Microsoft Excel is at the heart of almost every professional finance role. Optimise your use of Excel and equip yourself with essential skills required to add value and improve efficiency when building reports.
This activity will enable you to build efficient and effective models for business decision making, focusing on the construction of the Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement.
The aim of this course is to examine the current legal and regulatory requirements applicable to not-for-profit organisations.
This empowering two-day workshop extends and builds on the skills gained from the Professional Negotiation and Influencing Workshop (Module 1) by building the strategic approach to complex negotiation and influencing scenarios.
Please NOTE: All delegates must have attended the Professional Negotiation and Influencing Workshop (Module 1) before registering for this activity.
This half day intensive session will delve into the fundamental changes of IFRS 9, to enable you to effectively implement the new requirements. IFRS 9 applies for years beginning on or after January 1, 2018 and introduces significant changes to classification and measurement, impairment and hedge accounting. Its impact is sure to reach far beyond finance, to areas such as credit risk, systems, data, tax, internal audit and others. The time to act is now.
In this workshop you will consider the key concepts, requirements and opportunities of fringe benefits tax (FBT). By working through examples you will be able to raise issues, share experiences and connect theory with real life examples.
Explore the future at Accounting Conference 2019 and gain insights and skills essential to be an opportunity ready, future focused finance professional.
This is the premier event to gain cutting edge skills to add value to your organisation and enhance your career while networking with likeminded peers.
The workshop provides a practical, hands-on application of accounting processes, systems and theory for those seeking a broader understanding of their role in the finance team.
The course is not computer-based, but is instead designed to give participants an understanding of what happens in accounting behind the computer screen.
The aim of this activity is to provide an overview of the role and duties of a newly appointed company secretary in a proprietary company, public company, government enterprise or a not-for-profit organisation.
The aim of this course is explore a process for determining risk exposure.
The aim of this course is to outline the range of directors and officers duties.
The aim of this course is to demonstrate how governance practice and processes can contribute to enhanced organisation performance.
This activity is presented by ENS International.
This one day workshop introduces fundamental negotiation and influencing concepts, methodologies and techniques. Gain valuable insights to equip you with the practical tools you need to approach negotiations and engagements more confidently.
Come and celebrate with your fellow CA members whilst enjoying drinks and nibbles at the Townsville Brewery Co.
This intensive two-day workshop is designed to build your negotiation and influencing capabilities through a hands on experiential exercise combining theory and rehearsal.
Note: ENS International delivers courses designed to be small and interactive. When a course is in demand with larger numbers, ENSI will place a second facilitator for that particular workshop or schedule an additional workshop.
The aim of this course is to promote understanding of the legislative framework that governs WHS statutory compliance in Australia.