Courses Details
Course Overview
When making economic/business decisions, it is important to be able to compare alternative opportunities using an objective yardstick.  The financial aspect is one of most important factors in making these decisions.  This requires the ability to identify financial statements relationship.  This course provides a framework for analyzing alternative investments, exploring Cost-Volume-Profit analysis and applying ratio analysis to financial statements; while providing an understanding of capital investment analysis and methods of evaluating investment
Course Schedule
Target Audience
Senior personnel, financial analysts and capital project managers
Course Prerequisites
Basic English and Arithmetic
Expected Accomplishments
Understand the three different, but related financial statements
Learn the practical tools for analyzing capital investment
Use ratio analysis to interpret the financial statements

Course Outline
Financial statements – its preparation and uses
Read, analyze and interpret the financial statement
Ratio analysis and other techniques
Turnover and performance ratios
Returns and profitability ratios
Liquidity and solvency ratios
Leverage and gearing ratios
Market ratios
Comparative statements and common–size statements