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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

DESKRIPSI TRAINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Pelatihan ini membahas bagaimana cara merencanakan, mengorganisasikan, mengarahkan, dan mengendalikan pelaksanaan proyek.  Pelatihan ini sangat berguna bagi para karyawan dan supervisor yang menangani proyek dan para staf perusahaan yang beroperasi untuk mendapatkan proyek. Pembahasan dimulai dengan bagaimana profil dan dinamika proyek, konsep dan manajemen proyek ( Project Management ), teknik/metode perencanaan dan penyusunan proyek, metode-metode penilaian proyek, dan penggunaan software komputer untuk manajemen proyek ( Project Management ) .



TUJUAN TRAINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Setelah mengetahui pelatihan ini, peserta diharapkan mampu:

  1. Mengenal profil dan dinamika proyek
  2. Konsep dan fungsi manajemen proyek ( Project Management )
  3. Teknik/metode perencanaan dan penyusunan jadwal
  4. Metode penilaian proyek
  5. Penggunaan software komputer


MATERI TRAINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  1. Pendahuluan
    • Profil kegiatan proyek
    • Tahap siklus proyek
  2. Konsep dan fungsi manajemen proyek ( Project Management )
    • Proyek dan manajemen fungsional
    • Organisasi proyek
  3. Teknik dan metode perencanaan dan penyusunan jadwal.
    • Metode jalur kritis (critical path method)
    • PERT
  4. Metode-metode penilaian investasi proyek
    • Metode payback. NPV, IRR, MIRR, PI.
  5. Penggunaan software komputer.
    • Software yang sudah jadi.
    • Perancangan atau pembuatan software komputer.
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Jadwal Training 2017 – Training Schedule 2017

Berikut Informasi Jadwal Training 2017  / Schedule Training Tahun 2017

Kategori : MINING / PERTAMBANGAN / GEOLOGY TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : BUDGETING, BANKING, ACCOUNTING & FINANCE TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : HRD & LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : SALES AND MARKETING TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, PURCHASING & TENDERS TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : SECURITY TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ( IT ) TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : HUKUM / LEGAL TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT & LAB TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : TECHNICAL , ENGINEERING & MECHANICAL TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

Kategori : OIL AND GAS TRAINING 2017 ( Lihat disini )

JADWAL TRAINING 2017 / JADWAL PELATIHAN TAHUN 2017 / JADWAL DIKLAT 2017 / JADWAL SEMINAR 2017 / JADWAL WORKSHOP 2017 / JADWAL BIMTEK 2017 – TERBARU  BULAN  JANUARI 2017 – FEBRUARI 2017 – MARET 2017 – APRIL 2017 – MEI 2017 – JUNI 2017 – JULI 2017 – AGUSTUS 2017 – SEPTEMBER 2017 – OKTOBER 2017 – NOVEMBER 2017 – DESEMBER 2017

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training ( Harga, Waktu dan Tempat) silahkan Menghubungi kami.

Catatan :

  • Pelatihan ini dapat di-customized sesuai kebutuhan perusahaan Anda bila diselenggarakan dalam bentuk In-House Training. Untuk permintaan In-House Training dengan jenis topik lainya, silahkan mengirimkan ke alamat email yang tercantum di web kami.
  • Request Training. Jika anda membutuhkan informasi pelatihan yang belum tercantum pada website ini, atau anda ingin memberikan usulan materi yang sesuai dengan tingkat kebutuhan perusahaan anda, silahkan mengirimkan ke alamat emailyang tercantum.
  • Bila tidak ada tanggal dan waktu atau yang tercantum sudah kadaluarsa didalam artikel mohon tanyakan kepada kami untuk jadwal terbarunya.
  • Peserta bisa mengajukan Tanggal Pelatihan / Training selain yang tertera pada silabus penawaran.

CORPORATE LAW: Legal Aspect In Business

TRAINING OVERVIEW CORPORATE LAW Legal Aspect In Business

Perkembangan transaksi bisnis yang terkait dengan iklim investasi Asing telah mengalami perkembangan cukup pesat, dengan segala peraturan perubahan dan peraturan pelaksanaannya diadakan perubahan dan pembaruan  payung hukum investasi  yang compliance dengan standar internasional (GATT/ WTO) yang compliance   dengan ketentuan Trade Related Investment Measure (TRIMs)

Pengaturan Hukum telah mengalami modikasi  dari Hukum Dataran Eropa (European Continental Law) secara kontemporer mengaplikasikan sistem hukum Anglosaxon American  namun dalam pelaksanaan dan kinerja praktisnya sering dikeluhkan oleh Para Pelaku Usaha diantaranya karena prosedur administrative, dan pemerintah tidak berfungsi sebagai sebagai penyelenggara/ fasilitator sistem usaha/ investasi terlebih sering kali dikeluhkan sistem penyelesaian segketa dan penegakan hukum yang fleksibel terhadap iklim usaha/ investasi sehingga iklim persaingan usaha tidak berjalan dengan baik yang berdampak pada  lemahnya pengembangan  kekayaan domestik untuk daya saing produk-produk lokal, tentu saja pelaku usaha Lokal.

Pengetahuan yang komprehensif tentang perangkat dan kaedah ekonomi dalam Aspek Hukum  sudah merupakan  kewajiban bagi pelaku usaha dari tuntutan perkembangan  perekonomian dan dunia usaha, yang tidak saja mengetahui hukum nasional  dalam lingkup peraturan perundang-undangan saja, namun sesuai dengan kebutuhan dalam praktek bisnis.

Sejalan dengan kebutuhan tersebut dalam pelatihan ini memberikan landasan berpikir dan bertindak bagi pelaku usaha yang seirama dengan pembaruan hukum perseroan yang mutlak diperlukan terhadap sektor terkait diantaranya, investasi asing, sistem perbankan, pasar modal, devisa,  asuransi, finansial, kerjasama private international, dll.



TUJUAN DAN SASARAN TRAINING CORPORATE LAW Legal Aspect In Business

1.    Tujuan

  • Menjadikan pendekatan aspek hukum (legal approach) terhadap suatu aktifitas komersial/ privat dalam melakukan kegiatan usaha (produksi) sehingga dapat menjaga hubungan bisnis dan kepentingan bersama.

2.    Sasaran
Para peserta diharapkan:

  • Mengetahui dasar-dasar Hukum Korporasi (diantaranya Tanggungjawab & Kewenangan Perseroan Terbatas (Komisaris/Direksi/ Pemegang Saham);
  • Mengetahui basic Hukum Perjanjian, persyaratan validitas kontrak, formalitas, komponen standar dalam pembuatan kontrak;
  • Memahami pentingnya pemeriksaan hukum untuk transaksi bisnis  berupa uji tuntas tentang validitas modal, manajemen, kepemilikan dan prosedur usaha;
  • Memahami sspek Hukum penjaminan (Hak Tanggungan & Fidusia), dan Pengalihan Aset  (Transfer saham/ Stock, Merger & Akuisisi) Perusahaan
  • Mampu menerapkan konsep-konsep ADR/ Mediasi  dalam menyelesaikan sengketa bisnis dan menerapkan praktek simulasi (role & play) penyelesaian kasus tertentu;
  • Mengetahui pengertian dan aspek legal HKI (Paten, Merek, Hak Cipta & Desain Industri), perlisensian dan prosedur pendaftaran HKI

OUTLINE COURSE CORPORATE LAW Legal Aspect In Business

A. BASIC CORPORATE LAW

  • Kewenangan dan Tanggungjawab & Kewenangan Komisaris/Direksi, Prinsip Kehati-hatian, Good Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Ketentuan UU No. 40 Tahun 2007.

B. DRAFTING & REVIEW BUSINESS CONTRACT

  • Basic Hukum Perjanjian, persyaratan validitas kontrak, formalitas, komponen standar pembuatan kontrak, strategi & boiler plate dalam penyusunan klausul kontrak, antisipasi resiko dalam pelaksanaan kontrak, penentuan ganti rugi, strategi negosiasi dalam penyusunan kontrak, antisipasi  event default, akibat hukum dalam pelaksanaan kontrak.

C. LEGAL DUE DILIGENCE (LDD)

  • Latar belakang, tujuan & proses LDD, LDD for transaction (ex. Contract, restructuring (merger & acquisition)), Berbagai  bentuk legal audit & uji tuntas tentang validitas capitalization, ownership & management, validitas registration & approval, validitas property/ asset, validitas agreement.

D. ASPEK HUKUM PENJAMINAN ASET BISNIS

  • bentuk asset  (bergerak & tidak bergerak) dari segi Hukum, Tangible & Intangible Asset, Kepemilikan Asset & Collective Ownership, Jaminan, dan Aspek Hukum Pertanahan, Real Property Asset Transfer,  Intangible Asset Transfer, Aspek Hukum penjaminan (Hak Tanggungan & Fidusia), Transfer saham/ Stock, Merger & Akuisisi Perusahaan

E. PENYELESAIAN SENGKETA BISNIS

  • Pemahaman penyelesaian sengketa yang baik dan sesuai hukum, Penyelesaian cepat, sederhana, dan informal prosedur, Interest based solution, negosiasi & mediasi (berdasarkan UU No. 30 Tahun 1999), Mediasi (Pelaksanaan PERMA No. 1 Tahun 2008), Mekanisme efektif dalam penerapan arbitrase  (dilengkapi  role play mediasi)

F. PERLINDUNGAN HAK KEKAYAAN INTELEKTUAL (HKI)

  • Pengertian dan aspek legal HKI, Paten, Merek, Hak Cipta & Desain Industri, Licensing, Franchising, Moral rights protection, Economic rights (reproduction). Prosedur pendaftaran HKI, prosedur penyelesaian hukum pelanggaran HAKI,  Entertainment (music, film)

EXPORT IMPORT

DESKRIPSI TRAINING EXPORT IMPORT

Dewasa ini tidak sedikit para pelaku bisnis yang melakukan kegiatan perdagangan internasional, salah satunya kegiatan export dan import dalam kegiatan produksi mereka. Eksport dan import dapat bermanfaat untuk memacu pertumbuhan ekonomi dan meningkatkan devisa negara. Tetapi kegiatan eksport import bukan kegiatan yang mudah karena melibatkan penjualan atau pemasukan barang yang melewati daerah pabean atau keseluruhan wilayah indonesia meliputi darat, laut atau perairan, dan ruang udara di atasnya. Maka dari itu dibutuhkan suatu pengetahuan yang mendalam mengenai kegiatan export import beserta aturan-aturan yang harus diketahui sebelum pelaksanaannya.

MANFAAT TRAINING EXPORT IMPORT

Setelah mengikuti training ini diharapkan para peserta dapat memahami mengenai hal-hal yang perlu diperhatikan dalam kegiatan ekspor dan impor suatu barang sehingga meminimalisir permasalahan-permasalahan yang sering terjadi dalam kegiatan ini.

MATERI TRAINING EXPORT IMPORT

  1. Perdagangan internasional
    • Definisi dan manfaat perdagangan internasional
    • Jenis-jenis perdagangan internasional
    • Faktor penghambat perdagangan internasional
  1. Kepabeanan
  • Definisi dan konsep dasar kepabeanan
  • Wilayah pabean
  • Jalur dan pemeriksaan pabean
  1. Definisi eksport import
  2. Syarat-syarat kegiatan eksport import
  3. Prosedur export import
  4. Pihak-pihak yang terlibat dalam kegiatan export import
  • Kelompok indentor
  • Kelompok importir
  • Kelompok promosi
  • Kelompok eksportir
  • Kelompok pendukung
  1. Dokumen-dokumen dalam export import
  • Dokumen penting
  • Dokumen tambahan
  1. Pembayaran dalam eksport import
  2. Permasalahan yang sering terjadi dalam export import
  3. Studi kasus dan diskusi

TRAINING ANALISIS HARGA SATUAN

Jadwal TRAINING ANALISIS HARGA SATUAN 2015 di Yogyakarta (Bisa request tanggal selain yang tertera)

07-09 Juli 2015 / 28-30 Juli 2015/ 25-27 Agustus 2015 / 15-17 September 2015 / 08-10 Oktober 2015 / 08-10 November 2015 / 07-09 Desember 2015

Jadwal TRAINING ANALISIS HARGA SATUAN 2016  di Yogyakarta (Bisa request tanggal selain yang tertera)

19-21 Januari 2016 / 09-11 Februari 2016 / 15-17 Maret 2016 / 05-07 April 2016 / 10-12 Mei 2016 / 07-09 Juni 2016 / 12-14 Juli 2016 / 09-11 Agustus 2016 / 06-08 September 2016 / 11-13 Oktober 2016 / 15-17 November 2016 / 13-15 Desember 2016

Lokasi Training Pilihan : di Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Bandung, Bogor, Surabaya, Malang, Bali, Lombok, Balikpapan, Makassar, Medan, Batam, Riau, Pontianak, Semarang, Solo, Manado. (dengan harga dan minimal kuota yang berbeda)

Deskripsi Analisis Harga Satuan

Agar tercipta infrastruktur yang handal, bermanfaat dan berkelanjutan maka diperlukan pengetahuan mengenai analisis harga satuan pekerjaan. Analisa ini dilakukan dari mulai proses pengadaan sampai dengan terlaksananya suatu proyek. Setelah mengikuti training ini diharapkan peserta dapat menyusun analisa / Analisis harga satuan pekerjaan sehingga proyek dapat berjalan sesuai dengan perencanaan.

