Construction Cash Management Nano Learning Series
In this 10-lesson series (available as a package or as individual lessons), construction financial professionals can learn how to generate more profit for their companies through effective cash management, optimizing cash flow, and implementing the best cash forecasting techniques.
How to Purchase
Buy the entire package or individual lessons.
Learning Objectives (1 per session)
After completing all 10 lessons in the series, participants will be able to:
• Identify the importance of cash management and the factors that impact cash flow.
• Describe how to manage cash flow through the business transaction cycles.
• Identify and describe cash management tools and techniques.
• Describe how to best manage excess cash.
• List several strategies for managing debt.
• Describe basic surety principles and how to manage the surety relationship.
• List internal controls needed to prevent fraud as it relates to cash management.
• Identify and describe the four elements of the cash flow life cycle.
• Distinguish between short- and long-term cash forecasting and address the challenges of both.
• Describe why it’s important to forecast beyond backlog and identify other uses for a cash projection.
Level & Prerequisites
This NASBA-qualified nano learning self-study program has been developed for construction financial professionals with 0-3 years of experience in construction finance. No prerequisites or advanced preparation is required.
Upon successfully completing and achieving 100% on the end-of-session questions, attendees will earn 0.2 CPE credits per lesson in the field of Management Services. Upon successfully completing all 10 lessons, attendees will earn 2.0 CPE credits.
Earn .2 – 2.0 CCIFP Maintenance Credits which can be applied to either the General or Construction Knowledge Category.
Depending on the pace of the learner, the estimated time to complete each session and end-of-session question(s) is 10-14 minutes.
Who Should Take this Course
Construction financial professionals, CFOs, Controllers, Business Owners, and CPAs who have 0-3 years of experience in the industry and need to understand cash management.