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  2. Competencies are fundamental aspects for both employees within a workplace, and the managers in charge of said employees’ area of work. For the professionals working as employees within a company or organisation, their respective competencies denote the abilities and capabilities that they have in regards to performing certain tasks or work. For management, taking note of a respective employee’s competencies and utilising them to the fullest extent possible allows for increased productivity and other improvements in the workplace. By paying attention to the competencies of those within a company or organisation, managers can ensure that they are working within the right field and remain motivated in all the ways necessary. Our training course on Competency-Based Management seeks to provide professionals with the knowledge and ideas they need to optimise employee contributions within the entire organisation, while also attaining an understanding of how to motivate and empower employees, particularly in accordance with their respective competencies. Competencies are in themselves, the qualities and aptitudes possessed by a person for a myriad of different fields of work. They differ from skills in the sense that they are inherent trait, as opposed to something learned and attained through training or studying. While competencies can be trained and honed, they cannot necessarily be learned. Competency management is the term used to refer to the style of management in which employee knowledge and behavioural patterns are enhanced and developed by managers, focusing on the overall growth of their competencies. It allows managers to clearly identity every competency of each employee, while also analysing how these competencies apply to and work towards the goals of a respective company or organisation. Following this, competency managers can then create development plans for employees that require work on particular competencies, while also monitoring and measuring the progress of both competency development and work completed by other employees. Competency management is a useful strategizing tool for a number of different reasons. By utilising different competency management techniques and frameworks, competency managers are able to determine the areas in which a company or organisation’s workforce must be optimised and enhanced, so as to allow for an overall better performance and increased productivity. As well as this, sufficient competency management permits managers to plan in advance for how different roles within the workplace need to be filled with both existing and future talent, if relevant. Succession planning such as this ensures that the business can continue to operate with little to no disruption if there is a change in personnel at any given stage. Employee retention is also likely to improve under successful competency management; by paying attention to employee needs and investing time and effort into the development of their competencies and abilities, they are far more likely to feel valued by the company or organisation they represent, thereby staying in their role for longer. Competency management yields a significant number of different boons if utilised properly, and is an essential component of management within any business. Through our training course on Competency-Based Management, we instruct individuals on the ins and outs of competency management, providing a deeper understanding of how to utilise competencies to yield the greatest benefit for one’s respective business. Our training course focuses on providing attendees with how to properly distinguish between skills and competencies, while also teaching how to properly motivate employees according to their respective competencies. By taking part in our Competency-Based Management training course, prospective and current managers alike will attain the skills and understandings necessary to perform their role as proficiently and successfully as possible. Check out our Youtube video below:
  3. Within professional environments such as one’s place of work, communication skills are an indispensable tool for both success and progression. Alongside this, global markets and businesses are becoming more prevalent throughout every corner of the world, with many different companies and organisations needing to increase their communicative abilities in order to successfully do business with other professionals. With English being one of the most prominent languages for business on the planet, it is therefore unsurprising that it is of the utmost importance to be able to utilise the English language for communicative purposes in business. Our training courses on Business English Skills are designed to provide participants with the English language skills they need to become an effective and prominent part of the contemporary global market place. Business English in itself refers to the English language when utilised in regards to various different aspects of business as a whole. Business English is a necessity for anyone wishing to work as a professional in the global marketplace, due to the number of different terminologies and vocabularies that hold a heavy importance in the field of business, as well as certain circumstances during which one may need to use business-oriented English. Business English is also essential for taking part in some of the day to day operations of the workplace; this may include engaging in presentations and negotiations with both colleagues and external professionals alike. Another important application of Business English would pertain to the various situations in which one needs to communicate with clients from vastly different locales would require a common language, or lingua franca. English is considered to be the world’s lingua franca and thus, remains at the forefront of global business. Therefore, being able to utilise it would not only allow one to work with other businesses around the world, but would also allow for one to work in different environments and businesses globally also. Maintaining a knowledge of Business English also allows for one’s respective business to appeal to different audiences and potential consumers in a variety of different locations. Our training courses on Business English Skills are based on instructing attendees on the best practices necessary for communicating with others in business-oriented situations, as well as how to successfully express oneself in the English language with a high degree of fluency, accuracy and confidence. Through a series of different exercises and role plays, and by focusing on research pertaining to prominent and popular topics of business such as I.T. and finance, attendees of our training courses will be provided with significant opportunities to attain a strong grasp of business-oriented English. As well as this, our training course on Business English Skills is designed to facilitate a higher standard of English communication in other circumstances, such as presentational skills and socialisation. The English language is unquestionably one of the most fundamental and important languages for business in the world, and is a must-know for any aspiring or prospective professional to learn and utilise to a high standard. Our training courses are the perfect way to acquire and hone this essential tool, in order to further excel within the field of business.
