Computing professionals do not need to be financial experts but they must be financially literate to be able to grasp the essential financial reality of any situation.
This comprehensive, three-day course will equip participants with in-depth knowledge of core concepts and practices in finance, enabling full and fluent discussion of financial matters, as well as the means to implement that knowledge in a practical way.
Who Should Attend
As those without formal training in finance advance in their careers they are increasingly confronted with financial questions, financial techniques and financial terminology that is often difficult to grasp. Professionals with responsibility for strategic IT decision-making are often presented with many challenges, but without proper financial knowledge plans can be difficult to implement. This course is aimed at IT professionals who require a short but intense and comprehensive introduction to those key financial terms and techniques. The topics are covered in a highly systematic way, seen below:
Key Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Why Do This Course?
If you want to use your strengths in IT to identify opportunities to drive additional revenue, drive out costs or just want a better understanding of finance, this course will help.
By simplifying the way you do business, standardising processes and automating these processes you can drive real business value. You can only do that through the integration of IT and financial divisions.
Improve your knowledge of finance, learn to communicate effectively with your CFO and CEO, and contribute effectively when the time comes to plan investments.
If for any reason you need to cancel your place on the course, please ensure you are aware of our cancellation policy.
Cormac Lucey was born in Dublin and grew up in County Down and County Mayo. He was educated in UCD and qualified as a chartered accountant with Price Waterhouse in 1987. He has since worked in the financial industry, focusing on corporate finance. Between 2002 and 2007 he served as special adviser to the Tanaiste, Michael McDowell.
He has developed and currently presents the Diploma in Corporate finance (at Chartered Accountants Ireland) and the Diploma in Business Finance (at the Irish Management Institute). He also teaches finance at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School (University College Dublin).
He contributes regularly to discussions on public affairs and is a weekly columnist on economics with the Irish edition of The Sunday Times. He has contributed to several books including authoring Plan B – How Leaving the Euro Can Save Ireland and co-authoring The Business Compass – Perspectives on Business Ethics.
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