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Meirc 2014 directory

  1. 1. Revised on 2nd December 2013
  2. 2. For Enquiries and Nominations, Please Contact: Client Service Executive Meirc Training & Consulting P. O. Box 5883, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tel: (971 4) 405 9090 Fax: (971 4) 405 9099 Email: meirc@meirc.com www.meirc.com
  3. 3. 3Training & Consulting ContentsPage no. 4 A Word about Meirc 5 Meirc’s Mission 6 Training Services 6 Public Training Programs 7 In-Company Training Programs 7 Individualized Training Programs 8 Training Methodology 8 Action Plans and Training Follow-Up 8 Consultant’s Feedback 9 Meirc’s Professional Certificate (MPC) 10 Associations 10 National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Accreditation 10 American Society for Quality (ASQ) Accreditation 10 Project Management Institute (PMI®) Certification 10 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHAcademyTM ) 11 EFQM 11 Health and Safety Institute® (HSI) 11 Chartered Management Institute (CMI) 11 HR Certification Institute (HRCI) 11 WILEY 12 Consulting Services 14 Research and Publication Services 16-26 Partial List of Clients 27-31 Index of Public Training Programs 32-33 The Meirc Conference 35-68 Accounting and Finance 69-77 Administration and Secretarial 77-85 Communication and Writing Skills 87-94 Contracts Management 95-100 Customer Service 101-122 Human Resources Management 123-133 Interpersonal Skills and Self Development 135-151 Leadership and Management 153-157 Maintenance Planning and Management 159-175 Marketing and Sales 177-192 Planning and Strategy Management 193-202 Project Management 203-209 Public Relations 211-224 Quality and Productivity 225-227 Safety Management 229-239 Supply Chain and Logistics Management 241-248 Training and Development 249 Discount and Cancellation Policy
  4. 4. 4 Training & Consulting AWord about Meirc Meirc Training & Consulting is an independent multinational firm with more than 56 years of experience in the fields of Management and Human Resources. Since 1958, we have been successfully providing our clients with business and professional solutions, as well as expertise in the organization, management and development of Human Resources. Meirc offers an impressive range of training, consulting and research services. Our experienced multilingual consultants provide these services to a large number of organizations, both private and public. We pride ourselves on our track record and long-standing relationships with our clients, many of whom have been with us since we started business. Our training programs have attracted more than 273,000 participants from around 2,300 organizations, and our client base is steadily growing. Meirc has also established itself as a consulting leader in a variety of fields. Our experienced professionals have successfully completed consulting assignments and research studies for most of the major organizations in the region.Meirc’s Vision “To be the leading management training and consulting firm that sets the highest standards of quality and service in the region, aiming at cultivating professional competence and providing effective business and human capital solutions.”
  5. 5. 5Training & Consulting Meirc’s Mission Building on 56 years of experience, our mission is to: • Commit to the highest professional standards of quality, operational excellence and integrity. • Rely on full-time, multilingual consultants who have international work experience coupled with in-depth cross-cultural and industry- specific knowledge of the region. • Provide innovative and practical solutions to our valued clients, based on best practices and current research. • Foster partnerships with our clients through market-driven solutions and superior service. • Depend on loyal and hard working personnel who are competent, highly motivated and committed to their own development. • Utilize the latest and most effective technology in our pursuit of innovation and continuous improvement. • Maintain a healthy return on our shareholders’investment in pursuit of growth, community service and added value to our clients. Meirc’s Offices Since the founding of the firm in 1958, we have served our many national and international clients in the Arab World, Europe, Africa, North America and the Far East through our head office in Dubai, as well as our offices or representatives in Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, the USA and Canada.
  6. 6. 6 Training & Consulting Training Services Meirc’s training programs have been developed and are continually updated, based not only on the latest international management principles and practices, but also on field research, first-hand experience, in-depth knowledge of the region and the specific requirements of organizations. 1. Public Training Programs Public training programs are open to participants from any organization. These participants have the opportunity to concentrate on their learning away from the job and without the pressures of day-to-day work. Participants also benefit from sharing experiences with people from other organizations and gain a new perspective on common problems. The index of training programs to be offered in 2014 is given in this directory (see pages 27-31). Other training programs added during the year will be described in future periodic brochures and/or on our website www.meirc.com. Terms and Conditions for Public Programs a. Frequent Nomination Plan In recognition of those clients who frequently nominate participants on public programs offered by Meirc, a special frequent nomination discount of 10% on paid fees will be given if 10 or more candidates are nominated per year. This special discount will apply to the 10th paid nomination onwards on programs offered during the period January 1 to December 31, 2014. Moreover, clients who nominated 10 or more participants in 2013 will be eligible for the 10% discount for every nomination in 2014. b. Several Nominations on the Same Program In addition to the above plan, one extra free place is offered to any organization that makes 2 paid nominations for the same program and dates. c. Cancellation Terms If a confirmed registration is cancelled less than 5 calendar days prior to the program start date, a substitute participant may be nominated to attend the same program, or a 20% cancellation charge is applied. The same 20% cancellation fee will be charged in case the participant is a no-show.
  7. 7. 7Training & Consulting 2. In-Company Training Programs Most of the training programs described in this directory can be offered“in-company”in English or Arabic and are then designed to effectively and economically meet the specific needs of the client. Meirc can also design and offer“in-company”programs on subjects that are not listed in this directory. In addition, programs can be designed based on any combination of topics listed in this directory. In-company programs benefit the client because they: • address issues specifically related to the organization. • include specially designed cases and exercises, which apply to the client’s situation. • enable the organization to select the proper mix of participants to ensure maximum benefit. • build team spirit among the program participants. • are cost effective. Program Material and Customization Meirc will design and prepare all the material required for“in-company”programs, including training binders with the client’s name and logo and participation certificates for those with full attendance. Meirc will also customize the presentation if the client can provide to the assigned consultant relevant information (priorities, problems faced at work, etc.) within a reasonable period prior to the start of the training program. 3. Individualized Training Programs Individualized Training Programs (ITPs) are concentrated, practical, one-to-one coaching sessions, with individuals receiving the full-time attention of specialized and experienced consultants. Meirc has conducted many such in-depth training programs, which were specifically designed for individual participants. The subjects covered were based on the specific needs of each participant. The programs usually comprise briefings by Meirc Senior Consultants, reviews of manuals, reports and other data, as well as supervised exercises and structured discussions. ITPs may last from one day to three months, depending on individual and organizational needs, and may be conducted in English and/or Arabic.
  8. 8. 8 Training & Consulting 4. Training Methodology Meirc relies on a variety of training and facilitation methods and techniques. Used whenever applicable, these methods are aimed at enhancing individual and group interaction while maximizing learning. Some of these methods are: • Brief presentations by the consultant. • Group debriefs. • Individual and team exercises, indoors and outdoors. • Behavior modeling and role-plays. • One-to-one and group discussions. • Case studies, simulations and small projects. • Video films, videotaping and playback. • Self-analysis questionnaires and learning instruments. • Assessment tests at the beginning and end of training programs. • Individual action plans (to follow up and evaluate training results). Most training programs are facilitated by bilingual (English and Arabic) consultants. Public programs are held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (lunch included). However, in-company programs can be more intensive with extended hours. 5. Action Plans and Training Follow-Up To ensure the concepts and skills introduced in our programs are duly transferred to the workplace, Meirc is ready to incorporate an“Action Plan”section at the end of any training program. This section will constitute an integral part of the training and will be completed by the participants before the closing of the program. If requested by the client, Meirc also stands ready to design a follow-up training session and/or consult with the client to try to expedite the transfer of learning to the workplace and to deal with any post-training issues which may impact the business. 6. Consultant’s Feedback At the formal request of the client, Meirc will be glad to give a brief evaluation of the participants (attendance, participation, etc.) and to provide the client’s Management with a summary evaluation of the training.
  9. 9. 9Training & Consulting 7. Meirc’s Professional Certificate (MPC) The purpose of this service is to recognize professionals with the commitment and dedication to plan their personal training and development in such a way so as to achieve certification. The MPC will be awarded to those who, in their respective fields: 1. Have attended any of the“Certified”programs listed in this directory, and 2. Have successfully passed the assessment administered at the end of the program, and 3. Have successfully completed the project assigned to them by the Program Leader within the time frame agreed. The MPC will attest that participants have met the professional standards that Meirc has developed and nurtured over the last 56 years. Participants will receive, in addition to the Attendance Certificate, a special MPC Certificate that will attest their credentials as Certified Professionals. Special Features of the MPC: • Tests will be administered at the completion of each Certified Program (Pass rate is 70%). Participants will be notified whether they have passed or not. Actual test scores will not be disclosed. • Projects will be assigned by the Program Leader who will agree to the subject participants choose and set the standards, including time frames.
  10. 10. 10 Training & Consulting Associations International Affiliations In line with our commitment to excellence, Meirc offers a number of training programs preparing professionals for certification exams given by International Associations in areas like management, finance and accounting, human resources and compensation management, sales and marketing, quality, administration as well as project management. National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Accreditation Meirc is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417, U.S.A.. American Society for Quality (ASQ) Accreditation Meirc is an approved training provider in the region for the American Society for Quality (ASQ). ASQ is the world’s leading authority on quality. With more than 100,000 members, this professional association advances learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results and to create better workplaces and communities worldwide. Meirc supports ASQ to achieve its mission in this region. This alliance is a testament of Meirc’s high level of professionalism achieved during the last 53 years. ASQ courses will cover topics on six sigma green and black belts, lean principles and preparation for the certified Manager of Quality/ Organization Excellence. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHAcademyTM) Meirc’s health and safety programs are accredited by OSHAcademy™. These programs conform to U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA standards and ANSI.1-2009 criteria for accepted practices in safety, health and environment training. OSHAcademy™ is also endorsed by the National Safety Management Society. The relationship between OSHAcademy and Meirc is a proof of Meirc’s commitment to foster a healthy and safe environment in general and in the workplace specifically. Project Management Institute (PMI®) Certification Meirc is assigned as a Registered Educational Provider (R.E.P.) with the Project Management Institute (PMI®). As a result, Meirc is authorized to issue Category Three Professional Development Units (PDU) that can be used for the authorization to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam and for maintaining the PMP credentials. Project Management Institute (PMI) Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.)
