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Accounting, Financial Statements Analysis & Financial Communication Training

Evaluation and Interpretation of Financial Position and Performance,
Communication of Financial Information for Effective Management and decision making


This Finance & Accounting training course will provide a comprehensive illustration of how accounting information is collected, recorded, how it is analysed and presented both internally and externally, to support effective management, control, and decision making. This is important because key personnel in an organization use accounting information which is often said to be the ‘language of business’; hence it is essential to understand and to be able to use this language.

 This training course will also introduce delegates to the systems and structures of financial and management accounting and their value in ensuring the success of the business. Delegates will be exposed to, and enjoy an ‘MBA Level’ experience in terms of content, instruction, discussion, and team exercises. This training course will consider the key risks that organisations face in today’s uncertain economic, political, and physical environment. Effective risk management is of vital importance in the global business environment. This training Seminar will also explore how organisations may analyse, manage and mitigate / minimise their exposures to both business and financial risk.
This training will include:

  • The finance function, and financial and management accounting systems
  • The income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement
  • How to accurately determine product or service costs
  • Accounting techniques for effective decision making
  • Using budgets to control the business
  • The value of the annual report and accounts and other sources of key financial information
  • Use of a range of tools and techniques to analyse and evaluate financial position and financial performance
  • Effective acquisition and use of financial resources
  • Analysis and valuation of capital investment projects and businesses
  • Analysis and management of business and financial risk

Impact to you and your Organization:

  • Prepare income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement
  • Explain the difference between profit and cash flow
  • Interpret cost behaviour and its impact on product costing
  • Use accounting techniques to improve profitability and efficiency
  • Construct functional and departmental budgets
  • Analyse and interpret an organisation’s annual report and accounts
  • Use ratio analysis to evaluate financial position and financial performance
  • Use analytical techniques to forecast future performance
  • Critically evaluate the impact on financial position
  • Performance of the subjective nature of accounting policies
  • Identify the impact of profit, cash flow and risk on capital investment projects and business valuations

Who should Attend

  • Financial Planning & Control Staff
  • Financial Professionals, RD Professionals, Sales /
  • Marketing Professionals,
  • General Accounting Professionals,
  • Business Unit Professionals
  • Those with direct or indirect financial responsibilities
  • Those who have to run departments and budgetary plans, and who are responsible for cost and strategic analysis, designing and managing a budgetary system
  • Those from all sectors of industry, irrespective of functional responsibilities, but particularly those involved in manufacturing, production, engineering or sales
  • Those working in a project management environment

Compressed  Key Topics (Please contact us for a full Program Outline)

Introduction to Accounting
Accounting Reports
Management Accounting for Control and Decision-Making
Communicating the Plan through Budgeting
Measuring Performance to Inform Decision Making
Introduction to Advanced Financial Analysis
Analysing the Annual Report And Accounts

​Analytical Tools, Cash vs. Profit and the Cash Forecast