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    Basic NonProfit Financial Statements

    This is a basic course on understanding the language and structure of a non-profits statement of operations and balance sheet. The course includes an explanation of the accounting rules that can cause budgets and financial statements to differ. The course also includes a module that has proven very beneficial to board members and staff coming from the private sector, where the key differences between non-profit and for-profit financial statements are explained.
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    Creating and Using Budgets

    This is the basic budgeting class for non-profit executive directors, board members, and staff. It includes the role of the budget, how to create a budget, dealing with restricted funds, budget versus actual analysis, what to do when the budget doesn’t match reality or a deficit is projected, and why the budget should be continually updated and used as a management tool.
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    Advanced Financial Statements

    Our Advanced Financial Statements course provides the tools that can help you analyze your business. Through this course, you will learn some simple calculations that will provide a wealth of information about the efficiency and direction of your business, you will learn how to compare yourself to the industry and to your competitors, and learn how to identify and correct minor problems before they become major problems.
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    Understanding Financial Ratios

    Financial ratios are one of the key tools used by a banker when making a lending decision and by the CFO to explain financial performance to the board. Financial ratios explain what is happening to the number on the financial statements, and are a key tool to evaluate a business and to help make better operating and investment decisions. This course explains how calculate and interpret financial ratios to better manage a business.
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    Financial Management

    Effective financial management is critical to the success of any business. Our financial management course explains the basic tools and techniques of financial management to the business manager or business owner, including budget creation and monitoring, cash management, product/division/customer analysis, planning and forecasting, and trend analysis. This class will provide the skills to make more effective business decisions.
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    Working Capital and Operational Efficiency

    This course explains the key concepts of cash management, working capital, and operational efficiency. Participants will learn how to review their current cash management practices, project and analysis the cash needs of a business, and modify cash management practices so less cash is required to operate the business.
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    Stanford Guide To Financial Statements

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    ARC006 - ARC's Introduction to the Accounting Process: Acctg. 101

    This is accounting Boot Camp! Learn the language of business! This program will give you the basics of accounting, and help you understand the inner-working of the accounting system – from the entry to the financial statements. You will learn how to make better business decisions and move business forward by better understanding the internal and external financial reports of your company. The language of business in every industry is rooted in the basic “accounting equation.” Learn how to use basic accounting principles to uncover and correct problems quickly by double-checking how your organization records sales, expenses, equity and debt. Developed for business professionals who have no work experience in accounting, this seminar walks you through basic accounting and gives the skills and confidence to speak the “language of business” like a pro. The language of business is accounting.” Don’t get lost in staff meeting don’t just accept what the accountants tell you.
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    ARC003 - ARC's Cost Accounting Level I: Cost Concepts for the Profit-Oriented Organization

    This program will give you a clear and concise grasp of the basics of cost accounting. You won’t find a better program for developing a system that meets your cost accounting needs. Now you can understand what it really costs you to deliver a product and maximize profitability at the same time. The most successful organizations truly understand the cost of their operations including plant operations, supply stream management, joint and by-product costs, inventory management, and impact of overhead on specific product lines. You’ll learn how to develop budgets and standards, track and determine the true causes of variances, and use the cost information as a profit enhancement tool Also, you will learn how to determine pricing for goods and services and make the best use of people, money and materials.
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    ARC005 - ARC's Fundamentals Finance & Accounting for Non-financial Professionals

    This is for those who are new to management or who need to understand and use financial statements. You will learn how to Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk. From how the statements work, to how to read them, to how to calculate the ratios that provide meaning. for new managers, purchasing and sales professionals and anyone who needs to communicate with those accountants.
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    ARC012 - ARC's Fixed Asset Accounting Course: Managing the Investment in Fixed Assets

    This interactive, information-packed program will show you how to evaluate the strengths and opportunities presented by your current accounting system. You will gain valuable insight into how to enhance shareholder wealth through the effective management and reporting of an asset’s total acquisition cost, operational maintenance costs, tax benefits, Can your current Fixed Asset Accounting System answer tough questions like: • What fixed assets do you have and where are they located? • Are their maintenance costs spinning out of control? • Is the current level of asset investment right for your organization? • Does you organization need an “Asset Light” structure? • Is Outsourcing right for your organization? • Are you maximizing your organization’s Return on Invested Capital?
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    ARC017 -ARC's Non-Financial Executives Financial Workshop

    This interactive Executive Level program will give you the tools essential to work with the financial professionals in your organization. Through the use of real-world financial reports, you will learn how to “hold-your-own” with the financial professionals in your organization. You will be able to project the: • Benefits of Proposed capital projects, and how to determine which to pursue • Feasibility of Bringing new products to market • Potential Profitability from restructuring existing processes • Potential of new suppliers meeting your needs long-term • Ability of new Customers to pay their bills • Proposed synergies from new acquisitions or divestitures • Profit-Enhancement potential of new strategies, and more! You will understand the business from both a financial and strategic perspective. You will learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of past strategic paradigms, critical decisions, and corporate initiatives.
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    Custom Business Simulations for Training and Executive/Leadership Development

    Excite, engage, align, and deliver tangible business results utilizing a custom simulation of your organization. This is executive/leadership development adapted to your company. A mock-up of your organization delivering results people line up for!
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    Financial Teleconferences

    Stay current on existing laws and recent legislation that affect your business operations. Choose from a variety of seminar topics. NASBA, CLE, Banker's Credit and other continuing education credits can be obtained where applicable.
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    Key Ratio Analysis of Financial Statements

    This OnDemand Webinar assists in applying techniques to summarize the information in a company�s financial statements to assess its financial health in a concise, useful and easy to understand manner.
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    Financial Seminars

    Stay current on existing laws and recent legislation that affect your business operations. Choose from a variety of seminar topics. NASBA, CLE, Banker's Credit and other continuing education credits can be obtained where applicable.
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    AMA`s Financial Statement Workshop

    This seminar takes you step-by-step through the how- to's of financial statement interpretation. Learn analysis techniques that investors, creditors, bankers, analysts-the entire financial sector-employ to evaluate companies.
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    AMA's Finance Workshop for Nonfinancial Executives Seminar

    Get a complete financial education in just four days— and prepare yourself to make more powerful, informed business decisions. This course covers from finance basics to understanding the essence of cash flow to learning how to create value on a corporate level.
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    Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for the IT and Technical Professional

    Get the concepts, techniques and tools that can help you make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line.
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    This intensive presentation distills the core curriculum covered in most university-level graduate business programs. You will acquire a strong business foundation that enables you to function more effectively in today’s business environment.