  11. 11. 11Training & Consulting Health and Safety Institute® (HSI) Meirc is partnering with HSI, the largest privately held emergency care and response training organization in the world, to deliver vibrant programs to meet the ongoing training needs of various types of businesses, industries and the general public. Industries and organizations with various backgrounds such as oil, electronics, power, government, hotel and hospitality all rely on HSI training programs and products to enhance the learning process through instructional design and format. Products include award-winning videos featuring realistic scenarios filmed in occupational settings and student packages, including Successful Completion Cards and Certificates. Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Meirc is also a Recognized Training Center by CMI which is the only chartered body in the UK that awards management and leadership qualifications, and the only body that awards the status of Chartered Manager, the hallmark of any professional manager. By fully attending Meirc’s Certified Professional Manager program and successfully completing Meirc’s test and project, participants will receive an additional certificate from CMI. HR Certification Institute (HRCI) Meirc is an approved provider with the HR Certification Institute. Established in 1976, HRCI is an internationally certifying organization for the human resource profession and a global leader in developing rigorous exams to demonstrate mastery and real- world application of forward-thinking HR practices, policies and principles. Today, more than 120,000 professionals worldwide proudly maintain the HR Certification Institute’s credentials as a mark of high professional distinction. By successfully completing any Meirc program which is approved by HRCI, participants will earn credit hours which are essential for maintaining this professional distinction as PHR®, SPHR® or GPHR®. EFQM Meirc Training & Consulting is an International Licensed Trainer (LT) with EFQM certified to deliver EFQM’s training programs. As a recognized LT, Meirc has a thorough understanding of the EFQM Excellence Model backed by a second-to-none track record in the training and consulting industry in the region. EFQM is a not-for-profit entity committed to help organizations drive improvement through the EFQM Excellence Model, a comprehensive management framework used by over 30,000 organizations in Europe and worldwide. The EFQM Model also serves as basis for most private and public sector excellence and quality awards in the region. Meirc is licensed to offer all 3 available EFQM programs which are: Leaders for Excellence(L4E), Journey to Excellence(J2E) and the Internal Assessor Training(IAT). The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre- approved for recertification credit. WILEY Meirc is proud to be recognized as a Wiley Endorsed Training Partner. This means that Meirc is authorized to provide The Leadership Challenge®, one of the most internationally recognized training programs on leadership. By attending this program, participants will benefit from the exceptional resources made available by both Meirc and Wiley and upon successfully completing the program, they will be awarded the internationally recognized certificate of The Leadership Challenge® in addition to the certificate they receive from Meirc Training & Consulting.
  12. 12. 12 Training & Consulting Consulting Services Meirc works with clients to help identify issues and solve problems using a systematic and creative approach. Meirc’s involvement varies with the nature of the situation and the request of the client. In particular, the assignment may range from ad hoc advice on a particular problem or issue, to the design of comprehensive systems for the client as well as the evaluation and revision of existing systems. After meeting with the client and agreeing on the scope of the project, a team of specialized consultants starts working with the client’s staff. Together they collect facts and data, which they then analyze using the latest techniques to identify practical solutions. After agreeing on the solutions, they train the client’s staff, assist in the implementation and help the client achieve long lasting benefits. The range of consulting services is wide and includes: Human Resources Management • Job Analysis, Descriptions and Evaluations • Personnel Policies and Procedures • Organization and Workforce Planning • Compensation and Benefits • Compensation/Salary Surveys • Competency Frameworks, Models and Dictionaries • Psychometric Testing (Ability and Personality) Performance Management • Performance Management Systems • Competency-Based Performance Systems • Performance-Based Reward Systems Training and Workforce Development • Training Needs Analysis • Evaluating Training Effectiveness • Competency Gap Analysis • Audit of the Training and Development Function • Career Development and Succession Planning
  13. 13. 13Training & Consulting Strategic Management • Strategic Planning • Development, Review and Audit of Key Performance Indicators • Management of Change • Performance Measurement and the Balanced Scorecard • Feasibility Studies Organization Management • Organization Reviews • Structure Development • Process Mapping • Simplification of Work Processes and Procedures Workforce Efficiency • Assessment of Employee Potential • Productivity, Work Standards and Workforce Levels • Employee Communication Strategies • Employee Satisfaction Surveys Improvement Strategies • Total Quality Management • Audit of Materials Management • Audit of Maintenance Planning • Audit of Project Management Sales and Marketing • Sales Management Systems • Customer Service Programs • Marketing Strategies • Service Quality Management • Mystery Shopper Studies Corporate Finance and Investment • Financial Policies and Procedures • Internal Control Systems • Budget Systems and Manuals • Business and Financial Forecasting • Pre-IPO Due Diligence • Financial Restructuring and Sensitivity Analysis • Design of Investment Policies Psychometric and Occupational Testing and Profiling • Recruitment and Selection (or Talent Acquisition) • Training Needs Analysis • Leadership Development • Succession Planning • Promotions • Coaching and Mentoring • Team Building • Communication
  14. 14. 14 Training & Consulting Research and Publication Services The research carried out by Meirc focuses on studies related to management in the Arab World. Much of our research is conducted with practicing managers and executives whose involvement helps in shaping and supporting particular studies. The most recent research study was on the perennial topic of leadership and resulted in a book titled Developing Multicultural Leaders (2010) authored by Dr. Farid A. Muna and Dr. Ziad A. Zennie. The book was published by the reputable Palgrave Macmillan in the UK. A team of eight Meirc consultants assisted the authors in data collection for this field-based research. Our research synthesizes international management literature by significant thinkers, scholars and practitioners world-wide. The authors tackle five related questions: • What influence do early childhood years have on leadership development and success? • What are the specific life experiences that contribute to leadership success? • How do leaders with potential become outstanding? • What critical paths must leaders follow on their journey to success? • What must great leaders do exceptionally well to become and remain outstanding? This research is unique because it represents the first fully fledged empirical study of its kind based on interviewing 310 successful leaders from 129 organizations in 12 countries in the Middle East. The practical implications of the study are substantial: CEOs, senior executives, and Human Resources professionals will find important recommendations on how best to recruit, select, assess, develop, and motivate future managers and leaders.
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  16. 16. 16 Training & Consulting Partial List of Clients Regional and International Companies • ABB Industries • Arab Bank • BP Middle East Ltd. (BPME) • Dolphin Energy • El Maghrabi Group of Companies • Ericsson • Hikma Pharmaceutical • INDEVCO Group • International Turnkey Systems • Mobile Telecommunications • Nutricia Middle East & Africa • Pepsi-Cola International • Philips Electronics M.E. & Africa • Roche Diagnostics • Schneider Electric • Shell Markets (M.E.) • Siemens • Total Elf Fina • Unicef • Unilever • United Nations • VIVA • Weatherford International Afghanistan • Afghan Wireless Communication Co. • Aga Khan Foundation - Afghanistan • Incentive Driving Economic Alternative-North, East and West • International Committee of the Red Cross • Mine Action Coordination Center For Afghanistan • Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation & Livestock • Ministry of Public Health of Afghanistan • Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) • MTN GSM Afghanistan • Roshan Telecommunications • The First Micro Finance Bank • United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan • United Nations Office for Project Services Angola • Angola LNG SOMG • AOC Telecommunication Products and Services Ltd. • OPCO - Sociedade Operacional Angola LNG • Sonangol Pesquisa & Producao Bahrain • Abudawood Alsaffar Co. • Arab Banking Corporation • Arab Bank Plc • Arab Insurance Group (B.S.C.) • Ashrafs W.l.l • Bahrain Bourse • Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution • Bahrain Economic Development Board • Bahrain Development Bank • Bahrain Islamic Bank • Bahrain Monetary Agency • Bahrain National Gas Co. (BANAGAS) • Bahrain Petroleum Co. (BAPCO) • Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) • Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait • BNP Paribas • BMMI • Bukamal • Central Bank of Bahrain • General Organisation of Sea Ports • Central Informatic and Telecommunications Organisation • Civil Services Bureau • Durrat Al Bahrain Marina • Durrat Khaleej Al-Bahrain • Gulf Aluminum Rolling Mill Co. • Gulf International Bank • Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co. (GPIC) • Institute of Public Administration (BIPA) • International Agencies Co Ltd (Intercol) • International Hospital Of Bahrain • Jawad Business Group • Mohammed Jalal & Sons W.L.L.
  17. 17. 17Training & Consulting • Olayan Kimberly-Clark (Bahrain) • Sabre Travel Network Middle East W.L.L • Social Insurance Organization (Pension) • Tamkeen ( Labour Fund) • The Bahrain National Oil Co. (BANOCO) • The Ritz-Carlton Hotel & Spa • Viva • Yousuf Khalil Almoayyed & Sons Egypt • Al Ahram Beverages Company • Al-Ezz Dekheila Steel Company • Arab African International Bank • Arab Petroleum Pipeline Company (SUMED) • British American Tobacco • BP Egypt Co. • Citadel Capital • Egyptian Liquefied Natural Gas (ELNG) • Interstate Paper Industries • Juhayna Food Industries • National Bank of Egypt • Pico International Petroleum Services • SC Johnson Egypt • Shell Egypt N.V. • Suez Canal Container Terminal • The Egyptian Operating Company for Natural Gas Liquefaction Projects • United Gas Derivatives Company Ethiopia • Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung Ghana • Catamount Finance Money Lending Ltd • Ghana Free Zones • Ghana Revenue Authority • National Lottery Authority • Venture Capital Trust Fund • Zenith Bank Ghana Limited India • NTPC Limited • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. • Cairn Energy India Ptv. Ltd. Indonesia • BPMIGAS • Directorate General of Taxes • Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia • Pertamina • Pertamina Geothermal Energy • PT.Telekomunikasi Indonesia • VICO Indonesia Iraq • Erbil Manpower Company Ltd. • Gulf Keystone Petroleum International Ltd • Kalegran (MOL) • OilServ Oilfield Services Co. Ltd • Lafarge Cement Company • Repsol Oriente Medio S.A. - Kurdistan Branch Jordan • Abu Khader Group • Airport International Group • Alzawrae Industrial Company • Aqaba Container Terminal • Arab Potash Company • Dar Al-Handasah (Shair and Partners) • Jordan Oil Shale Company • Target Chemicals Est.
