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Accounting and Finance Management

This course is designed to equip managers with understanding on how the decisions they make will affect the financial performance of the organisation as a whole. The course also helps the participants to demystify the technical language used in the finance field and to make them understand and use a range of different financial techniques to enhance their abilities as a manager. The course will discuss different financial reporting statements and financial measures to improve organisational performance. The participants will also learn about costing and financial methods such as budgeting to assist in planning and controlling performance.

This course is designed to equip participants with the essential elements of accounting and finance, but specifically emphasising on organisational performance and decision making. Thus the course provide a better understanding of accounting for non – accountants as it outlines all the basic concepts of accounting. The rules of double-entry bookkeeping and how they are used to produce the balance sheet and the profit and loss account will be demonstrated with practical examples. The course will also explore a number of accounting and finance initiatives that helps managers in decision making especially as we strive to attain the performance that is expected for the organisation.

This course is designed to equip participants with the required knowledge and skills to prepare budgets and how to make informed budgeting decisions and effectively communicate financial information to key stakeholders. From the bookkeeping function the participants will benefit accurate tabulation of information, invoicing, methodologies to request payments, petty cash, wage books and managing stock levels. The course will finally discuss in detail the profit and loss accounts, balance sheets and gives an overview on depreciation.

This course is designed to equip the participants with solid fundamentals of finance and the knowledge to increase the productivity of organisation by developing a well – constructed budgeting plan. The course also express an in depth understanding of budgeting and financial reporting and reports so they can hold relevant discussions and render decisions based on financial data.

This course was designed to equip participants with essential skills required to understand the processes of budgeting and cost control for the best decision – making from grasping the significance of a well – defined budget process through to the importance of how costs behave so that realistic cost cutting and budgeting plans can be produced. The course also provide participants with detailed tools and techniques of successful budgeting and budgetary control and their application within the overall planning framework to ensure that organisational goals are met.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and abilities to make corporate financial decisions in an increasingly vaporous global business environment with the view to increase profitability, maintain liquidity and reduce financial risk is a challenge for all organizations regardless of their size. The course also enhance the participants with knowledge to understand the critical aspect of corporate decision making and enhance their knowledge from the development of a strategic corporate financial plan, the raising of finance, the preparation and management of budgets to support the plan, the management of financial risk and ultimately the measurement and evaluation of performance.

This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and abilities to track expenses and preparing budgets, savings, buying on credit, buying properties, paying off mortgages faster, protecting organisations through the use of insurance, building wealth using superannuation, paying appropriate levels of tax and avoiding investment mistakes. The course also intensifies the skills of the participants by enhance their administration and accurate accounting records are vital for any scheme to be successful in order to record the history of the financial activities of the scheme and provide information for the leaders of the project to help them to manage its activities. The course finally instil confidence maintenance in the scheme – donors and savers need to know that their funds are in safe hands; borrowers need to know that their loan is being dealt with fairly.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to understand how to support organisations in Anti – Money Laundering and countering terrorist finance and how to prevent, detect, and report money laundering activities. The course also covers awareness of financial crime risks, global laws and regulations, laws and regulations applicable to your jurisdiction, and the systems and controls aimed at detecting and preventing financial criminal acts.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to provide a comprehensive fundamental principles and key functions in the continuously developing domain of the public sector finance. In today's world, knowing what to do with your money is more important than ever. The course will also provide the techniques to define and achieve organisational financial goals and to traverse significant factors to financial success that include savings, investments, planning a budget, cash flow management, insurance, retirement planning, estate planning, financial management & risk management.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to make sound decision that enhances easier achievement of organisational goals and objectives. The course also provide a high level understanding in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) process and the suitable organisational culture for effective management. The course also introduces risk management strategies that manages any type of risk an organisation may be exposed to. The definition, adoption, implementation and maintenance of ERM for development holistically is discussed in detail.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills of an analytical mindset to avoid theft, embezzlement of funds and any fraudulent activities within an organisation by having the ability interpret and analyze financial statements for tasks such as credit and security analyses, lending and investment decisions, and other decisions that rely on financial data. The course also gets into greater depth financial reporting from the perspective of financial statement users. Participants will also develop a sufficient understanding of the concepts and recording procedures and therefore are able to interpret various disclosures in an informed manner.

