Training Fee Structure for International Delegates:

  • US$ 1500.00   For five (5) days non residential
  • US$ 3000.00   For ten (10) days non residential

*All Course dates are subject to confirmation. 
**Fees can change without notice and do not include accommodation.
Fullboard accommodation can be arranged on request.

Course Aim : The main aim of this course is to equip the participants with professional skills vital for effective performance of budgeting and budgetary control duties. 

Course Content : 

  • The purpose and concept of budgeting.
  • The strategic plan and annual budget.
  • How to construct a budget: Information gathering, setting standards, limiting factors.
  • The role of Senior Management in co-ordinating functional budget
  • Using the budget to manage: Variance reporting, budgets and cash flow forecast, zero-based and cost-plus budgeting.
  • Capital and revenue expenditure.
  • Costing techniques - fixed and variable costs, break-even, marginal and absorption costing.
  • Investment decisions.
  • People and budgets: The key to success: Effective communication.
  • Total Quality Management and effective budgeting.
  • Stress management.
  • Action plans.

Target Group : Managers and officers with budget responsibilities.


Teaching Methods : Highly participative incorporating short lectures, discussions, case studies, practical exercises and video films.

Course Date: 1 - 5 April, 2019, 24 - 28 June, 2019 and 2 - 6 September 2019 *

Course Fee : US$ 1500.00 **


Course Aim : To equip the participants with Grants Management Skills vital for successful implementation of programmes and projects while meeting the Donor requirements.

Course Content : 

  • Overview of Grants Management
  • Basic proposal writing skills
  • Proposal marketing
  • Funding process
  • Ratifying funding agreement
  • Implementing funding instruments
  • Donor expectation and fund management
  • Funding evaluation tools
  • Work plans and implementation
  • Donor reporting narratives and actual 
  • Interpreting donor feedback
  • Final funding reporting
  • Impact assessment and replication
  • Effective donor communication
  • Meeting projects donor audits requirements
  • Partnership process in donor relationships.

Target Group: Grant Managers, Project Managers, Project Officers, Project Coordinators, Social Workers and Community Development Officers. Grant Providers can also attend will benefit immensely from the seminar.

Teaching Methods: Highly participative incorporating short introductory lecturers, discussions, practical exercise case studies and experiential approaches.

Course Date: 13 - 17 March 2019 and 21 - 25 October 2019 *

Course Fee : US$ 1500.00 **

Course Aim : To be added.

Course Content : 
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Target Group : To be added

Course Venue : To be added

Teaching Methods : To be added

Course Date: 6 - 10 May 2019 and 26 - 30 August 2019 *

Course Fee : US$ 1500.00 **

Course Aim : To equip the participants with critical Financial and Management skills vital for increased productivity for the benefit of their organizations.

Course Content : 

  • Overview of financial management
  • Strategic planning in the context of financial management
  • The income statement (Profit and loss account)
  • The Balance Sheet
  • Interpretation of Financial accounts
  • Key measures of profitability, liquidity and financial structures - ratio analysis
  • Measuring and comparing performance over several accounting periods
  • Capital gearing
  • Flow of funds statement
  • Common financial pitfalls
  • Controlling working capital
  • Cash flow forecasting
  • Total Quality Management (TQM) and financial accounting

Target Audience: Middle and lower managers/officers who would like to acquire fundamental knowledge and skills in financial accounting. Other line managers can attend and will benefit immensely from the seminar.

Course Date: 3-7 June, 2019, 11-15 November, 2019 *

Course Fee : US$ 1500.00 *

Venue :
Rosa Mystical Conference Center, Nairobi, Kenya.

Course Aim : At the end of the seminar, the participants will be able to:

  • Know the three key financial statements.
  • Interpret the financial wealth of an organization
  • Master capital budgeting
  • Use financial information to make decision.

Course Content : 

  • Goals and function of financial management
  • The key financial statements - Income statement, Balance sheet, Cash flow
  • Analysis of financial statements - Income statement ratios, Balance sheet ratios
  • Cost-volume-Profit analysis - Break-even analysis
  • Capital projects 
  • Time value of money
  • Valuation and rates of return
  • Cost of capital
  • The capital budgeting decision
  • Risk and capital budgeting
  • Long-term financing
  • Capital markets
  • Long-term debt financing
  • Equity financing
  • Common stock
  • Preferred stock
  • How to use financial information in decision-making
  • Effective communication at work

Target Group : Middle and lower Management who would like to improve their understanding and use of financial information. Others in various departments can attend and will benefit immensely from the seminar.


Teaching Methods : Highly participative incorporating short introductory lecturers, discussions, case studies, syndicate work and experiential approaches.

Course Date: 
8-12 April, 2019 and 16-20 September, 2019 *

Course Fee : US$ 1500.00 **