  18. 18. 18 Training & Consulting Kuwait • Al Tanmya International Investment Company • Al Yasra Fashion General Trading • Abyat • Ali Alghanim & Sons Automotive W.L.L • Advanced Technology Company K.S.C. • Australian College of Kuwait • Automak Automotive Co. K.S.C.C. • Bank of Kuwait and the Middle East (BKME) • Boubyan Bank • Boushahri Group • Commercial Bank of Kuwait • Commercial Facilities Company • Dasman Diabetes Institute • Equate Marketing Company • EQUATE Petrochemical Company K.S.C.C • Global Clearinghouse Systems Co. • Gulf Investment Corporation • Honeywell Kuwait Company • Industrial and Financial Investments • Institute of Banking Services • Kout Food Group • Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport Co. • Kuwait Aviation Fuelling Company (KAFCO) • Kuwait Energy Company • Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Co. • Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development • Kuwait Gulf Oil Company • Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research • Kuwait International Bank • Kuwait Investment Authority • Kuwait National Petroleum Company • Kuwait Oil Company • Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) • Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) • Kuwait Petroleum International Limited • Mabanee S.A.K • MARKAZ - Kuwait Financial Centre • Mashaer Holding Company • Mezzan Holding Co. KSCC • Nafaies Holding Co. • National Bank of Kuwait • National Web Solutions Company • NBK Capital • North Africa Holding Company • Oil Sector Services Company • Petroleum Industries Company • Public Authority for Industry • Saudi Arabian Chevron • Soor Fuel Marketing Company • The Shared Electronics Banking Services • Universal Watch Co. • YIACO Medical • Zain Mobile Telecommunication Co. Lebanon • ABV Zawaya • Algorithm Sal • Banque Audi • Banque de la Mediterranée • Banque du Liban et D’Outre Mer • Brasserie Almaza • Credit Libanais • Debbas Holding • Fransabank • Glassline Industries • Human Valoris • Karl Storz • Khalil Fattal & Fils • MTC Touch • Sanofi Aventis • Société Générale de Banques au Liban • Société Moderne Libanaise pour le Commerce Libya • Al Fanniah Oil Services Co. (ALFOSCO) • Amerada Hess Libya Exploration Ltd. • Al Jeel Al Jadeed For Technology • Al Madar Telephone Co. • Almadar Aljadid • Alwadi Communications • ConocoPhillips Libya Waha Ltd. Partial List of Clients
  19. 19. 19Training & Consulting • Harouge Oil Operations • HB Group • Libya Africa Investment Portfolio • Libya Telecom and Technology • Libyan Post Telecommunication and Information Technology • Libyana Mobile Phone • Mabruk Oil Operations Co. • National Petroleum Service International • Petrobras International Braspetro B.V Libya • Taknia Libya Engineering Company • The Libyan International Telecom Company • Teikoku Oil Libya • Wintershall Libya Malaysia • Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia • Ministry of Health Malaysia • Talisman Malaysia Limited Nigeria • Abuja Markets Management Limited • Addax Petroleum Development Nig Ltd • Afren Energy Services Ltd • American International Insurance Plc • Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria • Calabar Free Trade Zone • Central Bank of Nigeria • Chevron Nigeria Limited • Copen Services Limited • Eagleflair Consulting Limited • Eunisell Limited • Federal Inland Revenue Service • Federal Judicial Service Commission • First Bank Of Nigeria • Intels Nigeria Ltd. • Kaztec Engineering Limited • Julius Berger Nigeria PLC • Lagos State House Assembly • Ministry of Petroleum Resources • MTN Nigeria Communications Ltd • National Assembly of Nigeria • National Open University of Nigeria • National Pension Commission • National Universities Commission • Nigeria Customs Service • Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative • Nigerian Air Force • Nigerian Export-Import Bank • Nigeria LNG • Nigeria Sao Tome & Principe Joint Authority • Nigerian Communications Commission • Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation • Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency • Project Management Unit • Sahara Group • Securities & Exchange Commission • Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Ltd. • South Atlantic Petroleum Ltd Pakistan • Eni Pakistan ltd • Fauji Fertilizer Co. • MOL Pakistan Oil & Gas Co B.V. • PKP Exploration Ltd. • The United States Agency for International Development Qatar • Al Jazeera Childrens Channel • Aspetar • ASPIRE Academy for Sports Excellence • Aspire Zone Foundation • Barwa Real Estate Company • Carnegie Mellon Qatar Campus • College of the North Atlantic Qatar • Gulf Drilling
  20. 20. 20 Training & Consulting • Hamad Medical Corporation • Maersk Oil Qatar AS • Msheireb Properties • Occidental Petroleum Qatar • Ooredoo • Oryx GTL • Public Works Authority (ASHGHAL) • Qatar Aluminium Limited • Qatar Authority for Charitable Activities (QACA) • Qatar Central Bank • Qatar Chemical Company • Qatar District Cooling Company • Qatar Fertilizer Company (QAFCO) • Qatar Foundation • Qatar Fuel Additives Co. • Qatar Islamic Bank • Qatargas Operating Company Limited • Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company • Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation • Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company Ltd. (Tasweeq) • Qatar Investment Authority • Qatar National Bank • Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) • Qatar Petroleum • Qatar Steel Company (QASCO) • Qatar University • Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company (RASGAS) • Sidra Medical & Research Center • Silatech • Supreme Council of Health • Supreme Council for Information & Communication Tech. (ICT) • Texas A&M University Republic of Kazakhstan • Caspi Meruerty Operating Company B.V. • Maersk Oil Kazakhstan Gmbh • Mubadala Oil and Gas • Samek International Saudi Arabia • ABB Industries • Abdul Latif Jameel Company • Abdullatif Alissa Group • A. Abunayyan Group • Advanced Electronics Co. Ltd. (AEC) • Advanced Petrochemical Company (ADVANCED) • Afia International Company • Agriculture Development Co. Ltd. • Air Liquide Arabia • Alessa Industries Co. • Al-Othman Holding Co. • Al Ahsa Hospital • Al-Elm Information Security • Al Faisaliah Group Holding JSC Co. • Al Fozan Group • Al Khafji Joint Operations • Al Mahmal Trading • Al Majdouie Group • Al Safi Danone Ltd. • Al Safwa Cement Company • Al-Faisaliah Medical Systems • Al-Khorayef Commercial Co. Ltd. • Almarai Company • Arabian Agricultural Services • Arabian Cement Company Ltd. • Arabian Drilling Company • Arabian Food Supplies Co. • Arabian Geophysical and Surveying Company • Arabian Industrial Fibers Co. (Ibn Rushd) • Arabian Petrochemical Company • Arabian Petroleum Supply Company • Arab Satellite Communications • ARASCO • BAE Systems • Balsharaf Group • Bank Albillad • Bank Al Jazira • Banque Saudi Fransi • Basamh Trading Company • Basateen Foods Saudi Arabia Ltd • Baud Telecom (BTC Networks) • Capital Market Authority Partial List of Clients
  21. 21. 21Training & Consulting • Chamber of Commerce & Industry-DMM • Cigalah Group • Communication & Information Tech. Commission • Council Of Cooperative Health Insurance • Cristal • Dar Al-Hekma College • E-Government Program • E.A. Juffali & Brothers • Eastern Petrochemical Company (SHARQ) • EMAAR the Economic City • EMAAR Middle East • Empower Contracting Co. • EniRepSa Gas Limited • Exxonmobil Saudi Arabia Inc • Falcom Financial Services • Farabi Petrochemicals Company • Farouk Maamoun Tamer & Co. • Food & Fine Pastries Manufacturing (Sunbulah) • GCC Interconnection Authority • General Authority of Civil Aviation • Gulf International Bank • Gulf Packaging Industries Ltd. • Hajr Electricity Production Company • Haji Husein Alireza & Co. Ltd. • Institute of Public Administration • International Systems Engineering • Ismail Abudawood Trading Co (IATCO) • Islamic Development Bank • Jadwalean International Opr. & Mgt. Company • Jamjoom Pharma • Jazeera Pharmaceutical Industries • Jubail Chemical Industries Co. • Jubail Energy Services Company • Key Rent A Car • King Abdullah University of Science & Technology • King Abdul Aziz & His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity • King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Public Education Development Project - Tatweer • King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy • King Abdulaziz University Hospital • King Abdulaziz City for Science & Technology • King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre • King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital • King Khalid Hospital University • M.A. Abudawood & Partners • MAADEN Aluminium Company • Maaden Gold Company & Base Metal • Maaden Phosphate Company • Maban Real Estate Investment • Middle East Agriculture Co. (MEAC) • Middle East Propulsion Company • Ministry of Communication & Information Technology • Ministry of Interior - The National Information Centre • Ministry of Labor • Mobily • Mohamad Yousef Naghi Motors • Najm Insurance Services Company • Nalco Saudi Company Ltd • National Agricultural Development Co. (NADEC) • National Commercial Bank • National Gas & Industrialization Co. • National Industrial Gases Company (GAS) • National Industrialization Company • National Petroleum Industrialization Co. (TASNEE) • National Petrochemical Industrial Co. • National Unified Procurement Medical Supplies Company • National Water Company • Nawah Health Care • NCB Capital • Omar A. Balubaid Co. Ltd. • Omar K. Alesayi Group of Companies • Petromin • Power & Water Utility Company for Jubail & Yanbu (MARAFIQ) • Prince Sultan Cardiac Centre • Radwa Trading Company • Rabigh Refinery & Petrochemical Co. • Rashed Abdulrahman Al Rashed & Sons Co. • Red Sea Gateway Terminal • Riyad Bank • Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital
  22. 22. 22 Training & Consulting • Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu • Rubaiyat Modern Luxury Products • SADAD Payment System • Sahara Petrochemical Company • Saudi Airlines Real Estate Development Company • Saudi Arabian Airlines – SAUDIA • Saudi Arabian Airlines – Catering • Saudi Arabian Airlines – Ground Services • Saudi Arabian Amiantit Company • Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority • Saudi Arabian Japanese Pharmaceutical Company Limited • Saudi Arabian Lubricating Oil Co. • Saudi Arabian Marketing & Agencies Co. • Saudi Arabian Markets & Shell Lubricants Co. • Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma’aden) • Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency • Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) • Saudi Aramco Lubricating Oil Refinery Co. • Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Co. • Saudi Aramco Products Trading Company • Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery Company • Saudi Aramco Total Refinery and Petrochemical Company (SATORP) • Saudi Basic Industries Corporation • The Saudi British Bank • Saudi Cement Co. • Saudi Ceramics Company • Saudi Chevron Phillips • Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH) • Saudi Development Training Company Limited • Saudi Diesel Equipment Company Limited • Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) • Saudi Food & Drug Authority • Saudi Ground Services Company • Saudi Industrial Development Fund • Saudi International Petrochemical Co. (SIPCHEM) • Saudi Industrial Property Authority • Saudi Pharma. Industries & Medical Appliances Co (SPIMACO) • Saudi Railway Company • Saudi Stock Exchange • Saudi Telecom • Schindler Olayan Elevator Co. Ltd. • Saudi Commission for Tourism & Antiquities • Savola Foods Arabia • SEDCO Holding • Sigma Paints Saudi Arabia Ltd. • Supreme Foods Group • Tatweer Education Holding Company • Tatweer Educational Transportation Services • Tatweer for Educational Services • Tawuniya • The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia • United Sugar Company • Wahah Electric Supply Co. of S.A. (WESCOSA) • Xenel Industries Ltd. • Yanbu Cement Company • Yamama Saudi Cement Company Ltd. • Zain - Mobile Telecom Company - Saudi Arabia • Zamil Airconditioners • Zamil Group Holding Company • Zamil Industries Investment Co. • Zamil Plastic Industries Ltd Sudan • Arab Bank For Economic Development In Africa • Bank of Khartoum • Central Bank of Sudan • Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Co. (GNPOC) • Kenana Engineering and Technical Services • Petro-Energy E&P • Petronas • Sayga Investment Company • Sudanese Mobile Telephone (mobitel) • SudaPak Operating Company Limited • Sudapet Co. Ltd. • Sudatel Telecom Group • UN & African Union Hybrid Mission In Darfur Partial List of Clients
  23. 23. 23Training & Consulting • United Nations World Food Programme • White Nile Petroelum Operating Co. • Zain Sudan Sultanate of Oman • Aromatics Oman, LLC. • Authority for Electricity Regulations (AER) • Bank Dhofar • Bank Muscat • BP Exploration (Epsilon) LTD • Capital Market Authority • CC Energy Development S.A.L • Central Bank of Oman • College Of Banking And Financial Studies • Daleel Petroleum • Electricity Holding Company S.A.O.C • Falcon Oilfield Services • Haya Water • Information Technology Authority • Majan Electricity Company (saoc) • Majis Industrial Service Co. • Mazoon Electricity • MB Holding Company LLC • Medco LLC • Ministry of Defense • Muscat Securities Market • National Bank of Oman • Occidental of Oman • Oman Airports Management Company S.A.O.C. • Oman Drydock Company • Oman Electricity Transmission Company S.A.O.C • Oman Environmental Services Holding Company (S.A.O.C) • Oman Gas Company • Oman India Fertiliser Company • Oman Investment Fund • Oman LNG • Oman Oil Company Exploration & Production LLC • Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company • Oman Oil Company S.A.O.C • Oman Oil Marketing • Oman Power & Water Procurement Co. • Oman Refineries and Petrochemical Co. • Oman Shipping Company • Oman Telecommunications Co. • Oman Tourism & Development Company SAOC (OMRAN) • Petrogas • Petroleum Development Oman LLC • Qalhat LNG • Rural Areas Electricity Company • Salalah Methanol SFZ llc • Sohar Industrial Port Company • Telecommunication Regulatory Authority • Takamul Investment Company Tanzania • Bank of Tanzania • Local Authorities Pensions Fund • Medical Stores Deparment • Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority • PPF Pensions Fund • Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority • Tanzania Revenue Authority Tunisia • OMV E&P • Petrofac Energy Developments Int. Ltd Turkmenistan • Buried Hill Serdar Limited • Burren Resources Petroleum Ltd • Dragon Oil Turkmenistan Ltd.
  24. 24. 24 Training & Consulting Uganda • Bank of Uganda • Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority • Uganda Communications Commission • Uganda Revenue Authority United Arab Emirates • Abu Dhabi Airport Company • Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments Co LLC • Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry • Abu Dhabi Co. for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) • Abu Dhabi Distribution Company • Abu Dhabi Education Council • Abu Dhabi Farmers’Services Centre • Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority • Abu Dhabi Fund For Development • Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co. MASDAR • Abu Dhabi Gas Development Co. Ltd • Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (Gasco) • Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co. Limited (ADGAS) • Abu Dhabi General Services Company (MUSANADA) • Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) • Abu Dhabi Investment Authority • Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) • Abu Dhabi Media Company • Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management (Yas Marina Circuit) • Abu Dhabi National Chemicals Company • Abu Dhabi National Energy – TAQA • Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Co. (ADNEC) • Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) • Abu Dhabi National Tanker Co. • Abu Dhabi Oil Company Ltd Japan (ADOC) • Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER) • Abu Dhabi Petroleum Ports Operating Co. (IRSHAD) • Abu Dhabi Police • Abu Dhabi Polymers Co. Ltd. (Borouge) • Abu Dhabi Ports Company • Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council • Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions & Benefits Fund • Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange • Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Co. • Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding • Abu Dhabi Sports Council • Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Centre • Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council • Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Co. • Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training Institute • Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority • ADNOC Distribution • ADNOC Technical Institute • Advanced Integrated Systems Co. • Advanced Technology Investment Company • Al Ain Distribution Company • Al Ain Hospital • Al Ain Municipality • Al Ain Wild Life Park & Resort • Al Fakher Tobacco Factory F.Z.C. • Al Foah LLC • Al Gharbiah Hospitals • Al Khaleej Sugar LLC • Al Khayyat Investments • Al Mirfa Power Company • Al Rahba Hospital • Al Taif Technical Services • Al Tayer Group • ALDAR Properties PJSC • Ambulatory Healthcare Services • American University of Sharjah • Aramex International Courier • Atlas Copco Services Middle East • Beeah The Sharjah Environment Company • Borouge Pte Ltd • Bunduq Company Ltd. • Cansco Well Control • Citiscape Group • Civil Services Department • Cleanco General Cleaning Services • Community Development Authority • Corniche Hospital • Crown Prince Court • Dana Gas • Department of Economic Development • Department of Finance • Department of Municipal Authority Affairs • Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing • Department of Transport • DP World • Dragon Holdings Limited Partial List of Clients
  25. 25. 25Training & Consulting • Dubai Airport Free Zone (DAFZA) • Dubai Air Wing • Dubai Airports • Dubai Aluminum Company Ltd.(dubal) • Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry • Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (dewa) • Dubai Holdings • Dubai International Financial Centre • Dubai Internet City • Dubai Islamic Bank • Dubai Ladies Club • Dubai Multi Commodities Centre • Dubai Municipality • Dubai Natural Gas Co. Ltd. (Dugas) • Dubai Properties • Dubai Public Prosecution • Dubai Supply Authority • Dubai World Trade Centre • Economic Zones World • Econosto Mideast BV • Ejadah Asset Management Group • Emaar Hospitality Group Llc • EMAAR Properties • Emiraje Systems LLC • Emirate of Abu Dhabi – Finance Department • Emirates Advanced Investments • Emirates Aluminium • EmiratesNBD • Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation • Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) • Emirates Identity Authority • Emirates Institute for Advanced Science & Technology • Emirates Investment Authority • Emirates Industrial Bank • Emirates Metallic Industries Company • Emirates National Oil Company Ltd. (Enoc) • Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation • Emirates Petroleum Products Company (Eppco) • Emirates Post Group Holding • Emirates Precision Industries • Emirates Sembcorp Water & Power Co. • Emirates Steel Industries • Emirates Telecommunications Corp. (ETISALAT) • Empost Corperation • Environment Agency Abu Dhabi • ESNAAD • Etihad Rail • Family Development Foundation • Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation • Federal Demographic Council • Fine Hygienic Paper Co. • First Gulf Bank • Flash Entertainment • Funet Trading Co ( L . L . C ) • Future Pipe Industries • General Civil Aviation Authority • General Head Quarters – Armed Forces • General Holding Corporation (SENAAT) • General Secretariat of Executive Council • Global Aerospace Logistics LLC • Global Medical Solutions, LLC • Great Wall Drilling Company • Grand Stores • H.H. Ruler’s Court • Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University • Health Authority – Abu Dhabi • Higher Corporation for Specialized Economic Zone • Inchcape Shipping Services • Injazat Data System • International Fund For Houbara Conservation • Judiciary Department - Emirate of Abu Dhabi • Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nehayan Foundation • Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development • Khalifa Fund to Support & Develop Small & Med. En • Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research • Kuwait Food Company (AMERICANA) • MAF Group • Mafraq Hospital • Majid Al Futtaim Leisure & Entertainment • Majid Al Futtaim Properties (MAFP) • Manchester Business School • Masdar Institute • Maximus Air Cargo • MBC – Al-Arabia • Michel Chalhoub Trading Company • Ministry of Cabinet Affairs • Ministry of Foreign Affairs • Ministry of Interior • Ministry of Interior - Diwan Abu Dhabi • Ministry of Presidential Affairs • Miral Asset Management LLC • Moalajah Fzc
  26. 26. 26 Training & Consulting • Mubadala Development • Municipality of Abu Dhabi City • MUSANADA • National Bank of Abu Dhabi • National Central Cooling Co. (TABREED) • National Drilling Company (NDC) • National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority • National Health Insurance Company (DAMAN) • National Marine Dredging Company • National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) • National Rehabilitation Center • Offset Program Bureau - Tawazun • Oilfields Supply Centre • Paris Sorbonne University • Petrofac International Ltd. • Port, Customs & Freezone Corporation • Presidential Flight • Prime Minister’s Office • Qualpro Distribution • RAKBANK • Regulation and Supervision Bureau • Roads & Transport Authority • Royal Jet • Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (FERTIL) • Seadrill • Sembcorp Gulf O&m Co. Fujairah Water & Power Plant • Securities and Commodities Authority • Serco Middle East • Sheikh Khalifa Medical Center SKMC • Sheikh Saqr Program For Government Excellence • Social Care & Minors Affairs Foundation • TAMKEEN • TATWEER • Tawam Hospital • Tawazun • Tawazun Precision Industries • Tecom Investments • Telecommunications Regulatory Authority • The Executive Affairs Authority • The Executive Council • The Higher National Security Council • The National Council of Tourism & Antiquities • The Petroleum Institute • The Supreme Council for National Security • Thuraya Satellite Telecommunication Co. • Total ABK • Tourism Development & Investment Co. • twofour54 • UAE Offsets Group • Union Co-operative Society • Valentine Maritime Gulf • Vela International Marine • Western Region Development Council • Western Region Municipality • Winnington FZCO • Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) • Zayed House for Islamic Culture Yemen • Masila Petroleum Exploration and Production Company • OMV Exploration & Production • Safer Exploration & Production (SEPOC) • Spacetel Yemen • Yemen International Telecommunication Company • Yemen LNG Zambia • Lawrence Sikutwa and Associates Ltd. • Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry • Zambia Integrated System Strengthening Program Partial List of Clients