 

 

Materi Analisis Harga Satuan

  1. Ruang lingkup analisa /analisis harga satuan
  2. Pedoman penyusunan analisa /analisis harga satuan pekerjaan
  3. Proses analisa /analisis harga satuan pekerjaan
  4. Indeks komponen harga satuan pekerjaan
  • Pekerjaan persiapan
  • Dokumentasi
  • Pengujian mutu pekerjaan
  • Penggambaran
  • Penggandaan buku atau kontrak atau laporan
  1. Studi kasus dan diskusi

Metode

Presentasi, Diskusi , Brainstorming, Case Study

Investasi dan Fasilitas

  • Rp.5.800.000 (Non Residential)
  • Quota minimum 2 peserta
  • Fasilitas : Certificate,Training kits, USB,Lunch,Coffe Break, Souvenir
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 3 peserta)

Instruktur

Thoriq Arif Ghuzdewan, ST., MSCE and team

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training ( Waktu dan Tempat) silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

Mobile : 0823 2326 5005 – 0857 2459 5005

Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

TRAINING COST CONTROL

DESKRIPSI TRAINING COST CONTROL

Beberapa jabatan penting yang menangani masalah keuangan suatu perusahaan tentu harus mengetahui dengan pasti dan benar bagaimana langkah ataupun cara yang benar mengelola segala unsur dari segi keuangan mengingat keuangan merupakan salah satu fungsi penting dalam mencapai tujuan perusahaan. Biaya yang masuk dalam aspek keuangan perusahaan adalah semua pengorbanan yang perlu dilakukan untuk suatu proses produksi, yang dinyatakan dengan satuan uang menurut harga pasar yang berlaku, baik yang sudah terjadi maupun yang akan terjadi. Biaya yang dikeluarkan oleh perusahaan tentunya harus dikontrol sedemikian rupa agar biaya tersebut dapat diminimalisir dan juga pihak perusahaan dapat mengetahui apakah biaya yang dikeluarkan tersebut dapat digunakan secara efektif. Mengingat orientasi utama bisnis adalah laba maka biaya harus diminimalisir sedemikian rupa agar laba yang didapatkan dapat optimal. Untuk mewujudkan hal tersebut diperlukanlah strategi-strategi khusus untuk mengontrol biaya.



TUJUAN DAN MANFAAT TRAINING COST CONTROL

Setelah mengikuti training ini diharapkan peserta dapat :

  1. Melakukan pengawasan atas biaya
  2. Menetapkan kebijaksanaan harga
  3. Meramalkan laba yang akan datang
  4. Mengukur atau menjajaki biaya modal kerja
  5. Memberikan pemahaman secara menyeluruh mengenai budget cycle
  6. Memahami hubungan antara budget dan strategic planning
  7. Meningkatkan kemampuan peserta dalam membuat budget dengan beberapa pendekatan aplikatif
  8. Meningkatkan pemahaman tentang project budgeting
  9. Memahami cost control dengan pendekatan strategic dan transactional



MATERI TRAINING COST CONTROL

1. Principles of Budgeting and Cost Control

  • The Critical Functions of Management
  • The Budget as a Key Financial Statement
  •  Development of internal control
  • Key elements of cost control

2. The budgeting cycles

  • Environmental analysis
  • Formulating company objective and strategy
  • Tactical and operating plan
  • Operating budget: Analysis into Quarters and Months; Seasonal Factors

3. Expense Budgeting

  • Zero-based budgeting
  • Activity base
  •  Fund available
  • Detail and Completeness
  • Allocations from Cost Centers

4. Budgeting and Costing Techniques

  • Forecasting Methods
  • Break-even Analysis
  • Use of Standards
  • Trend Analysis
  • Cost Estimation

5. Project Budgeting

  • Project Planning
  • Direct and Indirect Projects Costs

6. Capital Expenditure Budgeting and Analysis

  • Guideline of capital expenditure
  • Calculation: Accounting Rate of Return; Payback Period; Net Present Value; Internal Rate of Return

7. Cost Control and Management Budget Reports

  • Approaches to Cost Control: Strategic Control; Transactional Control; Process control
  • Understanding the Need for Timeliness and Precision
  • Variance Analysis

 

Peserta

Manajer/ staf perusahaan  di bidang Keuangan , Akutansi dan Budgeting

Lokasi Training Pilihan : di Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Bandung, Bogor, Surabaya, Malang, Bali, Lombok, Balikpapan, Makassar, Medan, Batam, Riau, Pontianak, Semarang, Solo, Manado. (dengan harga dan minimal kuota yang berbeda)

 

Investasi dan Fasilitas Training

  • Harga : (dilampirkan dalam Brosur penawaran)
  • Fasilitas : Certificate, Training kits, USB 8 GB, Lunch, Coffe Break, Souvenir, City Tour
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 2 peserta)
  • Quota minimum Running 2 peserta (jogja, Solo, Semarang) Quota minimum Running 3 peserta (Jakarta , Bandung dan Surabaya ) –  ( Untuk Manado, Bali , Batam, Pontianak, Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)

 

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

Mobile : 0823 2326 5005 – 0857 2459 5005

Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

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Letters of Credit Training

Jadwal training 2015 di Yogyakarta (tentative / as request)

28-29 Mei 2015 / 15-16 Juni 2015 / 20-21 Juli 2015/ 10-11 Agustus 2015 / 15-16 September 2015
08-09 Oktober 2015 / 09-10 November 2015 / 08-09 Desember 2015

Jadwal Training 2016 di Yogyakarta (tentative / as request)

19-20 Januari 2016 / 09-10 Februari 2016 / 15-16 Maret 2016 / 05-06 April 2016 / 10-11 Mei 2016 / 07-08 Juni 2016 / 12-13 Juli 2016 / 09-10 Agustus 2016 / 06-07 September 2016 / 11-12 Oktober 2016 / 15-16 November 2016 / 13-14 Desember 2016

Including UCP 600 and Alternative Payment Methods
Learn to fully comply with Letters of Credit requirements. Get involved in the set-up process, learn the basic terminology and significance of various documents, and learn how to prevent and handle discrepancies. Learn how to insure that you receive payment for your shipments, how to get paid faster and how to lower bank fees.

If your organization uses Letters of Credit, then your staff should understand Letters of Credits.

FULL DAY SESSION 8:30 a.m. TO 4:00 p.m. 

I. INTRODUCTION/THE PAYMENT DECISION

  • Decision Making and Payment Methods
  • Risk to International Trade Payment
  • Traditional Payment Methods

II. LETTERS OF CREDIT AS METHOD OF PAYMENT

  • Parties to the Letter of Credit
  • Payments under Letters of Credit
  • Costs and Benefits
  • Types of Letters of Credit

III. LETTERS OF CREDIT PROCEDURE

  • Quotation
  • Instructions for the Letters of Credit
  • Checklist for Letters of Credit
  • Document Preparation and Presentation
  • Discrepancies

IV. TYPES OF LETTERS OF CREDIT

  • Revocable or Irrevocable
  • Confirmed and Unconfirmed
  • Restricted Letter of Credit

V. SPECIAL TYPES OF LETTERS OF CREDIT

  • Variations You Will See
  • Revolving – Standby – Transferable
  • Red Clause, Green Clause
  • Time Drafts and Bankers Acceptances

VI. UNIFORM CUSTOMS AND PRACTICE 600 & COMMENTARY AND ISBP

  • International Standard Banking Practices (ISBP)
  • Commentary on the UCC of the Indonesian
  • NOTE: Discussion on UCP 600

VII. EXPORT TRANSACTION REVIEW

  • Amendment to the Letter of Credit
  • Checklists
  • Documents Checklists (Commercial Invoice, Bill of Lading, Packing List, Insurance, etc.)
  • Letter of Transmittal to Bank

VIII. IMPORT LETTERS OF CREDIT

  • Parties Agree to Letter Of Credit as Payment Method
  • Buyer Applies for Letter of Credit
  • Seller Receives and Accepts the Credit
  • Nominated Bank Review Documents
  • Issuing Bank Exchanges Documents for Payment
  • Importer Picks up Goods

IX. CASE STUDY ON AN EXPORT LETTER OF CREDIT
X. NON-TRADITIONAL PAYMENT METHODS
XI. RESOURCE SECTION

Investasi dan Fasilitas Training

  • Harga : (dilampirkan dalam Brosur penawaran)
  • Fasilitas : Certificate, Training kits, USB 8 GB, Lunch, Coffe Break, Souvenir, City Tour
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 2 peserta)
  • Quota minimum Running 2 peserta (jogja, Solo, Semarang) Quota minimum Running 3 peserta ( Jakarta & Bandung) –  ( Untuk Manado, Bali , Batam, Pontianak, Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)

Lokasi Training (Tentative) dengan harga yang berbeda

  • Hotel Santika Kuta, Bali
  • Hotel Nagoya Plaza, Batam
  • Hotel Fave, Balikpapan
  • Hotel Aston, Manado
  • The Santosa Villas and Resort, Lombok
  • Hotel Gino Ferucci, Bandung
  • Hotel Santika Pandegiling, Surabaya
  • Hotel Fave Pasar baru Jakarta, Jakarta
  • Hotel Ibis Solo
  • Hotel Aston, Pontianak
  • Hotel Ibis Simpang Lima, Semarang
  • Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

 

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

Mobile : 0823 2326 5005 – 0857 2459 5005

Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

TRAINING CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT

Jadwal Training 2015:

  • 26 – 27 Januari 2015
  • 23 – 24 Februari 2015
  • 25 – 26 Maret 2015
  • 27 – 28 April 2015
  • 25 – 26 Mei 2015
  • 24 – 25 Juni 2015
  • 27 – 28 Juli 2015
  • 24 – 25 Agustus 2015
  • 21 – 22 September 2015
  • 26 – 27 Oktober 2015
  • 23 – 24 November 2015
  • 21 – 22 Desember 2015

Deskripsi TRAINING CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT 

Dengan perkembangan ekonomi yang semakin cepat, kompleks, dan terintegrasi dengan negara lain menyebabkan kondisi ekonomi akan sangat rentan untuk bergejolak. Yang tentunya akan berdampak terhadap kualitas kredit suatu bank. Kegagalan bank dalam mengantisipasi risiko terutama risiko kredit dapat menyebabkan kerugian cukup besar bagi bank. Sangatlah penting bagi suatu bank untuk dapat mengidentifikasi, mengukur, memonitor dan mengontrol tingkat risiko tersebut sehingga dapat mengurangi tingkat kerugian (loss) dan mengurangi biaya kredit ( credit cost ).



TUJUAN TRAINING CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT 

  • Memahami konsep Manajamen Risiko secara umum dan Risiko Kredit   ( credit risk ) secara khusus
  • Mempelajari bagaimana bank mengelola Risiko Kredit   / credit risk (Kebijakan Risiko Kredit, Metodologi Dan infrastruktur)
  • Menguasai cara menghitung Risiko Kredit  / credit risk  (Credit Scoring, Migration Analysis, Credit Portfolio Model)
  • Memahami bagaimana membangun model Stress Testing
  • Melakukan Risk Assessment dan Memitigasi Risiko kredit  ( credit risk )
  • Membuat Proyeksi Tingkat NPL di masa yang akan datang

MATERI PELATIHAN CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT 

1. Pengantar Manajemen Risiko Kredit ( credit risk )

  • Mengapa Bank Memerlukan Manajemen Risiko
  • Definisi Manajemen Risiko

2. Bagaimana Bank Mengelola Risiko Kredit  ( credit risk )

  • Infrastruktur
  • Metodologi
  • Kebijakan Kredit

3. Bagaimana Menghitung Risiko Kredit  ( credit risk ) ?

  • Credit Scoring, Credit Migration, Credit Portfolio Model, Credit Exposure Model
  • Parameter Risiko (PD, LGD dan EAD)

4. Implikasi Faktor Risiko

  • Jenis Faktor-faktor Risiko
  • Bagaimana Membangun Stress Testing Model dan Menyikapi hasil Stress Testing tersebut
  • Berapa Besar Dampaknya Terhadap Pencadangan Kerugian Kredit (PPAP) ?

5. Studi Kasus : Risk Assessment Pada Personal Loan (KTA)

  • Penilaian Risiko (Risk Assessment)
  • Mitigasi Risiko

6. Proyeksi Tingkat NPL

  • Menggunakan Faktor Makroekonomi
  • Net Flow Analysis (Migration Rate)
  • Vintage Analysis

PESERTA PELATIHAN CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT 

Peserta yang dapat mengikuti antara lain :

  • Analis Kredit
  • Manajer Portofolio
  • Analis Risiko
  • Pimpinan Cabang
  • Audit Internal

PEMBICARA / TRAINER CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT 

PEMBICARA / FASILITATOR INSTRUKTUR :

R. Rachmat Sumedhi, SE, FMAcc, MM & Team

Adalah lulusan Magister Science of Management (Finance), National University – Indonesia, Fellow of Master of Accountancy, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Australia, Sarjana Ekonomi Universitas Katolik Atmajaya Jakarta.

