Africa Training Institute is pleased to announce a Diploma in Finance Management for NGOs Course.
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Overall Course Overview
A sound financial management is a crucial aspect of any thriving organization. Professionals who possess basic financial management knowledge and skills are often at an advantage in the talent market, and by the same token, entrepreneurs seeking to grow a business need to possess these skills to ensure success. This highly practical six months course will teach you finance and financial management within an NGO context, including how to budget, read financial statements, conduct a cash flow analysis, cut costs and perform several other finance-related functions. Learn how to make good personal and work-related financial decisions, and gain important insight into the financial side of business in order to make a real impact in your career or organization you work for…
The Following are the Key Thematic Areas Participants Will Cover:
- What is Finance vs Accounting?
- Internal Controls
- Grants Management
- Understanding Financial; information and jargon
- Key Financial Ratios
- Presentation of and Managing Financial Performance
- Cashflow Management
- International Financial Reporting and Financial Standards
Assignments: There are four assignments (continuous assessment tests), research paper and one examination to be offered at the end of the course. Assignments account for 40%, research paper counts for 30%, while the Final Exam accounts for 30% of the total mark. Upon completion of the course, you shall be issued with a Diploma Certificate and a course transcript.
Examination Certificate and Transcripts will be sent after successful completion of the course.
Duration and Course Load: 24 weeks (5 to 6 hours per week)
Dates: (Six Months) Course Starts at 1st of Every Month
Participants: Development Professionals
Organizer: Africa Training Institute
Format: Web-based and Distance Learning Facilitated
General Course Contact: [email protected]