2 Days (22 and 23 March 2017)
Non-financial managers increasingly need to understand how to use accounting information in order to make better business decisions.
Managerial Accounting for Non-financial Managers introduces managers to concepts and techniques of product costing and pricing, product appraisal, cost-volume-profit analysis, and budgeting, and how to apply these techniques to solve practical problems. Register here.
- What is it?
Over two days, the course will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to use accounting information and managerial accounting techniques to make better business decisions, and provide a sound foundation for further study of more advanced aspects.
The programme is facilitated by Dr Alan Duboisée de Ricquebourg (ACA), a Teaching Fellow in Accounting and Finance at Leeds University Business School. Prior to joining Leeds University Business School, Dr Duboisée de Ricquebourg qualified as a Chartered Accountant and worked for Deloitte, managing audit engagements in their Harare, Dallas, and Calgary offices, gaining experience in a wide range of industries.
- Who should attend?
The course is designed for managers from all sectors who wish to develop their knowledge of managerial accounting from a zero base to a solid understanding of the basic concepts and techniques of product costing and pricing, product appraisal, cost-volume-profit analysis, and budgeting.
- What are the benefits?
By the end of this two-day course delegates will be able to:
- Determine the cost and selling price of a product
- Critically assess whether or not a product should be manufactured
- Determine the break-even point and margin of safety for a given product
- Understand the role of accounting information in the budgetary process
- Prepare a cash budget
- Day 1
- Product costing and pricing
- Product appraisal
- Cost-volume-profit analysis
- Day 2
- The budgetary process
- Preparation of budgets
- Fees and funding
Full two-day programme
University of Leeds alumni
LEP Skills Service funding
Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has launched a service that provides skills support to small and medium-sized businesses. The LEP skills service helps businesses to identify their skills needs based on their business growth objectives and then find the right training solution. Small and medium-sized business based in the Leeds City Region that have a budget to put towards training could be eligible for funding of between £500 and £50,000.
To find out more and apply, please visit: www.the-lep.com/skillsservice
For further information please contact Martin Tudge, Core Services Manager, Executive Education
Tel: +44 (0)113 344 3915