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  • Financial Management Development Training

  • Human Resource Management

  • Operation Management

  • Project Management

As entities grow globally, we equip businesses with knowledge and confidence in Finance to have a firm grasp of its accounting and finance increasing the firms’ value. Financial knowledge of the entities enables executive officers in knowledge based decision making. It aims to provide decision makers with comprehensive accounting and finance knowledge to understand the consequences of their decisions.

Our finance development trainings course will make the trainees capable of understanding accounting and finance basics from recording, interpreting and reporting to financial planning and decision making. This course covers financial skills and concepts of financial management of organization resources, relatively it unchains the knowledge blocks in business, economics, and financial mathematics.

Fundamental of Financial Accounting

      • Accounting in Action
      • Recording Process
      • Adjustments
      • Completing the Accounting Cycle
      • Accounting for Merchandising operations
      • Inventories
      • Fraud internal control and cash
      • Accounting for receivables
      • Plant assets, natural resources, and intangible assets
      • Liabilities
      • Statements of cash flow
      • Financial statements analysis

Principles of Cost Accounting

      • Introduction to Cost Accounting
      • Accounting for Materials
      • Accounting for Labor
      • Accounting for Factory Overheads
      • Process cost Accounting-General Procedures
      • Process cost Accounting – Additional Procedures for Joint Product and By products
      • The master budget and flexible budgeting
      • Standard cost accounting – Materials, labor and Factory overhead
      • Cost accounting for Service Businesses
      • Cost Analysis for Management Decision Making

Advanced Managerial Accounting

  • Managerial accounting and business environment
  • Managerial accounting and the cost concept
  • System Design: Job Order Costing
  • System Design: Process Costing
  • Cost Behavior: Analysis and Use
  • Cost Volume Profit Analysis
  • Variable costing
  • Activity based costing
  • Profit Planning
  • Flexible budget and Performance Analysis
  • Standard cost and operating performance Measures
  • Segment reporting, decentralization, and the balanced scorecard
  • Relevant costs for decision making
  • Capital budgeting decisions
  • Statements of cash flows
  • Financial Statements Analysis

Corporate Finance

  • Financial Analysis and planning
  • Portfolio Management
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Types of Capital
  • Financial Intermediation and financial markets
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Islamic Finance
  • International Financial Management


    1. introduction to Human resource management
      • HR consultants
      • Job design and pay
    1. Recruitment, selection and appraisal
      • Recruitment process
      • Selection process
      • Interview techniques
      • Training and appraisal
    1. Business culture and ethics
      • Business culture
      • Business ethics
    1. Managing employee and change
      • Employee motivation
      • Employee relations
      • Managing change
  • Introduction to Operations and Supply Management Forecasting
  • Process Design – product/service, process, facility, waiting lines, work
  • systems and location
  • Quality Management
  • Capacity Planning and Inventory Control – lean manufacturing, inventory management, material
  • requirements planning, just-in-time, enterprise resource
  • planning, scheduling and control
  • Supply Chain Management
    1. Introduction to Project management
      • what is a project?
      • Project management lifecycle
      • The project manager role?
      • Project leadership and team building
    2. Project Initiation Phase
      • project charter development
      • scope statement
    3. Project Planning
      • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
      • Schedule Development
      • Resource Planning
      • Communications Planning
      • Risk Planning
      • Project planning integration
    1. Project execution
    2. Project Monitoring and controlling
    3. Project Closing and lessons learned