Project Financial Mgt for Non-Financial Professionals Course

Finance, Training

Start date

01/02/2021

End date

05/02/2021

Overview

Introduction

In any organization the finance function plays a key role in developing business and determining service or product costs. Proper financial management assists the organization to effectively and efficiently utilize its limited resources to achieve its objectives.  Non-financial managers are also involved in managing finance for their business functions, hence the need for them to acquire the requisite financial skills.
This course aims to equip the non-financial managers with knowledge in core financial principles and improve their financial decision making in this ever changing business environment. This course will help managers understand how the decisions they make will affect the financial performance of their organization.

Who Should Attend
This training is designed for managers who are not from the financial or accounting background but whose role involves financial decision making. This course is ideal for managers who want to acquire skills in financial processes.

Course duration
5 days

Course Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand the sources and availability of finance for an organization
  • Understand relevant financial information within the organization
  • Plan, develop, implement and control budget
  • Analyze financial statements to understand performance
  • Implement cash management practices
  • Comprehend the impact of various business decisions on the organization’s performance.

Course Content

Use the following link to view course outline and our training schedule

https://upskilldevelopment.com/project-financial-management-for-non-financial-professionals-course

What you will learn

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand the sources and availability of finance for an organization
  • Understand relevant financial information within the organization
  • Plan, develop, implement and control budget
  • Analyze financial statements to understand performance
  • Implement cash management practices
  • Comprehend the impact of various business decisions on the organization’s performance.