  27. 27. 27Training & Consulting Page No. Accounting and Finance 35 Finance for Non-Finance Professionals 36 Advanced Budgeting Workshop 37 Effective Budgeting and Cost Control 38 Financial Management Certificate 39 Chartered Financial Analyst: CFA Level 1 Preparation Course 40 Financial Analysis Workshop: A Hands-On Approach 41 Financial Modeling: Using Excel 42 Next Generation Excel: Advanced Business and Financial Reporting 43 Dynamic Business Reports and Dashboards using Excel 44 Efficient Finance and Accounting Operations: 2014 Best Practices and Updates 45 Professional Skills for Finance and Accounting 46 Professional Accounting Certificate 47 Preparing Financial Statements and the Annual Report 48 Certified Accounts Assistant 49 Financial Accounting and Reporting 50 CMA 1 - Certified Management Accountant Preparation Course Level 1 51 CMA 2 - Certified Management Accountant Preparation Course Level 2 52 International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and 2014 Updates 53 Accounting and Comparison of IFRS and GAAP 54 IFRS for Small and Medium Enterprises 55 Fundamentals of Accounting for Administrative and Support Staff 56 Cash Flow Statement Workshop: Preparation and Analysis 57 Financial Statement Consolidation and Investment Accounting 58 Fast Closing Monthly and Year-End Accounts 59 Certified Fixed Assets Professional 60 Accounts Payable: From Accounting to Management 61 Accounts Receivable and Credit Policies Management 62 Payroll: Preparation, Analysis and Management 63 Accounting Policies and Procedures 64 Internal Control: Compliance, Operational, and Financial 65 Certificate in Cost Management 66 Inventory Accounting and Costing 67 Certificate in Treasury Management 68 Administration and Secretarial 69 Certified Administration and Office Management Professional 70 Administration and Office Management: Best Practices and Technologies 71 The Executive Assistant / Personal Assistant Masterclass 72 The Highly Productive and Effective Administrator 73 Index of Public Training Programs Page No. The Meirc Conference Organizational Excellence: Strategies for Exceptional Performance and Quality 32
  28. 28. 28 Training & Consulting Page No. Efficient Administration Skills 74 Computer-Based Office Administration and Organization 75 Communication and Writing Skills 77 Organizational and Departmental Communication 78 Advanced Communication Skills 79 Interpersonal Communication Skills 80 Advanced Presentation Skills 81 Making Powerful Presentations 82 Advanced Business Writing 83 Business Writing Skills 84 Effective Report Writing 85 Contracts Management 87 Certified Contract Manager 88 Effective Contract Preparation 89 Contract Administration: Understanding and Implementing Contractual Obligations 90 Project Management for Contract Professionals 91 Negotiating Contracts Successfully 92 Tendering Procedures and Bid Evaluation 93 Managing Contractual Claims 94 Customer Service 95 Customer Service Management 96 Certified Customer Service Professional 97 Excellence in Customer Service 98 The Customer Complaint System: A Tool for Customer Service Improvement 99 Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty 100 Human Resources Management 101 Strategic Human Resources Management 102 Certified Human Resources Professional: From Traditional HR Role to Business Partner 103 Human Resources Management 104 Competencies: Design, Development and Implementation 105 Talent Management: Developing Multicultural Leaders 106 Performance Management: Setting Objectives and Conducting Appraisals 107 Organization and Workforce Planning 108 Advanced Recruitment, Interviewing and Selection 109 Recruitment, Interviewing and Selection 110 Professional Interviewing Skills 111 Advanced Employee Relations 112 Employee Relations: Roles and Responsibilities 113 Employee Engagement and Retention 114 Knowledge Management: How to Create an Effective Learning Organization 115 Certified Compensation and Benefits Professional 116 Compensation and Benefits 117 Index of Public Training Programs
  29. 29. 29Training & Consulting Page No. Certified Job Evaluation Professional 118 Job Analysis and Job Description Techniques 119 Measuring and Forecasting Human Capital Investment 120 Human Resources KPIs: Benchmarking HR Performance 121 Auditing HR Processes 122 Interpersonal Skills and Self Development 123 Certified Master Negotiator 124 Win-Win Negotiation Skills 125 Emotional Intelligence: Strategies for Success 126 Managing Conflict: Power through Influence 127 Creative Problem-Solving and Decision-Making 128 Creative Thinking and Innovation Techniques 129 High Performance Teams 130 Time Management and Stress Control 131 Work-Life Balance: Maximizing Productivity and Quality of Life 132 The Power of Positive Attitude 133 Leadership and Management 135 Senior Management Program: The Executive MBA 136 The Leadership Challenge® Workshop 138 Results-Based Leadership 139 The Power of Leaders 140 Leadership and Communication 141 Certified Professional Manager 142 Key Managerial Skills for New Managers and Supervisors 143 Middle Management Skills 144 Advanced Supervisory Skills 145 Supervisory Skills 146 Management Skills and Techniques for Engineers 147 Coaching Skills for Peak Performance 148 Managerial Decision-Making and Problem-Solving 149 Leading and Managing Change 150 Certified Team Leader 151 Maintenance Planning and Management 153 Advanced Maintenance Management 154 Certified Maintenance Planner 155 Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Control 156 Facility Planning and Management 157 Marketing and Sales 159 The Strategic Marketing Plan 160 Certified Marketing Professional 161 Marketing for Better Results 162 Certified Brand Manager 163
  30. 30. 30 Training & Consulting Page No. Distribution Channels: Optimizing Market Penetration 164 Customer Relationship Management: CRM Strategic Roadmap 165 Social Media Marketing and Networking 166 Product Launch and Management 167 Certified Sales Manager 168 Sales Professional Certificate 169 Advanced Key Account Management and Business Development 170 Key Account Management 171 Major Accounts Selling: Negotiating and Winning RFPs 172 Retail Management 173 Sales Territory and Time Management 174 Creative Retail Selling and Visual Merchandising 175 Planning and Strategy Management 177 Corporate Strategies and Innovation 178 The Certified Strategist: From Planning to Execution 179 Strategic Thinking and Planning 180 Strategy Management in the Public Sector 181 Corporate Entrepreneurship 182 Management Consulting Skills 183 Successful Planning, Organizing and Control 184 The Certified Balanced Scorecard Practitioner 185 The Balanced Scorecard: Achieving Performance Excellence 186 KPIs: Keeping Score Using the Right Metrics 187 Business Intelligence: Data Analysis and Reporting Techniques Using Excel 188 Developing and Implementing the Business Plan 189 Feasibility Studies: Preparation, Analysis and Evaluation 190 Risk Management 191 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): From Sourcing to Utilization 192 Project Management 193 Preparation for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification 194 Certificate in Advanced Project Management 195 Project Management Skills 196 Mastering Project Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards 197 Establishing and Managing the Project Management Office (PMO) 198 Managing Projects Using Microsoft Project 199 Managing IT Projects Effectively 200 Project Risk Management 201 Preparation for Risk Management Professional (RMP) Certification 202 Public Relations 203 Certified Public Relations Professional 204 Public Relations and Media Skills 205 Public Relations Campaigns: From Planning to Execution 206 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) 207 Index of Public Training Programs
  31. 31. 31Training & Consulting Page No. Events and Conferences Management 208 Business Etiquette and Protocol 209 Quality and Productivity 211 Total Quality Management (TQM): Tool Box for Continual Improvement 212 Improving Productivity through Quality and Cost Reduction 213 Simplification of Work Processes and Procedures 214 Process Management: Mapping and Improvement 215 Certified Quality Management Professional 216 Understanding and Implementing Six Sigma 217 ASQ Certified Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence Refresher 218 ASQ Approved Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 219 ASQ Introduction to Quality Engineering 220 EFQM: Internal Assessor Training (IAT) 221 EFQM: Journey to Excellence (J2E) 222 EFQM: Leaders for Excellence (L4E) 223 Strategic Quality Management 224 Safety Management 225 Health and Safety in the Workplace 226 How to Be a Leader in Safety and Health 227 Supply Chain and Logistics Management 229 Materials and Supply Chain Management 230 Production Management and Material Requirements Planning 231 Inventory Planning and Stock Control 232 Certified Purchasing Professional 233 Strategic Sourcing 234 Purchasing Management and Cost Saving Techniques 235 Fundamentals of Purchasing 236 Negotiation Strategies for Better Purchasing Value 237 Warehouse Operations and Management 238 Successful Fleet and Transport Management 239 Training and Development 241 Certified Training and Development Professional 242 Managing and Coordinating Training 243 Career Development and Succession Planning 244 Identifying Training Needs and Evaluating Training 245 Certified Master Trainer 246 Train the Trainer: From Design to Delivery 247 eLearning: A New Training Approach 248
