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66198| Multiple Locations| Finance Skills For Procurement Officers|

This workshp  is designed to help buyers understand financial tools for effective supplier appraisal as part of their procurement due diligence processes. The course will offer participants a good understanding of how to effectively appraise the financial strengths of potential suppliers, during the tendering/ evaluation stages.

By the end of the course, participants will learn savvy tools to enhance their confidence in interpreting and evaluating the financial statements of suppliers in the private and third sector, as well as identify pertinent information critical to carve out better terms and conditions from suppliers during negotiation .

Contents :

1. Understanding financial probity in procurement activities

2. The core financial tools used for better supplier appraisal against potential viability risks

3. The structure of financial statement in the private and third sector

4. How to interpret financial reports confidently for better decision making

5. How to evaluate financial statements using financial ratios

6. Understanding the indicators of financial strengths and weaknesses and what that mean for your organisation

7. Introduction to cost account and its benefits in assessing breakeven point

8. Introduction to basic forecasting techniques for effective evaluation of suppliers' financial plans.

 

66201| Multiple Locations| Finance Skills For Procurement Officers|

This workshp  is designed to help buyers understand financial tools for effective supplier appraisal as part of their procurement due diligence processes. The course will offer participants a good understanding of how to effectively appraise the financial strengths of potential suppliers, during the tendering/ evaluation stages.

By the end of the course, participants will learn savvy tools to enhance their confidence in interpreting and evaluating the financial statements of suppliers in the private and third sector, as well as identify pertinent information critical to carve out better terms and conditions from suppliers during negotiation .

Contents :

1. Understanding financial probity in procurement activities

2. The core financial tools used for better supplier appraisal against potential viability risks

3. The structure of financial statement in the private and third sector

4. How to interpret financial reports confidently for better decision making

5. How to evaluate financial statements using financial ratios

6. Understanding the indicators of financial strengths and weaknesses and what that mean for your organisation

7. Introduction to cost account and its benefits in assessing breakeven point

8. Introduction to basic forecasting techniques for effective evaluation of suppliers' financial plans.

 

66204| Multiple Locations| Finance Skills For Procurement Officers|

This workshp  is designed to help buyers understand financial tools for effective supplier appraisal as part of their procurement due diligence processes. The course will offer participants a good understanding of how to effectively appraise the financial strengths of potential suppliers, during the tendering/ evaluation stages.

By the end of the course, participants will learn savvy tools to enhance their confidence in interpreting and evaluating the financial statements of suppliers in the private and third sector, as well as identify pertinent information critical to carve out better terms and conditions from suppliers during negotiation .

Contents :

1. Understanding financial probity in procurement activities

2. The core financial tools used for better supplier appraisal against potential viability risks

3. The structure of financial statement in the private and third sector

4. How to interpret financial reports confidently for better decision making

5. How to evaluate financial statements using financial ratios

6. Understanding the indicators of financial strengths and weaknesses and what that mean for your organisation

7. Introduction to cost account and its benefits in assessing breakeven point

8. Introduction to basic forecasting techniques for effective evaluation of suppliers' financial plans.

 

66205| Multiple Locations| Finance Skills For Procurement Officers|

This workshp  is designed to help buyers understand financial tools for effective supplier appraisal as part of their procurement due diligence processes. The course will offer participants a good understanding of how to effectively appraise the financial strengths of potential suppliers, during the tendering/ evaluation stages.

By the end of the course, participants will learn savvy tools to enhance their confidence in interpreting and evaluating the financial statements of suppliers in the private and third sector, as well as identify pertinent information critical to carve out better terms and conditions from suppliers during negotiation .