Saat ini beliau menjabat Chief Consultant/ Assistant to President Director salah satu Multifinance Asing di Indonesia, beliau juga dosen tidak tetap pada Universitas Riau dan Universitas Nasional, 27 tahun berpengalaman sebagai konsultan manajemen dan 22 tahun sebagai pengajar Training-training dan seminar-seminar mengenai Manajemen, Risk Management, Keuangan, Operational, HR and Development Programs. Mempunyai pengalaman bekerja di berbagai negara seperti ROC Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Hongkong, Australia dan PNG.

Dalam Dua belas tahun terakhir beliau mengisi berbagai seminar dan training-training ( Public dan In house training) untuk banyak perusahaan seperti BAPEPAM, PT PAL – Surabaya, Orang Tua Group, PT CMNP – Jakarta, PT Krakatau Steel – Cilegon, PT Biore, PT Sucofindo, PT Pertamina, PT Askrindo, PT Toyota Manufacturing Indonesia Motors BTMU, PT Hexindo Adi Perkasa, PT Bumiputera BOF Finance, PT Bank Tokyo Mitsubishi – UFJ (BTMU) BRI Finance, PT BNP, PT U Finance Indonesia, PT EPSON, PT Mitsubishi UFJ Leasing and Finance, PT Jasa Reasuransi Indonesia, JAMSOSTEK, Cimb Niaga, Bank BJB, BCA, BRI, bank-bank asing dan nasional, dan lainnya



Jadwal Pelatihan:

  • 26 – 27 Januari 2015
  • 23 – 24 Februari 2015
  • 25 – 26 Maret 2015
  • 27 – 28 April 2015
  • 25 – 26 Mei 2015
  • 24 – 25 Juni 2015
  • 27 – 28 Juli 2015
  • 24 – 25 Agustus 2015
  • 21 – 22 September 2015
  • 26 – 27 Oktober 2015
  • 23 – 24 November 2015
  • 21 – 22 Desember 2015

Investasi :

Rp 5.000.000,- / Orang

Rp. 4.850.000-/ Orang (Bila mengirimkan lebih dari 1 Orang

Running Minimal 2 Orang (training di Yogyakarta)

  • Fasilitas : Certificate, Training kits, USB 8 GB, Lunch, Coffe Break, Souvenir, City Tour
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 2 peserta)
  • Quota minimum Running 2 peserta (jogja, Solo, Semarang) Quota minimum Running 3 peserta ( Jakarta & Bandung) –  ( Untuk Manado, Bali , Batam, Pontianak, Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)

Lokasi Training (Tentative) dengan harga yang berbeda

  • Hotel Santika Kuta, Bali
  • Hotel Nagoya Plaza, Batam
  • Hotel Fave, Balikpapan
  • Hotel Aston, Manado
  • The Santosa Villas and Resort, Lombok
  • Hotel Gino Ferucci, Bandung
  • Hotel Santika Pandegiling, Surabaya
  • Hotel Fave Pasar baru Jakarta, Jakarta
  • Hotel Ibis Solo
  • Hotel Aston, Pontianak
  • Hotel Ibis Simpang Lima, Semarang
  • Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

 

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

Mobile : 0823 2326 5005 – 0857 2459 5005

Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

Strategi Menghadapi Audit Kepabeanan, Keberatan dan Banding

Strategi Menghadapi Audit Kepabeanan, Keberatan dan Banding

Training Description :

Training ini untuk menunjang kelancaran proses ekspor-impor, lebih jauh lagi agar perusahaan tidak mengalami kerugian. Pelatihan ini khusus didisain dan dikembangkan bagi para eksekutif ekspor impor untuk memberikan keterampilan pemahaman yang mendalam mengenai proses audit dan pengawasan dalam aktifitas kepabenan sampai proses ke Pengadilan dalam menangani kasus-kasus yang terjadi paska audit.

Metode Pelatihan :

Metode yang digunakan dalam pelatihan ini adalah lektur, workshop, studi kasus dan konsultasi interaktif.

Outline :

  1. Gambaran umum kepabeanan
    • Daerah pabean
    • kawasan pabean
    • Kewenangan pabean
    • Pengertian Tarif Bea Masuk Indonesia/HS No.
    • Mengenal Buku Tarif Bea Masuk Indonesia
    • Cara mengklasifikasi barang.
  2. Nilai Pabean
    • Nilai Pabean
    • Penetapan Nilai Pabean
  3. Pengawasan dan Audit Kepabeanan
    • Pembukuan Kepabeanan
    • Tatalaksana Audit di Bidang Kepabeanan
    • Tahap Perencanaan Audit
    • Tahap Pelaksanaan Audit
    • Tahap Pelaporan dan Tindak Lanjut Audit
    • Audit atas Importir Umum dan Produsen
    • Audit Fasilitas Kawasan Berikat
  4. Strategi Menghadapi Audit Kepabeanan
    • Strategi Menghadapi Audit
    • Memahami Audit Kepabeanan
    • Memahami Potential Customs Exposure
    • Memanfaatkan Fasilitas Kepabeanan
    • Melaksanakan Sistem Pembukuan dan Pengaturan Fisik Barang dengan Baik
    • Melakukan Customs Compliance Review saat Pelaksanaan Audit
  5. Pengajuan Keberatan dan Banding
    • Dasar Hukum
    • Pengajuan Keberatan
    • Pengajuan Banding
  6. Sanksi Administratif Kepabeanan
    • Jaminan kepabeanan dan atau cukai
    • Denda dalam Nilai Rupiah
    • Denda dalam Prosentase dari BM

INSTRUKTUR

Dr. Danang Wahyu M SH. M.Hum

Metode

Presentasi, lecture, studi kasus, tanya jawab, brainstorming, diskusi, praktek,

Jadwal Training 2015

Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

  1. 16 – 18 Maret 2015
  2. 23 – 25 Maret 2015
  3. 30 Maret – 01 April 2015
  4. 06 – 08 April 2015
  5. 13 – 15 April 2015
  6. 20 – 22 April 2015
  7. 27 – 29 April 2015
  8. 04 – 06 Mei 2015
  9. 11 – 13 Mei 2015
  10. 18 – 20 Mei 2015
  11. 25 – 27 Mei 2015
  12. 03 – 05 Juni 2015
  13. 08 – 10 Juni 2015
  14. 15 – 17 Juni 2015
  15. 22 – 24 Juni 2015
  16. 29 Juni- 01 Juli 2015
  17. 06 – 08 Juli 2015
  18. 13 – 15 Juli 2015
  19. 27 – 29 Juli 2015
  20. 03 – 05 Agustus 2015
  21. 10 – 12 Agustus 2015
  22. 18 – 20 Agustus 2015
  23. 24 – 26 Agustus 2015
  24. 31 Agustus – 2 September2015
  25. 07 – 09 September 2015
  26. 14 – 16 September 2015
  27. 21 – 23 September 2015
  28. 28 – 30 September 2015
  29. 05 – 07 Oktober 2015
  30. 12 – 13 Oktober 2015
  31. 19 – 21 Oktober 2015
  32. 26 – 28 Oktober 2015
  33. 02 – 04 November 2015
  34. 09 – 11 November 2015
  35. 16 – 18 November 2015
  36. 23 – 25 November 2015
  37. 30 November-2 Desember 2015
  38. 07 – 09 Desember 2015
  39. 14 – 16 Desember 2015
  40. 21 – 23 Desember 2015
  41. 28 – 30 Desember 2015

Investasi dan Fasilitas

  • Rp.5.500.000 (Non Residential) Yogyakarta
    • Fasilitas : Certificate, Training kits, USB 8 GB, Lunch, Coffe Break, Souvenir, City Tour
    • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 2 peserta)
    • Quota minimum Running 2 peserta (jogja, Solo, Semarang) Quota minimum Running 3 peserta ( Jakarta & Bandung) –  ( Untuk Manado, Bali , Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)

    Lokasi Training (Tentative):

    • Hotel Santika Kuta, Bali
    • Hotel Nagoya Plaza, Batam
    • Hotel Fave, Balikpapan
    • Hotel Aston, Manado
    • The Santosa Villas and Resort, Lombok
    • Hotel Gino Ferucci, Bandung
    • Hotel Santika Pandegiling, Surabaya
    • Hotel Fave Pasar baru Jakarta, Jakarta
    • Hotel Ibis Solo
    • Hotel Ibis Simpang Lima, Semarang
    • Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

     

    Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

    Mobile : 0823 2326 5005 – 0857 2459 5005

    Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

    Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

    Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

    Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

Kepailitan

Kepailitan

Tujuan Pelatihan Kepailitan

Kepailitan merupakan prosedur hukum yang digunakan sebagai jalan terakhir untuk menyelesaikan masalah keuangan perusahaan, setelah seseorang menempuh berbagai alternatif penyelesaian. Kepailitan bisa mengakibatkan penyitaan properti jika ternyata properti itu merupakan jaminan gadai yang belum dibayar. Training ini akan memberikan pemahaman mengenai dasar hukum kepailitan hingga langkah penanganan adanya kepailitan.

Materi Training Kepailitan

  1. Pengertian Pailit
  2. Tinjauan Kepailitan Secara Umum Berdasarkan UU No.37 Tahun 2004
  3. Konsekwensi Hukum Kepailitan
  4. Kurator Sebagai Pihak Profesional dalam melakukan pembagian Budel
    Pailit kepada para Kreditur
  5. Pembagian Budel Pailit Sebagai Upaya pemenuhan Kewajiban Debitur
  6. Status Hukum Pemegang Hak Tanggungan dan Jaminan Lainnya
    dilindungi Undang-Undang
  7. Tinjauan Penundaan Kewajiban Pembayaran Utang (PKPU) secara Umum Berdasarkan UU No.37 Tahun 2004
  8. PKPU Sebagai Alternatif Perdamaian dalam upaya Restrukturisasi
    Utang
  9. Konsekwensi PKPU dan kepailitan Sebagai Akibat Hukum Wanprestasi
    terhadap perdamaian
  10. Penanganan Piutang Bermasalah dan strategi penanganannya.
  11. Latar belakang timbulnya Piutang Bermasalah
  12. Alternatif-alternatif penanganan piutang bermasalah
  13. Penanganan piutang bermasalah melalui hukum perdata
  14. Eksistensi Pengadilan Niaga dalam hal penyelesaian Piutang bermasalah dan Perkembangannya dalam era globalisasi
  15. Peranan dan fungsi Kurator dalam Kepailitan dalam penyelesaian piutang bermasalah
  16. Kepailitan dan efektifitasnya dalam recovery utang.
  17. Strategi melakukan gugatan perdata / kepailitan yang efisien & efektif
  18. Efektifitas penggunaan gugatan perdata & kepailitan dalam pengembalian utang

Metode   
Presentasi, diskusi, dan studi kasus

 

Jadwal Training 2015

Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

  1. 09 – 11 Maret 2015
  2. 16 – 18 Maret 2015
  3. 23 – 25 Maret 2015
  4. 30 Maret – 01 April 2015
  5. 06 – 08 April 2015
  6. 13 – 15 April 2015
  7. 20 – 22 April 2015
  8. 27 – 29 April 2015
  9. 04 – 06 Mei 2015
  10. 11 – 13 Mei 2015
  11. 18 – 20 Mei 2015
  12. 25 – 27 Mei 2015
  13. 03 – 05 Juni 2015
  14. 08 – 10 Juni 2015
  15. 15 – 17 Juni 2015
  16. 22 – 24 Juni 2015
  17. 29 Juni- 01 Juli 2015
  18. 06 – 08 Juli 2015
  19. 13 – 15 Juli 2015
  20. 27 – 29 Juli 2015
  21. 03 – 05 Agustus 2015
  22. 10 – 12 Agustus 2015
  23. 18 – 20 Agustus 2015
  24. 24 – 26 Agustus 2015
  25. 31 Agustus – 2 September2015
  26. 07 – 09 September 2015
  27. 14 – 16 September 2015
  28. 21 – 23 September 2015
  29. 28 – 30 September 2015
  30. 05 – 07 Oktober 2015
  31. 12 – 13 Oktober 2015
  32. 19 – 21 Oktober 2015
  33. 26 – 28 Oktober 2015
  34. 02 – 04 November 2015
  35. 09 – 11 November 2015
  36. 16 – 18 November 2015
  37. 23 – 25 November 2015
  38. 30 November-2 Desember 2015
  39. 07 – 09 Desember 2015
  40. 14 – 16 Desember 2015
  41. 21 – 23 Desember 2015
  42. 28 – 30 Desember 2015

Investasi dan Fasilitas

  • Rp.5.500.000 (Non Residential)
  • Quota minimum 2 peserta
  • Fasilitas : Certificate,Training kits, USB,Lunch,Coffe Break, Souvenir
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 3 peserta)

Instruktur

  1. DR Sefiiani SH MH and team
  2. Tri Ciptaningsih SE MM and team

TRAINING MARKETING AND COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE

TRAINING MARKETING AND COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE

DESKRIPSI

Market Intelligence merupakan kegiatan yang sangat penting untuk memperoleh informasi, mengolah, menganalisis, menyusun strategi dan program mengenai potensi pasar, persaingan, tingkat persaingan, customer dan potensi sumber daya dalam proses pengambilan keputusan. Sistem intelijen pemasaran merupakan bagian dari sistem informasi pemasaran serta sangat erat kaitannya dengan sistem catatan intern perusahaan dan riset pemasaran. Informasi tersebut dapat berasal dari dalam perusahaan sendiri, konsultan riset pemasaran, biro periklanan, pemasok, pelanggan, bahkan pesaing.

