The Golf Management Institute of Canada will be starting two new online courses, beginning in late May.
Finance for Non-Financial Manager in the Golf Industry is designed to teach decision-makers in the golf industry to understand and properly use financial data.
The course will focus on the financial information required to address specific management issues and problems, assed short and long-term financial impact of resource allocation decisions and interpretation of a golf operation’s financial statements.
The course will be taught by Ken Fanjoy a Certified Management Accountant with 17 years of experience as an entrepreneur and small business consultant. Cost is $599.
Golf Club Governance, which gets underway June 2, is designed for understanding the dynamics of board and committees at golf facilities to ensure an effective operation.
The course will be led by Terry Ruffel, a Chartered Accountant who has spent over 30 years in the not-for-profit sector and has served as a director and president of St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Toronto. Cost of the program is $599.
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