  32. 32. 32 Training & Consulting The Meirc Conference 2-day conference in English Conference Objectives Increased stakeholder pressure and a rapidly changing global environment have forced organizations to consistently deliver higher levels of economic and social returns. In many instances, stakeholders want their expectations to be exceeded, not simply met. Excellent organizations understand these pressures and expectations and strive relentlessly to achieve and sustain exceptional levels of performance. In essence, excellence becomes in every organization’s reach if pursued as a journey rather than a destination. Meirc’s 2014 Conference will take an in-depth look into what makes organizations excellent. It will further explore what organizations can learn from best practices in the field in order to start their own journey to excellence. The purpose of Meirc’s 2014 Conference is threefold: • Investigate the underlying pillars needed to support organizational excellence in the GCC and Middle East regions • Provide recommendations for organizations to help them assess their level of excellence and build plans to bridge any performance gaps • Invite best practitioners and experts to provide insights on what sets excellent organizations apart and how aspiring organizations can develop and sustain their own outstanding levels of performance. 2014 Theme: Organizational Excellence: Strategies for Exceptional Performance and Quality Main Topics The above purpose will be achieved through addressing the following main topics as they relate to GCC and Middle East organizations: • Role of organizational leadership in the journey to excellence. • Optimization of the strategy management process to maximize organizational results. • Importance of strategic partnerships. • Migration from a mentality of products and services to one of customer centricity. • Establishment and Sustainability of a culture of quality. • Utilization of quality management tools in the organization. • Expansion of people’s competence and capabilities. • Streamlining and optimization of business processes using lean and six sigma. • Assessment of performance and how to build the proper improvement plans. • Excellence and best practices in key sectors: »» Government »» Healthcare »» Education »» Oil and Gas
  33. 33. 33Training & Consulting Location & Dates Abu Dhabi, 2 - 3 April 2014 Fees in US$ Per participant $ 900 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) Why Should I attend Meirc’s 2014 Conference? Excellence, quality, communication, collaboration and customer focus, are all critical requirements to support today’s practitioners in applying excellence frameworks, benchmarking and sharing examples on continuous improvement. These practices continue to impact the organizational culture and boost the bottom line. Meirc’s 2014 Conference will demonstrate how excellence frameworks and quality initiatives can support continuous improvement by focusing on customers, leadership, methodologies, strategic partnerships and people involvement. Who Should Attend? The conference is a must for: • Business leaders and executives • Human resources and training managers • Business units managers • Project managers • Quality officers and managers • Managers in charge of performance management and organizational excellence • Functional managers • Strategy and planning managers Discount Policy For groups of three or more from the same organization, fees are US$ 600 per attendee. 2014Theme:ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE Strategies for Exceptional Performance and Quality 2-3April2014-AbuDhabi
  34. 34. 35 Accounting and Finance Effective decisions are those that are predicated on the delivery of timely and accurate information. In both private and public organizations, providing such information on time with less effort and money transforms decisions from mundane to value-adding. The diversified portfolio of programs in our Accounting and Finance Category aims to provide you and your team with the skills you need to add value. Practical and hands-on, the programs are delivered using best-in-class technology. Our value proposition is simple; learn, engage, apply and improve. With the biggest suite of programs in the region in Accounting, Finance, Modeling, Budgeting, and Treasury, you and your team are guaranteed to find the program that will contribute to your career and professional development. All our programs are delivered by Meirc’s full-time experienced and licensed CPAs.
  35. 35. 36 Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Explain the functions of financial management and its role in running businesses. • Communicate effectively with finance professionals by using common financial language. • Define the four key financial statements: balance sheet, income, cash flow and changes in owners’ equity as well as key financial terms used in organizations (e.g. profit, margins, leverage, etc.) • Interpret the financial health and condition of a company, division or responsibility center. • Apply capital budgeting techniques and cost- volume-profit analysis to enhance decision making. • Use financial information to manage and evaluate their company or department operations. Concept of Financial Management • Accounting versus Finance: Rules and Responsibilities • The Three Pillars of Finance »» Financing Decisions »» Investing Decisions »» Operating Decisions The Key Financial Statements • Understanding the Accounting Cycle • The Six Main Accounts in Financial Statements • The Cycle of Financial Statements • Income Statement • Owners’Equity • Balance Sheet • Cash Flow Statement and Cash Flow Rules • Annual Reports, Auditors’Opinion and Financial Disclosures • Mapping the Three Pillars of Finance to Financial Statements Analysis of Financial Statements • Judging the Health of the Business • Vertical, Horizontal, and Trend Analysis • Income Statement Ratios • Balance Sheet Ratios • Analyzing and Interpreting Company Annual Reports • Different Measures of Profitability • Reading through the Numbers Working Capital and the Financing Decision • Why Manage Working Capital? • Current Asset Classification • The Trade-Off in Working Capital Management Strategies • Sources of Short-Term Financing • Balancing Profitability and Liquidity Break-Even Analysis and Decision Making • Understanding Break-Even Analysis • Fixed and Variable Cost Behavior • Decision-Making Using Contribution Margin Budgeting Process and Techniques • Importance of Budgeting • Main Methods in Budgeting »» Incremental Budgets »» Zero-Based Budgeting »» Activity-Based Budgeting »» Participative Budgeting • The Budgeting Process • Budgetary Cost Control Capital Projects • Time Value of Money • The Capital Budgeting Decision • Methods in Evaluating Capital Projects • Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs. Location & Dates Dubai, 19 - 23 January 2014 Dubai, 30 March - 3 April 2014 Dubai, 25 - 29 May 2014 Abu Dhabi, 22 - 26 June 2014 Dubai, 24 - 28 August 2014 Dubai, 26 - 30 October 2014 (Arabic) Dubai, 23 - 27 November 2014 Dubai, 21 - 25 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Managers, supervisors and staff from any function including finance who need to improve understanding and use of financial information. Finance for Non-Finance Professionals 5-day program in English or Arabic (Public and In-company)
  36. 36. 37Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs. Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Build budget templates and models for their departments or organizations. • Apply several forecasting techniques to better manage uncertainties in budgeting. • Evaluate capital budgeting decisions using several methods and recommend proper action. • Utilize Microsoft Excel functions and tools in the budgeting process. • Evaluate the budgeting process in their organization and recommend improvements. Budgeting and Planning • The Budget and the Functions of Management • Budget as a Planning Tool • Budgets and the Key Financial Statements • Top-Down versus Bottom-Up Process Budget Cycle, Process and Approaches • The Budget Cycle • The Characteristics of Successful Budgeting • Making the Budget a Value-Added Activity • Top Ten Problems with Budgeting • Choosing the Proper Budgeting Approach: »» Incremental Budgeting »» Zero-Based Budgeting »» Flexible Budgeting »» Kaizen Budgeting »» Activity-Based Budgeting »» Rolling (Continuous) Budgets and Forecasts • The Master Budget and its Components • Operating and Capital Budgets • Best Practices in Budgeting • Creating a User-Friendly Template Forecasting Techniques • Forecasting Models • Qualitative and Quantitative Methods • Steps in Developing Forecast Models • Time Series and Trend Analysis • Data Conditioning Techniques • Exponential Smoothing and Moving Averages • Simple and Multiple Regression Analysis Advanced Capital Budgeting Evaluation Techniques • Business Risk and Cost of Capital • Classifying Investment Projects • Cash Flow Estimation • Analyzing Investment and Operating Cash Flows • Time Value of Money Concept • The Required Rate of Return • Net Present Value (NPV) • Internal Rate of Return (IRR) • Multiple Internal Rates of Return • Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR) • Profitability Index (PI) • Pay-Back Period and Discounted Pay-Back Period • Capital Rationing • Comparing and Evaluating Techniques • Sensitivity and Risk Analysis Breakeven Analysis and Optimization Techniques • Cost Volume Profit (CVP) Analysis • Using CVP to Reach a Target Income • Single Product and Multiple Products Breakeven Analysis • Working with Budget Constraints • Building Optimization Models Management Budget Reports • Tracking the Budgets • Budget as a Control Tool • Variance Analysis Location & Dates Dubai, 23 - 27 February 2014 Abu Dhabi, 28 September - 2 October 2014 Dubai, 7 - 11 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Finance directors, managers, controllers, accountants, budget analysts, budget owners and professionals who wish to expand their budgeting knowledge. Advanced BudgetingWorkshop 5-day program in English (Public and In-company)