Dengan melakukan market intelligence ini, peserta dapat mengetahui sejauh mana respon pasar terhadap produk dan jasa yang kita miliki, yaitu dengan cara melakukan analisis terhadap kondisi dan peluang pasar, analisis customer, dan analisis pesaing. Tujuannya adalah untuk menciptakan pertumbuhan ekspor produk dan jasa Indonesia, peningkatan market share, serta memaksimalkan revenues, dengan cara menyeimbangkan antara cost dan price dari berbagai produk/jasa yang kita miliki.

Kegiatan workshop ini diharapkan dapat memberikan bekal kepada seluruh peserta agar dapat lebih melihat peluang untuk meningkatkan networking dalam rangka memasarkan produk-produk Indonesia ke dunia internasional.(ev)

Objectives

Tujuan yang diharapkan dari kegiatan pelatihan ini antara lain:

  1. Peserta mampu melihat dan memanfaatkan potensi dan peluang pasar dari aktivitas usaha yang dijalankan
  2. Memperoleh besaran biaya yang efisien sehingga dapat menawarkan harga yang lebih bersaing
  3. Memperoleh informasi mengenai kinerja pesaing dan tingkat persaingan
  4. Memperoleh peningkatan customer responsiveness
  5. Memperoleh peningkatan loyalitas customer melalui consumer behavior.
  6. Dapat membuat action plan untuk peningkatan kinerja marketing dan promosi secara berkesinambungan.

MATERI KURSUS

  1. Pengertian Market Intelligence
  2. Konsep Market Intelligence
  3. Menentukan Indicator Yang Relevan Untuk Sustainable Business Development
  • Peluang Pasar
  • Analisis Pesaing
  • Sustainable Growth Of Sales
  • Volume, Profit, Market Share
  • Brand Loyalty
  • Customer Relationship
  • Brand Equity
  1. Bentuk Informasi Market Intelligence
  2. Sumber-sumber Market Intelligence
  3. Berbagai Data yang dibutuhkan dalam Market Intelligence
  4. Market Intelligence bagi perusahaan
  5. Membentengi Market Intelligence dari Pesaing
  6. Manfaat Market Intelligence
  7. Proses Market Intelligence hingga penyesatan Informasi
  8. Analisa dan Evaluasi Market Intelligence
  9. Marketing Information system
  10. Memberdayakan Market Intelligence
  11. Melakukan SWOT Market Intelligence
  12. Management by Fact
  13. Studi Kasus Implementasi Market Intelligence

PESERTA

Business Development Head, Marketing Director, Marketing Manager, Brand Manager, Product Manager, Strategy Analyst dan specialist yang memerlukan pemahaman atas sisi aplikatif dari Competitive & Marketing Intelligence.

INSTRUKTUR

Tri Hendro Sigit Prakosa, SE, MBA, CFP / Team

METODE

Presentation, Discussion, Case Study, Evaluation Pre test & Pos Test

FASILITAS

  1. Certificate
  2. Training Modul
  3. Flashdisk
  4. NoteBook and Ballpoint
  5. Jacket or waistcoat or T-Shirt
  6. Bag or backpackers
  7. Training Photo
  8. Training room with full AC facilities and multimedia
  9. Once lunch and twice coffeebreak every day of training
  10. Qualified instructor
  11. Transportation for participants from hotel of participants to/from hotel of training

Training Customer satisfaction – (Methodology and Statistics)

Training Customer satisfaction – (Methodology and Statistics)

Description Customer satisfaction 

Informasi aktual mengenai ekspektasi atau harapan pelanggan dan persepsi pelanggan terhadap produk atau jasa yang kita tawarkan sangat dibutuhkan sebagai dasar tindakan perbaikan atau perubahan untuk mengeliminasi ketidaksesuaian yang telah menimbulkan ketidakpuasan pelanggan. Untuk itu pemahaman yang mendalam tentang survey kepuasan pelanggan ( Customer satisfaction ) berikut analisis statistiknya tentunya harus dimiliki oleh setiap manajer atau para pengambil keputusan agar perusahaan memiliki informasi dalam pengambilan langkah-langkah strategis.

Tujuan training Customer satisfaction

Tujuan dari pelatihan ini adalah untuk memberikan pengetahuan praktis tentang metodologi survey dan analisis statistik yang berkaitan dengan pengukuran kepuasan pelanggan ( Customer satisfaction ) bagi manajer perusahaan atau organisasi yang menghasilkan produk atau jasa

Outline Materi training  Customer satisfaction:

  • Prinsip umum pelaksanaan survey
  • Teknik Sampling
  • Kuesioner
  • Customer Index :
  1. Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI)
  2. Customer Satisfaction Gap Index(CSGI)
  3. Customer Priority Index (CPI)
  4. Customer Loyalty Index (CLI)
  • Analisis Deskriptif dan Uji Statistika



Instruktur training Customer satisfication  

Dra. MC Maryati MM and Team

Jadwal Training 2015 (Tentative / as request)

Training Customer satisfaction – (Methodology and Statistics)

Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

  1. 09 – 11 Maret 2015
  2. 16 – 18 Maret 2015
  3. 23 – 25 Maret 2015
  4. 30 Maret – 01 April 2015
  5. 06 – 08 April 2015
  6. 13 – 15 April 2015
  7. 20 – 22 April 2015
  8. 27 – 29 April 2015
  9. 04 – 06 Mei 2015
  10. 11 – 13 Mei 2015
  11. 18 – 20 Mei 2015
  12. 25 – 27 Mei 2015
  13. 03 – 05 Juni 2015
  14. 08 – 10 Juni 2015
  15. 15 – 17 Juni 2015
  16. 22 – 24 Juni 2015
  17. 29 Juni- 01 Juli 2015
  18. 06 – 08 Juli 2015
  19. 13 – 15 Juli 2015
  20. 27 – 29 Juli 2015
  21. 03 – 05 Agustus 2015
  22. 10 – 12 Agustus 2015
  23. 18 – 20 Agustus 2015
  24. 24 – 26 Agustus 2015
  25. 31 Agustus – 2 September2015
  26. 07 – 09 September 2015
  27. 14 – 16 September 2015
  28. 21 – 23 September 2015
  29. 28 – 30 September 2015
  30. 05 – 07 Oktober 2015
  31. 12 – 13 Oktober 2015
  32. 19 – 21 Oktober 2015
  33. 26 – 28 Oktober 2015
  34. 02 – 04 November 2015
  35. 09 – 11 November 2015
  36. 16 – 18 November 2015
  37. 23 – 25 November 2015
  38. 30 November-2 Desember 2015
  39. 07 – 09 Desember 2015
  40. 14 – 16 Desember 2015
  41. 21 – 23 Desember 2015
  42. 28 – 30 Desember 2015

Investasi dan Fasilitas

  • Rp.5.900.000 (Non Residential) 1 – 2 Peserta
  • Rp.5.500.000 (Non Residential) 3 – 5 Peserta
  • Fasilitas : Certificate,Training kits, USB 8 GB,Lunch,Coffe Break, Souvenir, City Tour
  • Untuk peserta luar kota disediakan transportasi antar-jemput dari Bandara/Stasiun ke Hotel (berlaku bagi perusahaan yang mengirimkan minimal 2 peserta)
  • Quota minimum Running 2 peserta (jogja, Solo, Semarang) Quota minimum Running 3 peserta ( Jakarta & Bandung) –  ( Untuk Manado, Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)

 *diluar kota jogja harga menyesuaikan

Tempat (Tentative):

  • Hotel Santika Kuta, Bali
  • Hotel Nagoya Plaza, Batam
  •  Hotel Fave, Balikpapan
  • Hotel Aston, Manado
  • The Santosa Villas and Resort, Lombok
  • Hotel Gino Ferucci, Bandung
  •  Hotel Santika Pandegiling, Surabaya
  • Hotel Fave Pasar baru Jakarta, Jakarta
  • Hotel Ibis Solo
  • Hotel Ibis Simpang Lima, Semarang
  • Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

 

Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training silahkan Menghubungi kami via :

Mobile : 0823 2326 5005, 0857 2459 5005

Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / info@jadwaltraining.co.id

Blog : https://informasitrainingdanseminar.wordpress.com

Web: www.informasitraining-indonesia.com

Web www.jadwaltraining.co.id

 


Training Project Financing (Pembiayaan Proyek)

Training Project Financing (Pembiayaan Proyek)

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Permintaan Brosur penawaran terkait harga, tempat, Instruktur dll, Isi Registrasion form berikut ini  :

atau via Email : trainingcenterindo@gmail.com / contact@informasitraining-indonesia.com

atau bisa juga Via Telpon SMS/WA/BBM.

Kami menerima request waktu, tempat & fasilitas hubungi kami untuk informasi lebih lanjut.

Training Project Financing (Pembiayaan Proyek)

Program Description Project Financing  

Project finance merupakan salah satu pendekatan untuk mengoptimalkan return suatu proyek investasi. Pendanaan investasi suatu proyek dengan skema project financing ini berbeda dengan skema pinjaman konvensional dan dipandang lebih memiliki advantages dibandingkan dengan conventional lending. Memahami perbedaan dan kemampuan untuk mengimplementasikannya antara project finance dan coventional lending sangat penting bagi perusahaan yang melakukan investasi suatu proyek. Namun demikian, implementasi project financing dalam prakteknya tidaklah mudah, karena menyangkut lintas disiplin yang harus dikuasai.


Dalam pelatihan ini para peserta akan difasilitasi sehingga mengetahui dan bisa hal-hal berikut ini:

  • Langkah-langkah apa saja yang harus dilalui dalam pendanaan suat u proyek?
  • Bagaimana st rat egi pendanaan yang paling ef isien?
  • Bagaimana aspek akunt ansi dan pajak dalam pendanaan proyek sert a bagaimana st rat egi ef isiensi pajak t anpa melanggar perat uran yang berlaku?
  • Bagaimana mengelola resiko yang t erkandung dalam proyek t ersebut ? sert a pihak-pihak mana saja yang t erlibat dalam proyek?

Pelatihan ini akan membahas pengert ian modern of project f inancing, analisa dan proses alokasi risiko-risiko proyek, sumber-sumber pendanaan proyek, st rat egi ef isiensi pajak, sert a met ode evaluasi proyek. Juga dilengkapi dengan full-day case study pada hari terakhir pelatihan dengan memilih satu proyek yang akan dibahas dan dirancang menjadi sebuah project feasibility study yang lengkap dan dibahas secara mendalam terutama aspek finansial menggunakan toolkit berupa spreadsheet.

Dengan menggunakan metode pelatihan yang interaktif dan menyenangkan dalam bentuk lecture dan case study, discussion diharapkan para pesert a dapat aktif berpart isipasi sehingga memiliki pemahaman yang mendalam baik secara konsept ual maupun implement asinya dalam pekerjaannya sehari-hari.



Metode Training Project Financing :

Met ode yang digunakan dalam pelat ihan ini adalah kuliah, workshop, st udi kasus dan konsult asi int erakt if disert ai dengan cont oh-cont oh lengkap berupa prosedur proses, dokumen, toolkit, dan lain-lainnya.



