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Course date: 28-03-2018 12:00 am
Capacity: Unlimited


The need for skilled report writing and presentation skills has increased in the last 20 years. Institutions increasingly seek training for their staff, however, effective writing skills are not only necessary for professionals and alike; these skills are critical in any technically-oriented professional job. Effective communications—or writing—is not writing about a specific technical topic, but about any technical topic. This means the clarity or clear message should reach the subordinate  using the presentation of the report.

Effective communication expected to express ourselves, both verbally and non-verbally, in ways that are appropriate to our cultures and situations. This means not only being able to express our opinions and desires, but also our needs and fears and to ask for advice and help. One of the challenges in writing skills is to do so in a way that a non-specialist could understand.

“No matter how good or important message is, if it is not delivered in interesting and effective way, chances are it wont be heard at all. Strong presentation skills can advance a career while pour speaking skills can ground a rising star”.


The “Effective Report Writing Skills”  and “Presentation Skills” aims at imparting participants with cutting edge report writing skills which will enable them to produce effective reports. This programme trains people to write concise, easy-to-read and professional technical and general reports for any     context. Participants will apply the skills practically throughout, and should ideally use examples of their own job related reports, to ensure application in their work and achievement of individually required outcomes.

At the end of the workshop the participants will be able to structure a presentation, establish credibility with the audience, select appropriate style for the presentation, deal confidently with difficult situations and people, involving posing and taking questions, develop successful strategies for co-presenting, presenting at internal and external board meetings, and at councils/committees and use a range of technology and visual aids.

 TARGET group


This workshop is suitable for middle to senior cadre officers whose roles demand effective communication through reports to management and board level. Officials from both private and public sectors are highly recommended to attend.


The seminar will be conducted via PowerPoint presentations, analyses of short case studies, discussion and writing action plan exercises.

VENUE : Arusha


DATE : 9th – 13th April 2018

Course date: 09-04-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 13-04-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Workshop Overview

Internal auditing is a profession that’s always evolving, always changing, especially in the area of risk-based audit approaches. Successful audit leaders know that it’s imperative that they continue to hone their skills in guiding their organizations’ risk-based auditing, while improving their current internal audit processes.

Furthermore, participants will come to understand the importance of corporate governance and enterprise risk management, while learning to identify risks, perform risk assessments, develop a risk-based assurance plan, understand entity-wide controls, and plan a risk-based engagement, this course will help audit team leaders and other management level audit professionals align their organizations’ strategies, visions, and values with the internal audit process.

Workshop Objectives

·         Identify the value of internal auditing.

·         Define internal auditing.

·         Describe the internal audit standards.

·         Discuss risk-based auditing in organizations.

·         Define corporate governance.

·         Identify the various aspects of corporate governance.

·         Define enterprise risk management (ERM) and risk.

·         Identify the difference between inherent and residual risk.

·         Identify the categories of risk.

·         Identify the elements of COSO control and COSO ERM frameworks.

·         Identify the process for performing an entity-wide risk assessment.

·         Define business process.

·         Identify the process of developing an audit plan.

·         Identify the process of performing a risk-based engagement.

·         Identify the guidelines for reporting the results of a risk-based audit engagement

Target Audience:

Chief Internal Auditors, Chief Financial Officer, Audit Committee Members, Director, Managers, Chief Accountant, Project Manager, Internal Auditors, External Auditors, Accountants and Audit Consultancy.


Lead Trainer


Emmanuel Johannes

……..Over 15 years’ experience in auditing, finance, risk management and fraud examination in Tanzania. Profession Chartered Accountant, Governance, Risk Management and Assurance Expert, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Auditor Professional (CGAP), Certified in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), ISO 31000 Certified Lead Trainers, Certified in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA), Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA).



Course date: 09-04-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 13-04-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Workshop Overview:


The “Ethics Governance and Leadership” offers an opportunity for developing competences for steering structural changes taking place in public services and thus creating a mind set of governance leading to transparency, accountability, ethical excellence and responsiveness in carrying out organizational functions.


King IV states that, "The establishment and maintenance of an ethical corporate culture requires the governance of ethics, that is, the board should ensure the company has a well designed and properly implemented ethics management process.



The new Organization Act and the King IV Report both point towards ethics as a central issue in business management. If ethics fail, the blame now falls on the shoulders of directors. The workshop underpins such ethical thoughts intended to instill high levels of ethical behaviours in order to bring greater investor confidence, customer loyalty, easier access to capital and attract top talent, all contributing to competitive advantage.

Workshop Outcomes:

At the end of the workshop, participants are expected to have learnt and understood the following:-

  • Fundamental basic principles, rules and standards of Ethics in the contemporary world.
  • Ethical Leadership in fostering good governance
  • King IV: the role of ethical leadership in corporate governance
  • Communication styles and powers of influence to attain ethical behaviours
  • Overview of the different strategies and approaches in achieving good governance and stem corruption.
  • Role of leadership in promoting good governance
  • Developing in leaders the capacity to foster and embed a culture of ethical thinking/decision making in the organization.
  • Enhance ethical leadership communication skills through exploration of narrative structures
  • Developing greater self awareness and understand other better.

Target Audience:

Ethics Committee Members, CEO’s, Executive Secretaries, Director Generals, Board Members, Chief Executives, Legal Secretaries, Senior Officers and those being groomed to assume leadership roles. 

  • Venue: Mbeya                          Date: 9th to 11th April, 2018


Course date: 09-04-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 11-04-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Description: -

Tanzania Global Learning Agency has organized training on Financial Fraud Detection, Prevention, Control and Investigation Workshop. The organization considers the potential for fraud in assessing risks to the achievement of objectives. Corporate fraud is more prevalent today than ever before. Layoffs, pressures, incentives, anonymity, computerization, and lack of privacy are all contributing factors. Fraud consumes an estimated 5% of corporate revenues. How can the auditor, investigator, accountant, financial analyst, attorney or business owner deal with fraud? By understanding fraud, the perpetrators, and the breakdowns in internal control you can develop a program to detect and prevent it.

Workshop Objective: -

The workshop aims at appreciating the need for proactive and comprehensive approach to combating fraud. According to 2014 ACFE report, organisations lose about five percent of their annual revenues to fraud. Fraud occurs in various core business functions of an organisation and a need for techniques and skills to address the problem is important. The workshop aims at supporting organisations to conduct fraud risk assessment to uncover potential fraud and identify main fraud risk areas. The workshop will also conduct high level fraud risk awareness training as well as support organisation to conduct fraud investigations.


Methodology and Duration of the Program

The duration of the program is 5 days (30 hours). Training Methodology will be based on Power point presentations and plenary sessions. Role play’s; Assessment exercises- pre and post sessions tests at the start and the end of each Module, to check the level of knowledge of participants on the topic before and after the training. Energizing exercises; Group discussions; Buzzing in pairs on a topic; Demonstrations and Case studies.



Targeting audience:

This training aims at promoting knowledge targeted to Accountants and Auditors, Assistant Lecturers, Lecturers, Students of the Profession.

Venue: Arusha




Dates : 9th – 13th  April, 2018


Course date: 09-04-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 13-04-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited