Short Business Courses at INtel College

NAME OF COURSE

DESCRIPTION

DURATION (Hrs)

COST (Ksh)

BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING COURSES

Introduction to Management Accounting

Management Accounting is an essential tool that enhances a manager's ability to make effective economic decisions. The course objective is to give students a good understanding about the concepts and techniques of management accounting. These issues will be explained against the background of a fast changing global market.

20

15,000

Book-keeping
Level 1

This course is intended for anyone with an interest or need to learn about keeping accounting records for further analysis and decision making. This course will cover the basics of accounting and record keeping

20

15,000

Book-keeping
Level 2

This course is intended for anyone with an interest or need to learn about keeping accounting records for further analysis and decision making. This course will cover the basics of accounting and record keeping

20

15,000

Book-keeping - Level 3

This course is intended for students with an interest, aspiring to learn about keeping accounting records for further analysis and decision making. This course will cover the basics of accounting and record keeping

20

15,000

Personal Finance Level 1

Personal Finance is a course designed to help students understand the impact of individual choices on occupational goals and future earnings potential. Topics covered will include income, money management, spending and credit, as well as saving and investing. Students will design personal and household budgets, simulate use of checking and savings accounts, demonstrate knowledge of finance, debt, and credit management, and evaluate and understand insurance and taxes. This course will provide a foundational understanding for making informed personal financial decisions.

20

15,000

Managing Finance in Business

This is an introductory course in financial, with an emphasis on the major decisions made by the financial executive of an organization. ... A major objective is the development of analytical and decision-making skills in finance through the use of theory questions and practical problems.

30

20,000

Business Finance & Economics

This course focuses on the firm’s financial and economic behavior. The firm needs cash to undertake worthy investments, and the firm needs to identify investments worth undertaking. What models does the firm use to identify such investments? What sources of cash can the firm use? How the financial markets in which this money is do raised function? How does the market value the firm, its securities, and its investments? What financial instruments are available to the firm? What are the microeconomic models that best describe a firm’s behavior in such markets?

30

20,000

Stock Market
Level 1

This course is intended to equip students with equity research, stock market and mutual fund related knowledge in its simplest form. In addition, the course aims at introducing the candidate to the world of stock market with sufficient information that will allow him/her execute wise equity investment decisions. This module also provides the basic framework to candidates with aspirations of building a career in the field of capital market investments.

30

20,000

Business Analysis

The course is suitable for anyone with an interest in understanding the systems theory and their application in a modern dynamic business environment. It entails business analysis and a practical approach to design as well as analyzing and modeling business solutions. The course can lead to a career as a system consultant, project designer, business systems analyst or even systems programming specialist. Other related courses include object oriented system analysis and design, object orientation, project design and implementation as well as business systems modeling.

20

15,000

Certificate in Accounting and Financial Management

The course provides a broad introduction to all aspects of the accounting function. The language of accounting and financial management is exacting. Our aim is to increase your familiarity with key components of this language and allow you to more effectively communicate with all organisational stakeholders. Given the users of accounting information may be typically classified as either external users (such as investors) or internal users (such as operational managers). Different users have different information needs. This course deals with the needs of these two main user groups and how the senior management of organisations can more effectively use accounting data to connect with them. The subject will explore accounting techniques and terminology, to equip students with sufficient conceptual and practical skills to make them, and any professional who may advise them, confident in their ability to understand and communicate complex financial strategies.

30

20,000