Benefit Pelatihan Project Financing  :

Setiap peserta akan mendapatkan: COMPLETE Toolkit ”Project Financing” dalam softcopy


Tujuan Pelatihan Project Financing :

  • Memahami modern project financing sert a perbedaannya dengan convent ional lending
  • Menent ukan apakah suat u proyek invest asi sebaiknya didanai berdasarkan skema pendanaan proyek at au berdasarkan skema pinjaman konvensional
  • Mampu melakukan analisa risiko proyek dan mengalokasikan risiko-risiko proyek t ersebut t erhadap berbagai pihak yang berkompet en
  • Menget ahui cara dan mampu melaksanakan evaluasi kelayakan suat u proyek invest asi yang didanai berdasarkan skema project f inancing, dan mampu menggunakan Project Financing Toolkit berupa spreadsheet
  • Mengetahui st rat egi dalam ef isiensi pajak yang sesuai dengan perat uran berlaku



Agenda dan Materi  Project Financing :

HARI KE 1

1. Project Finance Overview

  • Overview of Modern Project Finance
  • Def init ion of a project – t he dist inguishing f atures The rationale f or using project f inance and t rends What kinds of project s are f inanced

2. Part ies Involved in Project Finance

  • Sponsor
  • The Project Finance
  • Company
  • The Borrowing Entity
  • Financial Advisers
  • Technical Expert s & Consult ant s
  • Cont ract ors
  • Ot hers

3. St ages in t he Project Finance

  • St age 1: The Feasibilit y Study
  • St age 2: Planning
  • St age 3: Arranging and St ruct uring t he Finance
  • St age 4: Monit oring t he Financing

4. Project Analysis

  • Market Analysis
  • Technical Analysis
  • Financial Analysis
  • Economic Analysis

HARI KE 2

5. Project Finance Risks

  • Classif icat ion and ident if i
  • cation of risks Risk Matrices
  • Risk allocat ion and mitigation

6. Project Evaluat ion & Select ion/Decision Cash f low

  • •discount ed cash f low Discount rate
  • Present value
  • Net present
  • value IRR
  • Prof it ability index

7. Sources of Funding

  • Types of equit y and debt Methods of obtaining f inance
  • Structure of capital markets Int ernat ional issues
  • Bond issues and securitisation

8. Project documentation

  • Underlying Documents
  • Finance documens
  • Securit y documents
  • Supporting Documentation
  • Expert s’ Report s and Legal Opinions

HARI KE 3

9. Conducting a Full Day Case Study (in group) in Project Financing

  • Choosing Case Study Topic
  • Scenario Case Study
  • Creating Project Feasibility Study – Non Financial aspects
  • Creating Project Feasibility Study – Complete Financial aspect using spreadsheet / toolkit
  • Conducting Presentation of Case Study & Discussion

Developing and Implementing the Business Plan

Developing and Implementing the Business Plan

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Developing and Implementing the Business Plan

Program Outline

Developing the Business Plan

  • Definition of a Business Plan
  • Benefits of a Business Plan
  • The Planning Process
  • Getting the Commitment of the Team

Value Chain Analysis

  • Understanding the Firm’s Value Chain
  • Linkages as Drivers of Competitive Advantage

Vision and Mission Statements

  • Definitions and Methodologies
  • Examples of Vision and Mission Statements

Market Situation Analysis

  • General (Macro) Environment
  • Specific Environment, Includes:
    • Market and Customer Segmentation
    • Competition
    • Price Elasticity
      • Price Elasticity Definition
      • Price Elasticity and Performance
      • Forces that Shape Price Elasticity
    • Market Potential, Size and Share
    • The Growth-Share Matrix, SWOT and Gap Analysis

Goals, Strategies and Tactics

  • The SMART Objectives Concept
  • Examining Strategic Alternatives
  • Tactics Preparation and Programs
  • Program Implementation Schedule

The Science and Art of Forecasting

  • Forecasting Definitions and Assumptions
  • Forecasting  Methods:
    • Time Series
    • Causal Methods
    • Judgemental Approach

Resources Needed

  • Linking with Programs Schedule
  • Workforce and Workforce Charts
  • Budgets

Basic Financial Concepts

  • The Income Statement
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • Break-Even Analysis

Concluding the Business Plan

  • Goal Tree: The Whole Plan at a Glance
  • The Executive Summary

Successful Business Plan Implementation

  • Owning the Plan
  • Supporting the Plan
  • Adapting the Plan
  • Controlling the Plan
    • Sales and Financial  Reviews
    • Individual Performance Reviews

Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment

Training Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment

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Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment

Overview

A good business continuity plan is based on a sound analysis of the risks that an organization faces. Without a Business Impact Analysis and Risk Assessment you cannot justify your continuity or recovery strategy. If you fail to identify a risk you can neither manage it nor effectively plan for its consequences.

Your Business Impact Analysis:

Identifies the critical processes and dependencies within your organization.
Estimates the financial and other consequences if minimum service levels cannot be achieved.
Identifies the time constraints and minimum service levels you need to plan for in your recovery operations.
Determines which recovery strategies will work if organizational objectives are to be achieved.

Your Risk Assessment:

Identifies possible threats the continued operations of your organization.
Identifies cost-effective measures to mitigate those threats.
Determines, in conjunction with your business impact assessment, how much you should spend on risk reduction and business recovery planning.

This seminar is designed to give you practical methods for identifying the threats your organization faces, determining their impact, prioritizing the risks, and generating the information you need to create a cost-effective business recovery strategy.

What will I learn?

In this seminar you will learn:

How to conduct a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) to determine the critical processes in your organization.
The importance of the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and how these determine your recovery strategy.
How to identify critical processes in your organization: who to ask and what questions to ask them.
How to save time and money following a disaster by using a Minimum Service Level (MSL).
Practical methods for identifying and prioritizing risks.
Quantitative and qualitative techniques for risk assessment.
How to cost-justify your Business Continuity strategy.

Who should attend?

You should attend this seminar / workshop if:

You are writing a Business Continuity Plan and need to identify which risks the plan should cover or which recovery strategy you should adopt.
You are maintaining or updating an existing Business Continuity Plan and therefore need to ensure that all major threats have been addressed in the plan.
You are responsible for an IT department’s Disaster Recovery Plan, and wish to ensure that the department’s plan will meet the organization’s needs.
You are responsible for managing the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Planning process.
You are a financial officer or controller, and therefore have responsibility for risk.

Key Accounting Concepts for Non-Financial Managers

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Training Key Accounting Concepts for Non-Financial Managers

Overview

Course duration: 2 day.

This 2-day course provides an overview of key accounting concepts and how they can impact on the analysis and interpretation of company financial statements.

Accounting terminology and concepts can seem unfathomable to non-financial managers, and this course will help delegates to learn the language that is used by accountants, to enable more successful appraisal of financial information and to engage in dialogue with finance personnel.

Is it right for me?

This course is relevant for managers and senior executives working in departments such as procurement, human resources, legal, mergers and acquisitions and credit control, who may need to understand some accounting concepts and terminology in order to successfully appraise financial statements.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the terminology seen in company financial statements.
  • Appreciate the impact of key accounting concepts on analysis of company performance and financial position.
  • Comprehend the basics of group financial statements including subsidiaries and joint ventures.
  • Calculate ratios and adjust them to ensure relevance to the financial statements being appraised.
  • Look for signs of creative accounting.
  • Navigate the notes to the financial statements and extract useful information from them.

What will it cover?

Revision of financial statements format and basic ratios

  • The set of financial statements – income statement, balance sheet, statement of cash flows, note to the accounts
  • Profitability, efficiency, liquidity and solvency ratios
  • Analysing the statement of cash flows

Accounting treatments and their impact on ratios

  • Valuation of assets and liabilities
  • Impairment of assets
  • Intangible assets
  • Revenue recognition policies
  • Provisions and contingencies
  • Accounting for leases
  • Pensions and other employee benefits

Group financial statements

  • Types of investments – subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures
  • Goodwill
  • Foreign subsidiaries

Notes to the financial statements

  • Operating segment analysis
  • Related party disclosures
  • Areas of significant judgment
  • Risk exposure
  • Going concern risk

An Introduction to Effective Project Management

Training An Introduction to Effective Project Management

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Training An Introduction to Effective Project Management

Overview

Course duration: 2 days.

This highly practical introductory course provides you with all the essential skills, tools and techniques that you’ll need to support you in your project management role. The course concentrates on the practical techniques that you can apply directly to your own workplace.

This course is focused on exploring the fundamental principles of successful project management and incorporates a number of easy to apply, effective tools and techniques that, when applied in the workplace, will allow the attendees to become more confident and competent in managing a project. A number of easy to use checklists are also included.

Is it right for me?

Suitable for individuals who are:

  • New to the role of project manager and/or lack any formal training in the discipline of project management.
  • Looking to adopt a project approach to managing work or are setting up a project support office.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Recognise when it is appropriate to adopt a ‘project’ approach to managing your workload.
  • Apply a simple lifecycle to a project to break it into easy to manage stages.
  • Clearly define your projects to provide real clarity in terms of project scope, roles and responsibilites and other key factors.
  • Confidently plan, organise and document a project by using a wide variety of tools that add value to the project management process.
  • Identify and manage risks proactively to minimise the impact of any deviations from the original plan.
  • Become more effective in monitoring and controlling the project work, change requests and resourcing pressures by using best practice processes and techniques.
  • Understand what lessons can be learnt from managing work using a project approach.
  • Tailor your approach to projects of varying size and complexity.

What will it cover?

What is a Project?

  • Defining what we mean by project working and how it differs from the day job
  • Determining a structured approach to managing projects – the project lifecycle
  • Understanding why projects fail – what to watch out for

Defining a Project

  • Understanding the role of the project manager and other key stakeholders
  • Appreciate the importance of teamwork within the project
  • How to clearly define a project
  • Setting and agreeing objectives, scope and constraints
  • Understanding what questions to ask
  • Recognising the need for project governance
  • Simple risk management tools and techniques available to avoid surprises

Planning a Project

  • Exploring tools and techniques used in planning a project including work breakdown structures, Gantt charts, network diagrams and critical path analysis
  • Determine the key project documentation and data display methods used on a project
  • Scheduling techniques to maximise limited resources
  • How to make time and cost estimates more credible and realistic
  • How to plan for identified risks
  • Defining and delivering against agreed quality expectations
  • Recognise the need for a change management process and version control in a project

Implementing a Project

  • How to monitor, track and control activities
  • What impact will changes have on the project?
  • Determine corrective actions to ensure the project remains on track
  • How to communicate the status of a project more effectively

Closing and Reviewing a Project

  • Understanding the need for a controlled close to a project
  • Measuring what actually happened against the plan
  • Learning lessons – both positive and negative
  • Closing down and moving on

Finance for Senior Managers and Directors

Training Finance for Senior Managers and Directors

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Training Finance for Senior Managers and Directors

Overview

Course duration: 2 days.

As a director, whether executive or non-executive, you have responsibilities beyond the norm. Your financial role extends beyond management to financial strategy, corporate governance, group structure and stakeholder expectations.

This two-day course covers finance from the point of view of a director whose primary expertise is not financial, yet who is expected to participate in the financial direction and management of a business.

This course covers the financial terminology needed to communicate at board level and with key stakeholders. As well as instilling the key features of company accounts and the corporate budgeting process, it provides valuable insights into the strategic aspects of financial management, enabling participants to hold their own in the boardroom and with senior colleagues.

Is it right for me?

This course is suitable for directors, both executive and non-executive; also for senior managers close to board level who wish to participate in financial matters more effectively.

It is suitable for those with little or no prior financial training, although those with some financial grounding will still benefit significantly.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand financial terminology and financial statements
  • Maximise profitability by effective management of your company’s performance and asset base
  • Make better business decisions from evaluating financial data
  • Interpret a set of statutory accounts using ratios
  • Understand the structure of groups and group accounting
  • Understand the difference between profit and cash
  • Perform various project appraisal techniques
  • Understand sources of risk and manage risk
  • Perform company valuation calculations
  • Manage the politics surrounding budget setting and negotiation
  • Set appropriate key performance indicators (KPIs)
  • Apply the balanced scorecard

What will it cover?

Refresher on Income Statement and Balance Sheet

  • Compile an income statement and balance sheet
  • Understand the terminology of the statements
  • Understand common adjustments included
  • Identify capital expenditure vs operational expenditure
  • Debt vs equity
  • Interpret a set of statutory accounts using ratios
  • Understand the difference between profit and cash

Group accounts

  • Maximise profitability by effective management of your company’s performance and asset base
  • Make better business decisions from evaluating financial data
  • Understand the structure of groups and group accounting

Investment appraisal

  • Perform various project appraisal techniques
  • Understand sources of risk and manage risk
  • Perform company valuation calculations

Budgeting

  • Manage the politics surrounding budget setting and negotiation
  • Set appropriate KPIs
  • Apply the balanced scorecard

Planning, Organising and Controlling Projects

Training Planning, Organising and Controlling Projects

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Training Planning, Organising and Controlling Projects

Overview

Course duration: 2 days.

This two-day course has been designed to enable the more experienced project manager to align the key tools with their current project management skills and practically apply the principles to their projects.

As organisations continue to embrace project management methodologies, there is an increased need for formal project management tools and techniques to be employed.

Is it right for me?

Suitable for project managers, project planners and any staff whose core responsibilities are planning and executing the day-to-day management of activities within a project and whose organisation already has clear project management processes and procedures in place. An understanding of basic project management theory is beneficial, along with prior knowledge of using Gantt charts and critical path analysis.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Appreciate the range of techniques and tools used in planning, organising and controlling projects and have an opportunity to practise them on a micro project i.e. in a ‘risk free’ environment.
  • Produce accurate, workable plans giving a detailed breakdown of costs, timescales, tasks and resources.
  • Understand how to implement earned value metrics to measure efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Quantify the impact of problems and changes in real terms of resources, time and costs.

What will it cover?

