Internal controls are essential for an organisation to ensure operational effectiveness and efficiency. The idea of internal controls covers reliable financial reporting, compliance with laws, regulations and policies and mitigating the risk of fraud and errors.
GAC has developed internal controls to address the most common risks in our operating companies. This course covers these internal controls and provides guidance to GAC finance managers and senior finance staff on their implementation.
Self-auditing allows GAC companies to take a proactive approach to their own financial control. The GIC course covers internal self-auditing based on standardised internal control guidelines and is designed with Finance Managers and other accounting staff in mind.
The GIC course covers the following key areas:
- Introduction to GAC Internal Controls
- General, Cash, and Bank Management Internal Controls
- Internal Controls for Receivables
- Internal Controls for Fixed Asset, Accounts Payable, Job Management, etc.
- Case Studies and Action Planning
GIC is a four-week facilitated course, delivered via GAClearn.
The GAC Group Management expects that all GAC employees are provided with sufficient time to complete the core requirements of each course within working hours.
Who Should Apply?
All GAC finance personnel involved in Internal Controls.
“The course was extremely beneficial and right on point for finance staff looking to add value. We went into a lot of details and interacted with each other on common internal control issues and proposed solutions. The biggest take away from the program was a clear understanding of the risks we face in the normal course of business and the control measures we can take to mitigate those risks. I really enjoyed the course and feel like I learned a lot.”
Shafiq Ur Rehman
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