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Accounts Payable and Receivables: A Risk Management Perspective

NQF Level 5, 12 Credits

In accounts payable and receivable, a simple mistake can be costly and cause a trial of corrections and add to your workload. Control of the management of the accounts receivable function of a business, is recognized as a key element for business success. It improves cash flow, establishes sound relations with debtors, and minimizes the risk of irrecoverable sales. Professional credit managers must be able to manage the full spectrum of assessment, administration and collections in any environment. They must also possess an in-depth knowledge of all laws which impact on credit services directly and to the transitions taking place in society and the changing needs and demands of the market.

  • Understanding Credit management
  • Understand key areas of performance improvement in Accounts Payable
  • Incorporating Technology in Accounts Payable departments
  • Integrating Purchasing and Accounts Payable to create an Efficient Procurement Process
  • Implementing Fraud and Theft prevention methods
  • Using Accounts Payables as a cost-cutting tool
  • Accounts Receivable and Debt recovery
  • Reviewing Credit Policies
  • District Managers
  • Town Clerks
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Mayors and Municipal Managers
  • Policy Facilitators
  • Integrated Development Planners
  • Strategic Planners and Manager
  • Senior Development Managers
  • Financial Managers   Development and Communication Managers
  • Financial and Financial Risk Managers
  • Regional Directors and Councillors
  • Revenue Managers
  • Directors and Board Members responsible for Resources

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    This course is rated at an NQF level 5. 12 Credits towards a Higher Certificate in Management. A Competency certificate can be earned, subject to successful completion of the POE/ Assessment in the specified period stipulated at the event. If a participant chooses not to complete the assessment, he/she will receive a certificate of attendance only

    This workshop is aligned to the following unit standard(s)

    • SAQA US 120360, Demonstrate Understanding of Financial and Accounting Principles for Public Entities

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    Feb 22 - 24 2021


    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

    Local Time

    • Timezone: America/New_York
    • Date: Feb 22 - 24 2021
    • Time: 1:30 am - 9:30 am
    Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo


    Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo
    73 Gladiator Street, Kempton Park Gauteng


    • Johan Christian Benade
      Johan Christian Benade
      BA, BA Hons, Masters in Administration, Diploma in Financial Planning

      Johan was with Spoornet for over 17 years, where he occupied various management positions up to the level of Executive Management. He built on his experience at Spoornet and is currently in the skills development area, where he lecturers at several educational and training institutions. His focus areas are: Transport and Fleet, Taxation, Financial Planning, Economics, Financial Management, Accounting (Both in the Public Service and
      Private Sector), Cost Management, Business Ethics, Corporate Strategy and Strategic Management. As a Lecturer, he has presented a number of training programs at Regional and Local Government. Which include Public Financial Management and Budgeting, Finance and Reporting, Asset Management, Policy Development and Analysis, Advanced SCM and Procurement in the Public Sector, Performance and Risk based Auditing amongst

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