One Day Essential Accounting Courses
In a recent EY Survey of 669 UK/European companies, 65% stated that the main business priority was ‘managing costs’; closely followed by ‘improving financial controls’ (57%).
Understanding basic financial documents used in business.
- Interpret financial information better
- Manage day-to-day business activity.
- Be more effective in your managerial role.
- Understanding of income statements and statement of financial position
- Understanding your financial position
- Controlling cash
- Using Budgets to manage business activity
“The BCU trainer was an excellent trainer; his industry experience and ‘real world’ approach was most helpful, as was his ability to tailor examples to my current role. I would recommend the courses to anyone who is new to financial responsibilities.”
David Prosser-Davies, Food, Safety and Licensing Manager, Cannock Chase Council
“The BCU trainer delivered the session well and was very interactive, making sense of the finance training using scenarios personal to our workplaces.”
That is why Birmingham City University Business School are offering you short, comprehensive one-day finance training courses designed for those looking for a better understanding of key financial processes that will shape the future of your business
Covering Finance for non-financial managers and budgets, these two courses will teach you the essential skills required to run your finances smoothly and give you the confidence to deal with the vital information necessary to help your business grow.
Licenced by the AAT and delivered by qualified accountants and lecturers who have years of commercial experience, the courses deliver practical skills that can be applied immediately.
The courses will cost:
- £185 (plus VAT) for one programme
- £350 (plus VAT) if you book onto both the Finance for non-financial managers and the budgets courses.
The training programme runs for one day and you’ll receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the programme.
To enquire about the course, please contact Paul Caulfield - Paul.Caulfield@bcu.ac.uk