This Program gives a complete understanding, right from scratch to preparation and analysis of financial statements. It is supplemented with a number of interactive exercises, in accordance with the ‘learn by doing’ approach to help participants Improve understanding of accounting principles and financial management techniques, understanding of the significance of proper budgeting and forecasting, and how to use financial MIS to effectively manage a business/division including future plans and strategies.
All functional staff in today’s business world must have a working knowledge of finance. We all have an active role in our organization’s financial health, whether we realize it or not. This eight-day program will help participants understand the cycle of finance with all necessary financial and accounting terminologies to figure out where they fit into the bank’s financial structure, and how to support in keeping their department out of the red.
Participants will be able to prepare financial reports, budgets and make decisions with confidence individually and as a member of a team.
The program can be conducted over a 5-days period
This program is structured through providing participants with a realistic case play context that simulate the real world business practices. The simulation case plays show the participants how to do things they have discussed with the consultant. All necessary guidance and practice is provided to participants to be able to apply the learning in their real life challenges. Participants need to make assessment and reach financial decisions.
These case plays are followed by debriefing sessions provided by the Consultant/instructor who has active market expertise with extensive commercial experience in the subject of the program.
This program is suitable to relationship officer, branch managers.
All program materials will be in English.
The actual training sessions will be conducted by Facilitators fluent in both Arabic & English.
Number of attendees per training session
It is strongly suggested that the number of attendees per session does not exceed 15.