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Risk Control

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

Topics include controlling property, personnel, liability, and net income loss exposures, intellectual property loss exposures, criminal loss exposures, disaster recovery for property loss exposures, understandng claim administration, fleet operations loss exposure, environmental loss exposures, understanding system safety, motivating and monitoring risk control activities.

Risk Financing

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

Topics include understanding insurance as a risk financing technique, insurance plan design, forecasting accidental losses and risk financing needs, self �insurance plans, retrospective rating plans, reinsurance and its importance to risk financing plan captive insurance plans, finite and integrated risk insurance plans, capital market risk financing plans, noninsurance contractual transfer of risk, and purchasing insurance and other risk financing services. DOI CE: 35 CE hours for fire/casualty broker agents for instructor led courses. Online course not approved for DOI CE credit. However, CE credit can be obtained by passing the National Exam through IIA, www.aicpcu.org

What you will learn

How to apply risk financing techniques to lower the cost of risk
Decision rules for choosing risk financing techniques
Using loss severity distributions and trending to identify risk funding targets
Impact and use of captive, reinsurance, claims administration, and cost allocation when retaining risk

Business and Financial Analysis for Risk Management and Insurance Professionals

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

Topics include basics of corporate finance, financial statements, sources of additional financial and nonfinancial information, financial statement analysis, working capital management, time value of money, discounted cash flow valuation, bonds and stocks, operating environment and corporate finance, insurer investment strategies, insurer income and dividend policy, insurer capital: needs and sources, capital structure of insurers, making capital investment decisions, and mergers and acquisitions. DOI CE: 40 CE hours for fire/casualty broker agents for instructor lead courses Online course not approved for DOI CE credit. However, CE credit can be obtained by passing the National Exam through IIA, www.aicpcu.org.

Creating Value Through Financial Management

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

This course provides a concise overview of how financial management is used to create higher market values for an organization. Since the information contained within these lessons deals with advanced topics, the user should have a good working knowledge of both accounting and financial management prior to taking this course. Creating Value Through Financial Management is recommended for 6 hours of Continuing Professional Education.

Learning Objectives
�How to move your company into more value �added activities
�How to break the accounting habit, and why you should
�How to understand the difference between cash �flow and earnings
�How to look for value that is not on the Balance Sheet
�How to restructure a company
�Is a merger the right plan?
�How to initiate Value Based Management in your company
�How to measure the creation of value
�How to use innovative strategizing to create real value

Topics Covered
�Introduction
•LESSON 1: The New Role of Finance
•LESSON 2: Value �Based Management
•LESSON 3: Measuring Value
•LESSON 4: Real Sources of Value

Equities

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

This course provides the student with general characteristics of equity securities, including various aspects of stocks and government securities, rights and warrants, computations of interest, yield and price, and how to make recommendations to customers. An educational must �have for beginners in the banking and financial industries.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
•Learn the general characteristics of equity securities
•Understand the various aspects of stocks and government securities
•Learn about the various types of rights and warrants
•Understand computations of interest, yield and price calculations
•Learn how to make recommendations to customers
•Understand the purpose and types of convertible securities, U.S. government securities and U.S. government Agency Securities
•Learn about the purpose of collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs)

TOPICS COVERED:

•INTRODUCTION
•LESSON 1: GENERAL CHARACTERISITCS OF EQUITY SECURITIES
•LESSON 2: STOCKS
•LESSON 3: RIGHTS AND WARRANTS
•LESSON 4: TYPES OF STOCK IDENTIFIED BY MARKET RISK
•LESSON 5: CORPORATE BONDS
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Evaluating Financial Performance

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

This course provides a basic understanding of how to use ratio analysis for evaluating financial performance. It discusses the scope, significance and calculation of ratios whose understanding is key to evaluating the financial strength of a company.

Learning Objectives
�Appreciate the significance of using ratios
�Understand Return on Equity and its components
•Understand, calculate and use Liquidity Ratios
•Understand, calculate and use Asset Management Ratios
•Understand, calculate and use Profitability Ratios
•Understand, calculate and use Leverage Ratios
•Understand, calculate and use Market Value Ratios
•Compare financial statements

Topics Covered
�Introduction
•LESSON 1: RETURN ON EQUITY
•LESSON 2: LIQUIDITY RATIOS
•LESSON 3: ASSET MANAGEMENT RATIOS
•LESSON 4: PROFITABILITY RATIOS
•LESSON 5: LEVERAGE RATIOS
•LESSON 6: MARKET VALUE RATIOS
•LESSON 7: COMPARING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Analyzing Financial Statements

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

This 1.5 �hour course examines financial statements in detail, including components of a balance sheet, their calculations, and the effects of transactions on the balance sheet and the income statement. Students should have some prior understanding of financial statements before taking this course.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
•Understand the main components of a financial statement,
•Identify measures of liquidity, risk of bankruptcy, and asset coverage.
•Recognize the effect of transactions on a balance sheet, from asset sales to stock splits and dividends.
•Understand the principle components of an income statement.

TOPICS COVERED:
•Introduction
•Lesson 1: Components of the Balance Sheet
•Lesson 2: Balance Sheet Calculations
•Lesson 3: Effects of Transactions on the Balance Sheet
•Lesson 4: The Income Statement.