  4. It is an indisputable fact that within the day-to-day operations of a company or organisation, monitoring both accounts payable and accounts receivable is of significant importance. By regularly performing an analysis of how much money a business has coming in versus how much is being expended, it becomes more possible to easily check the financial health of one’s company or organisation. Data on this financial health is regularly recorded in the form of a cash flow statement, which can be used in preparation for bolstering a company or organisation’s financial health, in addition to allowing one to implement better business practices. By taking part in our Cash Flow Statement Workshop training courses, attendees will be provided with the knowledge and tools necessary for enhancing the financial organisational processes of their workplace and performing a strong analysis of their organisation’s cashflow, effectively improving cash flow through better management and improved system integration. To begin with, there are two crucial aspects of finance within a company or organisation that must be paid attention to, when considering the business’s overall cash flow. One of these aspects is accounts payable, which refers to the money or debts owed by a company or organisation to any relevant third party, such as a supplier of goods. In contrast to this, accounts receivable is the term used to money that is in owing to an organisation or company by other third parties. Whereas accounts payable are considered a liability, as they consist of money that is due to leave the business that holds it, accounts receivable are treated as being an asset. Both of these two elements play a significant role in the creation and implementation of a business’s cash flow statements. A cash flow statement is the financial statement that holds all information regarding both the financial inflows and outflows of a respective company or organisation. It details how any money comes into the company, be it as a result of ongoing consumer operations or investment from external sources. This is typically in itself referred to as cash inflow. As well as focusing on this cash inflow, cash flow statements also provide an in-depth analysis of all finances and funds leaving the company, through means such as paying for supplies, making investments or other activities pertaining to business; this is referred to as the cash outflow. Cash flow statements also detail the financial health of three of the key areas of business operations, and how they reflect on the overall financial health of a respective company or organisation. The first of these is operations, which refers to all transactions relating to typical business activities. Examples of these include the revenue and inflow gained from selling products and services to consumers, as well as any outflow that occurs as a result of taxes, or payments to suppliers of goods. In addition to operations, cash flow statements focus on investments. They detail how inflows from investing, such as the selling of business assets, our outflows, such as the purchase of business assets, affect the company or organisation’s overall cash flow. Finally, cash flow statements focus on the business’s overall financial activities, analysing sources of inflow and outflow such as equity and debt respectively. Essentially, the operations, investments and financing of a business are three of the most important points to consider when analysing a company or organisation’s financial health, and thus are focused on to a significant extent within cash flow statements. In our training course on this subject, titled Cash Flow Statement Workshop, attendees are taught about the various techniques and skills essential for effective preparation and analysis of cash flow statements. Attendees will be instructed on how to effectively apply the fundamentals of accounts payable and financial accounting to their workplace, while also gaining an understanding of how to best review payments and cash managements within the business. Attendees of our training course will also be trained on how to best perform an analysis on potential risks and uncertainties surrounding accounts payable within a company or organisation, and the best practices for cash flow statements across different areas. With the training and education provided in our course, professionals will be able to gain a strong understanding of the cash flow statement system and how to best utilise and practice it within their workplace. Check out our Youtube video below:
  5. Within contemporary professional environments, both business practices and ideologies are significantly likely to undergo any shifts necessary to ensure that demands within the field of business are met. In this area of rapid development and change, business analysts perform the role of identifying how these changes reflect the needs of a respective business, as well as working with members of a company or organisation on solutions for any problems that may exist, and how to improve business operations as a whole. It is an absolutely vital role for any company or organisation, and ensures that business is able to operate at its most optimal state. In our training courses on Business Analysis Within a Project Environment, we instruct individuals on the best approaches and practices of the business analysis discipline, in addition to how to make use of different methods and techniques to identify any potential issues and opportunities within one’s own professional environment. Business analysis is, in itself, the discipline of analysing a professional environment’s performance and overall state, and then determining which areas are functioning at an optimal standard, and which areas need to be improved. Business analysts will define which specific aspects need to be worked on by a company or organisation, and recommend solutions to solve these problems. This is done to ensure that the business in question delivers the highest value possible to its respective stakeholders, as well as to increase the efficacy of its overall operations. Those that perform business analysis are responsible for liaising with stakeholders and members of management in regards to how this change can be successfully executed. Business analysts may also perform a significant number of different duties as part of their overall role; for example, if changes to one’s financial operations become necessary, business analysts may need to use effective budgeting and forecasting methodologies to provide a solution to this area, as well as planning and monitoring practices to ensure that operations proceed according to the desired outcome. The overall role of a business analyst can be said to require a significant amount of variation in one’s respective skill sets, as different areas of business operations may require entirely different solutions to one another. Thus, being adaptable in one’s approaches and abilities should undoubtedly allow for business analysis to be performed at a higher standard. Our training courses for Business Analysis Within a Project Environment are designed to teach attendees on a number of different aspects of business analysis. In our training courses, we seek to provide attendees with a deeper understanding of how business analysts can mediate and manage the interests and needs of their respective work communities, while focusing on how to apply the necessary frameworks for conducting business analysis, in accordance with the business analysis life cycle. Over the duration of our training course, attendees are taught about how the key concepts and techniques one should utilise and be mindful of when conducting business analysis, how to conduct relevant assessments and communicate with stakeholders when necessary, and how to develop existing analytical thinking and problem solving skills. Working in the field of business analysis requires one to be able to think both analytically and laterally, possessing the ability to approach a myriad of different problems from multiple angles to solve them effectively. The knowledge imparted onto attendees of our training course provides the opportunity to enhance these crucial abilities, allowing them to flourish as much as possible within the field of business analysis.
