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Why take this course?
- This course will build on some concepts about finance and accounting that the candidates already know and remove wrong understandings.
- Upon completion of the course, the candidates will be able to apply the concepts of finance and accounting to better understand and control the finance and accounts of their organization, project, or department.
- This course is not intended to produce expert accountants or finance managers but it will allow managers who do not have a strong background in finance and accounting to grasp the information provided by financial and accounting statements and evaluate the performance of their organization, project, or department.
- To facilitate a better understanding of the course material the course will be interdisciplinary it will use basic concepts of mathematics, economics, sociology along with finance, and accounting.
- The course will use case studies to provide more practical exposure to the subject matter; the course will be as interactive as possible with quick feedback to queries from the participants.
- It is also believed that this course will open a new pathway for career progressions for professionals such as engineers, development specialists, and other professionals who can go on to be project or department or organization leaders.
- Introduction to the Course and participants (1hr)
- Economics Concept of Resource, Scarcity, Money and Value Addition (2hrs)
- Objective of Organization: Profit and Surplus Explanation (1hr)
- First Case Study (Take Home)
- Discussion on Case Study (1hr)
- Introduction to Finance and Accounting and their Difference (1hr)
- Introduction to Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet with samples (2hrs)
- Concept or Ratio Analysis and using financial statements as a control tool (1hr)
- Wrap up and feed Back (1hr)