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Course ID: 272546 Financial Forecasting
Financial Forecasting

In this hands-on seminar, you’ll delve into the critical components of forecasting and build forecasts that help power the operations, finance, production, and planning functions in your organization.

You’ll master the key components and skills to create forecasts and learn to translate and appraise the forecasts of others. In addition, you’ll understand how to interpret the meaning of any forecast, whether it’s your own company’s or that of the competition. Whether you’re new or se

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Duration 3 Days
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Course ID: 292772 Fixed Asset Management
Fixed Asset Management

Starting with establishing the importance of good fixed asset information for managing company performance, this seminar will teach you the skills, information and insights on how to make the fixed asset function a key to enhancing the company's return on fixed assets. You will learn how to make the fixed asset database accurate, how to get the cooperation of line managers and how to provide essential data for a wide range of reporting needs.

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Duration 2 Days
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Course ID: 189183 AMA2218 Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
AMA2218 Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio, and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers and how debits and credits work
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Apply accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Develop working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Use the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyze the income statement to assess
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Duration 2 Days
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