We have launched a new basic maths and statistics half day classroom based course.
This basic maths and statistics course is aimed at anyone working in the public and non-profit sectors who wishes to become more confident with numbers and key calculations.
A Popular Course
The programme covers basic mathematical terms; use of calculators; fractions; percentages; averages; statistics; and more. It is not unusual for public and non-profit sector organisations to provide figures in relation to performance indicators. These usually include statistics on trends, ratios, comparisons, etc. Many of their stakeholders require this information. Often presentations need to be made in the form of tables and charts. The ability to provide this information in a interesting way is a useful skill to have.
Therefore, participants can hope to learn basic mathematical processes to provide and to analyse data that is given to them. Basic maths and statistics is underpinning knowledge that is transferable to any organisation and job role.
- Basic mathematical terms
- Using a calculator
- Fractions and percentages
- Central tendency (averages)
- Collecting and analysing data
- Making presentations
About the Trainers: Lascelles Hussey and Jennifer Bean
They are both Chartered Accountants, and hold Masters in Business Administration. As Directors of HB Publications and Training International, they have over 25 years’ experience in developing and delivering financial training programmes to the public sector. Being the authors of the “Essential Skills for the Public Sector” series of books which includes “Basic Financial Skills for the public sector”demonstrates their expertise and knowledge.
They look forward to sharing their skills and expertise on this financial management course.
This course will include:
- A copy of one of our finance books
- Course Notes
- Illustrations/Case Studies/Practice Exercises
- Trainer-led PowerPoint presentations
Next Date: 3rd April 2020 and 1st May 2020
Location: Chartered Accountants Hall, One Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA