Financial Awareness Training Course for Non-Finance
We offer tailored and bespoke in-house financial awareness trainingfor non-finance professional and non-finance managers.
Does your team need an awareness of financial matters?
Are they confused by the financial terminology used byaccountants?
Do they need to communicate confidently on financial matters?
Do they have budget responsibility and need some guidance?
Do they want to understand what the accountants are up to?
We can help your team understand finance using simple andinteresting training techniques.
If you need an introduction to finance, general financial awarenessor to enhance existing financial understanding you have come toright place.
Our training can be tailored to office juniors, accountingtrainees, managers, senior managers, directors or even chiefexecutives.
Please note this is an in-house corporate course offered directly to organisations.
Our financial fluency courses dispel the myths of finance and are agreat introduction into the financial accounting world.
Our seven step path to financial awareness and understanding givesan illustration of the type of financial awareness training courseswe deliver. We select the most relevant content and tailor it toyour business.
1. Understand the financial consequences of running abusiness
Business owners, managers and employees need to have a basic levelof financial awareness to help their business succeed.
2. Get to grips with accounting fundamentals
It's important to know basic financial terminology and concepts andto be familiar with the main financial statements produced by abusiness.
3. Know what makes a profit
Profit is the raison d'être for most businesses. Knowing how tomake and increase profit is one of the key ingredients for businesssuccess.
4. Manage the cash
Profit is sanity but cash is reality . Without cash a businesscannot survive for long. Effective cash management will help abusiness to endure.
5. Prepare and use a financial budget as part of yourplanning
Many business's invest considerable time in budgeting but few do itsuccessfully. Some simple and practical tips can improve theprocess.
6. Evaluate opportunities financially
Business's should use established techniques to help decide whetheror not to commit time, resource and money on investmentopportunities.
7. Measure the performance of the business
A successful businesses can be judged by the size of its marketvalue. Its performance can be measured by using financialratios.