Takeaways

  1. Forecasting project cash flows
  2. Using Net Present Value (NPV) to evaluate major purchases
  3. Understanding financial terminology
  4. Using financial reports to make project decisions
  5. Why % completion produces more reliable financial statements
  6. Using reports and analyses to monitor strengths and weaknesses
  7. The real costs of lost productivity
  8. Controlling overhead costs with gross profit factors
  9. Developing a profit plan and revenue goals with just 3 numbers
  10. Increased profits and improved cash flow

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    CALGARY – CGYCA

    Profitable Contracting – Nov. 20 2019

    Finance & Accounting – Nov. 21, 22 2019

    FLIN FLON- NMMC

    Profitable Contracting – October 15, 2019

    Profitable Contracting – October 16, 2019

    Non-Accountants Guide – October 17, 2019

    Touch of Class – October 18, 2019

    KELOWNA – SICA

    Profitable Contracting – Oct. 22 2019

    Finance & Accounting – Oct. 23, 24 2019

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    Profitable Contracting – March, 2020

    Finance & Accounting – March, 2020

    PRINCE GEORGE – NRCA

    Profitable Contracting – Nov. 13 2019

    Finance & Accounting – Nov. 14, 15 2019

    TORONTO – ORBA

    Strategic Planning – Feb. 2020

    TORONTO – TCA

    Construction Accounting Fundamentals – Nov. 28, 2019

    Strategic Planning – Nov. 29, 2019

    Profitable Contracting – Feb. 2020

    Finance & Accounting – Feb. 2020

    VANCOUVER – VRCA

    Profitable Contracting – Nov. 5 2019

    Finance & Accounting – Nov. 6, 7 2019

    VICTORIA – VICA

    Profitable Contracting – Oct 30, 2019

    Finance & Accounting – Oct. 31, Nov. 1

    WINNIPEG – WCA

    Construction Accounting Fundamentals – Nov. 25, 2019

    Strategic Planning – Nov. 26, 2019

    Profitable Contracting – Mar. 3, 2020

    Finance & Accounting – Mar. 4 & 5, 2020

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