Learn how to deal with in-depth financial concepts, communicate fluently about financial matters and engage proactively in interdepartmental planning by completing our Finance for IT Professionals course.
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Duration | 3 Days
Cost | €1749/€1399
CPD Points | 31.5
Venue | Dublin 4 or on-site nationwide
The course is suited to those who would like to learn how to effectively deal with financial data. If you are responsible for strategic IT decision-making or have recently taken up a position that requires you to deal with financial data, this course is an ideal choice.
The course will provide a short but intense and comprehensive introduction to core financial concepts within IT; it is concise, modular, focused and supplies practical, usable information for IT professionals.
Course content is delivered by Cormac Lucey, a highly acclaimed and experienced finance professional. He is a qualified chartered accountant and has developed and currently presents several other finance programmes in Chartered Accountants Ireland, the Irish Management Institute and the Michael Smurfit Graduate School.
You will be able to use your newly acquired financial knowledge to create new opportunities within the financial division of your organisation and drive additional revenue.
You will improve your knowledge of key financial concepts and be able to communicate more effectively with your CFO and CEO when conducting financial planning.
Through an in-depth understanding of the processes that underlie how finance and IT interact, you will be able to standardise and simplify how you do business, driving value in the long term.
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.