Finance and Audit Management Skills for Donor Funded Projects
06 Jul – 17 Jul
28 Sep – 09 Oct

Key Points in Forensic Advanced Auditing
13 Apr – 24 Apr
09 Nov- 20 Nov

Advanced Government Accounting
02 Aug – 14 Aug
09 Nov – 20 Nov

Managing the Audit Function
11 May – 22 May
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Activity Based Budgeting in Government Departments and Agencies
19 Jan – 30 Jan
19 Oct – 30 Oct

Enterprise Risk Management
18 May – 29 May
09 Nov –20 Nov

Finance for Non-Finance Officers
06 Jan – 17 Jan
30 Nov – 11 Dec

Budgeting and Financial Management
11 May – 22 May
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Advanced Public Sector Financial Management
17 Feb – 28 Feb
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Planning and Financing of SME Projects
11 May – 22 May
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Auditing for Internal Auditors
20 Apr – 01 May
21 Sept – 02 Oct

Financial Risk Management
03 Feb – 14 Feb
14 Sep – 25 Sep

Financial Management of Donor Funded Projects
02 Mar – 13 Mar
02 Nov – 13 Nov

Financial Management in Public Sector
18 May – 29 May
09 Nov –20 Nov

Monitoring and evaluation of Public Funds
06 Jul – 17 Jul
28 Sep – 09 Oct

Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects
11 May – 22 May
21 Sep – 02 Oct

Customer Care and Communication Skills for Frontline
06 Jan – 17 Jan
03 Aug – 14 Aug

Managing Public Private Partnership
02 Mar –13 Mar
20 Jul – 31 Jul

Strategic Supply Chain Management
25 May – 05 Jun
21 Sep – 02 Oct

Customer Service Management
24 Feb – 06 Mar
02 Nov – 13 Nov

Management of Public Relations and Customer Care
02 Mar – 13 Mar
21 Sep – 02 Oct

The Balanced Scorecard
27 Jul – 07 Aug
02 Nov – 13 Nov

Advanced Public Relations and Customer Care
20 Apr – 01 May
06 Jul – 17 Jul

Human Resources Management and Development
04 Mar – 15 Mar
04 Nov – 15 Nov

Strategic Human Resources Planning
13 May – 24 May
23 Sep – 04 Oct

Information Communication and Records Management
03 Feb – 14 Feb
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS)
20 Jan – 31 Jan
06 Jul – 17 Jul

Public Sector Governance and Budgetary Reforms
06 Jan – 17 Jan
03 Aug – 14 Aug

Leadership Development and Change Management
20 Apr – 01 May
23 Nov – 04 Dec

Leadership Skills Development
24 Feb – 06 Mar
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Corporate Governance
04 May– 15 May
23 Nov – 04 Dec

Logistics and Material Management
06 Jan – 17 Jan
03 Aug – 14 Aug

Management Planning for Control for Purchasing Officers
04 May – 15 May
23 Nov – 04 Dec

Advanced Goods and Equipment Procurement
03 Feb – 14 Feb
10 Aug – 21 Aug

Materials and Inventory Management
20 Jan – 31 Jan
06 Jul – 17 Jul

Tendering Procedures for World Bank/Africa Dev. Bank
01 Jun – 19 Jun
07 Sep – 25 Sept

Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Management
15 Jun – 03 Jul
14 Sep – 02 Oct

Food Safety
20 Jul – 14 Aug
19 Oct –13 Nov
15 Feb – 12 Mar

Agro Ecology, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Sustainable Agriculture
09 Nov -04 Dec
16 Feb-13 Mar
26 Apr- 21 May

Plant Breeding and Seed Supply
31 Aug-25 Sep
11 Jan -05 Feb
03 May – 28 May

Water Management for Improved Water Use Efficiency in the Dry Areas-Water Harvesting
14 Sep –09 Oct
09 Nov- 04 Nov
22 Feb –19 Mar

Standard Fees

US$3,2002 Weeks

Fees may vary depending on the course and duration.

  • Fees include the following:
  • Facilitation and tuition materials
  • Transport within Swaziland
  • Field studies where necessary
  • Others to be communicated
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Notes

All our fees are quoted in US dollars and based on course duration, tailored specifications. We accept cash, electronic transfers or bank travellers cheques.

Our tuition fees are designed in line with the national and international economic implication. In the southern region, the Rand is a dominant currency and highly influenced by the economy of South Africa. Nonetheless, we apply the forecast indicators from the leading banking institutions to develop fees reflecting ‘win win situation’.