Analysis of Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement

  • Course Details:

    Ref: FS50 Length: 3 Days
    Location: London Price: £1990 excl. VAT


This three days course  introduces the various elements that make up a balance sheet and shows where these are positioned on the balance sheet itself. This course seeks to ensure that all participants leave with a far greater understanding of what might be behind the numbers. They will leave this course with the ability to ask the right questions and to consider why the numbers on the Balance Sheet are as they are.

The aim of this course is to provide managers with a greater understanding of the way finance affects their business performance. This course will enable managers to become strategic thinkers and planners and help them become a bigger players in corporate world.

Who should attend

This course will benefit anyone involved in reading, interpreting and/or analysing Balance Sheets. It would also be useful to anyone involved in creating the Balance Sheet to help understand how the figures that are being prepared may be interpreted and analysed.

Course Content

Introduction to Financial Statements

  • Importance of financial measures
  • Financial accounting and management accounting
  • Participants’ needs and wants from the course
  • Introduction of the basics of accountancy

The Balance Sheet

  • The key components of the Balance Sheet
  • About Fixed Assets
  • Current Assets – what they are, and how to improve
  • Current Liabilities – what they are
  • The vital importance of Working Capital management
  • About Gearing
The Income Statement
The Cash Flow Statement

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand fundamental financial terminology and concepts
  • Read and interpret financial statements
  • Gauge the financial impact of operational decisions
  • Understand the basis for evaluating investment decisions
  • Integrate financial concepts and policies into the management decision and budgeting process
  • Evaluate the meaning of income statements and balance sheets
  • Employ cash flow analysis to assess business status
  • Calculate the cost of business activities
  • Control business operations through effective budget management
  • Communicate effectively with financial executives and staff

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With small class sizes, much more individual attention can be given to each delegate.

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Different trainers every day

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Luxury Course Venue

All our Training Courses take place at the luxury 4-5 Star hotels located in central London

Certificate of Achievement

At the end of the programme participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

FREE On-going Support

Each delegate receives unlimited support from the trainers after they attended the course with us.


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