NON-IT COURSES COURSES


Business Analysis

This course will provide a solid foundation for a career in business analysis. We explore the strategy, phases, components and process a BA uses to develop a project. From conducting an enterprise analysis to assessing the solution's implementation.

Financial Analysis

At the end of the 24-hour Workshop, the participants are expected to, understand the relation between management reports and effective financial management, understand the relation between financial performance analysis and operating control, have an appreciation of the processes involved in generating financial management reports, understand the rationale behind the various techniques used in reading management reports and interpreting them.

Accounting for Non-accountants

Accounting for Non-Accountants is specially designed to cater to non-accountants in need of practical, day-to-day accounting knowledge and skills needed to understand and interpret accounting reports used in making effective business decisions.

Spreadsheet Accounting

At the end of the three-day Workshop, the participants are expected to be able to use MS Excel in: Recording the financial transactions of its business, (with a minimum of data inputting), Preparing financial statements direct from the financial records ( compliant with IFRS for SMEs ), Preparing semi-monthly time-based payroll, (with inputs for bonus computation and individual pay annualization), Preparing tax forms (with inputs direct from financial records). More importantly, you will be ready to do your spreadsheet recording and reporting.

First Line Management

A participant who completes this course will: Write SMART objectives aligned to the overall organizational goals, Plan how and when to accomplish objectives and prepare a budget, Revisit and align existing procedures to the organizational business process, Document procedures for continuous improvement, Review and align organizational structure to strategies and current business needs, Proactively reach-out beyond the unit structure to coordinate and seek assistance when needed, Implement new and appropriate tools, techniques and approaches on how to develop competencies, Motivate staff to achieve performance excellence, Establish practical performance standards/measurements, Monitor and analyze performance vs. standards/measurements, Evaluate performance, Prepare action plans and implement continuous improvements, Practice the values of professionalism, teamwork, excellence, continuous improvement and customer focus.

Lean Management

To give the participants a clear and compelling overview and purpose to adopt their versions of Toyota-lean management and what it can deliver for ambitious organizations when executed well. It also aims to create an environment where future certified lean leaders (lean trainers, lean coaches, lean auditors, and lean consultants) can thrive---and where lean certification for business establishments and government offices can take place.

The Craft of Technical Writing

Today, access to clear, relevant, and useful information increases any organization’s competitive advantage. At the heart of information management is the technical writer who is tasked to communicate technical information in a manner that can be understood by and useful to the intended readers. Such information has become vital in the organization’s decision-making cycle. Developing the craft of technical writing is easier said than done. At times, the writer ends up confusing instead of enlightening the reader. Worse, the writer may also cause the reader to be indifferent rather than enthused about the subject matter. The Craft of Technical Writing promotes a keen understanding and a strong adherence to the key principles of technical writing.

English in the Workplace: Speaking Module

English in the Workplace Speaking Module is a 24-hour course specifically designed to progressively challenge participants to grow in confidence in the use of English in day to day communication activities in the workplace. It is for people who have basic knowledge of the English language but who do not have enough opportunity to use it at work. They would like to use English in a greater number of situations, and improve their fluency and confidence in using the language.

English in the Workplace: Writing Module

This course that aims to improve the overall quality of work related documents such as memos, e-mails, reports, and letters. The course brings the participants to a clear grasp of the writing process and re-orients their views on writing towards the standards of plain English. It is for people who understand the importance of producing well-written work in the context of professionalism.

English in the Workplace: Presentation Skills Module

Presentation Skills is a 24-hour course which focuses on the development of the participants’ skills to talk in front of an audience and their ability to conduct meetings.