Part 1: Financial Planning, Performance and Control

  • Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting:

    • Defining and identifying the planning process and budgeting Concepts.
    • Preparing Annual Profit Plans and supporting schedules.
    • Identifying the types of budgets.
    • Knowing the forecasting techniques to predict the future.dict the future.
  • Corporate Finance.

    • Measuring management performance based on variance analysis.
    • Measuring management performance based on financial ratios.
    • Identifying responsibility centers and their types.
    • Using balance scorecard as performance measurement tool.
  • Cost Management. Defining and identifying cost concepts and classification.

    • Measuring product cost by using different methods.
    • Allocating Manufacturing overhead costs using different methods.
    • Increase the entity’s operational efficiency using different methods.
  • Internal Controls

    • Defining internal control framework and environment.
    • Defining the internal audit function and types of audits.
    • Assessing the adequacy of the accounting information system controls.
  • Professional Ethics

    • Knowing the ethical principles, standards and the resolution of ethical behavior for individuals.

Part 2: Financial Decision Making

  • Financial Statement Analysis.

    • Knowing the financial statements and it’s components.
    • Preparing the statement of cash flows.
    • Analysis of the financial statements using the comparative method and ratio analysis.
    • Identifying the differences between the US GAAP and IFRS.
  • Corporate Finance.

    • Defining types of investment risks.
    • Knowing measures of investment risks.
    • How to manage your investment portfolio.
    • Knowing types of investments.
    • Determining the cost of capital.
    • Managing working capital (Current assets and Current Liabiliti
  • Decision Analysis and Risk Management.

    • Defining the relevant data concepts regarding managerial costs.
    • Using Cost-Volume-Profit analysis to determine the breakeven point.
    • Making managerial decisions when different alternatives are available.
    • D. Investment Decision.
    • Determining the cash flow from potential projects.
    • Determining which most feasible project based on capital budgeting techniques.
  • Professional Ethics

    • determining the general guidelines for ethical organization.
Total training hours 102 hours
Days Sun & Thursday
Time 5:30 – 8:30
Certificate Nell Program Academy & Cambridge Training College

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