelligent! he really knows his stuff and he wanted to make sure we understood what we were learning.eat a good breakfast, you're going to learn a lot.

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