Accounting and Finance

Each of these courses can be tailored or customized to your specific needs.

Examining the Balance Sheet – Foundations

To understand a balance sheet, professionals must grasp its vital components. This introductory class examines assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity.

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Examining the Balance Sheet – Advanced

Part two of this introduction to balance sheets explains how assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity are used to create the most accurate financial snapshot possible.

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Financial Analysis for Business Strategy

Strategic business decisions are rooted in sound financial management principles. In this exploration of financial decisions, participants learn cost analysis, capital budgeting, and financial analysis, including cost behavior and cost drivers in organizations, Cost-Volume-Profit and Break-Even analyses, and What-If and Sensitivity analyses.

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Forecasting and Budgeting

Learn how to avoid common budgeting pitfalls in this seminar on forecasting for non-financial managers. Armed with tools to forecast revenue and resource needs, participants learn the advantages of various budget types used in business today and identify procedures for variance analysis, monitoring, and budget adherence.

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Managerial Finance – Foundations

Learn the fundamental principles and terminology of finance in part one of a managerial finance overview. Non-financial managers explore the creation of financial statements, management of financial assets, and basic techniques of financial and business analysis.

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Managerial Finance – Advanced

In part two, non-financial managers obtain deeper insights into fiscal principles, including cash management, the time value of money, and discounted cash flow.

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