As well as getting a refresher on the key financial statements – particularly the balance sheet and the profit and loss account; you will also a nine point rational model which helps to give you discipline in your financial and business planning.
Delegates consistently say that 'Advanced Finance' gives them just that little bit more business awareness than a standard course.
It is particularly popular with:
The course is particularly effective in-company because we can train to your own financial statements and financial structure, and help your staff in the effective understanding and implementation of your organisation’s financial priorities.
Companies have found it particularly useful in the following contexts:
Broadly speaking, day one is all about financial understanding, analysis and strategic review, and day two shows in practical terms how this can be effectively implemented within your organisation.
We explore financial performance in greater detail than normal, challenging you with the nine key ratios every business thinker should know.
We look at three approaches to ratios:
This gives us useful insight into the viewpoints of stakeholders, bank lenders and business partners, and operational directors with responsibility for performance, all of whom use different measures of performance.
In helping you become a more 'key player', we take you through the essentials of business planning.
To consolidate this knowledge, we take you through the key methods of implementing strategy and evaluating options, including:
We also help you to appraise the financial and business risk behind new and existing projects.
Finally, the best financial performers are also excellent communicators, and we look at right and wrong ways of communicating your financial intentions and plans to those around you. In particular, we examine how to match the financial message to your culture and audience.
|Course Duration||2 Days|