Budgeting and forecasting


Date: Thursday 9 May 2024

Timing: 09.30–12.30 (UK time)

AAT Masterclass

Enhance your expertise in budgeting and forecasting with this hands-on masterclass.

Competitive discounts

AAT members are entitled to exclusive discounts on AAT online masterclasses:

From £81 to £90 (Non-members £126)

You will be redirected to an external site for booking.
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About this course

This practical masterclass will revisit the basics of budgeting and forecasting to improve your understanding. By incorporating real-world case studies and practical examples, you will gain the confidence needed to effectively tackle the complexities of budget creation and management. This intensive session will equip you with practical strategies and insights to enhance your budgeting and forecasting techniques for better decision-making in your financial role.

Type Live online course
Duration 3 - 5 hours

Join this masterclass to:

  • refresh your understanding of the fundamentals of budgeting and forecasting
  • address the challenges that arise when creating and managing budgets
  • engage in hands-on practice with practical examples.
What you'll achieve

By the end of the course, you will have the skills to confidently manage budget challenges.

Who it's for

This masterclass is ideal for all finance professionals, whether seasoned experts or juniors, who are looking to refresh their knowledge of budget and forecasting.

How to access

Purchase securely online, and we’ll send you further instructions and your booking confirmation explaining how to attend the live masterclass.

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Topic Budgeting and Forecasting

Meet the speaker: Chris Howley

Chris qualified as Chartered Accountant with one of the large firms of accountants before moving into training. I now specialise in teaching and training finance at all levels. He particularly enjoys helping non-financially orientated managers to make sense of the murky world of accountancy. Chris works with a broad range of clients including civil servants, local authorities and other public sector bodies as well as commercial organisations.

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