  6. For any company or organisation, developing an effective and realistic financial model is critical to their success. At a time in which many different organisations may seek to increase the overall value of their business, and a time in which different stakeholders and investors are placing increasingly higher importance levels on the organisation they are a part of, having a financial modelling system that is successful and efficient ensures that businesses will be able to operate in accordance with their highest possible value. Our courses for Business and Financial Modelling focuses extensively on how to formulate and interpret different financial models, in addition to how to use various tools and approaches to formulate effective financial modelling strategies for the purpose of furthering one’s business. In general, financial modelling refers to the creation of a system in which a company or organisation’s various financial records and data are recorded and expressed. This is typically in reference to their financial performance within a given period of time, focusing on different aspects such as their respective earnings and expenses. Financial modelling can take place through a variety of different methods: For example, many businesses utilise spreadsheets as part of their financial models, due to their flexibility and customisable properties, as well their ability to allow one to make quick calculations based on any data contained within the spreadsheet. The resultant financial models are used by businesses to analyse how future executive decisions and events may affect financial performance, as well as to allow businesses to make more informed decision about which steps they take in the future, so as to ensure financial stability and sufficient financial performance. Overall, financial modelling allows businesses to represent and better understand the numbers and figures behind their financial operations. In regards to financial modelling categories, there are a number of different kinds of financial model that are commonly utilised by a company or organisation. For example, project financial modelling allows businesses to evaluate how much the respective capital necessary for an upcoming or intended project may be, whereas pricing modelling is employed to calculate and determine suitable prices for any product or service being sold by a respective business. Within these different financial modelling categories, there are various different financial modelling types that exist. Each different financial model may be used according to a specific set of circumstances. In our training courses for Business and Financial Modelling, we instruct attendees on how to enhance their analytical abilities within financial modelling itself, as well as how to create powerful and effective financial models in significantly less time. Our courses focus on how to design and implement strong financial models within one’s business, as well as how to better project and determine certain outcomes based on one’s models. By combining the knowledge and approaches gained from our courses with an effective use and implementation of financial models, one will be able to maximise the efficacy of their business operations and be able to draw more realistic and substantiated conclusions from their financial models, while potentially increasing the ways in which they can maximise the value of their business. Check out our Youtube video below to find out more:
  7. At the heart of any company or organisation, there are a number of elements that should be respected and utilised as optimally as possible in order to ensure that operations are able to proceed with little or no challenges whatsoever. For example, great attention and care must be paid to planning budgets, as they ultimately determine how much can and will be invested into a respective project, as well as the company’s financial trajectory and long term strategic vision. Proper budget management is of the utmost importance and must be enforced by any company or organisation wishing to be successful. In our course on Budgeting, Planning and Management Reporting, we provide individuals with the training and approaches they need to improve how budgets are handled and planned in their respective company, as well as training on how to use management reporting to improve control over one’s finances. When planning budgets for a company or organisation, it is important to be mindful of any strategies and objectives that are to be met. By paying close attention to these elements, it becomes possible to plan the budget around these circumstances and guarantee that the resulting budget is one that is tailored to these goals and strategies, allowing them to be met effectively. For example, if a company has the objective of increasing the amount of spending done by their respective consumers, part of a budget may be allotted to practices that would benefit this objective. By using part of the budget to expand products offered to the consumer or on promotional material, the company is thereby likely to meet their objective of increased consumer spending. As well as this, companies and organisations must be mindful of their net working capital, which refers to both their current assets (such as accounts receivable and inventories), and their current liabilities (such as accounts payable). Doing so allows one to have a clearer understanding of what the limits of their budget are, while also maintaining an understanding of what goals can be met. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of planning a budget is the utilisation of management reporting. Management reports are used to monitor how both financial and general operations are proceeding, and allows for a detailed analysis on a company or organisation’s current financial health, benchmarks, and potential next steps. Management reporting is also important for allowing employees to communicate these elements to their respective managers, as well as stakeholders and other senior figures within a company or organisation. By paying attention to the information detailed within a management report and utilising it within the planning of a budget, one is able to attain a realistic idea as to how much money can be used as part of the budget. In our course for Budgeting, Planning and Management Reporting, we provide attendees with training that is crucial to both budgetary planning and reporting, as well as training on how to successfully integrate planning, budgeting and reporting into a more streamlined process. Attendees of our training course will be instructed on a series of topics pertaining to budgeting and planning, such as budgetary control, forecasting processes and activity based costing and budgeting. By training individuals on these topics, as well as how to implement advanced planning and control methodologies into one’s budgeting process, and the application of management tools to the budgeting process, we strive to provide attendees with all the knowledge necessary to meet their strategic goals and increase the profitability and performance of their company. Check out our Youtube video below:
  8. When it comes to the day-to-day operations of any organisation, one of the most important departments has always been, The Human Resources, also commonly referred to as HR. Those that work within an organisation’s HR departments often partake in an assortment of different roles, and are also generally responsible for managing some of the most important aspects regarding a respective employee’s presence in the organisation. In our courses for Advanced Human Resources Management, we provide training to ensure that one is able to employ effective strategies into their HR management methods, while also developing a deeper and more advanced understanding of how one should manage their respective HR department. When considering the role that a HR department plays within an organisation, it is important to first consider what HR in itself actually entails. The term ‘human resources’ in itself describes the department of an organisation that is responsible for overseeing and handling every aspect regarding employees. For example, HR departments handle all matters and queries regarding employee life cycles, which covers the hiring, training, and (when necessary) dismissal of respective employees. HR departments may also be responsible for overseeing parts of an organisation’s payroll system, as well as dealing with employee benefits and compensation, workplace safety and culture, and providing support to employees when needed. HR departments are responsible for guaranteeing that the organisation are strictly adhered to all relevant regulations for the state they are operating in, as the labour laws. Organisations must comply with all state laws regarding details such as the treatment of employees, working hours and minimum wages, and thus HR departments are