Bankers Committee members pay N 108,775.00 only
The business environment is dynamic and business plans, more often than not, tend to deviate when budgets are compared with actuals
outcomes. The inherent uncertainties and complexities in business have
led to the development of various managerial tools, techniques and
procedures to facilitate successful management of business. Amongst these,
budgeting is the most common and widely used standard device for effective
planning and control. The course is designed to enhance the skill of analysts
and others in making investment decisions.
Entry and Middle Management Staff in Financial Control function within
service and manufacturing companies, as well as those who are being
prepared for such roles in the near future.
At the end of the course, participants should be able to effectively:
Demonstrate how the budget relates to the key financial statements such as balance sheet, income statement and cash flows.
Use appropriate estimation techniques in the development of revenue and expense budgets.
Identify all the appropriate costs to be included in a capital expenditure proposal.
Principles of Budgeting and Cost Control
Linking the Tactical Budget to Strategic Objectives
Types of Budgets
Approaches to Budgeting
Budgeting Control and Variance Analysis
Budgeting and Costing Techniques
Capital Expenditure Budgeting and Analysis
Cost Control and Management Budget Reports
Information Technology and Budgeting
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