A fundamental workshop focusing on financial standards, terminology and methods required by non-financial managers and director

It is essential that managers today adapt to the new economic reality – Unpredictable and volatile. Finance know-how would be a critical skill every manager must have to become better informed of their business activities. This program teaches participants how to commercially justify a business request, quantify their contributions to the company and spot profit drains immediately. At the end of the day, managers are judged on their business values, usually in dollars and cents. 
From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this course covers concepts, tools and techniques that can help make each decision pay off; on the job and on the bottom line.
Become a more proficient and finance enabled to improve overall management of the department or team 
This interactive session will help you improve your management proficiency and increase what you can do with financial know-how. By having fundamental financial capabilities, you would be able to deliver improved business performance. Attend this masterclass to gain finance knowledge and skills required to run a team, department or organisation. 
By attending, delegates can expect to: 
  • Examining differences between the business manager’s role versus the role of the accountant
  • Understanding financial statements - Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow and more
  • Understanding key accounting concepts - Accruals, Prepayments, Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Depreciation and more
  • Enhance Expense Control through improved interpretation of financial data


View All


This exclusive workshop which has been tailored with an excellent combination of standards, methodologies, tools and techniques.  This workshop aims to provide you with a fundamental working knowledge of finance. Attend this workshop to gain first-hand insights into how you can use finance more effectively in your day to day activities. 

  1. Understand how to read and interpret financial statements
  2. Identify and analyse key financial performance indicators
  3. Apply financial tools and techniques to measure, and evaluate business performance, including for your competitors
  4. Assess different techniques for preparing cash flow projections


Delegates often attend this as part of their learning curve as a team, department or organisation leader. Corporate leadership requires finance know-how to interpret, analyse and make sense of financial information. By understanding finance, corporate leaders not only manage their roles better but at the same time, they will be more confident when speaking to the head of finance. 

Related events

Share this page