The American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) is pleased to offer this webinar on “Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers ” Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Central.
This 2-hour webinar will be presented for free to all AFSA members, as part of the AFSA Economic Relief program introduced August 1, 2009 now extended through December 2011.
This webinar will be recorded. You can purchase the recording and receive a copy of the streamed recording, the handouts, and one certificate of credit per purchase. You will receive up to 15 views. If you would like to receive the members FREE live online streamed event AND the recording, choose the package deal to add the live streaming event. The live steaming event will include unlimited certificates of credit for members only registered for the live event. If you want a certificate of credit after the live event takes place, you must purchase certificates of credit (one per recording.)
Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers
Nobody got into the fire protection business because he enjoyed the financial aspects of the business. Few use financial statements to really understand the business and make the right decisions. Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to identify information that financial managers use to increase profits to determine how much working capital is enough; evaluate the financial structure of your firm; whether your company is price-sensitive or volume-sensitive and what to do about it; and explain how to use financials ratio to take a financial physical.
About the Presenter – Randy Stutzman
Randy Stutzman is a principal in FMI’s Investment Banking practice. As a specialist in corporate mergers, acquisitions, and strategy development, Randy helps contractors throughout the country develop and implement plans that are uniquely tailored to meet individual needs, including acquire additional business, sell existing business units or ensure that profitable organic growth is achieved. He is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, holding a Master of Business Administration.
Connection Requirements & Options
A desktop or laptop computer connected to the Internet is required. You will be provided with a link to join in. You will use your browser (i.e. Safari, Firefox, Mozilla, etc.) to get connected to the live PowerPoint presentation and live audio. You can have many people listening in your office.; however, only those who register for a certificate will receive CEU credit. The audio will be transmitted though your computer speakers. Or, you can call in (long distance charges of about $18 will be posted to your phone bill.) You can ask questions from wherever you are using a feature that allows you to type in your question during the live presentation. The speaker will read your question aloud and answer it live. You will be able to download the PDF file of the PowerPoint slide presentation the day of the seminar. You can also print the PDF file presentation and make as many copies as you need for note-taking.
You will register on the KRM registration site. Confirmations will be received from KRM.