Accounting & Finances

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COURSE DURATION: 3 DAYS

UPON COMPLETION, STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO:

  • Describe financial management terminology, concepts, and principles.
  • Apply various financial planning techniques such as budgeting, cash-flow projections, cost-benefit analysis, variance analysis, and cost management.
  • Analyze and interpret financial management statements and reports such as a balance sheet, income, and expenditure statement, budget, cash flow projection, variance analysis, and assets register.
  • Describe valuations and credit management principles & processes.
  • Explain how you arrive at financial decisions.
  • Give the basic principles of sound business investment decisions.
  • Appreciate financial principles of accountability, cost-effectiveness, cost efficiency, and value for money.
  • Apply ratio analysis of financial statements and appreciate the advantages and limitations of ratio analysis.
  • Describe financial management success and failure factors.

COURSE DURATION: 1 DAY

Many employees struggle with managing their finances and, as a result, cannot concentrate effectively on their jobs. The stress from having too much debt leads to poor job performance.

This course helps employees manage their finances to ensure a minimum of personal debt and live within their means. The micro-lending environment and buying goods on credit have left many low-level earners paying enormous fees in interest, thus exacerbating their chronic debt and stress.

This course shows employees how to manage the various aspects of personal finances, including using credit, household budgeting, vehicle and housing finance, credit cards, residual financing schemes, and consolidating debt.

COURSE DURATION: 3 DAYS

This course aims to introduce participants to fundamental knowledge and skills about Public Financial Management.

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