Mastering Costs and Budgets

This programme is part of a larger programme "Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers". Discover the full programme here!

We’ve followed government advice and cancelled all on-campus activities for the time being. Therefore this programme will be organised online, rather than on campus. As we’ve been developing our online learning offer for many years we’re confident that you’ll get maximum value from this digital experience. All you need to take part is a good internet connection, webcam and microphone.

Budget under control, profit within reach

How do you compile cost data? How do you calculate the cost? And how do you establish a budget?

This programme is a source of invaluable advice. We provide you with the right knowledge and instruments to allow you to better assess the profitability of products, customers and markets.

Once you have followed the programme, you will be capable to set up a simple cost system and perfectly explain the meaning of Activity Based Costing. Not to forget, establishing and analysing a budget will also become a piece of cake.

Upcoming Editions

Start: 22/06/2020

Venue(s): Online

Language: Dutch

Enrol

Start: 28/10/2020

Venue(s): Vlerick Campus Brussels

Language: English

Enrol (Brussel)

Start: 28/04/2021

Venue(s): Vlerick Campus Ghent

Language: Dutch

Enrol (Gent)

Why this programme?

Why this programme?
  • You will know the key concepts and various techniques used to calculate costs
  • You will be able to tell the difference between relevant and irrelevant costs and yields
  • You will master the technique of Activity Based Costing (ABC)
  • You will have acquired the techniques necessary to establish a budget

For whom?

For whom?
  • You have no or little prior knowledge of Accounting
  • You seek to increase your competence in cost calculation and the budgeting process
  • Note that some prior knowledge is needed. Click further.

Detailed programme

Detailed Programme

This 3-day programme covers 3 modules: key costing concepts, from full costing to activity based management, and budgeting.

Practical info

Info

Type: Short Focused

Length: 3 days

Start: 22/06/2020

Language: Dutch or English

IAB certified

This programme entitles 18 PE points.

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