Integrated program course in financial and administrative affairs

Integrated program course in financial and administrative affairs



Integrated program course in financial and administrative affairs 


    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.


This program aims to familiarize participants with basic skills in the fields of financial and administrative affairs and in the field of modern management, especially in light of the emergence of large organizations as a feature of the times, in pursuit of progress and growth.

Detailed objectives:-

  • Participants’ familiarity with basic skills in the fields of financial and administrative affairs.
  • Providing participants with the necessary skills to carry out the responsibilities of financial and administrative functions at the executive level.
  • Proficiency in distinguishing between public, private, specialized and executive secretaries.
  • The skill of successfully handling incoming and outgoing phone calls.
  • The skill of successfully organizing meetings and committees.
  • Writing correspondence and reports in a correct scientific manner.
  • Organizing office papers in a way that allows them to be retrieved as quickly as possible.

Course content:

  • The concept of government activity.
  • Characteristics of government units.
  • Characteristics of the government accounting system.
  • Differences between private and government financial accounting.
  • Elements of the government accounting system (documentary group - book group - periodic statements and balances - accounts structure).
  • Holding onto the covenant (of the predecessors) of all kinds.
  • The concept of the government budget and its importance in planning and control.
  • The foundations of budget classification in government units.
  • Methods of estimating the budget in government units.
  • Problems of preparing government budget estimates.
  • Determinants of developing the government budget.
  • Practical cases of preparing the government budget in light of the current situation.
  • The concept of final accounts in government units.
  • Objectives of preparing the final account.
  • Correcting accounting errors.
  • Closing the final account.
  • The concept of internal control.
  • The concept of financial control and its dimensions.
  • The differences between financial and administrative control.
  • Elements of the financial and administrative system.
  • The basic components of the internal control system.
  • Internal control means.
  • Evaluating and examining the internal control structure.
  • Internal control procedures for basic items in government units.
  • The integrated approach to developing the government accounting system.
  • Office management
  • Requirements for office management personnel
  • Handling phone calls and receiving visitors
  • Preparation skills for meetings and specialized committees
  • Administrative communications and the art of speaking and listening.
  • Administrative writing (correspondence and reports)

Who should attend?

Workers in the preliminary and middle executive administrative levels in the financial department and similar departments, and new employees or (candidates) to occupy new positions in financial and administrative affairs at the executive level.