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Finance for Non-Financial Managers (FNFM)

Are you in Sales and Marketing, Warehousing and Logistics, Engineering, Operations, Human Resources or perhaps in another non-financial management role? If so, this programme is for you! Finance for Non-Financial Managers (FNFM) is designed to develop financial literacy and create a better understanding of your contribution to strategic decision making.

This programme aims to unscramble the conundrums of reading financial statements, capital budgeting and the importance of cash flow. It will provide a more structured approach to sales and product forecasting, budgeting and measurement of performance against budgets. This programme will empower you, and give you confidence when communicating with accounting and finance professionals in your organisation.

How you will benefit. You will learn to:

  • Speak the language of finance, understanding terms such as budgeting, forecasting, working capital, triple bottom line reporting, etc.
  • Engage with financial professionals and appreciate their points of view
  • Gain the ability to examine the financial health of an organisation, identify problems and inefficiencies and have an appreciation of how their resolution will improve financial performance
  • Get an insight into the drivers and measurement of cost
  • Acquire an understanding of key measurements of financial performance, including ROE, ROA and EVA
  • Understand growth, cash flow and profitability concepts
  • Develop the ability to construct a financial plan and establish its financial feasibility

Key focus areas:

  • Introduction to corporate finance
  • Budgeting and forecasting techniques
  • Financial statements, taxes and cash flow management
  • Long-term financial planning and growth
  • Understanding the time value of money
  • Financial decision-making and working capital management
  • Making capital investment decisions
  • Project analysis and evaluation
  • Financial ratio analysis and interpretation
  • Financial risk management

Who should attend:

  • Sales and marketing professionals
  • Engineers
  • Warehousing and logistics supervisors/managers
  • Human resources professionals
  • Operations and administration personnel
  • Entrance requirements:
  • Matric and/or relevant industry experience

Three days

For further information, visit: UKZN EL
Course Details

Apply By:
07 April 2020
Start Date:
15 April 2020
Durban, South Africa
R8 200
Contact the individual below.
Contact: Nashlene Maharaj
E-mail: Send me an e-mail

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