Financial Reporting & Analysis Certificate Series Special
ambers and PRATTedu have partnered together to produce an exciting new Certificate Series on Financial Reporting & Analysis, and as a special introductory offer former Lambers customers and users can get it for only $299.
This eleven-course online program covers everything you need to know to read, understand, and analyze financial statements, developing management – not just accounting – skills, the kind of skills that help you move up the organizational ladder, and it comes with a certificate to prove it!
Lambers on-demand Financial Reporting & Analysis Certificate Series gives you the skills to thrive in today’s complicated financial world. Don’t wait, order today!
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Buy the Financial Reporting & Analysis Certificate Series for ONLY $299.
THE CERTIFICATE SERIES INCLUDE:
What's covered in the series?
The series requirements for a Certificate in Financial Reporting & Analysis consists of 11 separate video-based courses, worth 28 CPE credits, and is designed to show you how financial statements can be used to make better business decisions through thoughtful evaluation of a firm’s financial performance and condition as well as highlighting the factors that drive business success. The entire series relies heavily on real-world companies and examples. After completing this series, you will not only be able to better prepare financial statements, but you will also have mastered the ability to use them as a tool to make better business decisions.
The courses in the Financial Reporting & Analysis Certificate Series can be broken into four parts. Part one includes two courses, and together they introduce the fundamental role of financial statements and review the mechanics of their preparation. The second part contains two courses that are basically the heart of the series. Together, they rely heavily on real world examples to establish the analysis theme that pervades the remainder of the series. The first course introduces financial ratio analysis and develops the return on equity ROIC model, and the second course takes on the statement of cash flows, which can be used to assess a company’s investment and financing strategies. Part three, contains four courses which use various accounting methods to demonstrate their relationships and links to financial statements. Finally, the fourth section of the series covers the important role of financial statements and their analysis in the valuation of a firm.