Every organization is established to achieve some clearly stated objectives. In order to achieve the objectives, resources have to be effectively and efficiently managed. Accounting, auditing and financial management are key functions that aid the management of resources and enhance accountability. Financial management involves record keeping and financial control functions, and great emphasis is often placed on the maintenance and generation of appropriate accounting information. The workshop is designed to develop the skills of relevant officers in the use of modern information and communication technology in the preparation and auditing of accounting reports and financial analysis.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Explain the basics of financial management
- Highlight the procedures for computerizing an accounting system
- Use relevant computer packages in accounting, auditing and financial management
- Identify auditing techniques and risks in computerized accounting and financial management.
Accountants, Auditors and Finance Officers in both public and private organizations