responsible for ensuring that this takes place. HR departments also hold a responsibility for monitoring how workplace culture and quality of life may be susceptible to evolve and thus require new practices to be implemented. Overall, the HR management role in itself refers to the maintenance and operating of all aspects of HR, and overseeing many essential features of an organisation’s entire operation, so as to guarantee that they are functioning at their absolute optimum levels. Our courses for Advanced Human Resources Management are created and structured for attendees to acquire good skills and methods necessary for acquiring knowledge which is worth and efficacy of their HR department. Our courses aim to demonstrate ways in which HR departments can be beneficial to the organisations, as well as teaching a number of topics pertaining to HR itself, such as strategic thinking can be applied to the advanced management of HR. We also seek to provide attendees with the thinking and knowledge essential to progress in their respective HR departments, through analysing details, such as both the gradual and rapid evolution of workplace culture and HR operations themselves and how they may need to adapt to it. Furthermore, we explore how new approaches of motivational models can reinvigorate the operations of an organisation, and creative approaches to improving the performance of one’s HR department, thereby allowing it to become more valuable to the organisation in total. Overall, HR is one of the most pivotal parts of any organisation, as it plays an absolutely crucial role in a variety of operational components. With its substantial presence in the employee life cycle, supervision of both payroll and benefits systems, as well as maintaining control over workplace health and safety, many organisations would benefit immensely from having a well-structured and advanced HR department in its ranks. With this training we provide in our courses the requirements of an HR employee by teaching the best practices and methodologies necessary. We aim to equip people with the knowledge and expertise they need to allow their HR department to prosper and become an invaluable part of the organisation. Those that take part in our courses will have a far more advanced perception of how to deal things effectively and implement different HR practices. Click the link below to checkout the video:
  9. Within the field of human relations, there are a number of qualities that are absolutely essential for one to be able to perform their role effectively. Possessing these traits ensures that one is the most qualified for their respective job that they can be, while also meeting the needs and desires that their respective company or organisation maintains. These qualities are often referred to as competencies, and work as the benchmark by which many different job interviews and employee assessments take place. Competencies are a fundamental trait for any business to pay close attention to, as they not only directly affect the workflow of one’s company or organisation, but also function as a determinate for whether or not one’s business can reach its desired objectives. In our training course for Competencies, attendees will be taught how to analyse and determine the main components of each respective competency, in addition to how to effectively design competency frameworks and models for their respective organisation or company. Check out our Youtube video below: Competencies are, in general, the qualities and talent that a person possesses, exist in a variety of different fields for different purposes. While similar to skills, competencies can be said to differ somewhat from skills, as they tend to be more of an inherent aspect of oneself, as opposed to something that is learned and acquired. That being said, it is entirely possible for one to hone and train themselves in a respective realm of competency so as to perform better in that respect. Typically, competencies are utilised and analysed by an organisation’s respective HR department for a number of different reasons. For example, said organisation will check the potential of prospective employees by analysing which competencies they possess, and comparing it to the competencies that are considered to be of the utmost importance for that organisation. If a particular competency demonstrated by that employee matches that which is desired by the organisation, it is more likely to make them a more desirable candidate for employment. This is often referred to as a ‘competency framework’, and is used by companies and organisations to define the individual competencies that are crucial to their respective operations, and which competency is desired for each respective role within their company or organisation. Competency frameworks tend to detail the core competencies of an organisation, which refers to the most essential competencies for realising the organisation’s goals. They will also outline which common competencies are needed for particular roles in the company, as well as any specific or technical competencies for a role that requires expertise. Within a company’s own HR department itself, professionals must possess a wide range of different competencies in order to both be suitable for their role, and also to perform it to the highest standard that they can. Some competencies in particular are vital to performing a HR role to the highest standard that one can. For example, professionals within a HR department must be able to communicate strongly in order to both convey and exchange information and data with other professionals within their organisation, as well as to liaise with employees and managing situations that may arise within the workplace. Our training course for Competencies focuses on how organisations and companies can utilise competency framework to identify a respective company or organisation’s training needs and talent pools, while also providing attendees with knowledge on how to design and implement competency frameworks and models for their respective business. By identifying how competencies are utilised by HR management for both recruitment and training alike, while also detailing the different types of competencies that exist, our training course ensures that all attendees will attain a strong understanding of the various aspects that exist within the topic of competencies, while also acquiring a knowledge of how to best approach competencies and competency frameworks within their own respective company or organisation.
  10. Within any HR department of a company or organisation, one of the most crucial roles is that of the compensation and benefits administrator. Organisations and companies are expected to reward their respective employees for the work they engage in, so as to encourage as much motivation as possible within the workplace and provide workers with an incentive to continue working as hard as they have been. These rewards typically exist in the form of compensation and benefits. Thus, the role of the compensation and benefits administrator is one that can ultimately affect the quality of the workplace and motivation of the employees themselves. In our training courses on being a Compensation and Benefits Administrator, we instruct attendees on the strategic impact of this role, as well as how to best compensate employees in correlation with contemporary societal and organisational contexts. To begin with, it is pertinent to consider what the term ‘compensations and benefits’ entails, in regards to the rewards administered to workers for their labour. Typically, this term is used in part to refer to the various articles that a worker would receive as part of their tenure with their respective company, such as fixed and variable monetary payments. However, compensations and benefits also covers the various perks and bonuses that employees may receive as a result of their contract with their respective company or organisation. This may include health insurance where relevant, paid holidays, and in some cases, shares and stock options for the company itself. Compensation and benefits may also cover pension plans and any necessary travel payments for staff, and are overall one of the most important elements to be considered by a prospective employee of a company. When performing the role of a compensation and benefits administrator, there are a number of responsibilities that one must manage and maintain in order to perform the role to the highest standard possible. Compensation and benefits administrators are largely responsible for managing and assessing various different aspects, such as a company’s payroll, how different forms of compensations and benefits are administered and delivered to employees, and the various different types of compensations and benefits offered by the company. Administrators are also responsible for managing the hours of each respective employee, and