  37. 37. 38 Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Demonstrate how the budget relates to the key financial statements: balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow. • Prepare a budget consistent with the organization’s strategic plan. • Use appropriate estimation techniques in the development of revenue and expense budgets. • Identify all the appropriate costs to be included in a capital expenditure proposal. • Apply cost control tools, analyze management variance reports and take proper corrective action. Planning and the Functions of Management • The Critical Functions of Management • Aligning the Budget with the Organization’s Strategy • Road Map to Strategy • Budget as a Planning Tool • Control: The Missing Link • Planning Pitfalls The Key Financial Statements • The Accounting System • The Income Statement • The Balance Sheet • The Cash Flow Statement Budgeting: Process and Approaches • The Advantages of Budgeting • The Budget Process • Rolling Budgets • The Master Budget • Operating and Capital Budgets • The Budgeted Financial Statements • Approaches to Budgeting: »» Incremental Budgeting »» Zero-Based Budgeting »» Flexible Budgeting »» Kaizen Budgeting and Continuous Improvement »» Activity-Based Budgeting • Tools of Forecasting • Direct and Indirect Costs • Characteristics of an Effective Budget • Problems in Budgeting Cost Control • Budget as a Control Tool • The Control Process • Characteristics of an Effective Control System • Responsibility Reporting • Variance Analysis: Identifying the Components of Variance • Variance Analysis: Taking the Corrective Action Capital Expenditure Budgeting and Analysis • Time Value of Money • Simple versus Compound Interest • Identifying and Analyzing Cash Flows • The Discount Rate: Using Cost of Capital • Net Present Value (NPV) • Internal Rate of Return (IRR) • Profitability Index (PI) • Pay-Back Period (PBP) • Accounting Rate of Return (ARR) • Approval for Expenditure (AFE) • Sensitivity and Risk Analysis Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP) • Identifying the Fixed Costs and Variable Costs • Computing Breakeven Point in Units • Computing Breakeven Point in Sales • Assumptions of CVP Analysis • Using CVP in Budgeting Decisions Location & Dates Dubai, 26 - 30 January 2014 Dubai, 23 - 27 March 2014 Dubai, 27 April - 1 May 2014 (Arabic) London, 15 - 19 June 2014 Abu Dhabi, 10 - 14 August 2014 Dubai, 21 - 25 September 2014 Kuala Lumpur, 12 - 16 October 2014 Dubai, 16 - 20 November 2014 Dubai, 14 - 18 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: All managers, supervisors and analysts who prepare and/or use management budgets. Effective Budgeting and Cost Control 5-day program in English or Arabic (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  38. 38. 39Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Advance their knowledge of corporate financial management. • Leverage their understanding in the macro finance roles from strategic and operational perspectives. • Develop a practical understanding of corporate finance, capital budgeting and cost of capital. • Gain knowledge of how equities and fixed-income securities are priced. • Develop dynamic strategic financial planning models. • Demonstrate understanding of mergers, acquisitions, takeovers, and corporate control. • Manage their working capital effectively. • Apply conservative and aggressive approaches in working capital management. Note: This is a hands-on training program using laptops, which will be made available by Meirc. The Scope of Corporate Finance • Corporate Finance Functions • Dimensions of Capital Funding • Four Key Financial Statements • Financial Statements and Cash Flow Analysis • Types of Financial Ratios • Future and Present Values Practical Applications Strategic and Operational Financial Planning • Overview of the Planning Process • Long-Term Financial Planning • Sustainable Growth Model • Pro Forma Financial Statements • Assumptions to Generate Pro Forma Financial Statements • Building Strategic Financial Models • Modeling What-If-Analysis Corporate Finance, Capital Budgeting and Cost of Capital • The Capital Budgeting Process • Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return • Discounted Payback Period • Profitability Index • Weighted Average Cost of Capital • Measures of Corporate Leverage • Dividends and Share Repurchases Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Control • Methods of Acquisitions • Types of Mergers • 5 Phases to the M&A Process • Due Diligence • Motives for Mergers and Acquisitions • Anti-Takeover Measures Stock and Bond Valuation • Valuation Fundamentals • The Basic Valuation Model • Term Structure of Interest Rates • Zero Growth and Constant Growth Valuation Models • Variable Growth Model • Fixed Income Securities Valuation Short-Term Financial Management • Liquidity versus Profitability • The Cash Conversion Cycle and Cash Management • Decisions Applied to Current Assets • Trade-Off in Working Capital Management (WCM) • Aggressive versus Conservative Approach • Working Capital Management Location & Dates Dubai, 18 - 22 May 2014 Dubai, 30 November - 4 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,600 Frequent nomination $ 4,140 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Financial professionals, finance managers, corporate controllers, financial controllers, treasury professionals, chief accountants, accounting managers, senior accountants, banking professionals, and corporate business professionals. Financial Management Certificate 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) Successful candidates on this program will be awarded Meirc’s Professional Certificate (MPC). This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  39. 39. 40 Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Get a jump start to help them prepare for the CFA Level I curriculum: »» Ethical and professional standards and quantitative methods »» Economics »» Financial accounting and reporting »» Corporate finance, portfolio management and equity investments »» Fixed income securities and alternative investments. Ethical and Professional Standards and Quantitative Methods • Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct • Global Investment Performance Standards • Time Value of Money • Discounted Cash Flow Applications • Statistical Concepts and Market Returns • Probability Concepts • Common Probability Distribution • Sampling and Estimation • Hypothesis Testing • Technical Analysis Economics • Elasticity, Efficiency and Equity • Markets in Action • Organizing Production • Outputs and Costs • Perfect Competition and Monopolistic Competition • Monopoly and Oligopoly • Markets for Factors of Production • Money, the Price Level and Inflation • Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy • Central Banks Financial Reporting and Analysis • Financial Statement Analysis • Financial Reporting Mechanics and Standards • Understanding Income Statement and Balance Sheet • Understanding Cash Flow • Financial Analysis Techniques • Inventories, Long-Lived Assets and Non-Current Liabilities Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management and Equity Investment • Capital Budgeting • Cost of Capital • Measures of Leverage • Dividends and Share Repurchases • Working Capital Management • Corporate Governance • Portfolio Management • Risk and Return • Portfolio Planning and Construction • Security Market Indices and Market Efficiency • Equity Securities and Industry Analysis • Company Analysis and Equity Valuation Fixed Income Securities and Alternative Investments • Features of Debt Securities • Risks Associated with Investing in Bonds • Bond Sectors and Instruments • UnderstandingYield Spread • Valuation of Debt Securities • Measurement of Interest Rate Risk • Derivative Markets and Instruments • Forward, Futures and Swap Markets and Contracts • Alternative Investments • Investing in Commodities Location & Dates Dubai, 18 - 22 May 2014 Dubai, 23 - 27 November 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Professionals in finance and accounting, treasury and investment banking, investment houses, bank managers, investment managers, institutional investors, accountants, and corporate managers looking to improve their financial careers. Chartered Financial Analyst: CFA Level 1 Preparation Course 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 5 NASBA CPEs.
  40. 40. 41Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Apply the framework of financial statements analysis. • Demonstrate skills at the foundations of ratio and financial analysis. • Carry out company and industry analysis. • Implement the process of company evaluation and analysis. • Analyze real-life financial statements from companies traded on the world and GCC stock exchanges. Financial Statement Analysis: An Introduction • Role of Financial Reporting and Analysis • The Core Financial Statements and the Importance of the Annual Report • The Important Role of Notes and Supplementary Information • Objective and Types of Audits of Financial Statements • Financial Statement Analysis Framework • The Accounting Cycle • Financial Reporting Mechanics • Relationship, Elements and Classification of Financial Statements Financial Reporting Standards • Importance of Reporting Standards in Security Analysis and Valuation • The Standards Setting Bodies • International Financial Reporting Standards versus Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Understanding Financial Statements • Income Statement Components • Revenue and Expense Recognition • Balance Sheet Components: »» Measurement and Classification • Cash Flow Statement: »» Operating, Investing, and Financing Activities »» Direct versus Indirect Methods in Cash Flow Preparation Financial Analysis Techniques • Ratio Analysis: »» Liquidity: Current, Quick, and Cash Ratios »» Asset Management and Activity Ratios »» Solvency: Debt, Equity, and Times Interest Earned Ratios »» Profitability: Profit Margin, Gross Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Equity »» Market and Valuation: Price-Earnings and Earnings Per Share Ratios • Vertical Analysis and Strategy: Balance Sheet and Income Statement Approaches • Trend Analysis and Growth • DuPont Analysis: The Three-Step and Five-Step Models • Time-Series and Cross-Sectional Analysis • Limitation of Ratio Analysis Financial Statement Analysis: Applications and Presentations • Evaluating a Company’s Past Performance • Comprehensive Real-Life Analysis of Publicly Traded Companies Location & Dates Dubai, 16 - 20 March 2014 Istanbul, 24 - 28 August 2014 Dubai, 2 - 6 November 2014 Dubai, 7 - 11 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Professionals in the field of finance and accounting, financial analysts, department heads, senior management team members, financial controllers, finance managers, chief and financial accountants who perform business analysis and provide financial recommendations. Financial AnalysisWorkshop: A Hands-On Approach 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  41. 41. 42 Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Apply learned skills of corporate financial models. • Demonstrate practical know-how of corporate valuation techniques and tools. • Construct forecasted financial statement models and perform sensitivity analysis. • Use the free cash flow technique in determining the value of a project or a company. • Develop financial models using comparable company analysis and discounted cash flow analysis. Note: This is a hands-on training program using laptops, which will be made available by Meirc. Financial Calculations: Applications • Time Value of Money: »» Present Value (PV) and Net Present Value (NPV) »» Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and Multiple IRR (MIRR) »» Using XNPV and XIRR • Amortization of Loan Schedule • Dividends per Share and Cash Flow to Equity • EffectiveYields and Returns Corporate Financial Analysis • Profit and Loss versus Balance Sheet Analysis • Comparable Company Analysis • Building Block Analysis • Vertical, Trend, and Horizontal Analysis • Liquidity »» Current, Quick, and Cash Ratios • Asset Management and Activity »» AR and AP Turnover »» Cash Conversion Cycle »» Asset Turnover • Solvency, Leverage and Gearing »» Debt, Equity, and Times Interest Earned Ratios • Asessing Profitability Management »» Profit Margin, Gross Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Equity • Market and Valuation »» Price-Earnings and Earnings per Share Ratios • Modeling the DuPont Identity »» The Three-Step and Five-Step Models Calculating Cost of Capital and Capital Structure • The Gordon Dividend Model • Supernormal Growth • Regression Analysis • Calculating Cost of Equity and Cost of Debt • Computing the Expected Return on the Market • Computing Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) Financial Statement Modeling • How Financial Models Work • Modeling Income Statement • Modeling Balance Sheet • Free Cash Flow Measurement (FCF) • Using FCF to Value the Firm and its Equity • Sensitivity Analysis • Discounted Cash Flow Analysis • Developing an Integrated Financial Model Model Construction Techniques • Data Tables Design • Assumptions and Input Variable Rules • Regression and Conditional Functions • Array Functions and Formulas • Spinner Data Modeling • List Box Data Modeling • Option Box Data Modeling • Acquiring and Updating Data from the Text, Access Database, SQL, and the Web Location & Dates Dubai, 9 - 13 March 2014 Dubai, 26 - 30 October 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Professionals in corporate finance, financial analysts, investment bankers, financial controllers, finance managers, professionals responsible for project valuation, project finance, portfolio managers, and professionals in the private investment industry. Financial Modeling: Using Excel 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  42. 