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Gain access to our entire course library for all of your staff members. Our course library consists of over 100 training courses created especially for the each sector, plus a further 320 additional courses.

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Offering a wide variety of courses and lessons ranging from 5 minutes to 50 hours designed to visually engage and test learners. All course come with online assessments and lecture engagement.

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Courses tailored for your organisation

Finance For non-Financial Managers

Straightforward and no-nonsense, this course enables you to get straight to the heart of financial issues, demystifies financial information and gives you confidence and control when making financial decisions.

This two-day overview course has won praise for the straightforward way in which it untangles the web of mystery that surrounds financial and management accounting in the eyes of many non-financial managers. By so doing it enables them to understand and manage the impact of their decisions on business results, interact more productively with their finance-based colleagues and exert greater influence on decision making in their organisation.

Financial Accounts

  • Profit and loss accounts and how to understand them
  • Reading an income and expenditure account and analysing the financial flows within your organisation
  • Cash and accruals accounting showing how each is used
  • Terminology associated with income and expenditure accounting
  • Communicating effectively with finance professionals
  • Analysing trends in financial flows and formulating appropriate questions
  • Reading a balance sheet and analysing the financial position of the organisation
  • How an asset register is used
  • Analysing your accounts
  • Constructing a cash flow statement from narrative information

Management Accounts

  • The budgeting process
  • How budgeting relates to strategic objectives and good governance
  • Constructing a budget
  • Estimating costs and income accurately for budget purposes
  • Using management accounts to understand the past and forecast the future
  • Cost centres – understanding how they are used in your organisation
  • Nominal, purchase and sales ledgers
  • Using benchmarking in constructing a budget
  • Distinguishing between fixed and variable costs
  • Using the concepts of break-even pricing
  • A template to forecast the effects of changing costs, sales volume and price
  • Evaluating opportunity costs
  • A year of free support

15th June 2020

  • Managers, board members and budget holders across all sectors who need to know about organisational finance to help improve the profitability and performance of their business
  • People who have little or no knowledge of finance.

Financial Planning and Analysis

This financial analysis course provides an understanding of how financial planning and analysis can be applied by companies to gain a competitive edge in terms of identifying cost patterns, uncovering savings and maintaining cash flow.

The key element of the programme is the focus on practical application of financial models and analysis. These are used to assess strategic and operational positions by investigating a wide range of options for reducing cost and thereby creating additional value for companies.

You will learn how to perform financial analysis, the tools you should use and how to interpret the results. You will also learn about a variety of ways of maximising profit and how current business philosophy adds non-financial goals to this target to achieve a more balanced company and a more fulfilling business environment.

  • Using financial statements to analyse performance
  • Working capital management and optimisation
  • Strategic cost management
  • The balanced scorecard & strategy
  • Capital budgeting and investment appraisal

 

15th June 2020

  • It is most suitable for those who have worked in finance for some years, and are looking to acquire the specific skills needed to secure a new role or improve their career prospects.

Raising Finance for your Business

This is a four-day practical workshop that’s ideal for entrepreneurs, whether you’re looking to raise your first round of equity funding or if you’re looking to raise a larger sum. You will be taught the different avenues you can take to raise funds, how to identify which investors are right for you and how to ensure a smooth communications process between yourself and potential investors. This course will also allow you to improve your pitching skills for when you are ready to meet potential investors and how to prepare a solid financial model to present to investors.

  • Business models
  • Funding theory
  • Financial model theory
  • Identify investors
  • Pitching skills
  • Transaction considerations

15th June 2020

  • This short course is perfect for anyone who is looking for some expert knowledge on how to raise funds for their organisation. Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned entrepreneur looking to access higher amounts of cash, this course will make a difference to your business.

Finance for Everyone: Smart Tools for Decision-Making

Want to learn how to think clearly about important financial decisions and improve your financial literacy? Finance for Everyone will showcase the beauty and power of finance. This introductory finance course will be a gateway into the world of finance and will examine multiple applications to apply to your everyday life. Join us to better understand how to apply frameworks and tools to make smart financial choices.

You will be able to value the impact of different choices available to you: from renting or buying, evaluating car, home and student loans, or deciding whether to go to college versus pursuing a new idea to simply understanding how the financial world works.

