Management Accounting & Budgeting for Non-Accountants

In Bristol

£ 499 + VAT


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  • Location


  • Duration

    2 Days


This course is designed to equip delegates with a basic understanding of management accounting and budgeting and the contribution these can make to effective management.
Suitable for: Supervisors and managers who require an overview of how organisations budget and decision make from financial management information




Bristol (Avon)
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Armada House, Telephone Avenue, BS1 4BQ


On request

To take into account

A prior understanding of the concepts of the Profit & Loss Account and the Balance Sheet is assumed.

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Teachers and trainers (1)

Phil Avery

Phil Avery

Financial Lecturer

Philip Avery Phil is a Lecturer and Consultant in Business Management and a non practising lawyer. He works as an associate for Bristol Management Centre lecturing in Business and Financial management development programmes. He has experience in working for many sectors both private & public including Hewlett Packard and the Welsh Assembly. His expertise is in business modelling & planning, business systems, financial analysis, project development & control and change planning. Much of this has been in public sector. He has a Masters degree in commercial law.

Course programme

Course Content
The course examines in detail the nature and scope of management accounting and the analysis and presentation of budgetary information to assist managers in making decisions. It is highly interactive and participation by course delegates is actively encouraged. Delivery involves the use of a comprehensive specially written manual, lectures, practical exercises, case study material and videos.

Topics covered, in detail, during the week include:
Cash Flow forecasting and the control of cash.
Business ratios/Indicators of performance and financial position.
The use of accounting information in decision making
The control of costs/cost accounting
Budgeting & Budgetary Control

Management Accounting & Budgeting for Non-Accountants

£ 499 + VAT