Improve your ability and confidence to use financial data to make better-informed decisions – even if you're not used to numbers.
Our Finance for Non-Financial Managers course is designed specifically for mid-to-senior level managers with little to no financial training who want to improve their knowledge of accounting and money management.
Through an engaging combination of practical examples, humour and real-life experiences, you'll learn the ropes of evaluating investment proposals, understanding financial reports, budgeting and costing.
Who Should Attend?
Managers and professionals
- With little or no formal financial training
- Seeking to improve their knowledge of accounting and financial management.
Understand your business's finances
- Understand key financial terms
- Understand core concepts for financing your business
Measure financial performance
- Make sense of financial reports
- Evaluate investment proposals
Boost financial performance and your effectiveness
- Measure financial performance
- Undertake financial planning and budgeting
- Make better-informed decisions
Introduction to finance
Financing the business
Measuring financial performance
Financial planning and budgeting
The program helped teach me how to apply health checks to financial information, including demystifying annual reports. The bonus was in Henry's dry delivery and humour.
DR CAROLYN TUCEK-SZABO
Director of Regulatory Affairs, Australasia, GlaxoSmithKline
Henry has spent his career working in accountancy and finance. His passion is for helping people overcome their fear of numbers and discover the power of financial skills for the first time.
As well as teaching at Melbourne Business School, Henry has extensive experience in consulting and has presented numerous financial management workshops for executives.
He is well known as a facilitator who breaks down finance into straightforward steps, while presenting in a highly interesting and engaging manner.
This is a non-residential program. The program fee covers tuition and meals during the workshop.
Applications typically close two weeks prior to commencement, however, to secure your place we encourage you to apply early. Applications received less than two weeks prior to commencement will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.