Finance for non-financial managers (one-day training)

This training programme will help you to understand basic financial documents used in business. You’ll learn how to interpret the information in these documents and use this knowledge to manage day-to-day business activity. This will enable you to be more effective in your managerial role.

What it covers

  • Understanding the income statement account and statement of financial position.
  • Using information from the income statement account and statement of financial position.
  • Controlling cash.
  • Using budgets to manage business activity.

Skills you'll gain

After completing the finance for non-financial managers training programme, you'll be able to:

  • understand basic financial documents used in business
  • interpret the information in these documents, and use it to manage day-to-day business activity
  • be more effective in your managerial role.

Length and certification

The training programme runs for one day. You’ll receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the programme.

 

Thursday 28 May Live online course – Mellor Financial Training 1 day £299 (+VAT)
Wednesday 3 June Live online course – Mellor Financial Training 1 day £299 (+VAT)
Friday 5 June London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Wednesday 10 June Live online course – Mellor Financial Training 1 day £299 (+VAT)
Thursday 25 June Live online course – Mellor Financial Training 1 day £299 (+VAT)
Friday 10 July London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Wednesday 22 July Bournemouth – Arnold Accounting & Bookkeeping Services Ltd 1 day £200
Friday 7 August Cambridge – GBC Learning Cambridge 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Friday 28 August London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Friday 25 September London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Friday 16 October London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Friday 6 November London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
Friday 18 December London – Pitman Training 1 day £275 (+VAT)
1. Understanding the income statement account and statement of financial position
  • What is included in a statement of financial position.
  • What is included in an income statement account.
  • The differences between the above two financial statements.
2. Using information form the income statement account and statement of financial position 
  • How to interpret information from an income statement account and statement of financial position.
  • Ratio analysis.
  • How to interpret using ratio analysis.
  • How to use selected ratios to interpret information in financial statements.
  • The limitations of ratio analysis.
3. Controlling cash
  • Why cash doesn’t equal profit.
  • What you can do to ensure there’s sufficient cash within the business.
4. Using budgets to manage business activity 
  • How budgets help with day to day business management.
  • How to interpret information in a budget.

Delivery options

This AAT Essentials training programme can be delivered either as an open training programme or in-house for your staff.

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