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    • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING

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      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. Course Highlights ·         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

      Course Outline

      • Planning – establishing and maintaining fixed asset inventory systems
      • Control Ownership, Responsibility, and Accountability
      • Asset Register and Asset record
      • Inventorying – land, buildings, improvements, machinery and equipment assets
      • Valuing/costing/depreciation – cost data and life expectancies
      • Tracking controllable assets • Recording additions and deletions
      • Requirements of generally accepted accounting principles including GAAP Reporting Standards.
      • Infrastructure and depreciation requirements
      • Inventorying and valuing infrastructure
      • Accounting for fixed assets
      • Criteria for assessing maintenance performance.
      • Measurement of the Elements of Financial Statements.
      • Asset Transfers between organisations and entities.
      • Exchanges of Assets. • Asset Movement
      • Operations and Maintenance Phase.
      • Criteria for assessing maintenance performance
      • Investment appraisal • Fixed Asset Budgeting
      • Fixed asset procurement and Supplier Selection
      • Work breakdown structures. • Critical path method/Network analysis.
      • Bar chart/Procurement Schedule.
      • Investment appraisal (Capital Budgeting).
      • Project Auditing and Accountability
      • Project Finance • Breakeven Analysis
      • Preparation of Financial Statements
      • Disposal of fixed assets and asset register adjustment
      • Storage and Warehousing • Disposal management
      • Disposal phase and process
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    • EXCEL SKILLS FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMIN PROFESSIONALS

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      In this course, HR and administration professionals will learn to save precious hours from their daily tasks. We will provide participants with tips that will help them resolve in a fraction of the time the challenges they face when working on employee compensations, salary, leave, benefits etc. In this course, participants will practice formatting techniques to convert data from different sources and learn to make the best use of the most important formulas for HR. They will create meaningful charts and diagrams, use logical functions, and link their spreadsheet to other worksheets and applications. Participants will also automate some common Excel tasks, apply advanced analysis techniques and troubleshoot errors.

      Course Methodology

      This is a practical course with a multitude of hands-on exercises that HR and administration professionals will learn and practice in order to help them apply these time saving techniques in their daily work and to present meaningful information.

      who should ATTEND?

      HR and administration professionals, compensation and benefits professionals, HR reward and payroll professionals, HR managers as well as anyone who perform HR and administration functions in their organizations on regular basis.

      course outline

      • HR reports
        • Listing reports with custom views
        • Preparing reports using pivot tables
        • Consolidation of data
      • Cells and name ranges
        • Creating name ranges for data
        • Using name ranges for values calculations
        • Creating names from selection command
        • Creating a 3-D formula
        • Updating name ranges
        • Editing name ranges
      • HR data formatting
        • Formatting numbers
        • Formatting dates
        • Conditional formatting
        • Avoiding duplication of employee records
        • Data bars for performance appraisal
        • Icon sets for job level
        • Color scale for employees grades
        • Greater or less than for earnings
        • Based on a formula
        • Setting warnings on residency expiry date
      • Automate HR repetitive tasks
        • Creating macros for HR reports
        • Using macros for monthly reports
        • Saving macros in personnel macros workbook
        • Assigning macros to quick access toolbar
      • Data calculations
        • Date and time functions for attendance
        • Working days
        • Years of service
      • Logical and statistical functions
        • Employee pay increase and bonus (paste special)
        • Implement HR policies
        • Statistical functions for HR data
        • Sumif / sumifs / count / countif / countifs / subtotal
        • Average / averageif / averageifs
      • Lookup functions
        • Vlookup and hlookup
        • Approximate and exact match
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    • FINANCE AND BUDGETING FOR NON FINANCE MANAGERS

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      It is imperative  to  understand  the  subject  and  language  of  finance  if  managers  are  to communicate with authority within a business. After all, finance is the language used in the board room. Without a grasp of some basic financial concepts, it can be easy to take what  appears  to  be  a  wise  decision,  but  one  that  nevertheless  is  ill  informed  and one that adversely affects the financial health of the business. These unintentional own goals happen every day in every business and at every level.

      Who should attend?

      • Sales and Marketing Managers
      • Administration Managers
      • Technical Managers
      • IT Managers
      • Operations Managers,
      • Business Managers
      • Project managers from medium to large organisations.
      • Owners/managers from smaller organisations

      course outline

      • General Management Principles and Skills
      • Understanding the importance of accounts
      • The Basics of Business Finance
      • Financial Management : An Overview
      • Accounting cycle
      • Basics of the accounting cycle
      • Analyse, record, and post transactions
      • Trial Balance
      • Income Statement
      • Income Statement basics
      • Prepare and interpret an Income Statement
      • Balance Sheet
      • Balance Sheet basics
      • Prepare Balance Sheets
      • Interpret Balance Sheets
      • The Profit and Loss Account
      • Cash Flows
      • Management of Liquidity
      • Cash Flow Statement
      • Fundamentals of Financial Analysis
      • Financial Planning
      • Financial Reporting
      • Ratio Analysis
      • Understanding Financial Statements
      • Budgeting and Forecasting Techniques
      • Types of Budgets
      • Budgeting Process
      • Purpose of budgets
      • Preparing Budgets
      • Budget Plans
      • The Human Aspect of Budgeting
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