CERTIFICATE OF BOOKKEPING LEVEL I AND QUICK BOOK

INTRODUCTION


FIC is a leading national training institution that was formed to provide various training courses. FIC now delivers National Qualifications. Our range of business-related qualifications are trusted and valued by employer nationwide and recognized by universities and professional bodies.


CERTIFICATE OF COST ACCOUNTING LEVEL II

INTRODUCTION


This qualification is suitable for candidates who are working, or are preparing to work, in an accounting environment at a level that requires a moderate level of cost accounting knowledge and skill, as well as a basic understanding of cost accounting principles and practice. Candidates attempting this qualification should have the knowledge and skills equivalent to the LCCI level 1 Book-keeping qualification in order to understand the relationships between financial accounting and cost accounting, and basic accounting terms. Successful candidates may progress go the LCCI Cost Accounting and/or Management Accounting Level 3 qualifications.


CERTIFICATE OF CAMBODIA TAXATION

INTRODUCTION


Cambodia’s taxation rules vary according to the taxpayer’s regime. FIC has managed to deliver the most practical courses in this area in order to help SMEs cope with the rising demand for full compliance with Cambodian taxation law.


BEGINNING AUDITOR TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

INTRODUCTION


To become a successful auditor, a strong base of knowledge and an understanding of basic audit skills are essential. With this program, new auditors, as well as non-auditors with internal control responsibilities, can learn the ins-and-outs of an audit from beginning to end. Through team exercises, group discussion, and facilitator presentations, attendees will gain a foundation of knowledge that will allow them to prepare properly for and conduct a successful audit, using preliminary surveys and evidence-gathering techniques. A basic understanding of how to identify risks and internal controls in auditing will also be stressed, along with interpersonal and team-building skills.


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR SMES

INTRODUCTION


Access to capital is often cited by our SMEs as a key factor inhibiting their growth. This course aims to give SMEs some tips to facilitate their journey in the search for financing. It is not to be another book on financial management, given the vast resources in the market place on this subject. Using a case-study approach, with references at the ‘ground level’ that SMEs can identify with, we crystallized more than 10 years of our experience in helping SMEs to grow via financial management. Today, Cambodia is home to many dynamic and vibrant small and medium enterprises (SMEs). SMEs account for a sizable jobs in Cambodia.

With the economy on the upturn, many of our SMEs are riding on the wave of economic expansion and growing their business operations. Access to capital will allow them to further exploit strategic opportunities. To enhance their chances of success in raising the necessary capital, SMEs need to strive to upgrade their financial management capabilities and improve their creditworthiness in the eyes of potential lenders and financiers. Sound financial management will not only make an SME more attractive to lenders and investors, it will also free up cash resources within the business and reduce the reliance on external financing.’ This course will serve as a useful guide for SMEs to strengthen their financial capabilities and boost their competitiveness in today’s global business environment.


CERTIFICATE OF FINANCIAL MODELING

INTRODUCTION


The program aims to empower participants with Model building and Valuation skills through extensive coverage of Modeling, Revenue Build-up techniques and Valuation, all applied on a listed company.


CERTIFICATE OF BOOKKEEPING LEVEL II

INTRODUCTION


FIC is a leading national training institution that was formed to provide various training courses. FIC now delivers National Qualifications. Our range of business-related qualifications are trusted and valued by employer nationwide and recognized by universities and professional bodies.


CERTIFICATE OF COST ACCOUNTING LEVEL III

INTRODUCTION


This qualification is suitable for candidates who are working, or are preparing to work, in an accounting environment at a level that requires a high level of cost accounting knowledge and skill, as well as a basic understanding of cost accounting principles and practice. Candidates attempting this qualification should have the knowledge and skills equivalent to the FIC level 1 Book-keeping qualification and Costing Accounting (Level 2) in order to understand the relationships between financial accounting and cost accounting, and professional accounting terms.


MARKETING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

INTRODUCTION


These modules are aimed at helping small-scale entrepreneurs to improve their business productivity through better marketing. Many businesses start yet few businesses survive. Effective marketing is the difference between failure and success. This training is based on the experiences of our Professional. The course aim to help develop the marketing performance of SMEs.


SALE EXECUTIVE SKILLS AND SALES MANAGEMENT

INTRODUCTION


Sales success begins with attitude, it is directly connected to understanding that the sale is not about you; it is not about commission, it is not about moving an item of off the shelves, and it is not about the hefty paycheck. It is not about you-it is about the customer. Understanding what it takes to sell your product or service is the key to business success. Do you know what it takes to be an effective seller, or are you wondering if you and your team make the cut? Learn if you have the right skills and attitude for selling such as motivation, follow through and creative problem solving to feel at east closing business.


ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE

INTRODUCTION


Business English for Accounting and Finance-Learning Accounting and Financial Terms and Vocabulary. We should start by asking what is English for finance? It is the learning of English specifically geared towards accounting, finance, auditing or whatever area of finance you need to learn. The next question could be how is learning English for finance different from learning general English for business English? The main difference relates to vocabulary. Knowing the technical vocabulary related to your specific job or area of study is essential if top performance is to be achieved. Business English classes tend to focus on meetings, negotiations and other business functions. A business English class might focus on your area of expertise irregularly (especially if you are learning in a group). English for finance, however, involves regular study (as in every class) of related financial and accounting themes.