Making Budgeting Work in the Real World

Online Course on Budgeting in the Real WorldBudgeting in the Real World Online CPD Training Course

Budgeting seems so simple in the textbooks. So why does it often fail in practice? Stuart Warner explains the barriers to effective budgeting and enables learners to create and manage more successful budgets. The author’s practical experience, coupled with many hours discussing the issues in the classroom, enables him to frame the key questions and open the debate about how to create an effective and efficient budgeting process.

4 hours of CPD, 120 days access for £75 less 10% discountFinancial Fluency Special Price £67.50
 
Use code FF101 at checkout to receive the Financial Fluency special price

At the end of this online CPD course you will be able to

• Choose the most appropriate budgeting method
• Devise ways to overcome weaknesses in their current budgeting system
• Consider ways of better communicating and presenting budgets to non-financial staff
• Meet the varying budget preparation needs of different departments

This course is designed to appeal to professionals, both in finance functions and other areas, who are looking for a practical course that enables them to apply budgeting theory and knowledge in their own organisation.

Key areas covered

• Things aren’t what they seem
• Alternative budgeting systems
• Issues in setting budgets
• Monitoring and presenting budgets
• The future of budgeting

        

Example feedback

Rating: 5 Stars for online course 97% of learners thought this course met their CPD needs
Reviews:
“Being able to do it at my own pace and in my own time was really good.”
“The short and easy to read points on budgeting were great and the case studies which helped break up the theory and tested your knowledge of the topic were very informative. The way you could complete a certain area of the course and then come back to it to your own time was fantastic, I loved this flexibility.
“I like the fact that it forced me to think about why I was doing things. I also liked that the online facility was available at a time to suit me and did not involve travel and additional childcare arrangements for me.”
“The interactive format worked very well and being able to see what other participants were thinking was informative and interesting.”
“Although I have been involved in budgeting and forecasting for many years and am employing many of the techniques used in a small organisation it has forced me to rethink how I do things, why I do things, what could/would be more beneficial and how I can help the organisation make a culture change from its own understanding of ‘what a budget is.’”
“The course provided alternative methods to budgeting which I was looking for.”

“Offered me a different perspective on doing budgets, and also some subjects to think about from now on.”

“Short and punchy – easy to work through.”

“Interesting and no doubt correct observations on the budgeting operations and practise.”

You can review this course using the questionnaire in the course completion area.

Flexible learning

Learners take their own route through the topics covered in the course. They will learn at their own pace through a variety of interactive activities designed to accommodate a range of learning styles.

Peer-enriched learning courses stimulate intelligent dialogue and debate and provide a valuable and evolving resource of professional knowledge and experience. These courses are topical, practical and highly relevant to today’s changing market.

Each module is split into two activities: Understanding the issues and Putting it into practice. The first encourages learners to think about a topic, drawing on their own professional experience and knowledge. The second helps learners to put ideas and/or theories into practice as part of their day-to-day work.

MBW The Budgeting Cycle
MBW Budgeting or Forecasting
MBW Approaches
MBW Suitable management tool
MBW Beyond budgeting

About the Author of Making Budgeting Work in the Real World

Stuart WarnerStuart Warner is a Chartered Accountant, author, non-executive adviser and trainer, with over two decades of experience in finance.

Stuart’s goal is to help businesses increase productivity and profits through innovative and engaging finance training. He is a director of Financial Fluency Ltd and delivers finance based training programmes around the world to both finance and non-finance professionals.

Stuart has authored a number of publications on finance with both Harper Collins and Pearson / Financial Times publishing.

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Course Price and Features

4 hours of CPD, 120 days access for £75 less 10% discountFinancial Fluency Special Price £67.50
 
Use code FF101 at checkout to receive the Financial Fluency special price


• This course provides 4 hours of verifiable CPD
• You can access the course unlimited times for 120 days following purchase
• Full price = £75 (plus VAT) less 10% Financial Fluency discount = £67.50 (plus VAT)

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