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Fit for controlling

The BWA is a powerful tool that can help you assess companies better and make more accurate control decisions. In this seminar, you will learn how to use the BWA and how to calculate cost-covering sales prices. You will also get an insight into the different types of BWAs and their advantages and disadvantages. With this knowledge, you will be able to make more informed decisions when it comes to controlling your company.

Fit for controlling

Fit for controlling

For managing directors, authorised signatories and executives as well as Employees in the areas of technology, production, R&D and sales


Plus 19% VAT.
  • With the seminar, you will receive your certificate as proof of your expertise

  • The BWA – a solid tool for assessment

  • Read companies better and control correctly

  • Cost-covering sales prices and their calculation


  • 9.15 am – 1.00 pm

    The BWA – a solid tool for assessment

    Know and interpret the essential components of the BWA.

    Correctly depicting inventories and changes in inventories in the BWA

    Keeping the company on track with the BWA

    • Checking contribution margins and costing mark-ups with the help of the BWA
    • Calculating and analysing costs with the BWA
    • BWA as an impulse generator for entrepreneurial decisions

    Read companies better and control correctly

    The three steps of a solid annual planning!

    • P&L: from turnover to profit
    • Controlling the company with top key figures
    • Recognising strengths, weaknesses and undesirable developments
    • Developing countermeasures and courses of action

S+P Tool Box

  • S+P Tool Corporate Planning and Control
  • Boss Report with the most important key figures
  • S+P Tool Corporate calculation for decision-makers
  • 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

    Cost-covering sales prices and their calculation

     Cost accounting as a basis for managing director decisions

    • Cost centre accounting with the operational accounting sheet
    • Cost accounting: calculation – contribution margin – budgeting
    • Calculation of cost-covering sales prices

     Commercial costing: What does it depend on?

    Modern cost accounting systems: activity-based costing and target costing

Supervisery Board Financial Companys
Supervisery Board Financial Companys