As a result of economic, industrial, and technological developments, different specialized fields in finance and accounting have emerged. To plug the skills gap, there is an urgent need for a new breed of accountant with the mind and skillsets necessary to be value-adding business partners.
Grey Sphere’s integrated approach to curricula, competencies, and training aligns with the way business is actually conducted for sustainable value creation. We embed not only pure and relevant finance and accountancy theory but also the necessary global insight, technological, business and commercial leadership skills and behaviours needed to provide the modern professional and non-professional accountant with a solid understanding of everyday work.
We provide a platform for interactive, practical and value based learning on current and hot topics. Training is delivered by subject matter and industry experts who bring practical insights from real-world experience. We run both open and tailored courses. Along with individual, corporate and government: investment banking, wealth management and financial planning and analysis to create value, the most popular branches of accounting include: financial accounting, managerial accounting, cost accounting, auditing, taxation, AIS, fiduciary, and forensic accounting.
Finance: Applied, Corporate, Finance & Banking, Risk Management, Financial Planning & Analysis, public finance, IFRS’s
Accounting I: Chart of accounts, classification different levels, cash vs accruals, Expense revenue recognition, Integration of accounting.
Accounting II: GDPR for accountants, Blockchain for accountants. Ethics, KYC/AML for accountants, interpretation of account facts, accounting records analysis and reconciliation
Neurofinance & Risk Management, Wealth management, risk analysis, forecasting models, Investment and banking finance
Understanding the universal language of business. Decoding the meaning behind the number and terms.
Bridge the gap between theory and practice. Understand the real life application of accounting to organisational goals
Understanding financial decision making and financial markets.
Best practices on how to build portfolios to achieve the optimal balance between return and risks.
Application of knowledge from finance, psychology, economics and neuroscience of investment and market behaviours.
Our Finance programmes are for entry and intermediate level professionals who want to go into businesses and organizations doing work such as security analysis, portfolio management, investment, and capital management, among others.
Accounting I programmes are focused on International Accounting and serve as a foundation programme for entry and intermediate levels. The Public Accounting Program is for entry and intermediate level personnel working for the government.
Accounting II programmes are for finance and accounting professionals whose role has expanded and are planning for career advancement in various industries, commerce and financial services.
The Neurofinance programme is for finance professionals whose role has expanded and are planning for career advancement in various industries, commerce and financial services, and want to know how to build portfolios with a sound understanding of investor and financial market behaviours.
Programmes engage participants
And deliver the exact skills required for each professional and non-professional accountant.
The model is immersive and intensive.
A focus on specialised training modules
Integrates technical, behavioural and mind-set skills required where on-the-job failure is most likely to happen.
The majority of modules emphasise practical tasks
Approach includes use of simulation COMSIM, accounting software, case studies and industry best practices.
Feedback and reporting is done on a regular basis
Assessment is done periodically ensuring that problems are identified and addressed. Students who find the course challenging will be provided extra coaching support.
Learning and instruction is delivered in many ways
In addition to traditional classroom in-person instruction, online, video, and mobile methods are also used with the support of an LMS which will also provide students with their learning tracks, goals, online tests and assessments.