Finance for Non-Finance Managers
Intensive Course

15th Feb 2020

Class Schedule

  • SAT
  • SUN
  • MON
  • TUE
  • WED
  • THU
  • FRI

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Muhammad Irfan

Head of Accounting & Finance

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Barry Richardson

Hons. in Education and Cambridge CELTA
Head of Languages
A Native British Trainer

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Fawad Irfan

Head of I.T.

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Finance for Non-Finance Managers

Finance for Non-Finance Managers training is the most in-demand program for all those professionals who want to get hands-on knowledge of key finance areas. You will get an interactive learning experience, and lots of worked examples on all key topics along with a course completion certificate.
During this greatly successful program on ‘Finance for Non-Finance Managers’, managers with small or no financial training or experience can learn to use the language, tools, and techniques of finance. You will be able to return to your organization with the confidence to analyze financial information and participate fully in making business decisions.
Attend If you are an accountant or auditor. It is not necessary to have any experience or formal qualifications in accounting or auditing or enroll on the course.

To know more about the program, please send email to or call +971 6 5612230, +971 6 5614430

Who should attend?

  • Human resources professionals
  • Sales and marketing executives.
  • Supply-stream professionals.
  • Project managers.
  • Internal auditors.
  • Senior Professionals in manufacturing, marketing, engineering.
  • Any non-financial professionals who are required to read, interpret, and contribute to business financial reports.

Course outline:

  • Demystifying the most commonly used finance/accounting terms including.
  • Are there any financial regulations that govern the world of accounting & finance?
  • Different methods of accounting i.e. Cash vs Accrual basis.
  • Introduction to the Financial Statements containing:
    • Income Statement.
    • Balance Sheet.
    • Cash flow Statement.
    • Statement of Changes in Equity.
    • The relationship and flow of data among all Financial Statements.