Finance for non-finance professionals

Summary

Every organisation worldwide, whether in the public, private or voluntary sector, produces regular financial statements. Everyone in the organisation should be able to read and understand these statements but if you don't speak 'accountancy' then this task can be difficulty. This course will give you the key words you need from the 'language' of accountancy so that you can read, understand and interpret those statements in a meaningful way.

Venue details:  
Belfast, The Linenhall, 32-38 Linenhall Street, Belfast
Start date & time:  
12 December 2019 13:30
End date & time:  
12 December 2019 17:30
Price: €86.13  (€81.82 Member price)
By registering for this course you have accepted the terms and conditions
Training ticket cost:  
4.00
CPD hours:  
4.00
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Una McDevitt

Description

Product type:  
CPD course
Category:  
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Who should attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn the language of accountancy to enable them read, understand and interpret the three key financial statements.

Course overview

  • A range of financial statements will be examined to identify the key elements
  • The difference between profit and cash will be explained
  • Key accounting words commonly used in financial reporting will be explained and explored
  • Practical exercises will explain the key concepts underlying accountancy
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Key learning outcomes

  • A range of financial statements will be examined to identify the key elements
  • The difference between profit and cash will be explained
  • Key accounting words commonly used in financial reporting will be explained and explored
  • Practical exercises will explain the key concepts underlying accountancy
  • Enter any content that you want to repeat, including other content controls. You can also insert this control around table rows in order to repeat parts of a table.