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Seat Time: 1.25hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the various means by which combined balance sheets and income statements are analyzed at the financial institution. The course will familiarize the learner with how to use Rate of Return, Pro Forma balance Sheets, and Financial Projections, among other strategies, when analyzing balance sheets and income statements. After completing this course, the learner will understand:

  • How to determine an organizations efficiency measures.
  • The importance of Accounts Payable and Working Capital.
  • How to make financial projections.

Seat Time: 0.75hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the process by which performance and condition are analyzed. The course will familiarize the learner with spreading financial statements and the proper analysis of balance sheets and income statements. After completing this program the learner will understand:

  • How to transfer data from financial statements to the accountant.
  • How the company is able to meet short-term obligations.
  • How to use income statements to measure and analyze profits.

Seat Time: 1.75hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to financial models by familiarizing the learner with aspects of financial models like financial forecasting, revenue projections, and expense and margin. After completing this program the learner will understand:

  • The overall objectives to remember when creating a financial model.
  • How historical data is used to measure the growth of a company’s net income.
  • The importance of structuring spreadsheets properly.

Seat Time: 3.75hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the various bank products that s/he will encounter as a teller. Some of these bank products and services are checking and savings accounts, loans, IRAs, and negotiable instruments. After completing this program the learner will understand:

  • The differences between checking and savings accounts.
  • The different account add-ons.
  • The role of additional products and services, such as wire transfers, savings bonds, and safe deposit boxes.

Seat Time: 2.25hrs - Desc:

This course will outline the array of responsibilities afforded a Treasury Department by outlining the various markets in which those responsibilities take root. The learner will be able to compare derivatives, money, and Foreign Exchange markets while also exploring Treasury services and methods for cash management. After completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Differentiate between the various markets in which products are bought, sold, and traded.
  • Understand and implement procedures for cash management and forecasting as part of Treasury's responsibilities.
  • Adhere to responsibilities of a Treasury Department in regards to markets, customers, and the bank itself.

Seat Time: 2hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the important aspects of financial accounting and his/her related responsibilities at the financial institution. The course will familiarize the learner with crucial business and financial terms and their definitions and how to apply them to work at the financial institution. Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Recognize and use the 5 C’s of Credit when analyzing customers.
  • Properly maintain various financial statements, including income statements and balance sheets.
  • Understand the importance and relevance of IFRS and GAAP to the financial institution.

Seat Time: 1.75hrs - Desc:

This course will provide the learner with the necessary tools for understanding reconciliation, inventory valuation, and depreciation methods. The learner will also be able to use ratios and other numerical values and methods to account for changes in a company’s assets. Upon completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Use appropriate methods to evaluate and reconcile inventory and other assets.
  • Create numeral values by which to analyze a company’s financial condition.
  • Understand and apply inventory valuation and depreciation methods in real-life scenarios.

Seat Time: 1.5hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the basic aspects of financial planning. The course will familiarize the learner with areas of financial planning, including budgeting, insurance, and investments. After completing this program the learner will understand:

  • The key aspects of financial planning.
  • The significance of investment-based retirement.
  • The categories of expenses and how to make expense reports.