relaying information to said employees about the compensation and benefits available to them. Our courses on Compensation and Benefits Administrators provide the training that individuals need to ensure that they can perform the role to the highest standards possible. By designing our training course to instruct attendees on how organisations can better motivate their employees through the compensations and benefits system, in addition to demonstrating the efficacy of adequate reward strategies, we aim to teach the best approaches to compensation benefits and administration, and how one can assist their respective company or organisation in reaching its strategic objectives through working in their role effectively. Compensation and benefits administration is arguably one of the most crucial components not only for a company’s HR department, but for the company as a whole. By supplying employees with a suitable and attractive set of benefits in exchange for their labour within the company, employees will feel more motivated within their workplace, which may result in increased engagement and participation within their respective roles. This in turn benefits the company, through higher levels of productivity and an overall higher employee satisfaction level, allowing the company to achieve their desired goals and, as a result, greater levels of success within their field. Check out our Youtube video below:
  11. When it comes to working in a substantial role at an organisation, strong leadership qualities can be considered as some of the most vital tools to effectively performing one’s purpose. As a leader, it is of utmost importance to be able to form strong working relationships with both employees and managers alike, while also striving to provide the best guidance and direction possible for those that require it. The ability to motivate, think strategically and be proactive are essential traits of a strong leadership. As well as this, striving for and encouraging innovation in one’s respective field of work also demonstrates solid leadership capabilities, and may benefit both oneself and the organisation they work for as a whole. Our course in Achieving Leadership Success through People and Innovation consists of training that is designed to provide existing and potential leaders with the tools they need to attain the highest levels of successfulness possible within their own leadership. When it comes to effective leadership, there are a number of different styles that one can utilise depending how they wish to conduct their leadership role. For example, performing the role of an autocratic leader would maintain strict, authoritative control over others, with all final decisions on what happens being left solely to the leader. This in turn may lead to the establishment of weaker working relationships with others and an overall lower motivation within one’s team, as they would have far less input into what decisions are to be made. This is in contrast to a democratic leadership style, which keenly encourages input and involvement from other employees and allows their voices, ideas and opinions to be heard more often. This will likely result in a far more substantial working relationship with others, as they are actively supported in playing a larger role in the making of decisions. Building these positive working relationships with others is extremely important within a professional environment, and also conveys a sense of strong leadership. Leaders should be able to build relationships with other professionals based on respect, trust and an understanding of one’s own ideas or expectations. By reaching an understanding of the goals each respective person seeks to attain, as well as showing an appreciation for any contributions or ideas provided by an individual, professional working relationships can become more fortified and thus represent an effective leadership. This will be of great assistance when it comes to either working together in collaboration, or during conflict resolution when each respective side must have their own thoughts and opinions considered. Finally, having a sense of innovation is a key characteristic of successful leadership. Leaders can exhibit a strong drive to further both themselves and the organisation they work for, by building a strong innovation culture and actively encouraging each respective individual within an organisation to utilise innovative thinking and approaches to their work, as well as thinking about and approaching work in a productive and creative manner. This is referred to as innovative leadership, and is a necessity for any organisation that wishes to either innovate in and revolutionise their respective field, or develop and produce innovative services and/or products. The training we provide in our courses is designed specifically to provide individuals with the tools they need to be a successful and innovative leader. We aim to equip attendees with effective knowledge on how to develop successful professional relationships with people and improve overall satisfaction in the workplace, while being mindful of different personality traits in works and any necessary conflict management methodologies. As well as this, we provide training on how to develop one’s own personal productivity and apply innovative, efficient and productive methods of working to their own workflow, while also empowering their own self-belief and proactivity within their respective field. With the techniques and approaches we teach as part of our training, one will be able to not only become a more successful and innovative leader in their field, but will also be able to add value to the organisation they work in and boost their career along their desired professional path. Click the link below to checkout our video:
  12. When working on tasks as part of one’s work within an organisation or company, it is important to both possess and demonstrate and build the leadership skills necessary for completing said tasks to a high standard. Effective communication strategies are important for allowing individuals to work well with other members of their team, as well as for establishing a strong working relationship with senior members of management. On top of this, it is vital for individuals to partake in building and utilising any abilities necessary to meet deadlines and prioritise their work effectively. In our course for Building Task Leadership Skills, we seek to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools they need to better manage and prioritise their workload, as well as how they can effectively build both strong communicative and leadership qualities for working with others. When it comes to strong leadership skills within one’s area of work, the ability to communicate with other individuals is of the utmost importance. By showing confidence when taking part in discussions with or presenting ideas to other colleagues, and by using positive interpersonal techniques when communicating with other colleagues, individuals will exude a greater sense of trustworthiness and dependability. This may therefore make it more likely that their ideas will be responded to or accepted. Communication skills are also necessary for allowing effective team building within a company; individuals should be able to express their own ideas and thoughts to their colleagues, while also being mindful of their colleagues’ opinions and notions. Doing so allows the team that one is a part of to work together successfully and potentially flourish in their respective field. As well as this, it is essential for individuals to be able to utilise these strong communication abilities alongside confidence qualities when communicating with senior figures within an organisation or company. Doing so allows one to better project themselves as being confident and dependable, as well as valuable to the company’s growth and operation, if combined with a demonstration of reliable work aptitude. Following this, another important quality that individuals should demonstrate within their leadership skills is the ability to effectively prioritise and manage their respective workloads. By avoiding procrastination in the workplace and managing the time that one spends on any tasks assigned to them, not only is it possible to increase one’s overall productivity, but it can also contribute to building an overall greater sense of leadership amongst one’s peers and seniors. In our course focusing on Building Task Leadership Skills, we instruct that individuals on the techniques they need to make use of to communicate with confidence and clarity with other groups of people, and many of the management methods and processes that they can use to further their productivity and overall building of their leadership skills. Our course aims to equip attendees with the knowledge necessary to portray their inner confidence through both speaking and conduct within the workplace, as well as how to develop positive interpersonal methods for effective self-management and planning, and how to interact more effectively with other colleagues in order to complete tasks. By making use of the information provided during our course, individuals will attain all the crucial elements and tools they need in order to successfully build strong leadership skills and demonstrate that they are an indispensable part of both their organisation and within their field of work. Check out our Youtube video below:
  13. When it comes to the management of an organisation or business, selecting the best prospective employees is absolutely vital to that organisation’s success. Choosing the potential candidates with the most essential skills will allow one to increase the productivity and effectiveness of their organisation’s workflow, thereby increasing the overall value of the organisation itself. In order to do this, it is essential for professionals to use the best interviewing and recruitment process possible. By implementing new and effective approaches to both interviewing and the recruitment process, professionals can ensure that they hire the best people for their respective domains. Our training specialises in providing professionals with everything they need to master the recruitment process. During the interviewing, selection and recruitment of new employees, there are typically a specific number of key stages that occur. This allows employers to do what they specifically require from prospective employees absolutely clear, while also allowing employers to select the right employees for their organisation. After employers outline what the job position in question requires and the position is advertised as being available, the selection stage begins, and applicants and prospective employees are chosen based on their CVs. This would effectively outline who best suits the position. Following this, candidates are then interviewed so that the employer can attain a more personal understanding of how they are as a person, as well as a first-hand experience of that candidate’s behaviour and in some cases, how they use their own personal skills. Finally, following the interviewing stage, candidates are evaluated by the employers in regards to their competence for the role in question, and the most relevant candidates are selected for the role. When it comes to the assessing and selection of which candidate possesses the necessary skills and demeanour to execute the role, there are also some factors that should be considered. For example, interviewers can pay attention to certain cues regarding the candidate during the interviewing process, such as a candidate’s overall attitude and enthusiasm during interviewing, the quality of their response and also their body language during the interview. In our course on Advanced Selection, Recruitment and Interviewing Skills, we offer training on which skills are essential for interviewing and recruitment, as well as how individuals can master the recruitment process and practice the theory taught to them during training. Our training also focuses on how employers can execute the interviewing process of employment to the highest standard possible. Alongside this, we instruct individuals on matters such as how to construct relevant and effective interview questions, as well as methods by which candidates can be tested on their problem solving skills. We also specialise in training professionals to utilise a number of different tools and strategies as part of the recruitment and interviewing stages. For example, some of our materials regarding the successful use of personality profiles as a part of the interviewing and recruitment processes, in addition to how interviewers can correctly decode and interpret the body language of interviewees. With a broad focus on the different assets, skills and values that professionals should be mindful of when selecting candidates for a job position, our training will equip attendees with everything that they need to select and recruit the right people for the job. Click the link below to check out our Youtube video:
  14. When it comes to the running of any financial operations within an organisation, the Accounts Payable Course must be considered as an aspect of great importance, as it plays a substantial role in the accurate recording and calculating of an organisation’s finances. It helps in conveying any payments that an organisation must make to external sources, such as suppliers. This course focusses on teaching individuals about how accounts payable functions as a whole, works as the best methods for the management of accounts payable, and how to assess and improve any existing operations for accounts payable. The term ‘accounts payable’ refers to any investment or debts that are owed by an organisation or business to any relevant third party. Typically, these third parties may be any suppliers of goods for that respective organisation, as well as other types of creditors. This is in direct contrast to ‘accounts receivable’, which refers to any money that is owed to an organisation or business by other third parties, and is considered as being a financial asset. Accounts payable are usually considered as a liability account, and are recorded in the same general ledger as that which is used during the accounting cycle to record and clarify the accounts that takes place within an organisation. Typically, any payments made towards accounts payable do not happen immediately but over a period of time. In some cases, the management of an accounting department may choose to make payments for any accounts payable closer to their respective due dates in order to affect the organisation’s overall cash flow. Accounts payable may also be used as a term to refer to any department within a business or organisation that is responsible for handling any invoices or bills that must be paid by the organisation, as well as payments to any of the third parties as an outlined priority. Typically, larger organisations and businesses will have an entire department responsible entirely for the management of any accounts payable, whereas smaller businesses may have departments that focus on both accounts payable and receivable. In our course, we focus on Accounts Payable from Accounting to Management, we aim to provide attendees with a deeper comprehension of the role of accounts payable within an organisation and how it functions, as well as how to achieve successful management of the accounts payable system in one’s own organisation. Our course emphasises on the importance of different aspects of management over accounts payable, while also providing an insight into some of the different processes and practices that one can implement. When it comes to dealing with any accounts payable, such as three way matching; this process involves checking a supplier’s invoice against the organisation’s actual purchase order and receiving report, in order to ensure that any potential losses are minimised as much as possible. By utilising the different information and methods taught in our course, individuals will be sure to excel at the management of accounts payable. To conclude, accounts payable covers a significant part of a business or organisation’s financial operations; the accounts payable department maintains a significant degree of management over how the organisation’s spending occurs. While making sure that any outstanding bills or invoices are tracked paid in a timely manner, thus protecting the organisation’s value as a whole. Alongside this, accounts payable in itself provides a strong indicator of how an organisation or business is doing financially, as well as which investments it has made and how said investments end up performing for the organisation. Click the link below to checkout our video:
  15. When it comes to the running an organisation, the accounting department plays a noteworthy role in the management and recording of many of the organisation’s financial matters. If an accounting department is able to accurately and efficiently aggregate all information regarding its respective organisation’s financial health, it can enable the organisation to make many important financial decisions based on the information. It also helps in improving financial communication between the organisation and any other relevant persons, such as stockholders. In our course for Accounting, Decision Making and Financial Communication, we provide the necessary training for individuals to be able to understand how accounting as a whole works, as well as the significance of its role in both decision making and financial communication. In order to have a full understanding of the topics covered in our training, it is first pertinent to discuss each topic respectively. To begin with, the term ‘accounting’ refers to the collection, recording and maintenance of financial data pertaining to a business or organisation. Those that work within an accounting department are responsible for organising and observing this financial data, before compiling it into financial statements that are designed to more concisely convey all information regarding an organisation’s financial health, and any relevant cash flow. Once the company’s financial stability has become clearer via the findings in its financial statements, important business decisions regarding aspects such as spending, budgeting and investing can be made by the organisation. This decision making relies heavily on the findings presented in financial statements, as it essentially presents the organisation with an understanding of which financial decisions are viable or unviable. Alongside, both stockholders and analysts are also able to make decisions regarding the valuation of an organisation, based on the findings in its respective financial reports. Finally, the way in which this financial information is both communicated and presented to stockholders and analysts is of the utmost importance. This is referred to as ‘financial communication’, is the means by which organisations present the financial value of their company to both present and potential stockholders, as well as within the realm of general public relations, to an extent. Organisations require strong methods of financial communication as it not only allows them to guard any existing value that the company holds, but may also serve to bolster it somewhat, for example through the increase of stock prices. By following the training provided in our courses, individuals will attain a more profound knowledge and understanding of many aspects pertaining to accounting, financial decision making and financial communications. Our training specialises in teaching how accounting information is collected and analysed to support effective financial management and decision making techniques, as well as how individuals can more effectively utilise the skills and approaches essential for good accounting. Individuals that take part in our training will also acquire an understanding of how best to conduct any report that takes place within accounting, as well as strong methods for both budget forecasting and financial communications. To conclude, accounting is an essential part of an organisation’s operations for a variety of reasons. Without a strong accounting department that can accurately present financial information and forecasts, not only is it impossible to determine what financial decisions should be taken, it also becomes extremely difficult to engage in financial communications with both existing and future stockholders. Ensuring that one’s accounting department can function both effectively and efficiently, it will not only provide the organisation with more optimised method of operations, but will also bring new grounds with a greater understanding of its own financial health. Click the link below to check out our video:
  16. When it comes to having a position of leadership within an organisation or company, one of the most important things that any leader must be mindful of, is their relationship with other employees. Maintaining a healthy and positive relation with an employee can not only allow for a positive atmosphere around the workplace, but is also a powerful tool for ensuring that workflow within the company is optimal and to a high standard. Thus, employee relations can be said to be one of the most important aspects of any workplace, and the training provided in our course ensures that one will attain the qualities and knowledge crucial to maintaining a strong professional relationship with employees, while also understanding some of the key concepts behind employee relations. The term ‘employee relations' is used to describe the overall relationship between employees and the leaders of the workplace they operate in. As mentioned earlier, one of the most important reasons for maintaining strong employee relations within an organisation is for the sake of engagement. Through means such as regularly providing support to employees when necessary, as well as encouraging open and honest communication regarding their ideas, needs and expectations, employees may feel more positive and valued within their workplace. This will result in increased motivation within their role in the company. Following this, productivity is another important reason for the sustaining of a positive relation with employees. Once employees feel more motivated and valued within the workplace, there is a significant chance that their productivity levels will be boosted, the level and standard of work they produce will be much higher than it may have been without sufficient employee relations. Employees will overall feel more motivated to engage with their work and give the absolute best that they can, which in turn benefits the organisation as a whole. Other important reasons for sustaining positive employee relations within a workplace include the potential financial benefits that it may yield for the company; by first increasing employee engagement and productivity in the workplace, any respective goods or services that a relevant company may provide may be of a higher quality due to greater employee engagement; this, in turn, can potentially lead to better sales and a higher rate of satisfaction from customers. As well as this, ensuring that employee relations are of a generally positive nature will allow for easier conflict resolution when necessary, as there may be a significantly higher level of trust between the employer and their respective employees once strong relations have been established. Through the training provided in our Advanced Employee Relations course, one will gain a more thorough understanding of some the most important parts of employee relations, while also learning a variety of different approaches to ensuring that they are able to maintain the best type of relation possible with their employees. For example, participants of our training will be instructed on components of employee relations such as morale surveys, which are typically used by Human Resource departments as a measure of employee attitudes and satisfaction within the workplace. Alongside this, training will be provided on other elements of employee relations such as labour law, employee counselling methodologies, and grievance resolution, thereby allowing those that take part in our training to gain the skills and understanding necessary to achieve the best employee relations possible within their company. In conclusion, the importance of employee relations within the workplace cannot be understated to any extent. Without the formation of a strong professional relationship between an organisation’s leader and their respective employees, organisations may find that both their daily operations and their general sustainability may suffer as a result. Therefore, it is essential for professionals to implement the correct approaches and attitudes towards establishing strong relations with their employees. Check out our Advanced Employee Relations video:
  17. Accounting Policies and Procedures are necessary for any professional, business or organisation in order to manage, record and monitor their respective finances. They refer to the multiple standards and criteria utilised to create and arrange financial statements, as well as the processes utilised in the aforementioned creation and arrangement of a professional accounting course. Accounting policies and procedures are indispensable for making sure that any accounting that takes place is done both correctly and according to an organisation’s financial structure. This also ensures that all accounting observes professional accounting standards and ideologies, such as GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles). This would guarantee that any financial statements created follow a uniform system for accounting that other organisations would also utilise, thus providing a broadly standardised format for accounting. Accounting policies and procedures are also vital for allowing both organisations and professionals to accurately calculate revenue, for the purpose of identifying how much money is being gained or lost by both the organisation and its investors. As a result of this revenue recognition, the organisation is then able to analyse how to suitably manage and measure any money they are making. As well as revenue recognition, accounting policies also enable organisations and professionals to identify any expenses they may have made for different fields, such as research and development. See video about Accounting Policies and Procedures Training : One such example of an accounting policy would be the first in, first out model, more commonly referred to as FIFO. This term is used to describe the way in which items acquired first become the first items to be sold. FIFO is one