Reviewing the Fundamentals

  • Review of the project life cycle
  • Project scope, definition and specification
  • The different project roles, responsibilities and boundaries
  • Stakeholder management and engagement

Planning Projects for Results

  • Milestone Planning
  • Requirements Management
  • Work breakdown structures
  • Estimating and scheduling work
  • Network diagrams and Gantt charts
  • Resource scheduling and levelling
  • The value of qualitative risk analysis
  • Contingency planning
  • Understanding and delivering against agreed quality expectations

Organising the Project

  • Managing the established milestones
  • Getting to grips with information management
  • Managing project costs – what you need to know

Controlling the Project

  • Earned Value Management
  • Handling the changes and challenges that affect projects
  • Running effective change control processes
  • Managing configuration control – changes, review and status accounting
  • Risk monitoring and issues logs

TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP ANALYSIS

TRAINING TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP ANALYSIS

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TRAINING TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP ANALYSIS

DESKRIPSI

TRAINING OUTLINES
1. Review konsep manajemen kegiatan dan keuangan.
2. Konsep penganggaran dan tujuan penganggaran.
3. Adakah perbedaan praktik penganggaran lembaga pemerintah dan non-pemerintah?
4. Elemen-elemen anggaran yang baik dan proses-proses penganggaran.
5. Tata kelola Tools Key Performance Indicator.
6. Metode estimasi anggaran (Total Cost of Ownership Analysis).
7. Computer based estimation

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Supervisor, Kepala Bagian, Manajer, Senior Manajer, Direktur

METHOD
Lecturing, workshop, interactive discussion, sharing and case study.

Business Performance Analysis

Training Business Performance Analysis

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Training Business Performance Analysis

Decision makers rely on sound analysis to make timely strategic actions. However, when the information is incomplete, inaccurate or measures the wrong indicators, the decision making process can bring to wrong choices and loss of time and resources.

Identify your business needs correctly and recognise areas that need to be improved before they become major issues. Walk away from this course with a clear plan to establish performance benchmarks and indicators aligned with your business objectives and allow more informed decisions.

 

Course topics include

  • Avoid uncertainty about how well the business is performing
  • Ensure you’re getting the most out of the business and market opportunities
  • Understand when your business is moving in a direction different to the one you had planned
  • Assess your core activities to support informed decision making
  • Identify new opportunities and recognise risks

Course Outline

Strategic objectives

  • Establish a firm and quantified baseline.
  • Undertake an environmental scan to establish the changes in the operating environment that are expected.
  • Understand opportunities and/or threats.
  • Understand strategic objectives and how they define the gap and the desired direction of travel.

Strategy

  • The role of strategy, Statement of intent and outcomes framework.
  • Understand cause and effect in your business.
  • How can strategy can be distilled into, and presented as, a strategy map?

Causal logic

  • Understand the relationships between those factors that fundamentally affect the success of the organisation (causes or drivers).
  • What are the key outputs and outcomes that define success (effects or strategic objectives).
  • What are the high impact factors or drivers to be measured and are they within the organisation’s ability to influence?
  • Understand the underlying causal relationships between strategic goals, drivers of performance and effective outputs and outcomes.

Metrics

  • Develop a coherent set of measures that translates strategy and the corporate vision into specific, quantified measures that collectively indicate both the current performance and, by means of leading indicators, the likely future performance.
  • How communicate these measures?

Governance

  • Discuss the need for effective management arrangements.
  • Who “owns” the performance measures, whose performance is being reported, who is accountable, and who needs to own the measures?
  • How best to use the reporting framework?

Reporting

  • Measure what counts rather than count what’s easiest to measure.
  • How can reporting encourage collegiate working, between all individuals?

Individual performance

  • How do you drive the ‘People processes’? Strategic performance management must matter to the individual. It must link to the individual’s objectives and performance management.
  • How align individuals to the core values of the organisation?
  • Ensure individual incentives align to strategic objectives and incentives. Create a “line of sight”.

Actions to drive performance

  • Common mistakes in using performance measures.
  • How to recognise and celebrate success?
  • Encourage the team to debate and collectively seek solutions.

Managing Strategic Finance Initiatives

Training Managing Strategic Finance Initiatives

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Training Managing Strategic Finance Initiatives

This new training course will teach you how to successfully manage strategic finance initiatives in your organisation. Our expert facilitator will use practical examples of strategic finance initiatives to illustrate how the finance professional can add real value at each stage of the project.

Whether looking at internal processes, revisiting the organisation’s capital structure, stress testing internal KPIs and loan covenants, implementing system upgrades or Shared Services, or performing a proforma acquisition analysis, the methodology taught in this course will help you prepare for any strategic finance initiative.

Learn how to influence key stakeholders, coordinate with related projects and units, report performance against plans, and overcome pitfalls that could endanger the objectives of the initiative.

Course topics include

  • How to manage and oversee strategic finance initiatives in your organisation
  • Review strategic finance initiatives to prioritise the most valuable to the organisation
  • Understand the likely resources needed for different initiatives
  • How to manage stakeholder needs and expectations
  • Manage and report performance against project plans
  • Overcoming barriers to success

Who should attend?

Financial managers, accountants, cost controllers, corporate treasurers, CFOs, investment analysts, financial analysts, senior management teams

Course Outline

Establishing initiatives and defining their scope

  • Identifying and assessing the opportunities
  • Formulating goals, objectives and scope
  • Understanding who needs to be involved
  • Defining project dependencies
  • Setting deliverables and deadlines
  • Getting it underway

Examples of strategic finance initiatives

  • Types of strategic finance initiatives
  • Commonalities and differences between different projects
  • Understanding what is involved
  • What defines a successful initiative
  • Where it can go wrong
  • Keeping liquidity, solvency, profitability and equity as your focus
  • Review and discussion of examples

Overseeing and driving the initiative

  • The Finance Professional’s role in managing and controlling initiatives
  • Key steps in the process
  • Driving the project team
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Coordinating and cooperating with related projects and units
  • Delivering results on time and budget

Measuring and monitoring progress

  • Evaluating your results
  • Raise and track issues, risks and conflicts
  • Removing barriers that endanger the objectives of the projects
  • Key steps to ensure the initiative doesn’t fail

Reporting on progress

  • The importance of communication to the success of the initiative
  • Understanding who needs to know what
  • Managing stakeholder needs and expectations
  • Managing and reporting performance against project plans
  • Understanding how to influence the people who have to make the initiative work
  • Ensuring ongoing buy-in and support

Finance for the Non Financial Manager

Training Finance for the Non Financial Manager

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Training Finance for the Non Financial Manager

If you are not confident working with financial concepts and language, you are not alone!  More and more, managers are expected to make financially based decisions without the assurance of a formal financial background.

 Finance for the Non Financial Manager is an in-depth and practical two-day course that demystifies financial concepts and provides tools for enhancing your effectiveness as a manager.

 By the conclusion of the course you will have more clarity, be able to connect the facts with figures and communicate easily in financial terms.  You will be able to comprehend the content of financial statements, analyse and interpret financial information, understand the importance of cash flow, match your budgets to realistic targets and accurately appraise investments.

10 Great reasons why you should attend this course

  1. Understand the “big picture” of accounting and finance and how this relates to business decision-making
  2. Effectively analyse the impact of your financial decisions on your business
  3. Draw accurate conclusions on a company’s competitive positioning
  4. Recognise the importance of, and gain the skills necessary to produce realistic and useful budgets
  5. Appreciate the factors, which affect the reliability of accounting information
  6. Appreciate the fundamental dynamics of the pricing arena and seek long-term tactical solutions to strategic pricing issues
  7. Understand the power of discounted cash flow in management decision-making
  8. Discover how to “read” and analyse a set of company accounts
  9. Confidently communicate with accountants in their own language
  10. Make better investment decisions by learning better evaluation and appraisal techniques

Course Outline

The Accounting Process – from Transactions to Financial Information

  1. Develop an understanding of the sources of financial information
  2. Gain an insight into accounting systems, terminology and concepts
  3. Examine why the timing of a transaction is so important to the finance function
    • The accounting records: general or nominal ledger & trial balance
    • Debits and credits demystified
    • Income vs. expenditure, assets vs. liabilities, capital vs. revenue expenditure
    • P&L account vs. balance sheet: categorisations and their inter-relationships
    • Accounting concepts and the accounting rule book: accruals, prudence, substance over form, true & fair, materiality

The Driving Forces Behind Financial Information

  1. Overview of the accountant’s role and the content of the annual report
  2. Understand the role of the finance function and how the information you provide is used
  3. Know where to find useful information
  4. An introduction to the Balanced Scorecard
    • The users of financial information and meeting their different needs: the finance function, types of accountants, financial vs. management accounting and the treasury function
    • Annual financial statements: why they are produced, contents, what you should look for and what is not revealed

Exercise: Applying the accounting concepts

Analysing and Interpreting Financial Information

  1. Discover the language of finance
  2. Learn what a set of accounts reveals about a company’s current situation, profitability and future prospects
  3. Discover how to effectively use all the available information
  4. Understand why and how figures can be manipulated
  5. Understand working capital management
    • Learning the jargon and recognising what is revealed in the financial press
    • How does the international dimension to accounting relate to you?
    • Analytical review and ratio analysis:
      • Profitability (return on capital employed, profit margin and non-standard performance measures)
      • Efficiency (asset / stock turnover, debtor / creditor days)
      • Investment (interest / dividend cover, earnings per share, dividend yield)
      • Gearing
      • Liquidity (current ratios, working capital, cash cycles)

Exercise: Analysing and interpreting a listed company’s annual report
Exercise: Analysing the financial statements of two companies in order to evaluate their relative strengths and weaknesses

Cash Flow and Cash Management

  1. Understand why and how cash is king
  2. Focus on ways a business manages this most important resource
  3. Highlight the importance of cash flows in analysis and forecasting
    • Cash vs. profit: why profit does not tell the full story and the importance of cash
    • Examining how cash flow statements indicate the stability, adaptability and long term potential of a company
    • Cash flow forecasts as a planning tool
    • How the treasury manages cash

Exercise: Identifying cash movements to predict future cash flows

TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE BUSINESS DECISIONS


Planning and Budgetary Control

  1. Breaking down barriers between the management accounting and operations departments
  2. Determining why budgets play a key role and are not simply an annual chore
  3. Integrating budgets with strategy – the Balanced Scorecard in practice
  • Purposes of budgets: the link between the strategic plan and the company culture
  • Budgets as motivators
  • Tailoring your priorities to match your company’s wider strategic objectives
  • Setting realistic goals you can apply to your areas of responsibility
  • How your role relates to the budget cycle
  • Key budgeting techniques
  • When, why and how you should use zero / priority based budgets
  • Post-budgeting review: variance analysis – how and why it is performed
  • Understanding the difference between budgets and cash flows and how they relate to one another

Exercise: “Budgeting – The Big Picture”: How you can make budgeting more efficient and improve on existing practices

Costing – Essential Tools for Effective Management

  1. Demystifying management accounting
  2. Introduction to key costing techniques
  3. Evaluate the real usefulness of costing techniques for accurately calculating and ensuring profitability
    • Overview of costing principles
    • Understanding the differences between direct and indirect costs
    • Overheads: allocation, apportionment and absorption
    • Activity Based Costing
    • Break-even analysis: ensuring fixed costs are covered
    • Costing for control: standard costing

Exercise: Determining accurate cost per unit for effective decision making

Pricing for Profit – Practical Pricing Theory

  1. Obtain a clear understanding of the models, myths and mistakes in pricing strategy
  2. Create confidence when applying these ideas in practice
    • The 10 key fallacies of pricing and determining appropriate responses
    • How to price effectively for profit
    • Evaluating pricing methods: which should you use and when?
      • Cost based pricing: a value-added approach
      • Customers: an “outside in” pricing
      • Competitors: predict their price

Exercise: “Beating the Competition”

Project Appraisal – the Investment Decision

  1. Fundamental tools of investment appraisal
  2. Apply and work with these tools to maximum effect in the workplace
  3. Cost of capital and WACC – how these are determined
    • Return on capital employed: why it is used, what it tells us and its limitations
    • Payback period: the problems of a short-term view in investment appraisal
    • Discounted cash flow techniques: the vital importance of net present value
    • Sensitivity analysis: how sensitive are key decisions to potential changes in circumstances?

Exercise: Evaluating the investment decision

Fundamentals of Oil and Gas economics

Training Fundamentals of Oil and Gas economics

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Training Fundamentals of Oil and Gas economics

Description

This course will expose participants to basic economic and financial concepts. It is designed for “non-economist” professionals who wish to understand more about the economics of oil and gas exploration. This is not an Excel modelling course, although there may be some simple Excel based exercises to help reinforce the learnings.

