Apr
15
Wed
2020
PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING & ACCOUNTING SKILLS FOR PLANTATION AND OIL PALM MILL, CHIEF CLERKS, OFFICE SUPPORT STAFF/ EXECUTIVES
Apr 15 @ 9:00 am – Apr 16 @ 5:00 pm

OVERVIEW OBJECTIVES
*This 2-day course is targeted for plantation at accounting staff and those junior estate staff who are involved in checking or posting the day to day basic bookkeeping and accounting records Despite having the basic academic qualifications, most of them would not have fully understand the basics of “double-entry” system especially when they are doing their work in the plantation environment regardless of whether in an automated accounting or semi-automated environment
*The course will not only cover the basic bookkeeping and accounting transactions but also expose staff to a complete a full set of books, special adjustments and perform the necessary reconciliations
*To increase their accounting knowledge, sessions of work exercise are incorporated to enhance participants’ skills in
recording business transactions using Accounting Equations, Petty Cash Book (multiple columnar), and Bank Reconciliation
*There will be a session for drawing up Trial Balance, Trading, Profit Loss Accounts Brief exposure to Financial Statements
*Practical real-life plantation cases where relevant are included as class exercises throughout the course

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BROCHURE – 15-16.4.2020 – PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING & ACCOUNTING SKILLS FOR PLANTATION

 

 

 

Apr
28
Tue
2020
AGRICULTURE (BIOLOGICAL ASSETS) Understand its impacts on plantation management and financial reporting
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

COURSE OUTLINE
Learning Objectives
*Describe the characteristics of biological assets.
*Explain the different measurement bases and circumstances when these measurement bases are appropriate for agriculture biological assets.
*Record the biological assets transactions.
*Treatment of Government Grants.

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BROCHURE – 28 APRIL 2020 – AGRICULTURE (BIOLOGICAL ASSETS)

 

 

 

May
14
Thu
2020
Zero Based Budgeting for Plantation Senior Management & Executives
May 14 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
A practical, one day course that shows how participants can use this technique to identify savings in budgets that can be realised and sustained and will challenge their thinking on the traditional budget process Traditionally budget setting has been the domain of the corporate planning department and with ever-expanding budgets there have been few constraints applied to spend as a whole Inflation plus has been the norm but the recent CSR changed all that and every business entity is now looking for ways to increase costs efficiency and reduce costs without damaging
service This course helps delegates change their thinking about budgeting, making it a real process that supports the
corporate financial objectives of the organisation and causes managers to think in-depth about how their money is spent but more importantly why Delegates will leave this day with a refreshed view of what is possible and know how to deploy the techniques of ZBB comfortably

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BROCHURE – 11.5.2020 – ZERO-BASED BUDGETING FOR PLANTATION SENIOR MANAGEMENT & EXECUTIVES

 

 

 

Jun
23
Tue
2020
Safety and Health in The Plantation OSHA and Relevant Health and Safety Laws
Jun 23 @ 9:00 am – Jun 24 @ 5:00 pm

Safety and Health in The Plantation OSHA and Relevant Health and Safety Laws

SPEAKER
MR. S. THAVARAJ
23-24 JUNE 2020
ISP HEADQUARTERS
Suite 3A01, Level 3A, PJ Tower, Amcorp Trade Centre
No. 18 Persiaran Barat, 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

COURSE OBJECTIVES

•  To enable participants to gain an insight into all the relevant safety and health laws Labour Laws) in Malaysia.
•  To enable participants to raise issues in safety and health not provided for in the existing legislations.
•  Participants to learn the appropriate tools in identifying hazards in the plantation and in the plantation industry.
•  Participants to develop an effective an efficient safety and health program within the means of the management.
•  Participants to justify the need for a full time safety officer of the appropriate category.
•  Participants to make recommendations to the management on putting an effective safety and health program for their workplace.
•  Participants to acquire skills in basic First Aid.
•  Participants to cope with stress at workplace.

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BROCHURE – 23-24.6.2020 – OSHA – FOR PLANTATION MANAGERS ASSISTANT MANAGER AND SAFETY OFFICER

 

 

 

Jul
13
Mon
2020
National Seminar 2020 – Addressing Challenges In Plantation Management @ PULLMAN MIRI WATERFRONT, MIRI, SARAWAK
Jul 13 @ 8:00 am – Jul 15 @ 5:00 pm

National Seminar 2020 – Addressing Challenges In Plantation Management

146Days 21Hours 41Minutes 25Seconds

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