Financial Management 6th Edition
Clive Wilson | Bruce Keers | Ronwyn Johnston | Andrew Medlen | Brian Walters
ISBN-13: 9780170387040 | ISBN-10: 0170387046
© 2018 | Published |  352  Pages
Previous Editions: 9781442525153

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Addressing all performance criteria for FNSACC501 – Provide financial and business performance information - the text supports FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting, and FNS60215 Advanced Diploma of Accounting qualifications.

The text provides students with an introduction to the complexities of corporate financial management using a clear and practical approach, gradually developing financial management skills and knowledge, and understanding of how to apply them in the real world.

Self-testing checkpoints throughout chapters provide opportunities for students to assess their understanding, and further practice is offered with a large number of problems at the end of each chapter.

Students thrive with the clear, concise writing style and logical learning path, helping them to master the rigours of this often complex unit.

  • 1. Goal and function of financial management
    2. Communication and financial management
    3. Sources of financing
    4. Analysis of financial statements
    5. Financial mathematics
    6. Working capital management
    7. Cost of capital
    8. Capital investment techniques
    9. Capital investment applications
    10. Financing asset acquisitions

    • Enhanced learning path helps learners develop knowledge and skills gradually, from simple to complex
    • Contains realistic volume of learning to assist students in self-paced learning outside the classroom
    • Closer mapping to the elements and performance criteria in the unit FNSACC501 to help trainers deliver lessons more effectively
    • Additional teaching resources are provided to assist trainers in delivering the content
    • Solid pedagogical framework helps learners to acquire essential knowledge and skills in the subject
    • Intermediate Mapping Grid
    • Enhanced pedagogy with improved learning path
    • Thoroughly revised to meet the FNSACC501 unit of competency and assessment requirements
    • PowerPoint teaching slides to support the trainer in delivering the course
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  • Ronwyn Johnston is a finance teacher at TAFE East Coast in Queensland. Her areas of expertise are units in Certificate III in Accounts Administration, Certificate IV in Accounting, Certificate IV in Bookkeeping, and Diploma of Accounting. She also has solid experience in developing resources and delivering assessment for a full range of accounting competencies. Ronwyn has been teaching the Accounting courses both locally and abroad for more than eight years.