This course is designed to equip participants with advanced skills and abilities to mitigate financial risk in a troubled environment by exposing them to opportunities to develop strong financial policies and systems that will cub any type of risk in the NGO world. The course also emphasis on developing core operational and compliance skills in donor funds management while instilling a culture of risk management at a high level to enhance business continuity. Therefore, this course gives a special emphasis on complex regulatory environment but also add key commercial perspective in donor funded programs by employing systems and controls to ensure effective risk management.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills on how to effectively implement modern internal auditing policies that are used to curb any financial harm to the organisation. The course will also discuss greatly on detecting and preventing fraud, testing internal control, and monitoring compliance with organisational and statutory policies and procedures. The course will also introduce objective goal setting and introduce systematic frameworks and approaches to the evaluation and improvement of the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

This course is designed to equip accounting and finance professionals with knowledge and practical guidance needed to use IFRS and stay up-to-date with its standards and changes. The course also enhance the participants with problem solving strategies by providing a single set of high quality, accounting standards which are recognised internationally. Most importantly the application of IFRS will provide practical and detailed knowledge of the core international financial reporting standards and how they are interpreted and applied.

This course is designed to equip accountants and finance professionals with knowledge and skills to construct financial model through a practical approach integrating a blend of a comprehensive advanced tools and techniques. The course will also discuss different types of financial modeling applications relevant to valuing companies, feasibility studies, capital budgeting, MS Excel dashboards, mergers & acquisitions, and LBO debt scheduling. The course will also discuss the ratios and Key Performance Metrics (KPM) to understand the performance of the organisation at the present moment in order to make a good decision on the choice of model to choose in line with organisational goals and objectives before implementation.

This course is designed to equip participants with cost accounting management knowledge and skills which is a tool that reveal profitability improvements and provide support for key organisational. The course also reinforce major costing functions like constraint analysis, target costing, capital budgeting, price setting, and cost of quality analysis. The course holistically provides key tools and techniques needed to foster more profitable decision – making by management.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to integrated financial reporting tools and techniques to enhance effective organisational performance. The training course will also provide you with useful practical Excel skills in building financial ratio analysis tools, cash flow forecasting and designing graphical financial reports for internal company use.

This course is designed to equip participants with the essentials knowledge on the significance of tax treaties and transfer pricing issues associated with international tax planning. The course is also aiming at enhancing participants with substantive requirements of international tax planning structures, taking into account legal, commercial, regulatory, as well as domestic and international tax rules. The course also discusses tax diagnostics for international tax and the impact of politics and economics on international tax policies. Tax treaties will be discussed both as a tool of tax avoidance for tax planners and as a tool for tax compliance, enforcement, and information collection by revenue authorities.

This course designed to equip participants with knowledge and abilities to appreciate the significance of accounting information to the organisation and any stakeholders that are direct involved in effective managerial decision – making. The course also enhance the core managerial functions of planning, leading, decision – making and controlling. The course also is course also discusses activity based costing, which provides insight on the cost structure of products and services.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to have an in – depth understanding finance theories and their application to a range of decisions, including strategic management and the creation, growth, transformation and performance of firms, considering the risky operating environment. The course also exhibit advanced knowledge of how to use financial data received so as to generate relevant information that will provide comprehensive guidance for decision – making and responsible management, whilst recognising the limitations of its usefulness. The course also aim to analyse complex data, using a range of financial tools available to support investment appraisal and be able to interpret the implications for decision – making.

This course is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge that enables them to have an in – depth understanding of programmes funding, project appraisal, commercial and financial management, and the assessment of Value for Money (VfM) to the organisation. The course also enhances financial project managers with the critical skills and knowledge required to effectively manage resource costs associated with their projects while delivering quality outcomes on a timely basis. The course provides an overview of project financing and funding, cost benefit and cost optimisation models, and how to assess value for money against financial and project risk.

The course is designed to equip the participants with knowledge and skills on powerful strategic planning, forecasting and budgeting processes within the organisation. The course also enhance participants on advanced planning, budgeting, performance measurement and reporting system. Finally the course aims to develop awareness and budgetary skills, which is essential in managing and controlling processes / projects in times of increasing global competition where the budgets are inextricably linked with both strategy formulation and cost analysis.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to enhance good quality, consistency and transparency of public sector financial reporting and management based on international standards. The course also develops an in – depth understanding of framework for public sector accounting activities with more emphasis on International Public Sector Accounting Standards. The course also provide some knowledge in the implementation of IPSAS and improved strategies in financial management towards the achievement of organisational goals while minimising pilferage of finances.

The course is designed to equip participants with knowledge in strategies and processes that maximises organisational cash flow through the effective complete transaction life cycle from financial forecasting to cash settlement. The course also develop a diverse strategic understanding on cash flow management, capital allocation, working capital optimization, how to best manage cash and liquidity. The course also provides participants with techniques to work through supply and reverse supply chains, inventory, and demand chain transformation and results based methodologies for optimising each of the components of working capital and managing the other key drivers of business cash flow.

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