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Understanding Finance for Non-Financial Directors

Jo Haigh shares how to understand essential financial information, for those not from a finance background


FDS Director Services Limited

Summary

Price
£225 inc VAT
Or £75.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online + live classes
Duration
3 hours · Part-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

Serial entrepreneur and award-winning businesswoman Jo Haigh will bring an interactive workshop which gives attendees the confidence to understand the ideal course for those not from a finance background.

Attendees will leave with the knowledge of how to better interpret their own and others information, a must for all businessmen and women.

Please note there is no formal assessment or exam for this course.

Description

The workshop will cover:

  • An overview of a balance sheet and profit and loss accounts
  • An introduction to financial analysis
  • Financial terminology
  • Interpretation of accounts
  • Tricks of the trade
  • Cash management

The Business Masterclass Series:

This workshop is a part of a series of four interactive workshops being presented by Jo, covering essential skills and insights for directors. The other workshops in the series are:

  • An Insight Into The World of a Non-Executive Director
  • How to Build a Board of World-Class Directors
  • A Director's Guide to Being the Best in The Business

The cost to attend each workshop individually is £225. If you registered for all four workshops separately the cost would be £900. However, this is reduced to £750 for advanced bookings when registering for the whole series - which is a £150 discount. To book on to the Masterclass Series please see company profile. Please note the same dates apply.

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