Finance for Non-Financial Professionals
In today’s fast-paced and rapidly changing business world, every leader – and really, every employee – is responsible for managing the bottom line and driving success. To do that well, you have to clearly understand financial information, how it’s used for organization decision making, and how it can enable your work and results.
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
October 20-21, 2020
March 30-31, 2021
Cost: $1,695* and includes all class materials, breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
Certificates will be awarded based on successful completion of the 2-day in-person training. Certificates will be awarded based on successful completion of the 2-day training.
All in-person Open Enrollment Programs can be attended via Zoom. Contact a member of our staff for more information.
Click here to see the list of safety measures we are adding to our in-person programs.
* A 20 percent discount will be given to companies that enroll two or more employees.
* A 10 percent discount will be given to TCU staff/faculty/alumni, U.S. veterans
Who Should Attend?
Experienced managers and individual contributors in non-financial roles who want to better understand key financial concepts and information and leverage them for decision-making in their roles.
What You Will Learn
Participants will take away a better understanding of key concepts and terms and gain practical insights into how financial information is used for decision making.
How You Will Benefit
- Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
- Learn how to understand and interpret key financial statements.
- Improve your understanding and insight in to corporate performance, financial data, statements and reporting.
- Better understanding and use of financial data for your own analysis, reports and budgets.
- Overview of Financial Accounting & Reporting.
- Key financial terms such as assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio & others.
- Basic Accounting Principles.
- Using the balance sheet to examine assets & liabilities.
- Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses.
- Understanding cash flow analysis, financing and cost of capital.