Often times, Officers find themselves performing accounting duties whereas they have not acquired formal training in the profession. For example, will it be right to blame staff (transferred from say Personnel Department to Accounts Department or Audit Department) for non performance when the staff affected is neither a professional Accountant nor has he been formally trained to enable him perform well in his new Department? It is a statement of fact that Managers in most Accounts Departments fall into the category of those that have not been formally trained. Until this group of managers, which constitutes the ‘engine room’ of accounting operations, is trained to sharpen their skill, the full benefits of even employing professionally qualified Accountant at the top will not be realized.
The workshop, which will be a practical one, will teach the participants the preparation, analysis and interpretation of accounts from the rudimentary stages. The workshop will also dwell on basic accounting concepts and principles and their application in the preparation of accounts. It will also be quite refreshing for qualified and professional Accountants.
|NACOVAD HOTEL WUSE ABUJA
||Oct 16 - 18 Oct, 2017
Dr. Francis Okereke 08035062583
A team of seasoned facilitators has been arranged in this all important seminar