Competence Software™ Course Descriptions
e-Learning / basic business finance / Financial Competence Course
Financial Competence from Competence Software™ Interactive Self-Paced e-learning course
We start with the most basic concepts of what business financial statements are and then, on a gradient, introduce more advanced concepts. The concepts include the creation and analysis of financial statements and the key financial statistics that are used to judge the performance of a business.
You can learn at your own pace and at your convenience, at home or at work. Simple drills are provided so that you can interactively practice with the material until you fully grasp and are comfortable with the data being presented to you. In addition, we make every effort to ensure that you fully understand the terminology of financial statements.
Investment Competence from COMPETENCE SOFTWARE™ Interactive Self-Paced e-learning course
e-learning / basics of investing / Investment Competence® Course
The Investment Competence course is a fun, interactive multimedia course that simplifies and explains in detail the subject of investing and financial planning. While it is easy to use and to understand, it still provides a thorough education in stocks, bonds, mutual funds and more.
Investment Competence will help you master the complex language and activity of investing and get started on the road to financial freedom and success.
We start with the most basic concepts of investing, return and financial planning and then, on a gradient, get you more involved in advanced concepts. You learn at your own pace. Simple drills are provided so that you can practice the material until you fully grasp and are comfortable with the data. In addition, we make every effort to ensure that you fully understand the terminology of investing.
You can learn how to become a competent investor, understand the basic principles of investing, overcome barriers to investing and plan for your financial future. This course is valuable for anyone with little or no understanding in the subject of investing, as a brush up for you if you've had some training, or if you are a participant in a 401(k) or other investment plan. Drills and exercises allow you to practice the key concepts.