Environmental accounting is increasingly being used to support the development and analysis of government policy. This 5-day professional development short course is designed to provide mid-level government officials charged with developing, implementing or using environmental accounts with a broad understanding of the accounts and how they may be used in public policy.
No specific prior knowledge is assumed but it is expected that participants have worked professionally within or with government in disciplines related to environmental accounting, including environmental science, ecological economics, natural resource management, national accounting and statistics.
· Different tools and techniques that you can use in successfully carrying out your tasks as a project management accounting expert
· The impact of project income and expenses to general ledger Essential principles, theories and concepts in traditional and cost accounting
· Basics of budgeting and financing
· How to create strategies and formulate the soundest executive decisions
· Traditional stages of project management
· Basics of portfolio management
· Relation of accounting and finance to project management
· Introduction to the basics of operating a business
· Effective analysis of financial information
· Tips and strategies in developing a budget for a project depending on the financial performance and needs of a specific organization
· Project planning, control and execution
· Return on investment calculation