Specialization Mini-MBA in Financial Area of Project Management
One of the main components in project management is its financial component. In the current economic and financial context of African Countries with Portuguese Language, it becomes imperative to train Technicians with financial skills in project management, in any activity sector.
This course has the aim of provide and update skills that allow trainees to coordinate, to plan and control all the financial aspects of a project.
- Analyze the profitability and the financial balance of companies and of projects, in the development of theirs current activity and expansion;
- Develop and ensure the integrated cash flow management, in order to optimize the financial flows and control the credit risks;
- Contribute to analyses/discussion of the procedures of organic growth, through investment decisions and external growth possibilities, through merges and acquisitions;
- Make the analyze of financial founts of long and medium term in the financial markets, looking for obtain the capital structure and minimize the cost;
Module 0 – Opening
ü Presentation of trainers and trainees;
ü Presentation of the objectives and training program operating methodologies.
Module I – Project Budgeting. Variance Analysis
ü Budget procedure:
- The steps of budget procedure;
- Definition of centers of budget responsibilities;
- Budget of sales and sales charges;
- Exploration Budgets;
- Cash Budget;
- Results count and forecast balance.
- Variances and variance analysis;
- Corrective Action.
Module II – Financial Management and Financial Analysis
ü Definition and meaning of Mamagement Balance:
- Content of the management balance;
- The importance of management balance.
- Methods and techniques of financial analysis:
- Origin and found application Statement.
ü Origin and found application:
- Origin and found application Statement;
- Founds variance statement.
- Financial Structure;
- Other Liquid indicators;
- Financial and Solvency Structure (Dynamic Analysis).
Module III – Business and Project Performance Analysis:
üCreation of value to the shareholder:
- Traditional measures of performance evaluation.
- Organizational structure oriented to performance;
- Responsibility centers;
- Transfer Price;
- Performance evaluation by responsibility center;
- Integrated systems of performance evaluation.
- Analysis Perspective;
- Integration of Structure Work Breakdown In BSC;
- BSC as a general tool in management.
- Traditional systems and statement;
- Dysfunctions of the traditional systems.
Module IV – Accountancy and Management Control:
üObjectives and target audience of management accountancy;
üConcepts and costs classification;
üCosts and profits analysis:
- Costs classification;
- Profits classification;
- Costs Analysis;
- Elaboration of management information that allow to master the costs.
üDefrayal Systems and effects in the financial statements;
üInput of indirect and series costs;
üProduction by order of request and processes;
üIntroduction to the analysis of Cost/Volume/Results;
üIntroduction to Activity Based Costing;
üManagement Control and Company information systems:
- The role, the aim and the utility of the management tools;
- General Accountancy/ Analytic Accountancy;
- Statement control/ management control.
- Indicators Board:
Steps for its elaboration.
- Balanced Scorecard:
Module V – Tax:
- Financial activity, financial law, tributary law and tax law;
- The nature and autonomy of tax law;
- Relationship between tax law and other fields of law.
- Notion and taxation characteristics;
- Essential elements of the taxation;
- Taxation and some figures;
- Some classifications of taxation.
- The constitution, the international conventions, public law, laws, regulations, contracts, jurisprudence, doctrine and custom;
- Tax codification.
- Interpretation of tax law;
- Integration of gap of the tax law;
- The clauses anti abuse;
- Application of tax law in time and space;
- The beginning and term of tax law;
- The territoriality principle;
- Model Convention of O.C.D.E. destined to avoid double taxations in income and capital tax.
- Juridical tax relation and obligational relation tax;
- The subjects of juridical tax relation;
- The aim of juridical tax relation;
- The constitution and changes in the relation tax juridical;
- The extinction of relation tax juridical.
Module V – Proof of knowledge
üTo assess and evaluate the knowledge acquired.
Module VI – Closing