42. 43Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Boost Excel reporting expertise in business, finance, and accounting. • Perform automated reconciliation for speedy weekly and monthly reporting. • Link their Excel with PowerPoint for dynamic data update. • Develop dynamic business dashboards and scorecards to assist professionals in measuring performance and enhancing decision making. • Use advanced report development techniques by linking-up Excel with Access, Web, Text, SQL, Oracle, and other databases. • Record, Run and Edit Macro to perform repetitive tasks and generate reports. • Design, prepare and email business and accounting reports in minutes. Note: This is a hands-on training program using laptops, which will be made available by Meirc. Tools and Techniques • Consolidation Data from Separate Files and Sheets • Date Validation Using Lists, Dates and Custom Validation • Array Functions • Cell Management Tools: Left, Right, Mid, Concatenate, Value • Naming Cells and Ranges • Subtotal, Sumif, Sumifs, Sumproduct • Looking Up Data, Texts, and Values using the Vlookup • The Incredible Table Tools Techniques • Slicing Dates into Day Names, Month Names,Years and Quarters • Text to Columns and Dynamic Trimming Using Trim, Len, Find, Substitute • Text Change Functions The 19 Must Learn Pivot Tables Tools • Creating Pivot Tables • Number Formatting Techniques • Designing Report Layout • Sorting in Ascending, Descending and More Sort Options • Filtering Labels and Values • Expanding and Collapsing Reports • Summarize Data by Sum, Average, Minimum, Maximum, Count • Show Values as % of Total and % of … • Pivot Table Options • Inserting Formulas • Date Analysis • Copying Pivot Tables • Creating Pivot Charts • Dynamic Chart Labeling • Mastering the Slicer • Showing Report Filter Pages • Linking Pivot Tables and Pivot Graphs with PowerPoint • Conditional Formatting with Pivot Tables • Designing Reports Using the GetPivotData Reporting Modeling Techniques • Spinner • Check Box Data Modeling with IF Function • Option Box Data Modeling with IF Function • List Box Data Modeling with CHOOSE Function • Linking Excel with Text Files • Linking Excel with Databases (Access) • Linking Excel with SQL • Linking Excel with Internet • Scenario Manager Learning the Ultimate Tool in Excel: MACROS (Introduction) • Macro Basics • Planning for a Macro • Designing your Control Board • Recording Macro • Testing Macro • Editing Macro • Macro Workshops • Advanced Filter with Macro Tips and Tricks in Excel • Controlling and Protecting your Reports, Analysis and Reconciliations • Data Entry Form • Custom List • Camera Tool • Text to Speech • Protecting Worksheets and Workbooks Location & Dates Dubai, 9 - 13 February 2014 Abu Dhabi, 13 - 17 April 2014 Dubai, 15 - 19 June 2014 Dubai, 14 - 18 September 2014 Dubai, 9 - 13 November 2014 Dubai, 14 - 18 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Accountants, senior and junior accountants, business analysts, accounting and finance professionals, research professionals, marketing and sales, administrative staff, supervisors, general business professionals and staff from any function who need to learn and apply state-of-the-art techniques to their daily business reporting, reconciliations, and analysis. Next Generation Excel: Advanced Business and Financial Reporting 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  43. 43. 44 Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Leverage their Excel expertise to new and advanced levels. • Link-up Excel and import data from different sources. • Perform data analysis techniques to produce timely and accurate reports. • Design outstanding visualization charts and dashboards. • Develop master level report solutions. • Record, write and edit powerful macros that will perform routine tasks in no time. Essential Reporting Requirement Skills • The 19 Rules of Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts • Multiple Consolidation Ranges • Retrieving External Data Using Microsoft Query • Importing Text Files Using MS Query • Querying Multiple Text Files • Connecting to Access Databases • Connecting to SQL Databases • Establishing a Connection to SQL Server • Importing Files from an Analysis Service • XML Data Import • Importing from Data Connection Wizard • Importing from Microsoft Query • Connections Properties Advanced Data Structuring Techniques • Custom Data Validation • Creating and Managing Innovative Conditional Formatting • Understanding and Using Solver • XML Mapping, Importing and Management Charting and Visualization Techniques • Creating Dynamic Labels • Using the Camera Tool • Working with Formula-Driven Visualizations • Using Fancy Fonts • Leveraging Symbols in Formulas • Working with Sparklines • Creating Unconventional Style Charts Building Report Solutions • Conceptualizing and Understanding Report Solutions • Developing a Report Solution • Configuring Spreadsheet Report Data Options • Configuring Usage Options • Enable Background Refresh • Refresh Data When Opening the File • Configuring Definition Options • Looking at the Connection Information • Combo Box Data Modeling Tool • List Box Data Modeling Tool • Form Controls Data Modeling Tools Macro-Charged Reporting • Recording, Editing, Testing VBA Macros • Working with standard VBA Code for Report Design and Management • Building a Macro-Driven Reconciliation Program • Building Budget Variance Reporting Program • Building an Email-Based Report Distribution Program • Building a Macro-Based Report Printing System • Building a Financial Statement Preparation System • Building a Vendor and Invoice Analysis Report Location & Dates Dubai, 11 - 15 May 2014 Dubai, 19 - 23 October 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Accountants, senior and junior accountants, business analysts, accounting and finance professionals, research professionals, marketing and sales, administrative staff, supervisors, general business professionals and staff from any function who need to learn and apply state-of-the-art techniques to their daily business reporting, reconciliations, and analysis. Pre-requisite: Intermediate-Level Excel knowledge or attendance of Meirc’s Next Generation Excel program. Dynamic Business Reports and Dashboards Using Excel 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
  44. 44. 45Training & Consulting AccountingandFinance Program Outline Program Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to: • Demonstrate how they can enhance the operations of the finance and accounting departments. • Acquire internationally implemented best practices in the following areas: accounts payable, billing, budgeting, cash management and treasury, costing, filing, financial statements, general ledger, inventory and policies and procedures. • Leverage their accounting cycle skills. • Use new tools to make their job efficient and smart. • Apply their knowledge through hands-on workshops and group presentations. The Importance of Best Practices (BP) • Effective versus Efficient Tools • Functions of Management • Finance and Accounting Vision and Mission • Customer Service Survey • Purposes and Processes of Finance and Accounting (F&A) • Accounting Cycle and Financial Statements Cycle Accounts Payable (AP) Best Practices • The Life Cycle of Accounts Payable • Improving AP through Decentralization and Centralization • Enhancing AP Processing Using Vendor Analysis and Reconciliation • Electronic Expense Reporting • On-Line Purchasing Catalogue • Document Management System Billing, Collection, Inventory Cash Management, and Budgeting Best Practices • Accounts Receivable Life Cycle and Tools • Inventory Life Cycle and Tools • Improving Cash Management, Lockbox Collections, and Zero-Balance Accounts • Modern Budgeting Techniques Mindset Fixed Assets Best Practices • Fixed Assets Life Cycle and Tools • Bar Coding Systems • Capitalizing versus Expensing of Fixed Assets Monthly Reporting Best Practices Using Excel • Improving the Timeliness and Accuracy of Business and Accounting Data • Enhancing Report Development and Analysis • Consolidating your Data • Validating Data for Accuracy • Using Pivot Tables »» Preparing Periodic Reports in No Time »» Performing Efficient and Accurate Reconciliation »» Bank Statement Reconciliation »» Payroll Reporting and Analysis »» Accounts-Payable Reporting and Analysis »» General Ledger Reporting, Reconciliation and Analysis »» Budgeting Reporting and Analysis »» Invoice Analysis and Reporting »» Creating Flash Management Reports • XBRL, F9, and Dashboards • Enhancing Policies and Procedures Manuals Essential Behavioral Concepts for Enhancing the Finance and Accounting Operations • The New Set of Skills for F&A • Clean Desk Policy • Hiring the Best, Cross-Training, Back-Up Strategies, and Teamwork • Staff Responsibility Charts • Successful Meetings • Review/Authorization Procedures • Peak Performance Time Location & Dates Dubai, 16 - 20 February 2014 Dubai, 6 - 10 April 2014 London, 17 - 21 August 2014 Dubai, 7 - 11 September 2014 Dubai, 12 - 16 October 2014 Abu Dhabi, 16 - 20 November 2014 Dubai, 21 - 25 December 2014 Delivery Type: Group-Live Prerequisites: None Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time. Fees in US$ Per participant $ 4,100 Frequent nomination $ 3,690 (including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily) One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees This program is designed for: Professionals in the field of finance and accounting, managers, supervisors, and finance professionals who need to understand, apply and implement practical tools to enable them to run the finance and accounting departments more efficiently. Efficient Finance and Accounting Operations: 2014 Best Practices and Updates 5-day program in English (Public and In-company) This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.

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