such accounting policy that one may implement and utilise in order to manage their inventory. Using accounting policies such as FIFO may allow for organisations and professionals to manipulate and better control their income in accordance with the time period in which those items in the inventory were sold, as well as provide a great utility for the management and pricing of inventories. Typically, organisations may utilise one of the two methods of accounting policies that are introduced in our professional accounting course; they will either take a conservative approach, where financial performance and estimates are approximated to be lower than they may actually be, in order to carefully manage any risks taken in investments while considering any potential worst-case scenarios. On the contrary, aggressive accounting policies will involve the approximation of financial performance and estimates being higher than they may end up being. This allows the organisation’s performance to be presented in a more flattering manner to investors and potentially masking any losses that may have occurred. The term ‘accounting procedures’ on its own may also be used to describe the exact methods by which one can create or manage a financial statement. While accounting policies broadly cover the guidelines and criteria necessary for the creation of these statements, accounting procedures can be considered as the steps by which they are created. One prevalent example of an accounting procedure is that of the accounting cycle, which describes how financial statements are created within a specific series of steps. After the identification and analysis of all data pertaining to any transactions that have taken place, the data is then recorded within a chronological journal of transactions and then submitted to a general ledger, in order to clarify all accounting that has taken place so far. Following this, a trial balance, which consists of total costs versus any funds available, is calculated, and is then used alongside transaction data to create the overall financial statement, to be either retained for historical purposes or provided to managers and shareholders alike. In regards to which accounting policies and procedures one should utilise and implement in their respective business, there are a number of learning courses which can be taken in order to gain a better understanding of the topic. The course mentioned above involves the teaching of aspects such as the accounting manual, which is typically used to cover all accounting policies and procedures within a business or organisation. Following participation in such a course, one would not only gain a greater understanding of how professional accounting policies and procedures work as a whole, but would also be able to apply what has been learned from the course to make informed decisions about what method or approach one should employ when considering which accounting policies to use. To summarise, accounting policies and procedures cover all rules, methods and ideas used by an organisation for the preparation and creation of financial statements. They are of the utmost importance to an organisation’s overall stability and success, as they provide an insight into the organisation’s financial projections, as well as the handling of inventories and policies in regards to how they operate, and ultimately provide an idea of how much an organisation may be worth financially, as well as how much appreciation or depreciation is occurring.
  18. Introduction As accounting increasingly becomes decentered from the accounting department in organizations, line managers in all functional areas of business are expected to be able to prepare budgets, develop business cases for capital investment, and exercise cost control to ensure that profit targets are achieved. Managers are also expected to be able to analyze and interpret accounting information so that marketing, operations and human resource decisions are made in the light of an understanding of the financial implications of those decisions. This course will introduce delegates to the systems and structures of financial and management accounting and their value in ensuring the success of the business. Objectives Understand the accounting and the role of management accounting. Determine the recent developments in management accounting. Determine transactions, accounting system and the double entry. Understand Strategic management accounting and Concepts. Definite Reporting for profitability, financial position and cash flow. Managing debtors, stock and creditors. Using Accounting Information for Decision-Making, Planning and Control. The Content: Day One: Introduction to Accounting Accounting, accountability and the account The role of management accounting Recent developments in management accounting A critical perspective Day Two: Recording Financial Transactions and the Limitations of Accounting Business events, transactions and the accounting system The double entry: recording transactions Principles and limitations of accounting Cost terms and concepts Strategic management accounting Day Three: Constructing Financial Statements and the Framework of Accounting Financial accounting Reporting profitability Reporting financial position Accruals accounting and Depreciation Reporting cash flow Working capital Managing debtors, stock and creditors Day Four: Using Accounting Information for Decision-Making, Planning and Control Interpreting financial statements Ratio analysis Interpreting financial information using ratios Social and environmental reporting Creative accounting and ethics Day Five: Decisions Making of Marketing, Operating, Human Resources, Accounting and Strategic Investment Marketing strategy and Cost behavior Cost, volume, profit analysis The operations function Managing operations – manufacturing Managing operations – services The cost of labor Business processes and activity-based costs Cost classification Product and period costs, Direct and indirect costs Calculating product/service costs Investment appraisal Accounting rate of return You can visit the following link to check more details :
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    Course Information : Course Fees: 2950 GBP - Learning Method: Zoom App & Skype Business Introduction As accounting increasingly becomes decentered from the accounting department in organizations, line managers in all functional areas of business are expected to be able to prepare budgets, develop business cases for capital investment, and exercise cost control to ensure that profit targets are achieved. Managers are also expected to be able to analyze and interpret accounting information so that marketing, operations and human resource decisions are made in the light of an understanding of the financial implications of those decisions. This course will introduce delegates to the systems and structures of financial and management accounting and their value in ensuring the success of the business. Objectives Understand the accounting and the role of management accounting. Determine the recent developments in management accounting. Determine transactions, accounting system and the double entry. Understand Strategic management accounting and Concepts. Definite Reporting for profitability, financial position and cash flow. Managing debtors, stock and creditors. Using Accounting Information for Decision-Making, Planning and Control. The Content: Day One: Introduction to Accounting Accounting, accountability and the account The role of management accounting Recent developments in management accounting A critical perspective Day Two: Recording Financial Transactions and the Limitations of Accounting Business events, transactions and the accounting system The double entry: recording transactions Principles and limitations of accounting Cost terms and concepts Strategic management accounting Day Three: Constructing Financial Statements and the Framework of Accounting Financial accounting Reporting profitability Reporting financial position Accruals accounting and Depreciation Reporting cash flow Working capital Managing debtors, stock and creditors Day Four: Using Accounting Information for Decision-Making, Planning and Control Interpreting financial statements Ratio analysis Interpreting financial information using ratios Social and environmental reporting Creative accounting and ethics Day Five: Decisions Making of Marketing, Operating, Human Resources, Accounting and Strategic Investment Marketing strategy and Cost behavior Cost, volume, profit analysis The operations function Managing operations – manufacturing Managing operations – services The cost of labor Business processes and activity-based costs Cost classification Product and period costs, Direct and indirect costs Calculating product/service costs Investment appraisal Accounting rate of return
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