Finance for Non-Finance Manager

Financial parts of the projects are always very critical and equally challenging for engineers and technical professionals. The financial constraints even delay the project completion as experienced by many engineers across the globe. Engineers and technical professionals must learn the financial aspects of projects in order to achieve clear and compelling project economics.

This shall help engineers, project managers, sales and marketing executives, etc. to get their project approved and thereby have a dominant impact on their organization’s overall business performance.

This masterclass will provide participants a fruitful platform to have far more control over corporate budgets, reports, profits, and expenditure. Participants will also gain skills to comprehend the contents of financial statements, analyze and interpret financial information, effectively control costs of expenditure. This newfound financial awareness of tools and terms will help engineers to effectively interact and co-work with finance managers, reduce costs and waste, plan ahead adequately and make wiser decisions that impact corporate finance.

Top Learning Objectives

  • Understand how a business enterprise works from a financial perspective
  • Learn how to control costs and manage assets
  • Discover ways to improve investment returns by reducing waste and improving quality
  • Learn to integrate technical and financial decision-making relevant to practicing engineer

Who Should Attend?

This practical course is targeted at engineers, sales and marketing executives, project managers and any staff who do not have formal training in financial management, but who require a better understanding of the concepts of cost management and financials. In addition, the related concepts of profits, assets, productivity and profitability will be addressed.

Targeted job roles are as follows:

  • Directors
  • General Managers
  • Chief Engineers
  • Engineers
  • Senior Managers
  • Managers
  • Heads of the following departments: Projects, Structural, Construction, Maintenance, Product Development, Technical, Process, Manufacturing, Operations, Quality Assurance, Research and Development, Special Projects, Factory / Plant, Facilities
  • Trainee Engineers
  • Team Leaders

From the following industries, including but not limited to:

  • Manufacturing
  • Electric and Electronic
  • Food and Beverage
  • Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
  • Mining & Minerals
  • Oil and Gas
  • Petrochemical and Chemicals
  • Construction & Engineering
  • Automotive
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Telecommunications
  • Research and Development

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