Accounting for Non-Financial Managers I

This course provides an overview of how financial data is generated and reported and how it is used for decision-making, analysis, and valuation. The core concepts include terminology and principles, financial statements, distinction between income and cash flow, debits and credits, and assets and liabilities. Participants will also learn to examine accounting methods and read financial statements.

Course Benefits:

Program participants will gain:
  • Confidence in discussing financial data
  • An awareness of how decisions impact the bottom line
  • An understanding of financial indicators
  • The ability to make decisions based on financial data
  • Competence in working with your company's financial department

Course Content:

  • The basics of accounting
  • The accounting cycle
  • The balance sheet
  • The income statement
  • The statement of cash flow
  • Cost accounting
  • Fixed assets
  • Budgeting