School Finance for Non-Finance Executives

School Finance can be one of the most challenging of principals' responsibilities because for many it is an area in which they have little or no training or expertise. It is also likely that the elected members of the (school) governing body may be equally ill-equipped for the task [Clark A; (2008; 278)].

  • Module 1: Understanding Financial basics
  • Module 2: Reading and Interpretation of financial statements
  • Module 3: Income Statement
  • Module 4: Balance Sheet
  • Module 5: Cash Flow Statement
  • Module 6: Financial Planning: The Budget
  • Module 7: Financial Decision and Business Evaluation

Pich Rathmony

Expert in Business Management Finance, and Associate Trainer

Ms. Rathmony is a specialist in Financial Management and Entrepreneurship Education. She has her Bachelor's Degree in Business Economics from the National University of Management and a Master's Degree in General Management from Charles Sturt University. In addition, she earns an acceptance to provincial Certification Training of Business Edge by Mekong Private Sector Development Facility which is part of World Bank Group.           
Ms. Rathmony has had more than 14 years of experience in consulting and delivering business training to those concerned business owners within the country. She has conducted training in some sectors such as Trade Unions, Multi-National Corporation –Garment factories, NGOs, Government Agencies, and Business corporate companies. Her training expertise is Business Plan Creation, Micro Business, Entrepreneurship, Project Planning, Accounting, and Financial skills.
Currently, Mony is a full-time trainer and consultant specializes in Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) for EDI in assisting clients to design strategic process, managing and reporting by business project and oversee with those projects to ensure that project members understand their jobs and are able to fulfill company’s expectation to achieve their financial goals and objectives.

  1. Know to do a budget plan effectively. 
  2. Practical experience in managing cash flow.
  3. Better check income and expense statements.

 

Managers, supervisors, and anyone who has been working related to the marketing field or who has been in the role for a while but has not had formal training.

Course Detail

  • Trainer :Pich Rathmony
  • Class Start :16 May 2020
  • Class End :17 Jun 2020
  • Seat Availble :25 Seats
  • Time : 08:00 - 17:00
  • Fee :190 $
  • Early Bird : 160 $
  • venue :EDI Training Center