Contents :

1. Understanding financial probity in procurement activities

2. The core financial tools used for better supplier appraisal against potential viability risks

3. The structure of financial statement in the private and third sector

4. How to interpret financial reports confidently for better decision making

5. How to evaluate financial statements using financial ratios

6. Understanding the indicators of financial strengths and weaknesses and what that mean for your organisation

7. Introduction to cost account and its benefits in assessing breakeven point

8. Introduction to basic forecasting techniques for effective evaluation of suppliers' financial plans.

 

66206| Multiple Locations| Finance Skills For Procurement Officers|

This workshp  is designed to help buyers understand financial tools for effective supplier appraisal as part of their procurement due diligence processes. The course will offer participants a good understanding of how to effectively appraise the financial strengths of potential suppliers, during the tendering/ evaluation stages.

By the end of the course, participants will learn savvy tools to enhance their confidence in interpreting and evaluating the financial statements of suppliers in the private and third sector, as well as identify pertinent information critical to carve out better terms and conditions from suppliers during negotiation .

Contents :

1. Understanding financial probity in procurement activities

2. The core financial tools used for better supplier appraisal against potential viability risks

3. The structure of financial statement in the private and third sector

4. How to interpret financial reports confidently for better decision making

5. How to evaluate financial statements using financial ratios

6. Understanding the indicators of financial strengths and weaknesses and what that mean for your organisation

7. Introduction to cost account and its benefits in assessing breakeven point

8. Introduction to basic forecasting techniques for effective evaluation of suppliers' financial plans.

 

66189| Multiple Locations| Introduction To Management Course For New Managers|

This two days  course will teach participants how to manage and organise their department to meet corporate goals through effective management skills. Participants will understand the contextual dynamics of their functional role, as well as sound management tools to better achieve corporate goals and objectives.

 

Fees- £960

Contents :

  • Definition of management
  • Understanding the role of a manager
  • Culture and structural dynamics and impact on managers role
  • Role conflict in management
  • Principles of planning
  • The planning cascade
  • Organising your time
  • Organising your work
  • Making effective decision
  • Leading your team and setting values
  • Setting clear direction and aligning the team
  • Controlling, motivating and appraising team performance
66192| Multiple Locations| Introduction To Management Course For New Managers|

This two days  course will teach participants how to manage and organise their department to meet corporate goals through effective management skills. Participants will understand the contextual dynamics of their functional role, as well as sound management tools to better achieve corporate goals and objectives.

 

Fees- £960

Contents :

  • Definition of management
  • Understanding the role of a manager
  • Culture and structural dynamics and impact on managers role
  • Role conflict in management
  • Principles of planning
  • The planning cascade
  • Organising your time
  • Organising your work
  • Making effective decision
  • Leading your team and setting values
  • Setting clear direction and aligning the team
  • Controlling, motivating and appraising team performance
66194| Multiple Locations| Introduction To Management Course For New Managers|

This two days  course will teach participants how to manage and organise their department to meet corporate goals through effective management skills. Participants will understand the contextual dynamics of their functional role, as well as sound management tools to better achieve corporate goals and objectives.

 

Fees- £960

Contents :

  • Definition of management
  • Understanding the role of a manager
  • Culture and structural dynamics and impact on managers role
  • Role conflict in management
  • Principles of planning
  • The planning cascade
  • Organising your time
  • Organising your work
  • Making effective decision
  • Leading your team and setting values
  • Setting clear direction and aligning the team
  • Controlling, motivating and appraising team performance
66196| Multiple Locations| Introduction To Management Course For New Managers|

This two days  course will teach participants how to manage and organise their department to meet corporate goals through effective management skills. Participants will understand the contextual dynamics of their functional role, as well as sound management tools to better achieve corporate goals and objectives.

 

Fees- £960

Contents :

  • Definition of management
  • Understanding the role of a manager
  • Culture and structural dynamics and impact on managers role
  • Role conflict in management
  • Principles of planning
  • The planning cascade
  • Organising your time
  • Organising your work
  • Making effective decision
  • Leading your team and setting values
  • Setting clear direction and aligning the team
  • Controlling, motivating and appraising team performance
66197| Multiple Locations| Introduction To Management Course For New Managers|

This two days  course will teach participants how to manage and organise their department to meet corporate goals through effective management skills. Participants will understand the contextual dynamics of their functional role, as well as sound management tools to better achieve corporate goals and objectives.

