Finance for Non-Financial Managers

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Managers and line supervisors who receive management reports but are from a non-financial background. Accounts staff who prepare inputs to management information systems.

Accounting is sometimes described as the language of business. To be effective, managers need to be financially literate. They need not be experts, but need to be able to interpret figures and understand what lies behind them. The fundamentals of finance can readily be grasped in three days, by which time managers will be equipped to perform their own jobs better, communicate better with their accountants and contribute better to the management team.


  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Location: IMI Campus
  • Next Programme: 08.10.2014
Fee (Corporate Member) Fee (Non Member)
€1,530 €1,890

Email us today at programmeadvisors@imi.ie

Next programme:

08, 09 & 10 October 2014

Subsequent programme dates:

09, 10 & 11 December 2014

 

 

  • Accounting principles and financial objectives
  • Understanding annual and management accounts
  • Interpreting the balance sheet
  • Simplifying the operating statement
  • Using ratios
  • Evaluating companies’ performance
  • Managing cash-flow
  • Appraising capital investment
  • Recovering overheads
  • Planning through break-even analysis
  • Costing for decision making
  • Budgeting for the future

Learning Outcomes

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Appreciate the role and limitations of finance
  • Analyse your company’s performance
  • Control your department more effectively
  • Enhance your decision making
  • Spot and manage financial risks
  • Communicate more effectively with your finance department

Faculty

Course Director – Alistair Tosh, Head of Open Enrolment Programmes, IMI

Contributor – Cormac Lucy, Consultant

Email us today at programmeadvisors@imi.ie

Next programme:

08, 09 & 10 October 2014

Subsequent programme dates:

09, 10 & 11 December 2014

 

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