This course introduces the ways in which the financial needs of small enterprises are determined, the obstacles to accessing adequate financing, the various available sources of financing, as well as the loan requirements of banks.
This course explains the ways in which the financial needs of small enterprises are determined and the obstacles that they face in accessing adequate financing. It explores the various available sources of financing, as well as the loan requirements of banks, with particular focus placed on the ways in which enterprises can meet these requirements by putting together the required financial documents and other necessary information.
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After completing this course, participants will be able to:
Participants who meet the course requirements will receive a Certificate of Completion issued in electronic format.
Lecture 1: Introduction to Access to Financing
Lecture 2: Financial Institutions
Case study 1
Lecture 3: Applying for Financing
Case study 2
- Tutor: Shaun Lake (Tutor)