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Cash Flow Management

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When:

  • Mon 24 Mar ’14, 8:30am – 12:30pm

Where:

Manukau Institute of Technology, Corner of Manukau Station Road & Davies Avenue, Manukau City

Restrictions:

R15

Developing forecasts and managing your organisation’s cash flow are fundamental skills necessary in running a successful business. Learn about forecasting techniques, revenue and expenditure patterns, and how to align your cash-flow forecasts with your business budget in Cash Flow Management, a half-day MIT Business Course.

You’ll be taught how to distinguish between cash and accrual accounting, different techniques for creating accurate cash-flow forecasts and the components used for managing the cash-conversion cycle. Ensure your business is planning accurately for its financial future – sign up for this course today!

Core Content
Introduction to Cash Flow
- Cash vs. accrual accounting
- Elements of a cash-flow statement
- Confirm forecast period
- Formats and layouts
Building Accurate Cash Flow Forecasts
- Revenue and expenditure patterns
- Impact of capex and investment activities
- Confirm acceptable debt level
Managing the Cash Conversion Cycle
- Receivable collection terms
- Payable credit terms
- Inventory optimisation
- Exchange-rate management
Aligning Budgets and Cash Forecasts
- Use of budgets as a start point
- Ensuring that cash-flow forecasts align with budgets
- Use of rolling forecasts
Outcomes
At the end of this MIT Business Course for SMEs, you will...
- Understand the difference between cash and accrual accounting
- Have learned techniques for creating accurate cash-flow forecasts
- Have looked at the components used for managing the cash-conversion cycle
- Understand budget and forecast alignment
Training Style
- Presented by industry expert
- Real-life case studies
- Group discussion
- Action planning for your business with in-class feedback
- Post-course follow-up
Who Should Attend?
- SME owner/managers
- Managers and business managers in any organisation who are required to make use of budgets and forecasts in managing their business

Phone 0800 SKILL UP (754 5587) or email businesstraining@manukau.ac.nz

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