96 training courses found
Online Course on Developing Your Professional Career Every professional needs to actively manage their career to maintain professional knowledge, gather appropriate experience and develop in their chosen field. This course is designed to help learners take responsibility for their career.
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Online Course on Introduction to Financial Modelling Financial Models (when done well) are powerful tools that can be used to help organisations make good business decisions. However, building robust and relevant financial models is not always easy.
Enhance your skills in excel • Do you require excel skills for your job? • Want to improve your excel efficiency? • Need to enhance your spreadsheet skills? • Picked up excel in passing without training? Our typical delegates are professionals working in finance who use excel on a daily basis. Many have picked up poor habits because they have never been taught how to use excel efficiently.
Online Course on Due Diligence and Acquisitions Buying and selling a business can be a very risky step to undertake, with over half of all transactions failing. Carrying out proper due diligence is the most effective way to reduce that risk and to improve your chances of a successful transaction.
Online Course on Agile SCRUM Project Management The ability to manage a project effectively is a key management skill whatever aspect of business you work in – finance included – and now new techniques and new IT solutions have made project management even easier for us all. Possibly the biggest advance since Microsoft Project, Agile SCRUM provides a fresh new framework to manage your project.
Online Course on Recruitment and Selection This course focuses on the recruitment process from the need to recruit arising right through to making the job offer. It is equally well suited to the recruitment of accounting and finance professionals and non-technical staff.
Online Course on Property Tax Tips for Accountants As an asset, property attracts a uniquely complex interaction of taxes. Often there are multiple stakeholders and with a wealth of structuring vehicles ranging from partnerships, corporates, unit trusts all the way through to REITs and PAIFs, it can be daunting determining which structure will work best for you and your clients.
Online Course on Working Capital Optimisation and Cash Flow Management In the modern financial world it is vital to appreciate the complex relationships between any organisation’s many functions. These relationships need to be understood right from when strategies are “rolled out” regarding cash flow through to when cash is actually received or paid.
Online Course on Building and Growing your Firm Building and Growing your Firm expands on the themes of the two previous courses of this 8 part series, Planning for your firm and Practice models and networks, and also looks at issues such as developing a growth strategy, coping with increased regulation and competition, marketing, and how to enhance the “culture” of your firm. This course is part of a series of eight courses based on the IFAC Guide to Practice Management for Small and Medium Sized Practices and has been produced with the permission of IFAC.
Online Course on Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Enterprise and Entrepreneurship is all about creating and exploiting business opportunities. This course shows the learner how companies apply enterprise skills to turn their business ideas into successful and sustainable ventures.
Forensic Accounting by John Taylor In many ways the world of forensic accounting will seem familiar to finance professionals but it asks much more of an accountant than an ordinary job. Forensic accountants’ day to day work involves fraud investigations, damages assessments, valuations of businesses or curious entities and frequently involves legal proceedings.
Online Course on Market Analysis for Finance Professionals Market analysis is not just about the application of analytical techniques to reams of data. So often people say ‘we need more data’, when there is no more available.
Online Course on Remote and International Working Whatever organisation you work in, you are bound to collaborate with colleagues who work at home, across the globe or at different locations and times. In the twenty-first century ‘teleworking’ is no longer a perk, but a business imperative.
Online Course on Dynamic Budgetary Control In a rapidly changing world, the amount of time spent looking backwards needs to be reduced, to free up time to look forwards. The need now is to be proactive, forward looking, outward looking and dynamic.
Online course on Fraud and corruption There is increasing pressure on businesses to introduce more effective controls to prevent and reduce fraud and corruption. No business is safe from predatory attacks which can come in a variety of guises so the need for increased vigilance is greater than ever before.
Online Course on Building a Financial Model Every financial model is built on the same foundations: an understanding of its purpose, who it is for, and its scope. This course explains how to set up the Excel spreadsheet and complete the initial steps of: • building a financial model, • structuring calculations • looking into costs and revenues, • time periods, • cash balances and • reporting.
Online Course on Growth through Acquisition There are various options to consider when growing a business. This course focuses on one of the most common methods of business growth: Acquisition.
Online Course on Financial Control in SMEs The way Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) approach financial control needs to be different to the approach of large organisations. SMEs are not distracted by share prices and can afford to think long term.
Online Course on Grammar and Effective Writing Tailored for Finance Professionals Department of Journalism and Publishing, Kingston University Contributions from Maria Ahmed, Beth Brewster, Brain Cathcart and Clare Lovell Grammar and Effective Writing for Accountants helps the learner discover the underlying rules and conventions of writing, consider the impact of their writing decisions and develop their own writing and editing skills. Writing clear, accurate and engaging text relies on understanding and applying the rules of grammar, using the right words and constructing coherent prose.