The Basic Business Finance online training course will explore the fundamentals of corporate finance. This course is a two-module program consisting of Basics of Business Finance and Shareholder Value Creation. These courses will give you an understanding of the basics of corporate finance and an organization's shareholder values and growth.
This Basics of Budgeting online training course will introduce you to the fundamentals of budgeting. This course addresses how changes in management techniques, the business environment, economies, and technology are reflected in the changes in budgeting, and how the basics of budgeting are important to any business, large or small.
This Business Finance Basics online training course presents information about the fundamentals of corporate finance. This course will give you an understanding of the basics of corporate finance in easy-to-understand terms and appreciate more fully how your work activities can and do affect the financial health of your organization and business.
This Interpreting Financial Statements online training course is a four-part course and is designed for business professionals from various industry sectors to learn how to use financial statements and to manage business finances. This course explores how to use financial statements, profit and loss statements cash flow statements, and manage your business finances.
This Strategic Management of Your Organization online training course provides an important tool for strategically managing an organization’s performance. This course will show what is involved in implementing a balanced scorecard in an organization. The balanced scorecard seeks to ensure the proper execution of strategy and to balance an organization’s current performance against the long-term health of the organization.
This Understanding Financial Statements online training course is designed for all employees. It introduces information about the fundamentals of reading and understanding financial statements. It shows how various work activities can and do affect the financial health of an organization, and introduces concepts, examples, and knowledge that non-financially oriented decision makers should know.