4th Dimension is a training consultancy dedicated to the advancement of individuals and the imparting of knowledge.

Our Services - All Businesses

FICA

Fraud and Error

Implementation of FAIS

Credit Control Management

Practical Accounting

Finance for Non-Financial Managers

Customer Relation management

Employment Assistance Programmes (EAP’s)

Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Rating & Certification

Presentation Skills

Diversity Management

Telephone Skills

Conflict Management

People Skills

Corporate Governance

Financial Management

Business Communication: Report Writing

Pastel Training

Management of Credit Risk

Asset based Financing

Tax Consultancy

Internal Auditing

Managing Personal Finance

Bank Credit Management: 5 Point Plan

Accounts Payable / Receivable

Our Services - Audit & Accounting Firms

Trainee Induction Program

Junior Audit Training

Intermediate Audit Training

Senior & Advanced Training

Practical Accounting

Approach to Working Paper File

Introduction to Caseware

Caseware Update & Tips

Completion of Tax Returns

FICA and the Auditor’s Responsibility

Fraud and Error

Tax Workshops

 

Our Services - Islamic Banking

Courses on Islamic Finance. Presented by Mufti Shafiq Jakhura & Ml. Bilal Jakhura

 

List of Training Courses

Auditing Made Simple
- Audit Objectives
- Understanding Of The Business
- Risk Assessment
- Using Audit Tools
- Explanation Of Financial Assets And Financial Liabilities
Trainee Induction Programme
This 2 day workshop is presented as an interactive workshop that involves instruction, discussion and extensive participation activity.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All new trainee accountants employed by the firm as well as all new accounting staff employed.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically apply the knowledge gained at university. Participants will be trained so that they have the necessary skills to integrate into the firm with minimal disruption to productivity.
Caseware Training & Update
Duration: ½ day.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All staff that have not been exposed to the latest version of caseware.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically use the software to efficiently create a working paper file.
Approach to a Working Paper File
Duration: 1 day.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All new and junior accounting and auditing staff.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to prepare a quality working paper that is free of basic and time consuming errors. The main focus of the workshop is the planning of a working paper file, ensuring that participants plan their work before attempting the file.
Completion of tax returns
Duration: ½ day.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All new staff or any persons that will be involved in the preparation of income tax returns.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically apply the theory learnt at university and practically complete various income tax returns.
Completion of VAT returns
Duration: ½ day.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All new staff or any persons that will be involved in the preparation and submission of vat returns.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically apply the theory learnt at university and practically complete vat returns.
Practical Accounting
Duration: 2 Days.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All new accounting and audit staff.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants with practical working knowledge of accounting. The main focus of the course is on drawing up a set of accounts from raw information supplied by the client.
Practical Auditing – Juniors
Duration: Initial 2 day programe with a follow up day after 3 months.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All junior staff within the first six months of articles.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically apply the theory learnt at university to their work situation and be able to complete small engagements.
Practical Auditing – Intermediate 1
Duration: 2 Days.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All staff within 6 to 18 months of their training contract.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to practically apply the theory learnt at university to their work situation and be able to finalise medium to large engagements.
Practical Auditing – Intermediate 2
Duration: 2 Days.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All staff within 18 to 24 months of their training contract.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable participants to plan, execute, supervise, review and finalise audit engagements and client groups.
Practical Auditing – Senior/Advanced
Duration: 1 Day.
Who Should Attend the Course?
All staff who have completed 24 months of their training contract.
Workshop Objectives
The aim of the workshop is to enable managers and seniors to adequately plan and execute and audit as well as add value to the assignment and firm.
FICA
Fraud & Error
Implementation of FAIS
Credit Control Management
Practical Accounting
Finance for non financial managers
Customer Relations Management
Presentation Skills
Diversity Management
Telephone Skills
Conflict Management
People Skills
Corporate Governance
Financial management
Business Communication
Pastel Training
Risk Management
Asset Based Financing
Tax Consultancy
Internal Auditing
Money Management
Business Writing Skills
Front Desk Management Skills
Bank Credit Management Training
Advanced Bank Credit Management
Basic Bookkeeping Incorporating VAT

 

Accounts Payable
Overview : Accounts payable is a file or account sub-ledger that records amounts that a person or company owes to suppliers, but has not paid yet (a form of debt), sometimes referred to as trade payables.

When an invoice is received, it is added to the file, and then removed when it is paid. Thus, the Account Payable is a form of credit that suppliers offer to their customers by allowing them to pay for a product or service after it has already been received.
Learner Benefits : If you use the accrual basis of accounting, as we recommend, expenses are recorded in the cash disbursements journal at the time the goods or services are paid for or in the purchase journal if you buy on credit.

Account payable personnel must watch for fraudulent invoices. Vendors may send documents that look like invoices but in small print they state “this is not a bill”. These may be charges for directory listings or advertisements.

In accounts payable, a simple mistake can cause a large overpayment. A common example involves duplicate invoices. An invoice may be temporarily misplaced or still in the approval status, only to get duplicated and paid again under a slightly different invoice number.
Target Market : Accounts payable is the obligation that a business owes to its creditors for buying goods or services . The job of the accounts payable administrator is a serious responsibility . Paying bills on time and according to the specific terms and conditions can affect company credit ratings and ultimately business relationships. The accounts payable administrator must keep track of terms and conditions and follow them accordingly.
Outline : Accounts payable ledgers will help you control your expenditures and payables. If you maintain accurate payable ledgers , it will be easy for you to double check the bills you get from your suppliers.

 

 
                                                         
 
 
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