Accounting and Finance
Accounts Payable (AP) is not just processing checks, mailing them and then filing the backup paperwork. To truly and effectively manage accounts payable, one must understand the AP department's building blocks including, but not limited to customer service, vendor management, check requests and Purchase Orders (POs).
This finance & accounting training course is designed to cover the role and importance of accounting and finance in today’s business world. It will provide an ‘MBA level’ experience in terms of content, instruction, discussion and team exercises.
This Advanced Finance Programme is a must for all those who would like to attend a course that comprehensively deals with all the key topics of strategic management, financial planning, and financial management. It is also for those who wish to sharpen up their financial management skills, or who wish to refresh or update the skills they already have.
This ICL Accounts Payable training seminar provides businesses and other organizations with a strong sense of where they stand against industry leaders and shows them how to take their services and organizational processes to state-of-the-art levels.
This course will enable you and your organization to manage your accounts receivable effectively without compromising your credit sales.
Attending this course will help you reach advanced Excel levels allowing you to produce such important reports. The course starts with pivot tables, the most important tool ever created to perform data reporting, analysis and reconciliation.
This seminar provides participants with crucial cost awareness and budgetary skills by combining techniques analysis, problems and examples of real case studies, which is essential in managing and controlling processes / projects in times of increasing global competition where the budgets are inextricably linked with both strategy formulation and cost analysis.
This short course for middle and senior managers in the public sector aims to create an awareness and understanding of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999 (PFMA), as amended, and its implications.
You will learn about the accounting processes of recording and reporting business transactions, and how these are summarised as periodic financial reports in accordance with statutory requirements. You will also learn how these financial reports are analysed by a variety of user groups.
The Strategy & Leadership for CFO's and Senior Finance Executives Programme will enhance your ability to lead whilst giving you the wider business expertise required of today’s high-performing CFOs.