CPA Review - Financial Accounting and Reporting (Certificate)

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lakeway, United States
  V

Financial Accounting and Reporting is one of the four subject matter categories for the CPA Examination. It consists of the following topics.
•Basic Theory and Financial Reporting
â—¦Basic Concepts
â—¦Error Corrections
â—¦Accounting Changes
â—¦Financial Statements
•Inventory
•Fixed Assets
•Monetary Current Assets and Current Liabilities
•Present Value
â—¦Fundamentals
â—¦Bonds
â—¦Debt Restructure
â—¦Pensions
â—¦Leases
•Deferred Taxes
•Stockholders�Equity
•Investments
•Statement of Cash Flows
•Business Combinations and Consolidations
•Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities
•Miscellaneous
â—¦Personal Financial Statements
â—¦Interim Reporting
â—¦Segment Reporting
â—¦Partnership Accounting
â—¦Foreign Currency Translation
•Governmental
•Not �for �Profit
•Outlines of Accounting Pronouncements

The components of this course package are.
•Video course for Financial Accounting and Review
•Wiley CPA Review textbook for Financial Accounting and Review
•Downloadable Financial Accounting Handout
•Wiley 14.0 Practice Software
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Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: GTC Economic Development and Corporate Training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, United States
  V

Finance &, Accounting for Non-financial Managers is an American Mangement Association Course.

From accruals to write-offs, from accounts receivable to working capital, this course provides you with a working knowledge of financial principles and their application. These skills are essential for a manger to be effective in today&,#146,s uncertain economy where every manager is being held accountable for the bottom line.

This course transforms financial and accounting language and concepts into decision-making tools the non-financial manager can use successfully every day. Participants learn to apply the fundamentals of finance to improve budget management, increase potential profits, sell new ideas and assess the financial viability of projects. This two-day course makes financial topics both interesting and understandable -- to anyone!

Personal Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Greenville Technical College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, United States

This course includes the practical applications of concepts and techniques used in managing personal finances. Major areas of study include financial planning, budgeting, credit use, housing, insurance, investments, and retirement planning.

Financial Strategies for Retirement

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States

Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement Learn to control your financial destiny. Discuss ways to generate steady retirement income, maximize investment returns, protect assets, minimize income taxes and reduce estate taxes.

Financial Planning

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States
  V

Introduction to Financial Planning Put your money to work. Develop an integrated, balanced financial plan that includes tax reduction methods, income protection and retirement planning. Study insurance, real estate, fixed-income investments, stock market, mutual funds, education needs and principles of taxation and planning.

Personal Finance

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States

Study economic theory as it applies to consumer decision making. Learn how to make practical choices regarding consumer saving, investing and budgeting. Gain knowledge in the use of credit, insurance, housing, career choice, retirement and estate planning.

Managerial Accounting

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States

Learn principles of managerial accounting. Study methods of cost accounting, cost volume profit analysis, capital budgeting, decision-making analysis and budgeting methods. Prepare cash flow statements and perform financial statement analysis.

Financial Accounting

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States
  V

Learn principles of financial accounting for proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. Study accrual-based accounting and the accounting cycle. Analyze and record financial transactions, prepare financial statements, and learn to account for receivables, inventories, fixed assets and liabilities.

Strategic Financial Analysis for Business Evaluation

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Harvard Business School Executive Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Boston, United States
  V

Business Strategy Analysis

To evaluate a company&,#146,s current financial position and its likely future performance, you must first understand how the company approaches its market. Through this leadership training program, you will learn how to:
•Use the principles of financial analysis to evaluate alternative business strategies
•Identify a company&,#146,s positioning in relation to its competitors
•Explore the key success factors and potential risks that will affect business performance
•Determine how well those success factors and risks are being managed

Accounting Analysis

A company&,#146,s accounting methods can elucidate or obscure its business economics and strategy. The program is designed to help you:
•Examine accounting quality to evaluate estimates of current and future performance
•Understand how accounting, auditing, and management controls influence the success of a financial organization
•Judge how effectively a firm&,#146,s financial statements reflect its business

Financial Analysis

Looking at examples from diverse companies, you will learn how to leve... [Read More]

Finance for Senior Executives

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Harvard Business School Executive Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Boston, United States
  V

•Understanding the role of finance in supporting the functional areas of a firm
•Employing basic analytical skills and the principles of corporate finance
•Working with capital markets and financial institutions—how do they operate, what are the best practices for maximizing available resources, and what are the implications of recent market developments?
•Utilizing the standard techniques of analysis, including capital budgeting, cash flow, valuation, and risk analysis
•Establishing and monitoring executive compensation policies
•Managing corporate distributions—including cash, property, and stock dividends—within the context of redemptions and liquidations
•Examining the decision-making processes of corporate managers, stockholders, creditors, unions, financial advisers, investors, and turnaround specialists
•Restructuring and strategically employing valuation and financial analysis
•Mastering the theory and best practices related to profit planning, strategic profitability analysis, resource allocation, residual income techniques, and performance scorecards
•Setting performance goals and incentives, and using diagnostic and ... [Read More]

Audit Committees in a New Era of Governance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Harvard Business School Executive Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Boston, United States
  V

The action-oriented curriculum engages audit committee members and CFOs in exploring key questions, including:
•How should audit committees and management deal with the heightened demand being placed on committee members for greater oversight and a higher level of financial and accounting expertise?
•How can audit committees improve transparency for investors?
•How can audit committees meet investor expectations for improved financial reporting and disclosure?
•What role, if any, should audit committees play in the investor relations process?
•How can audit committees better manage their relationships with directors, corporate management, and internal and external auditors?
•Given these and related issues, what should the charters of audit committees contain, and how can these committees be designed to fulfill their responsibilities?

Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University - Wisconsin
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, United States

This course presents theory and
practices of finance. Students examine structure of companies and analyze
effects of various long-term and short-term financing options.

Financial Planning

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University - Wisconsin
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, United States
  V

This course covers personal financial planning and
management. Topics include the financial planning process, household
financial statements and budgets, tax planning, managing assets and credit,
determining insurance needs, managing investments, retirement planning,
and estate planning.

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