 

Fees- £960

Contents :

  • Definition of management
  • Understanding the role of a manager
  • Culture and structural dynamics and impact on managers role
  • Role conflict in management
  • Principles of planning
  • The planning cascade
  • Organising your time
  • Organising your work
  • Making effective decision
  • Leading your team and setting values
  • Setting clear direction and aligning the team
  • Controlling, motivating and appraising team performance
66172| Multiple Locations| Best Practice Procurement and Supply Chain Management|

Course Objectives :To master procurement best practice and improve your skills-set. This course is suitable for professionals as part of their continuous professional development (CPD). It is also suitable for those who want to quickly learn more about the procurement cycle to specifically improve their professional effectiveness at work.

Contents :

  • Understanding the language and supporting legislation governing public sector procurement
  • Exploring the critical stages of procurement as part of supply chain management
  • The key controls and strategic objectives of procurement activities
  • The importance of specification and how to design them and sourcing strategies (pros and cons)
  • Understanding different supplier solicitation document including when they are to be used in the procurement process-RFI, RFQ, RFP including templates
  • Various techniques for designing evaluation scoring system including the pros and cons of each approach
  • Putting together a pre-qualification questionnaire and invitation to tender pack for competitive bidding.
  • Exploring the challenges of procurement activities in organisations.
  • Importance of negotiation, introduction to contracts and contract management, managing suppliers' relationship

 

 

66175| Multiple Locations| Best Practice Procurement and Supply Chain Management|

Course Objectives :To master procurement best practice and improve your skills-set. This course is suitable for professionals as part of their continuous professional development (CPD). It is also suitable for those who want to quickly learn more about the procurement cycle to specifically improve their professional effectiveness at work.

Contents :

  • Understanding the language and supporting legislation governing public sector procurement
  • Exploring the critical stages of procurement as part of supply chain management
  • The key controls and strategic objectives of procurement activities
  • The importance of specification and how to design them and sourcing strategies (pros and cons)
  • Understanding different supplier solicitation document including when they are to be used in the procurement process-RFI, RFQ, RFP including templates
  • Various techniques for designing evaluation scoring system including the pros and cons of each approach
  • Putting together a pre-qualification questionnaire and invitation to tender pack for competitive bidding.
  • Exploring the challenges of procurement activities in organisations.
  • Importance of negotiation, introduction to contracts and contract management, managing suppliers' relationship

 

 

66178| Multiple Locations| Best Practice Procurement and Supply Chain Management|

Course Objectives :To master procurement best practice and improve your skills-set. This course is suitable for professionals as part of their continuous professional development (CPD). It is also suitable for those who want to quickly learn more about the procurement cycle to specifically improve their professional effectiveness at work.

Contents :

  • Understanding the language and supporting legislation governing public sector procurement
  • Exploring the critical stages of procurement as part of supply chain management
  • The key controls and strategic objectives of procurement activities
  • The importance of specification and how to design them and sourcing strategies (pros and cons)
  • Understanding different supplier solicitation document including when they are to be used in the procurement process-RFI, RFQ, RFP including templates
  • Various techniques for designing evaluation scoring system including the pros and cons of each approach
  • Putting together a pre-qualification questionnaire and invitation to tender pack for competitive bidding.
  • Exploring the challenges of procurement activities in organisations.
  • Importance of negotiation, introduction to contracts and contract management, managing suppliers' relationship

 

 

66179| Multiple Locations| Best Practice Procurement and Supply Chain Management|

Course Objectives :To master procurement best practice and improve your skills-set. This course is suitable for professionals as part of their continuous professional development (CPD). It is also suitable for those who want to quickly learn more about the procurement cycle to specifically improve their professional effectiveness at work.

