Jan. 16, 2015: 'Finance for Non-Financial People'
by Michelle Saport |
Friday, Jan. 16, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Gorsuch Commons, Room 107
A key component to an individual's development within an organization is understanding the numbers side, the lifeblood of the business. This class gives people from all backgrounds a solid understanding of how things impact the bottom line. From this class, people will develop an understanding of how to analyze and interpret financial statements, along with the terminology associated with financial data such as the income statement and the balance sheet. It will also equip participants with an understanding of how to forecast revenue and plan for growth. Along with this, those who attend will gain an understanding of how to plan budgets, justify investments and, most importantly, how to spot problems before they become an issue. Individuals taking this class will not need to have any prior finance or accounting knowledge.
This class is offered by the UAA Center for Corporate and Professional Development. Register here.
Note: The first 15 people to sign up will save 10 percent when using the code: newyear.