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Learn the Budgeting Process and its intricacies
Understand how to evaluate financial cases using the Three Techniques
Access to the Commercial Awareness course-ware and instructors
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Those wishing to acquire a basic level of understanding about business finance and behavioural influences.
Those wishing to attain the BCS Certificate in the Commercial Awareness.
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Evaluating A Financial Case Through Three Techniques.
Understand what Costing and Pricing is.
Cash Flow Forecasting and Budgeting.
Financial Accounting Documents and Their Contents.
Understand Financial Accounts
Discuss Required Business Performance Ratios.
Define Porters Five Forces Framework and Value Chain.
Describe Boston Consulting Group's Matrix.
The course comes with no prerequisites.
Evaluating a Financial Case
Building a Financial Case – Its Purpose
Techniques for assessing a Financial Case
Budgeting, Costing and Pricing
Budgets and Departmentalized Businesses
Cash Flow and Cash Management
Costing and Pricing
Financial Reporting and Analysis
Income and Expenditure
Cash Flow Statement
Determining the business domain
Ascertaining the portfolio
Organisational behaviour and culture
Defining organisational behaviour
Organisational efficiency and the Balanced Scorecard
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