Management & Commercial Workshops

The Knock Business Education Workshops cover a range of general and specific business topics and issues, ranging from becoming a more strategic manager to developing skill in specific business analysis techniques.

The Knock Business Education Workshops can be tailored to suit the individual needs of your organisation or the participants involved.

All aspects of the Knock Business Education Workshops can be adjusted to the specific training requirements of your business. Workshops can be designed to cover certain topics in depth (for example, sales volume forecasting) or to align the topics to the experience of the participants (for example, interns or management) or to involve a format that suits your business (for example, half day, 1 or 2 day, evening, weekends or online).

These workshops can be conducted on-site at your premises or at an off-site location.

The Knock Business Education Workshops include the following

Business Management skills
Analysing the Market
Commercial Decision-making
Business Team Coordination
Developing Successful Business Models
Understanding your Value Proposition
Using Accounting in Business
Accounting and Business Decisions
Accounting and Business Management
Using Accounting in Business
Budgeting
Financial Statement Analysis
Key Financial Ratios
Managing Cash
Capital Investment decisions
Managing costs
Department and product profitability
Business Forecasting techniques
Using Cost Volume Profit techniques
Using the Balance Scorecard

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Below are examples of the workshops offered by Knock Business Education. All workshops can be adapted for your business. Please contact Knock Business Education to discuss any specific training requirements your business may need.

Business Management Skills

In this workshop, participants will use basic business reports and information to understand and address the main issues faced in Business Management, e.g. setting prices, managing inventory, planning growth, dealing with competitors, controlling debtors and creditors.

Analysing the Market

In this workshop, participants will use basic financial statements and company annual reports to analyse the performance of their business compared to their competitors, in the context of changing market conditions and customer demands.

Accounting and Business Management

In this workshop, participants will practice techniques that use management accounting data and reports to understand and control costs, to allocate resources, to set prices, to forecast sales volumes and to make capital investment decisions.

Commercial Decision Making

In this workshop, participants will practice techniques that use business and accounting data and reports to understand and address issues that involve controlling costs, allocating company resources, setting prices, and forecast revenue and expenses.