Contents :

  • Understanding the language and supporting legislation governing public sector procurement
  • Exploring the critical stages of procurement as part of supply chain management
  • The key controls and strategic objectives of procurement activities
  • The importance of specification and how to design them and sourcing strategies (pros and cons)
  • Understanding different supplier solicitation document including when they are to be used in the procurement process-RFI, RFQ, RFP including templates
  • Various techniques for designing evaluation scoring system including the pros and cons of each approach
  • Putting together a pre-qualification questionnaire and invitation to tender pack for competitive bidding.
  • Exploring the challenges of procurement activities in organisations.
  • Importance of negotiation, introduction to contracts and contract management, managing suppliers' relationship

 

 

66163| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66164| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66165| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66166| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66168| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66169| Multiple Locations| Finance For Project Managers|

Course Objectives :

This two days  course is designed for any staff who have responsibilities for planning and managing projects. Managers and staff who are involved in capital development projects with significant financial investments that wish to learn how to effectively assess financial risks and management strategies to achieve corporate strategies will benefit tremendously from this course.

What is it about

Completing projects on time and within the agreed budget can only be achieved with a well robust project management skills by those involved in planning and managing projects. A thorough understanding of financial planning, monitoring and control is a key essential requirements for success in any projects delivery and this course is designed to provide participants with financial tools such as budgeting, mastering financial terminologies, evaluating financial risks, interpreting financial data and forecasting cash flow and final profit and loss on any project.

Contents :

• Why is financial planning important in project management

• Understanding financial terminologies and basic concepts

• Understanding financial policies and their impact on project financial management- e.g prudence and consistency

• What is the difference between Revenue vs. Capital Expenditure

• What is the difference between cost and revenue

• What is depreciation and it impacts on project financial planning

• How does Value Added Tax impact project costings– an introduction

• Compiling the project cost budget and sensitivity analysis

• Compiling cashflow forecasts

• Financial evaluation of projects -Discounted Cashflow, Payback Period & Net Present Value Techniques

• Understanding project risk management techniques

• Financial monitoring of projects- variance analysis

• Controlling project changes and updating the financial plan

• Financial controls – purchases and income

• Contractual terms – the financial issues

• Summary – avoiding the common pitfalls

What will I get out of it?

• Ability to evaluate the business case for any project

• Understanding of key financial terms and concepts

• Skills to create a cash flow forecast for a project

• Interpretation of project management accounts and managing project within budgets and more

 

 

We can offer this course in-house and through distance learning mode. Contact us for more information about our in-house programme and distance learning training course programme.

66156| Multiple Locations| Strategic Business Planning- For Business Startups|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66159| Multiple Locations| Strategic Business Planning- For Business Startups|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66161| Multiple Locations| Strategic Business Planning- For Business Startups|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66162| Multiple Locations| Strategic Business Planning- For Business Startups|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66151| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66152| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66153| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66154| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66149| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

66150| Multiple Locations| How To Write A Business Plan For Funding Course|

The aim of this course is to enable participant to learn skills for putting together strategic business plans for any type of organisation.

Contents :

 

Participants get to learn:


1. The importance of putting together a business plan & misconception of business planning

2. What is a business plan


3. The difference between strategic planning and business planning


4. Strategic planning in action using different models and its link to business planning


5. Scope and contents of a business plan


6. How to clarify your vision and mission as well as put together your vision and mission statement


7. How to develop corporate strategy, business goals and targets

8. How to identify and scope out your target markets and their buying criteria so that you can put together an effective marketing strategy/ plan for effective marketing.


9. Defining and clarifying your products features and benefits, as well as your pricing strategies


10. Using PEST Analysis and Porters 5 Forces to analyse your external operating environments


11. Determine indirect and direct competition and put together a unique selling preposition


12. Exploring and identify gaps in


13. Identify and evaluate SWOT analysis and put together milestones


14. Risk assessment and develop risk management strategies for business success


15. Understanding marketing mix and put together effective marketing strategies and

 

16Tips for presenting your business plan effectively to stakeholders.

 

 

 

We offer in-house training courses for organisations with 3 or more staff. We cover the entire UK so please contact us directly to find out more about this.

 

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