Finance for Non-Financial Professionals- 24 January 2020

No-one in business will succeed if they are not financially literate – and no business will succeed without financially-literate people. This is the ideal programme for Managers, HR Personnel, SMEs, Officials within the Hospitality Industry , Lawyers  and many others who don’t necessarily have a financial qualification or background but who nonetheless need a greater understanding of the financial management disciplines essential to their organisation.

Instructed by: Robert Delia. in:

Seminar Description

No-one in business will succeed if they are not financially literate – and no business will succeed without financially-literate people. This is the ideal programme for Managers, HR Personnel, SMEs, Officials within the Hospitality Industry , Lawyers   and many others who don’t necessarily have a financial qualification or background but who nonetheless need a greater understanding of the financial management disciplines essential to their organisation.

Qualifies for 6 CPE Professional hours under the core competency area.

Course Fee
The course fee is €110.00 Members, €125.00 Non-Members. The fee covers course participation, coffee break, networking brunch and access to event resources. A receipt will be issued to all participants.

Early Bird offer.  Book and pay by the 15 December and benefit from a 20% discount

Parking Facilities
Participants are advised to make use of the venue’s car park. Parking space in the car park is available on a first come, first served basis. Parking is also available close to the venue.

Events Resources
Participants will receive the event resources by email.

Additional Information
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08.45 Registration

09.00 The strategic importance of Finance

  • The strategic business finance environment.
  • Understanding internal controls.

11.00 Coffee break

11.30  Analysing and Understanding Financial Performance

  • Nature and interpretation of financial statements.
  • Review organisation’s financial performance.

13.30 Networking Brunch

14.30  Using Financial Information for Decision-Making Purposes

  • Use budgetary control to compare actual against planned performance.
  • Interpret profit and cash budgets for decision-making purposes.
  • The nature and importance of variance analysis.

16.30 Questions and Conclusion

 

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