New skills you will learn:

  • Understanding basic financial and economic concepts in relation to the Oil & Gas industry
  • Identifying the key components of Oil & Gas cash flow
  • Understanding and evaluating risk
  • Evaluating investment opportunities

COURSE OUTLINE

Introduction to the Oil & Gas industry

•             Key drivers of NZ Oil & Gas industry

•             Similarities and differences with the global Oil & Gas industry

•             Economic, geopolitical and other influences

Exploration fundamentals

•             Understand the process of exploring, appraising and producing

•             How are reserves classified

Cash flow analysis and valuation

•             Key components of Oil & Gas cashflow

•             How field characteristics affect capital costs and revenue profile

•             Oil price forecasts

•             Discounting and present value

Current regulatory regimes overview

•             Identifying elements of fiscal regimes

•             Depreciation and deductible expenditures

•             Environment and health and safety

•             International comparisons

Valuing risky assets and portfolios

•             Probability and risk explained

•             Understanding basic economic drivers to make investment decisions

•             Alternative methods for decision making under uncertainty

•             Risk management techniques

•             Evaluation methods for investments

•             Portfolio diversification

The Finance Leader training – Building a High Performing Finance Team

Training The Finance Leader – Building a High Performing Finance Team

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training The Finance Leader – Building a High Performing Finance Team

No matter the size or the sector of a company, high performing finance teams are a critical factor to succeed in the fast-paced business environment. High performing finance teams don’t just ‘happen’ but are the result of long-term planning, good management and positive leadership.

Use the pre -workshop questionnaire to assess how your team currently rates against core criteria for high performing finance teams. Use our leadership models to get clear on the role you play in creating a high performance finance team. Explore the ideal composition of your finance team,  and identify the factors that determine your finance team’s success. You will leave with a personal action plan to take your team towards higher performance and practical tools to support you.

Course Topics include

  • Assesssment of your team against high performance criteria
  • Understanding what makes finance teams successful
  • Your leadership role in creating high performance
  • The dream finance team composition
  • Developing high performing finance talent – engage, motivate and retain your key people
  • Adapt your leadership style to achieve best outcomes for your team

COURSE OUTLINE

The finance dream team

  • Key roles within the finance team
  • Identifying your team’s role in the wider organisation
  • Promoting the success of your team
  • Dealing with technical specialists

 

Identifying teams’ success factors

  • Identifying different types of teams and personalities
  • Matching personality types with job function
  • Traits of builders, strategic and persuader personalities
  • Steps in high performing team development
  • Identifying team purpose, roles and responsibilities
  • Exercise: drafting your dream team

 

Aligning the finance team with company’s key business drivers

  • Committing your staff to the broader company vision
  • Promoting sustainable values and common targets
  • Building teams able to deal with the fast-paced finance environment
  • Defining what “good” looks like in the finance team
  • Building finance talent
  • Promoting a resilient culture  to handle with change

 

Shaping your leadership style

  • Identifying common leadership styles
  • Exercise: Which kind of leader are you?
  • Setting and communicating clear expectations
  • Supporting people’s improvement through timely and appropriate feedback
  • Maintaining high standards of performance
  • Executing persuasion and influence
  • Dealing with dissatisfaction

Building and engaging your staff

  • Understanding key strength and weaknesses of your team
  • Involving your team in problem solving
  • Holding people accountable for results
  • Supporting a collaborative culture minimising the risk conflicts

Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Rolling Forecasts

Training Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Rolling Forecasts

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Rolling Forecasts

This in-depth masterclass will allow you to effectively link strategic planning, budgeting and forecasting. Rolling forecasts offer greater visibility into future operating performance. Unlike budgets, they reflect the fact that operations don’t switch off at year-end. Making good business projections isn’t as hard as it sounds.

Well-established forecasting techniques, used properly, can significantly improve profits. Implementing forecasts and invigorating your planning techniques can take some of the guesswork out of operational decision making and put the focus back on optimising profitability, rather than putting out fires.

COURSE OUTLINE

Strategic planning in organisations

  • Strategic planning models & frameworks
  • From strategic plan to business plan
  • Strategic plans and financial plans
  • Identifying strategic gaps and risks
  • Communicating strategy across the organisation

Building financial plans

  • The traditional budget process
  • Integrating planning and budgeting
  • Involving managers at an operational level in the budgeting process
  • Communicating the budget process

Leading edge trends in budgeting

  • Beyond budgeting
  • Activity based budgeting
  • Zero based budgeting
  • Priority based budgeting
  • Trending and benchmarking

Why change from traditional budgeting to a rolling forecast?

  • Why do so many managers dislike the traditional budgeting system?
  • Budgets versus forecasts
  • Historical versus forecasted
  • Identifying your reasons for changing to a rolling forecast
  • Determining the benefits gained from rolling forecasts

Changing the way you set targets and measure performance

  • Linking performance management and forecasts
  • How does the budget fit within the overall context of business planning and performance management?
  • Successfully integrating forecasting and budgeting as essential tools for measuring performance

Examining the factors that can improve your forecasting capabilities

  • Standardising your inputs and forecast methods
  • Limiting biases
  • Measuring performance
  • Adopting collaborative sales and operational planning

Examining forecasting methods

  • High/low extrapolation
  • Time series decomposition
  • Regression
  • Consensus forecasts
  • Scenarios
  • Trending
  • Benchmarking

Matching rolling forecast time periods to your business cycle

  • Rolling forecast time period vs level of detail for your business needs
  • Determining the time spent on planning and budgeting
  • Relating your rolling forecast to month end

Identifying and using business drivers in the rolling forecast

  • Identifying drivers specific to your organisation and processes
  • Linking rolling forecasts with the reality of past results
  • Accommodating multiple business components

Designing and implementing rolling forecasts

  • Incorporating the variables to establish accurate indicators and benchmarks
  • Creating an adaptive performance measurement framework
  • Measuring against benchmarks rather than budgets
  • Linking activity based budgeting (ABB) in a rolling forecast process
  • Software solutions supporting rolling forecasts

Critical success factors: Managing and controlling the implementation

  • The key building blocks for an effective rolling forecast process
  • Obtaining early management buy-in and stakeholder acceptance of the need for change
  • Developing the business case for change, identifying costs and estimated benefits
  • Techniques for avoiding the pitfalls associated with implementation

Linking rolling forecasts with your strategic planning

  • Using a rolling forecast as a management tool
  • Integrating forecasts into the strategy review
  • Strategy, plans and performance indicators
  • Linking rolling forecasts to your financial reporting
  • Fast tracking month end close
  • Changing from reporting actuals to budget and replacing this with actuals to forecast
  • Complementing your financial reporting with KPI reporting

Linking Finance Strategy with Business Strategy

Training Linking Finance Strategy with Business Strategy

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Training Linking Finance Strategy with Business Strategy

The finance function is evolving. To stay ahead of the competition, businesses look to finance to respond to strategic issues, to capitalise on their analytical insights as well as to evaluate potential growth opportunities. The pressure is on for finance to focus and take on a more dynamic and active role throughout the company in developing and implementing business strategies.

Linking Finance with Business Strategy explores the implications of the business strategy from a financial perspective. This course is particularly suited for financial managers who are facing the challenge of creating a strong link between business strategy and finance objectives.

 

Course topics include

  • Linking business strategy and finance strategy
  • Identify the ingredients of a good strategic plan and how to implement them
  • Support an effective strategy making process with a proper financial planning
  • Recognise and avoid common pitfalls
  • Align the business with actionable and achievable goals and objectives

Duration

2 day

Financial Management – Implementing Effective Financial and Investing Strategies

Training Financial Management – Implementing Effective Financial and Investing Strategies

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Financial Management – Implementing Effective Financial and Investing Strategies

Introduction

Finance and Investment decisions are inter-related: business needs funds to invest in projects which, in turn will generate wealth to the firm. In business venture, how to relate the risk and required return by the investor is a challenging task. This seminar highlights how such risk and return can be incorporated when an enterprise is making long term investment decisions.

Today, the rules of the game are constantly changing, gaining accounting and financial knowledge is no longer an option for Managers and Executives. They need to explore the latest ideas and concepts of investment and finance and obtain hands-on experience with the most current tools to help their organisation gain an advantage.

The workshop delves beneath the surface into various aspects of financial management by examining topics such as financing the business, risks and returns, investment appraisals and valuation.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Learn theory and concepts of fundamental finance and investment
  • Understand the methods of evaluating long term investment projects
  • Learn the application of the investing and financing concepts through case studies
  • Equip with powerful insights and frameworks that they can apply immediately that help them to achieve their business objectives

Target Audience

Managers and Executives who do not work in accounting and finance, but who need to know how basic accounting and finance work. Apply accounting and finance related techniques when making business decisions.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Financial Management
    • Goals of Financial Management
    • Corporate Strategy and Financial Strategy
    • Objectives of Business Enterprise
    • Wealth or Profit Maximisation
    • Value Creation
  • Financing the Business
    • Long Term Versus Short Term Financing
    • Debt Versus Equity Financing
    • Gearing and the Long Term Financing Decision
  • Time Value of Money Concept
    • Future Value Concepts
    • Present Value Concepts
    • Annuity
  • Application of Compounding and Discounting
    • Compounding
    • Discounting
  • Cost of Capital
    • Cost of Fund
      • Debt Versus Equity
    • Combined Cost of Capital
    • Benefit And Risk of Borrowing
    • Risk and Return Relationship
  • Investment Appraisals
    • Nature of Investment Decisions
    • Methods of Investment Appraisal
    • Accounting Rate of Return
    • Payback Period
    • Net Present Value
    • Internal Rate of Return
  • Valuation of Securities and Business
    • Valuation of Bonds
    • Valuation of Preference Shares
    • Valuation of Ordinary Shares
    • Valuation of Business

Methodologies

Presentation, interactive discussion, individual exercises, case studies and group activities. Published corporate information and recent corporate development on both local and overseas will be used to provide “real-life” examples.

Note: Each participant needs to bring calculator for this course.

Finance for Non-Finance Professionals

Training Finance for Non-Finance Professionals

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Training Finance for Non-Finance Professionals

Introduction

Our Finance for Non-Finance Professionals workshop introduces Financial Statements at a fundamental level. You will be able to read accounts and understand financial issues after the course.

Financial jargon and concepts will be explained in a down to earth manner. If you are a Professionals or Managers who are required to know and understand Finance this workshop is ideal for you.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Build a platform to demonstrate the effects of underlying accounting principles on financial statements
  • Appreciate the interplay of finance and financial management with other stakeholders in the organisation
  • Understand the construction of financial statements and analyse them using ratios with the lens of accounting principles
  • Identify factors leading to business failure and explore solutions from the finance perspective
  • Implement financial controls to enhance proper stewardship/governance to protect interest of stakeholders

Target Audience

This workshop is to benefit anyone who wishes to gain an insight into Financial Management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Underlying Accounting Principles
  • Financial Performance Analysis
  • Cost-Volume Analysis
  • Business Forecast and Budgeting
  • Capital Investment
  • Business Finance Operations
  • Equity and Debt Financing
  • Working Capital
  • Risk Exposures

Training Balanced Scorecard for Strategic Transformation of Business

Training Balanced Scorecard for Strategic Transformation of Business

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Balanced Scorecard for Strategic Transformation of Business

Introduction

The Balanced Scorecard is both attractive and deceptive in its simplicity. The four perspectives of Financials, Customer, Internal Processes and Learning & Growth provides a structured framework to identify and measure performance.

But it is successful deployment requires a deeper understanding of the nuances and underlying complexities that derail many implementation plans. Get an in-depth understanding of the Balanced Scorecard to help you successfully navigate the delicate path to effective implementation of the concepts by attending our one-day training programme.

Our programmes are facilitated by experienced senior consultants with many years of implementing learning and organisation development strategies across multiple industries.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Understand the four perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard, i.e.
    • The Financial Performance perspective for financial stewardship
    • The Internal Business Process perspective for organisation efficiency
    • The Learning and Growth perspective to drive continuous learning and innovation
  • Learn to use the Balanced Scorecard Framework to establish a holistic set of KPI’s for organisation development to be mission and vision driven, not just financial driven.
  • Learn how Strategy Maps can be used to tell a story of how value is created throughout the organisation
  • Learn to overcome common derailers of a successful Balanced Scorecard implementation

Target Audience

  • General Managers, Directors, Head of Business Units
  • Human Resource Leaders
  • Learning and Organisation Development Leaders
  • Senior Leadership Teams
  • Key Personnel involved in performance measurement

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Background to Performance Management and the Balanced Scorecard
  • Developing the Balanced Scorecard
    • The Four Perspectives
  • Connecting the Four Perspectives
    • The Strategy Map
  • Operationalising the Four Perspectives
    • Expanding the Strategy Map
    • From Strategic Themes to Operational Initiatives
  • Case Study Review
    • Learning and Benchmarking how others do it
  • Bringing the Balanced Scorecard to Life
    • Building a Balanced Scorecard for your Company
  • Communication and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Sustaining a Successful Balanced Scorecard

Training Business Process Reengineering (BPR) for Competitive Advantage

Training Business Process Reengineering (BPR) for Competitive Advantage

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Training Business Process Reengineering (BPR) for Competitive Advantage

Introduction

The American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) define a business process as: “A set of logically related tasks or activities performed to achieve a defined business outcome”.
Every business has unique processes, needs and as the business grows, these business processes must evolve with the demands of the new business environment. Many existing processes have been designed within the confines of individual functions and do not make use of modern technology for information processing.
This workshop addresses the managerial and operational challenges of maintaining relevancy of the company business processes with the changing environments. Business processes that are antiquated need to be redesigned to enable businesses to operate more effectively, efficiently and profitably.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Understand and apply fundamental principles of business process reengineering
  • Learn principles and tools of the business process improvement
  • Understand the relationship between IT and Business Process Reengineering
  • Learn two process modelling tools

Target Audience

Managerial and Non-Managerial employees with the responsibility for delivering business results

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Business Process Reengineering and Key Concepts
  • Systems Concepts – The Whole is Greater Than The Sum of its Parts
  • Process Modelling Tools 1
  • Process Modelling Tools 2
  • Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Framework
  • Mapping The As-Is Process
  • Mapping The To-Be Process
  • Change Management

Methodologies

The workshop is delivered through a series of conceptual lectures, group works and case study.

