This course is designed for:
- Accounting and Finance Specialists;
- Fund Holders;
- Revenue Managers;
- Fund Managers;
- Cost Accountants;
- Management Accountants;
- Financial Planners;
- Cost Analysts;
- Sole Proprietors;
- Anyone from non-financial disciplines who is interested in learning business finance management.
- Free Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days;
- Free Hot Lunch on Event Days;
- Free City Tour;
- Free Stationery;
- Free On-site Internet Access;
- Diploma – Postgraduate – in Business Finance Management; or
- Certificate of Attendance and Participation – if unsuccessful on resit.
Course Contents, Concepts and Issues
- Escrow Management;
- Prohibition to Commingle Funds by an Escrow Agent;
- Benefits of Escrow Account;
- Items that are Held in Escrow;
- Establishing an Escrow Account(s): Requirements;
- Tips in Preparing for a Trouble-Free Escrow Process;
- Requirements for the Timely Deposit of Escrow Account;
- Escrow Costs;
- Escrow Funds;
- Bank Account Management;
- Secrecy of Bank Deposit;
- Money Laundering;
- Credit Management;
- The Development of Consumer and Export Credit;
- Secured and Unsecured Credit;
- Letters of Credit.
Because of the intensive nature of our courses and programmes, assessment will largely be in-course, adopting differing formats. These assessment formats include, but not limited to, in-class tests, assignments, end of course examinations. Based on these assessments, successful candidates will receive the Diploma – Postgraduate, or Postgraduate Diploma, as appropriate.
Applicants for Diploma – Postgraduate, Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Degrees are required to submit the following documents:
- Completed Postgraduate Application Form, including a passport sized picture affixed to the form;
- A copy of Issue and Photo (bio data) page of the applicant’s current valid passport or copy of his or her Photo-embedded National Identity Card;
- Copies of credentials mentioned in the application form.
On receipt of all the above documents we will make an assessment of the applicants’ suitability for the Programme for which they have applied; If they are accepted on their Programme of choice, they will be notified accordingly and sent Admission Letters and Invoices; One week after the receipt of an applicant’s payment or official payment notification, the relevant Programme Tutor will contact him or her, by e-mail or telephone, welcoming him or her to HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute; Non-European Students will be sent immigration documentation, incorporating a Visa Support Letter. This letter will bear the applicant’s photograph and passport details; Applicants will be notified of the dates, location and venue of enrolment and orientation; Non-UK students will be sent general information about ‘student life’ in the UK and Accommodation details.