Curriculum features include:
Forecasting an introduction
Methods and terminology
Profit and loss account
Regular items you need to consider
Non-regular items to need to consider
Forecasting for your projects
Non-cash items that will occur
How to deal with uncertainty
Stephen Smith: BA (hons), FCMA, CGMA, MBA
Stephen has developed professional qualifications, including the new CIMA Shared Services certificate qualification and has led the development and technical assessment of 700 objective test questions.
Stephen has presented at UK universities and spoken at a Hackett Global conference in Amsterdam. He has a wealth of finance and business experience drawing from the technology, energy and rail industry sectors.
In addition to being a qualified accountant with an MBA, he also has qualifications in project management (APM and PRINCE2) and has been trained to black belt standard in Six Sigma.
Gain a practical and working level of knowledge on forecasting for setting your business up
- Language English
- Duration 90 minutes minimum
- Navigation to the course
- Micro lectures between 2 – 5 minutes
- Quizzes and questions after each lecture
- Formal assessment
- Case study
- Key take away summaries
- Completion certificate