For whom?

The programme 'Mastering Costs and Budgets' is targeted towards:

  • Managers having no or little prior knowledge of Accounting. Note that basic knowledge of Excel, and understaning of the Balance Sheet, P&L and Cash flow statement is required. Some free and good Excel tutorials you can find here. If you feel you are missing insights in financial statements, we strongly recommend you the first module "Understanding Annual Reports" of the package programme "Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers", as this is tackled here.
  • Professionals seeking to increase their competence in cost calculation and the budgeting process

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming Marketing Managers, Programme Managers, Project Managers, Business Unit Managers, CEOs, Consultants… from companies like Electrabel, ING, Tupperware and also several SMEs.

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A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.

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