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Know Your Numbers: Intro to Finance

$499.00

This certificate course focuses on everything you need to know to have a basic understanding of finance.

 

$399 Sports ETA Member

$499 Non-Sports ETA Member

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Description

Income statements, balance sheets, cash flow, accounting methods, pro formas and more. This course if designed for anyone who has ever wanted a clearer understanding of the core components of finance, applicable to any indsutry. Elevate your knowledge of this key area of business through this 5-session course breaking down principles of finance in an understandable and unintimidating way.

 

Academic Program

Sports Tourism Strategist

Credits

4

Certification

Certificate of Achievement: Intro to Finance

Duration

Approx. 4 hours of content

Price

Sports ETA member – $399, Non-Member- $499

 

Session 1

Course Overview and Intro to Finance

Duration

29 minutes

Learning Outcomes

• Students will learn about the types of firms and non-profits
• Students will learn about the role of the financial manager.

Learners Content

In this session, learners will gain an understanding of the types of firms and non-profits and the role of the finance manager, no matter who that is in your organization or organization size.

Assessments

Knowledge only, no assessment

Matriculation Logic

Must complete session one for access to session two

Content Provider

Greg Pepitone, Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Content Provider Bio

Greg is a Senior Economis at Tourism Economics with over 12 years of experience providing strategic advisory services to clients in the tourism, sports, and convention industries. He focuses in the areas of economic and fiscal impact assessment, market viability and strategy, business planning and analysis, and facility and other capital project planning.

 

Session 2

Intro to Financial Statements

Duration

30 minutes

Learning Outcomes

Students will learn about the three major financial statements.

Learners Content

In this session, learners will dive into the use of financial statements and when they are published. Learners will also explore the balance sheet.

Assessments

Knowledge only, no assessment

Matriculation Logic

Must complete session two for access to session three

Content Provider

Greg Pepitone, Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Content Provider Bio

Greg is a Senior Economis at Tourism Economics with over 12 years of experience providing strategic advisory services to clients in the tourism, sports, and convention industries. He focuses in the areas of economic and fiscal impact assessment, market viability and strategy, business planning and analysis, and facility and other capital project planning.

 

Session 3

Financial Statements Continued

Duration

34 minutes

Learning Outcomes

• Students will learn about the three major financial statements.
• Students will use financial statements to analyze firm performance.

Learners Content

In this session, learners will explore the income statement, statement of cash flows, accounting practices and cost accounting. Students will also become familiar with financial statement analysis.

Assessments

Knowledge only, no assessment

Matriculation Logic

Must complete session three for access to session four

Content Provider

Greg Pepitone, Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Content Provider Bio

Greg is a Senior Economis at Tourism Economics with over 12 years of experience providing strategic advisory services to clients in the tourism, sports, and convention industries. He focuses in the areas of economic and fiscal impact assessment, market viability and strategy, business planning and analysis, and facility and other capital project planning.

 

Session 4

Capital Budgeting

Duration

28 minutes

Learning Outcomes

Students will learn how to develop a proforma through capital budgeting.

Learners Content

In this session, learners will become familiar with elements of cash flows and proforma development.

Assessments

Knowledge only, no assessment

Matriculation Logic

Must complete session four for access to session five

Content Provider

Greg Pepitone, Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Content Provider Bio

Greg is a Senior Economis at Tourism Economics with over 12 years of experience providing strategic advisory services to clients in the tourism, sports, and convention industries. He focuses in the areas of economic and fiscal impact assessment, market viability and strategy, business planning and analysis, and facility and other capital project planning.

 

Session 5

Investment Decision Rules

Duration

1 hour and 5 minutes

Learning Outcomes

Students will learn how to evaluate capital investments.

Learners Content

In this session, learners will use net present value, payback period, internal rate of return, and the profitability index to evaluate investment opportunities.

Assessments

Knowledge only, no assessment

Matriculation Logic

Must complete session five to earn credits

Content Provider

Greg Pepitone, Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Content Provider Bio

Greg is a Senior Economis at Tourism Economics with over 12 years of experience providing strategic advisory services to clients in the tourism, sports, and convention industries. He focuses in the areas of economic and fiscal impact assessment, market viability and strategy, business planning and analysis, and facility and other capital project planning.

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