Why choose this programme?

To move from manager to leader, you need to build a solid foundation in financial knowledge to interpret figures and understand what lies behind them.

In this programme, you will achieve a greater understanding of how finances influence your organisation’s strategy, structure, people and systems.

This programme is for you if…

You want to find the facts
behind the figures and converse on financial matters at a senior level.

In Brief

Next start date: Next start date:
22 February 2021
Location: Location:
Online
Duration: Duration:
3 days
Seniority: Seniority:
Early to Mid Career
Non-member fee: Non-member fee:
€2,075
Member fee: Member fee:
€1,695

Finance for Non-Financial Managers

Programme 1 Dates

22, 23  & 24 February 2021

Finance for Non-Financial Managers will be delivered via the IMI Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to your desktop. This virtual experience is designed according to the same transformational, learner-centred philosophy that underpins our classroom experience.

Programme 2 Dates

07, 08 & 09 June 2021

Finance for Non-Financial Managers will be delivered via the IMI Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to your desktop. This virtual experience is designed according to the same transformational, learner-centred philosophy that underpins our classroom experience.

Key takeaways

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Understand and Influence

Be able to communicate on financial matters at all levels. Gain a firm grasp of the fundamentals of finance and a new financial vocabulary.

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Strategic Decisions

Inform your thinking from a new angle and better influence your organisation’s strategy, structure, people and systems.

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Analyse And Control

Better understand and control your organisation’s performance. Spot warning signs and opportunities quicker.

Programmes themes

Explore these themes over three days:
  • 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.