The trick to surviving the turbulent economy is good financial management

Do you worry about your money and sigh each time there is a wobble in the financial markets? Being better organised and knowing how to manage your finance is the way forward to financial freedom. It is as simple as a two-day course at Regenesys.

Regenesys lecturer Martin Lugho writes down a few pointers while teaching the Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme
Regenesys lecturer Martin Lugho writes down a few pointers while teaching the Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme

Faced with a balance sheet or asked to manage a budget often inspires fear and despair in some people. The Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme is a short course essential for anyone serious about business.

It teaches the fundamentals and helps participants to develop an interest and possible passion for financial management. Candidates learn to develop financial management skills.

Lecturer Martin Lugho recently taught police officers from Honeydew, Jeppe, Alexandra, Ga-Rankuwa, Hammanskraal, Soweto, Boksburg, Yeoville and Vaal Rand the basics of revenue, expenditure and stakeholder involvement. He explained how in the planning stage, questions must be asked where the money is coming from and to justify your figures with facts.

Lugho told the students that everyone can do budgets and be responsible for finances and that it is vital that one has these skills.

Being in control of one’s personal finances is very important in these times as the economic climate is not stable and the course is important in teaching the fundamentals to control one’s financial future. Contact sales@regenesys.co.za for more information.