The Financial Management course is designed to develop participants with the key finance skills they need in a business context. Participants will learn about budgeting, cash flow, financial statements and cost-cutting to make sure they implement successful business management practices.
This course will make participants learn about how businesses make financial decisions and study international financial markets.
At the end of this course, you will learn how to:
Navigate the landscape of tax from income tax and VAT, to workers’ compensation. Understand and interpret income statements, balance sheets and cash-flow statements.
Identify, evaluate, implement and monitor the potential value of investments in long-lived assets. Manage the impact that working capital has on the cash flow of an organisation.
Navigate the increasing complexities of banking laws, compliance regulations, finance products, corporate finance, forecasting, and evaluation.
Determine the value of financial assets, analyze the financial decisions of a corporation, and evaluate credit and interest rate risk.
This course will concentrate on the following areas
Financial markets and trading
The financial goal of a firm
Taxation and policies
Understanding financial statements
Analysing financial statements
Profit planning and control
The time value of money
Managing working capital
Course Fee: $65
Course Duration: 4 Weeks
Mode Of Learning: Online and On Campus
How To Pay: Online Payment, Bank Transfer or Mobile Money.
Certification: You will be issued a Certificate in Financial Management at the completion of your course.