Starting with time value of money, the course will help you develop a full appreciation for the many applications of finance. Using real world examples, the course will enable you to understand and analyze many personal and professional decisions we confront on a daily basis. You will understand stocks and bonds, learn to allocate scarce resources in a value-add way, and adopt smart tools for making every day decisions.

Finance is simultaneously a way of thinking and a set of tools. Finance is everywhere. There are no prerequisites for this course except for a sense of curiosity and a positive attitude. However, a comfort level with algebra and numbers and an understanding of accounting (the language of business) will clearly help. We will, however, try to cover everything starting with fundamentals and highlight when there is a need to do some further work in specific subjects.

  • Why finance is everywhere and how it affects all of us
  • An understanding of the financial world, and an appreciation for the beauty and power of finance
  • Gain the fundamental knowledge, skills, and tools of finance and the ability to apply them everywhere, in personal and professional situations
  • Different frameworks for decision-making
  • Acquire skills in using different decision-making tools, and learn to make sound personal and professional financial decisions
  • The concept of Time Value of Money (TVM) and apply related tools and frameworks to everyday decisions

15th June 2020

  • Managers, board members and budget holders across all sectors who need to know about organisational finance to help improve the profitability and performance of their business
  • People who have little or no knowledge of finance.

Corporate Finance

Business organizations are constantly engaged in financial decision-making related to financial planning, investments, capital purchases, etc. The right financial decisions play a critical role in maximizing an organization’s business value.

  1. How do we value assets?
  2. What is a good investment?
  3. Does a project create value?

Corporate finance will address these issues to help managers make value-enhancing decisions.

This business and management course will introduce you to the role of corporate finance in an organization and the tools used to evaluate investment proposals.

The course will cover commonly used tools and techniques that help managers make decisions that create value for their organizations such as time value of money, opportunity cost, net present value and internal rate of return.

If you are interested in creating value for your organization, then this course is for you.

1: Introduction to corporate finance and time value of money
Discussion of major financial decisions at a firm, issues related to separation of ownership and management, role of capital markets and time value of money.

2: Valuation of basic securities
Introduction to valuation of bonds, stocks and the cost of capital.

3: Capital budgeting
Introduction to capital budgeting, payback period, net present value and internal rate of return.

4: Cash flows for capital budgeting
Estimation of cash flows of projects, cost of capital for a project and value addition by projects.

5: Capital budgeting
Case study to illustrate the evaluation of a project using the capital budgeting tools discussed in earlier weeks.

15th June 2020

  • Managers, board members and budget holders across all sectors who need to know about organisational finance to help improve the profitability and performance of their business

Financial Reporting I

This course builds on introductory accounting courses by providing you with misunderstanding of the conceptual foundations and mechanics of financial reporting and accounting standards. The course focuses on the measurement and reporting of the asset side of the balance sheets as well as the measurement of revenues and expenses on income statements. The content of the course is particularly important for students seeking careers in accounting and finance,as well as professionals who want to increase their knowledge of financial accounting.

Before taking this course,you should be familiar with basic accounting terminology, T-accounts, and journal entries. This course will help you become more fluent in accounting and business discussions.

The course places emphasis on firms’ economic transactions and business activities, and the accounting measurements and journal entries we use to measure and report those transactions and activities. You will develop professional judgment and critical thinking skills. You will consider the economics of business activities and events and consider the degree to which financial reports capture the underlying economics. This will enable you to obtain the tools necessary to understand and execute accounting procedures with an increased appreciation of the broader business context in which accounting information is prepared and used in business decisions.

  • Understand the broad objectives of financial reporting and with respect to specific transactions
  • How to measure, record,and report important business transactions
  • How to prepare and analyze financial statements,including balance sheets and income statements

15th June 2020

  • This short course is perfect for anyone who is looking for some expert knowledge on how to raise funds for their organisation. Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned entrepreneur looking to access higher amounts of cash, this course will make a difference to your business.

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About Crinet Systems

Crinet Systems offers a diverse selection of courses from leading SETAs and accredited institutions from South Africa. These are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, so you can fit learning around your life.

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