Strategic Financial Crisis Management

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  • Fees : 2600 $
  • Date 17 Dec 2017
  • Location Abu Dhabi, English

Strategic Financial Crisis Management

 

 

Course Background:

Organizational strategies and objectives are usually based on what they can afford  and need to plan their Budgeting  Forecasting which is a positive management function.

The Managers concerned need to present their Budgets in an acceptable format as the Financial Report require clear understanding by the readers of their  departmental financial needs.

Course Learning Objectives:

This program is designed to provide the participants with the skills and knowledge to:

  • The principles and reasons for Strategic Budget Planning, Forecasting and the appropriate process.
  • Preparation of Financial Report , the process and the compilation to the various Forecasting documents that assist the reader to in the Budgeting  financial requirements.

 

Course Duration: Three Days

 

Course Methodology:

The course includes interactive discussions, case studies and many examples of Budgeting formats and Financial reports to assist optimal learning.

 

Who Should Attend?

Managers, Supervisors and all those who need to have an understanding of the Budgeting procedures.

 

 

 

Course Contents:

 

Day One:

  • Introduction to Budgeting Systems
  • Types
  • Utilization of Budget Information
  • Budget Monitoring & Feedback Systems

 

  • Planning Departmental Functional Budgeting
  • Collating Information
  • Budget Construction
  • Budget Presentation  Formats

 

  • Budgeting Planning & Forecasting Methods
  • Preparation
  • Meetings
  • Construction
  • Presenting
  • Implementing
  • Review
  • Standard costing
  • Variance

 

  • Exercises, Discussions & Daily Review 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day Two:

 

  • Budgetary Control and Standard Costing
  • Flexible Budgets and ‘What If’ situations
  • Economies of Scale
  • Management and Control Systems
  • Performance Measurement Feedback
  • Cost of Depreciation
  • Assessing
  • Accounting

 

  • Introduction to Financial Report Writing
  • The necessary information required for compilation and interpretation by the ‘Readers.
  • The types of reports and their objectives
  • Income & Expenditure Reports
  • Reconciliation Reports
  • Information, gathering from various sources and collation if relevant information

 

  • Exercises, Discussions & Daily Review 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day Three:

 

  • Ledgers and other Accounting documents available
  • Determining which valued  information is required
  • Data and raw information and the interpretation process
  • The relevance of information to different organisational readers
  • Preparing information for financial reports for the relevant recipients
  • Presenting Information and producing standard company formats
  • Periods of reporting and accrued information
  • Reading reports and comparisons of areas of interest 

 

  • Exercises, Discussions & Review 

 

  • Case Studies

 

  • Practical Exercises 

 

  • Discussions Sessions

 

  • Course Evaluation

 

  • Course Summary 

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