23. P12 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Participants shall learn to be able to identify and determine the financial requirements of their organizations and the extent to which economic reforms affect budgets; understand their organizations financial and capital structures under changing market conditions; negotiate successfully for external finance; link their organizations strategies to the finance and be able to design appropriate financial management systems for long term viability.
24. P14 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS
This programme is designed to enable those involved with projects (including donor financed projects) to become efficient and effective in the acquisition and utilization of funds for development purposes, using appropriate techniques and application of accounting and finance principles.
25. P16 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NON-FINANCE MANAGERS
This course is intended to fill the gap for managers and other professionals who are involved in making financial decisions in their organizations. It will enable participants to acquire essential concepts in financial and management accounting, effectively analyze financial reports / financial statements, and make sound financial decisions.
26. P17 GOVERNANCE, MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
In this course, you learn about governance policy, procedure and functions, responsibilities, accountability, transparency, fairness, value for money and delivery of public good. We also discuss Guidelines and preparation of MTEF, Government policy, development plans, budgets and implementation, accounting and reporting, auditing and follow-up activities.
27. P19 IPSAS AND ACCRUAL BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
This course is intended to enable participants to understand the types of accounting systems and the major weaknesses, develop accruals-based accounting to replace cash accounting, and introduction to the regulatory framework (IPSAS). The provisions of all the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) are covered, together with the summary of updates.
28. P20 PUBLIC SECTOR BUDGETING, CONTROL AND GOVERNANCE ISSUES
This programme covers all aspects of budgeting and the application of the principles of budgeting and good governance to public sector organizations. Participants will be able to identify key issues needed to develop budgets, and appreciate the role of strategic policy and the importance of the whole budgetary cycle.
29. P33 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND VALUE FOR MONEY
This course will sensitize participants on strategic procedure, responsibilities, accountability and ethical issues in finance and value for money.
30. P42 FINANCIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL
This course will assist financial officers to effectively evaluate financial performance at various organizational levels, identify appropriate measures for sound financial decisions, and be able to design and implement financial planning and control systems appropriate for their organizations.
31. P43 COMPUTERISED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND REPORTING
This programme covers all the essential methods of analysis and reporting in a computerised environment, electronic data processing (EDP) system and practical applications.
32. P44 AUDITING AND INTERNAL REVIEW
This course is intended to assist participants in the modern ways and methods of performing the internal audit function. Participants shall learn to be able to perform independent and objective audits; help management in planning and control; assist external auditors; ensure compliance within the organization and write useful audit reports.
33. P46 EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE
This program seeks to develop the analytical and operational skills of participants, helping them plan and review the key elements of public sector budgeting and financial management. Particular attention is given to the inter-relationship between the government budget and the national economy, the role of improved budget processes in enhancing the efficiency of public expenditures, evolving approaches to control and management of public expenditures, and issues and challenges in promoting budget and financial reform.
34. P47 FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
This course provides participants with an understanding of how corporations may measure and manage financial risk with the aid of derivative instruments. Participants will be able to identify and discuss reasons behind the derivative instruments, evaluate whether management of financial risk can add value to the corporation, and assess the corporation’s financial risk position and the value of derivative products.
35. P48 CASH AND TREASURY MANAGEMENT
This course shall help participants to acquire new knowledge and skills needed to manage treasury functions.
36. P49 RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
This course addresses the different risk exposures faced by institutions in the public sector and ways of mitigating them. We discuss risk identification, analysis and monitoring, derivative instruments, fraud detection and control, managing risk in a technological environment /controls in an electronic data processing system and practical applications.
37. P50 CREDIT MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
This programme will expose participants to credit management knowledge and enable them to develop capacity and skills in the formulation and implementation of credit policies and monitoring systems necessary to minimize their organizations’ losses through bad debts.
38. P51 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, ANALYSIS AND MONITORING
This course will give participants a clear understanding of the concepts of analysis and monitoring in financial administration, and will provide them a framework for assessing how well their organizations are managing financial performance and development.
39. P64 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS (IFRS)
This course is intended to guide participants and enable them to appreciate the use of reporting standards in enhancing accountability in organizations, particularly in the public sector.
40. P66 FINANCE MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT SKILLS FOR DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS
This course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge of Finance and Audit management for donor financed projects, and to ensure prudent financial reports and value for money.
41. P67 RISK BASED AUDITING
This course covers all the relevant aspects of auditing and risk based auditing using new approaches and tools.
42. P73 MANAGING THE INTERNAL AUDIT FUNCTION IN LGAs
This course covers the role and function of internal auditors in local government audits under new environments and how to manage those changes.
43. P79 COMPUTERISED AUDITING
This programme covers all the important aspects of auditing and internal controls in a computerised environment.