London, 2019-02-22

Course of training in financial and accounting management

Summary

Financial and accounting management are an essential part of the management team, through its reports, can decide to take the step that the company can overview, therefore, upon it many decisions accepting tenders, accept shareholders, or even establish companies.

Objectives and target group

The British Academy for Training and Management offers a course of financial and accounting management for the importance of this branch in all institutions and companies.

The target group of attending a training course in financial and accounting management

The British Academy for training and Development aims at:

  • Persons who work in the secret management accounting departments, which are specified in the senior management in companies.
  • People who work in financial accounting departments, to follow up the company’s financial movement, capital and budget.
  • Economists who want more experience and training in their field of study.

How will participants benefit from attending a financial and accounting management course?

At the end of the course, participants will know:

  • Preparing analytical reports and processing the financial statements in the company so that it can determine its financial position in the market.
  • To exercise control and financial authority over the company to ensure the rights of employees, partners and shareholders alike.
  • Monitor the financial position of the company to ensure the development or stability of its financial position among competitors.
  • Ability to study the evolution of competitors financially, and to explore new productive methods.
Course Content

Academic content of the course:

This course contains the following sections:

  • The concept of the budget and the methods of its preparation, in terms of the foundations, techniques and reports of its own.
  • The concept of money movement in the commercial market, and the financing capacity of any project was.
  • The concept of companies accounts and their divisions and analysis of financial statements.