Advanced Derivative Instruments Pricing

Training Advanced Derivative Instruments Pricing

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Advanced Derivative Instruments Pricing

Introduction

The need for organisation to improve risk management is driven by internal and external stakeholders; board of directors, investor and in some cases even governments. With the proper implementation of effective risk policies that are designed to continuously manage an organization’s risk-and-return profile and capital, it increases the chances of long term success of the business.

Instead of relying on a single risk methodology, organisation should take a comprehensive approach, integrating strands such as credit, market, operational, liquidity and reputational risks. The workshop is an advanced level risk management course which provide participants with a comprehensive insight and understanding of corporate financial risk management and how financial derivatives can be used to mitigate the risks.

It is specially designed to provide the latest practical and theoretical developments in the structuring, pricing and hedging interest rate risk and FX risk using  OTC interest rate derivatives such as swaps and options plus a variety of embedded combinations.  The aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive overview of derivative instruments used for mitigating risk in corporate FX risk as well as asset and liability management.

This course will help participants strengthen their knowledge of the economic markets and the implications and uses of derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk and FX risk.  It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Have an overview of Global Financial Markets and Corporate Risk Management
  • Learn the Interest Rate Derivative Prima
  • Understand Pricing and Valuing Swaps, Pricing and Valuing Options, Various Structure Products and Interest Risk Measures
  • Understand Foreign exchange options, Exotics options and Structured products
  • Learn the considerations and application using case study on how to develop a foreign exchange hedging policy for a corporate
  • Strengthen their knowledge of the economic markets and the implications and uses of derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk and FX risk

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
    • How global financial markets structures have evolved since Lehman crisis;
    • Government/ central bank’s policy role and how are they reshaping the financial markets;
    • Overview of foreign exchange market, interest rate market and commodity market: before and after the Lehman crisis, the development of global currencies (e.g. USD, JPY, EUR etc.) vs. Asian Emerging Markets currencies (SGD, CNY, CNH, HKD, IDR etc.
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM)
    • Basic ERM infrastructure: Concept and evolution of ERM;
    • Risk management at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project levels: Sources of Risks / Type of Risks, Creating value from Risk Taking/ Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process;
    • Common approaches to ERM by organisations: CAS Framework, AIRMIC framework and COSO framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objectives, Assessing Risk, Managing Risks: Principal Strategies and Methods, and finally Monitoring Risks.
    • Risk Management and Corporate Governance: Concept and theoretical perspective of Corporate Governance (Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory etc.) and Concept / Components of Risk Governance (Roles and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure and Policies/ Procedures).
    • Interest Rate Derivative Prima
    • Types of Swaps and quoting conventions: Exchange-traded products (futures and options on futures contracts) vs. OTC products (FRAs, Interest rate swaps / currency swap, caps / floors / swaptions)
    • Market structure: Interbank vs. customer market,  credit considerations, why the market exists (to reduce funding costs)
  • Pricing and Valuing Swaps
    • Building a discount curve, what instruments to use, bootstrapping the swap curve
    • Recent development in swap pricing: incorporating funding risk (non-libor funding), CSA, CVA, DVA
  • Interest Rate Swap pricing, Valuation and hedging: OIS, fixed-fixed swap, basis swap, asset swap
    • Cross currency swap pricing, valuation and hedging: Generic and non-generic cross currency swaps, conversion factors, cross currency basis
    • Pricing and Valuing Options
    • Basic option terminology and pricing models
    • Interpreting the Greeks (Delta, Vega, Theta, Gamma and Rho) and what do they tell us about value and hedging effectiveness
    • Interest rate caps, floors and collars: structure, pricing parameters and application
    • Swaptions structure, pricing parameters and applications
    • More complex structures: Extendable and callable swaps (European, Bermudan styles), constant maturity swap, in-arrear swap, inflation swap, quanto swap
    • Advanced interest rate modelling: stochastic term structure models, single factor models (BDT, HW), multi-factor models
    • Structure Products
    • Yield Enhancement structured note / deposit features: Principal protection, guaranteed minimum returns, risk and reward, underlying embedded options
    • Structured interest rate linked products: European / Bermudan callable bonds, Range Accrual, CMS-linked, Capped/Floored floating rate notes, inverse floater, target redemption notes.
  • Interest Rate Risk Measures
    • Delta (DV01), Gamma and Vega, Yield curve risk analysis with parallel and non-parallel shifts in interest rate
    • How to Develop an Interest Rate Hedging Policy for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies
  • Foreign Exchange Options
    • Option basics: pricing terms, In-the-money, at-the-money, out-of-the-money
    • Put-call parity and the “Greeks”
    • Volatility: implied vs. realized volatility, skew and smile adjustment
    • Common uses and strategies: Traditional hedging strategies, bull / bear spreads, other spreads (butterfly, condor, ratio, calendar), other combinations (straddles, strangles)
    • Theoretical Option valuation: Black-Scholes, Binomial.
    • Exotics Options and Structured Products
    • Digital or binary option, barrier option, other exotic option: pricing and applications
    • Correlation structures, autocallable structures and cliquet structures.
    • Structured product: combinations of plain vanilla options and plain vanilla / exotics options
  • Structuring Corporate Applications for Hedging Currency Exposure using Options
    • Call, put, collar, range forward, participating forward, ratio forward, knock-out forward, smart forward: Suitability, pricing and applications
    • How to actively manage option position: restructuring of existing option contracts
    • Measuring foreign exchange risk: VAR (value-at-risk) and CF@R (Cash Flow at risk)
  • How to Develop a Foreign Exchange Hedging Policy for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts.

Training Basic Derivative Instruments Pricing (Interest Rate and FX Derivatives)

Training Basic Derivative Instruments Pricing (Interest Rate and FX Derivatives)

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Basic Derivative Instruments Pricing (Interest Rate and FX Derivatives)

Introduction

The need for organisation to improve risk management is driven by internal and external stakeholders; board of directors, investor and in some cases even governments. With the proper implementation of effective risk policies that are designed to continuously manage an organisation’s risk-and-return profile and capital, it increases the chances of long term success of the business.

Instead of relying on a single risk methodology, organisation should take a comprehensive approach, integrating strands such as credit, market, operational, liquidity and reputational risks. The workshop is a foundation level risk management course which provide participants with a comprehensive insight and understanding of corporate financial risk management and how financial derivatives can be used to mitigate the risks.

It is specially designed to provide the latest practical and theoretical developments in the structuring, pricing and hedging interest rate risk and FX risk using  OTC interest rate derivatives such as swaps and options plus a variety of embedded combinations.

The aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive overview of derivative instruments used for mitigating risk in corporate FX risk as well as asset and liability management. This course will help participants strengthen their knowledge of the economic markets and the implications and uses of derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk and FX risk.  It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Learn the Interest Rate Derivative Prima
  • Understand Pricing and valuing swaps, Pricing and valuing options and Interest rate risk measures
  • Learn the considerations and application using case study on how to develop an interest rate hedging policy for a  corporate
  • Understand Foreign exchange options, Exotics options and structured products
  • Learn the considerations and application using case study on how to develop an foreign exchange hedging policy for a corporate
  • Strengthen their knowledge of the economic markets and the implications and uses of derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk and FX risk

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Interest Rate Derivative Prima
    • Types of Swaps and quoting conventions: Exchange-traded products (futures and options on futures contracts) vs. OTC products (FRAs, Interest rate swaps / currency swap, caps / floors / swaptions)
    • Market structure: Interbank vs. customer market,  credit considerations, why the market exists (to reduce funding costs)
  • Pricing and Valuing Swaps
    • Building a discount curve, what instruments to use, bootstrapping the swap curve
    • Recent development in swap pricing: incorporating funding risk (non-libor funding), CSA, CVA, DVA
  • Interest Rate Swap pricing, Valuation and hedging: OIS, fixed-fixed swap, basis swap, asset swap
    • Cross currency swap pricing, valuation and hedging: Generic and non-generic cross currency swaps, conversion factors, cross currency basis
  • Pricing and Valuing Options
    • Basic option terminology and pricing models
    • Interpreting the Greeks (Delta, Vega, Theta, Gamma and Rho) and what do they tell us about value and hedging effectiveness
    • Interest rate caps, floors and collars: structure, pricing parameters and application
    • Swaptions structure, pricing parameters and applications
    • More complex structures: Extendable and callable swaps (European, Bermudan styles), constant maturity swap, in-arrear swap, inflation swap, quanto swap
    • Advanced interest rate modelling: stochastic term structure models, single factor models (BDT, HW), multi-factor models
  • Interest Rate Risk Measures
    • Delta (DV01), Gamma and Vega, Yield curve risk analysis with parallel and non-parallel shifts in interest rate
  • How to Develop an Interest Rate Hedging Policy  for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies
  • Foreign Exchange Options
    • Option basics: pricing terms, In-the-money, at-the-money, out-of-the-money
    • Put-call parity and the “Greeks”
    • Volatility: implied vs. realised volatility, skew and smile adjustment
    • Common uses and strategies: Traditional hedging strategies, bull / bear spreads, other spreads (butterfly, condor, ratio, calendar), other combinations (straddles, strangles)
    • Theoretical Option valuation: Black-Scholes, Binomial.
  • Exotics Options and Structured Products
    • Digital or binary option, barrier option, other exotic option: pricing and applications
    • Correlation structures, autocallable structures and cliquet structures.
    • Structured product: combinations of plain vanilla options and plain vanilla / exotics options
  • Structuring Corporate Applications for Hedging Currency Exposure using options:
    • Call, put, collar, range forward, participating forward, ratio forward, knock-out forward, smart forward: Suitability, pricing and applications
    • How to actively manage option position: restructuring of existing option contracts
    • Measuring foreign exchange risk: VAR (value-at-risk) and CF@R (Cash Flow at risk)
  • How to Develop a Foreign Exchange Hedging Policy for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts.

Training Introduction to Hedging for Corporate Asset and Liability

Training Introduction to Hedging for Corporate Asset and Liability

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

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Training Introduction to Hedging for Corporate Asset and Liability

Introduction

Organisations now are very concerned about their exposures to market risks namely foreign exchange, interest rate and commodity price movements since the financial crisis.  Hedging interest rate risk has become an important risk management objective in any organisation.

This course is designed to provide the latest practical and theoretical developments in the structuring, pricing and hedging interest rate risk using OTC interest rate derivatives such as swaps and options plus a variety of embedded combinations. Understanding how interest rate derivative can mitigate risk in corporate asset and liability management will strengthen participant’s knowledge of the economic markets and the implications of using derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk.

This course also illustrates how interest rate risk hedging can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of interest rate risk inherent within any form of operations in the organisations.  It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Have an overview of Global financial markets and Corporate Risk Management
  • Learn the Interest Rate Derivative Prima
  • Understand Pricing and valuing swaps, Pricing and valuing options and the various Structure Products
  • Strengthen their knowledge of the economic markets and the implications and uses of derivatives to mitigate interest rate risk.
  • Learn the considerations and application using case study on how to develop an interest rate hedging policy for a  corporate

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management- ERM)
  • Interest Rate Derivative Prima
  • Pricing and Valuing Swaps
  • Pricing and Valuing Options
  • Structure Products
  • Interest Rate Risk Measures
  • How to Develop an Interest Rate Hedging Policy  for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts.

Structure, Applicability and Suitability of Investment Products for Corporate

Training Structure, Applicability and Suitability of Investment Products for Corporate

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

Permintaan Brosur penawaran : Public Training Register disini | In-House Training

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Training Structure, Applicability and Suitability of Investment Products for Corporate

Introduction

Structured products is gaining popularity in recent years as it delivers innovative and customised solutions to meet different investment objectives for investors. The use of different wrappers also allows such investment strategies to meet different investment constraints, tax and reporting requirements.

This course provides a comprehensive insight and understanding of structured investment products, its underlying derivative structures and pricing conventions.  Risk assessment, suitability and benefits of structured investment products are discussed in length to equip corporate with essential knowledge to consider structured investment products in organisation investment decision making process.

Participants will be introduced to a wide variety of structured investment products and will learn how to analyse and understand their risk and return characteristics and the key drivers in their pricing, as well as an evaluation of their respective market, credit and operational risks for issuer, arranger and investor.  It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Have an overview of Global financial markets and Corporate Risk Management
  • Learn the Prima in Structured Investment Products
  • Understand the various Structures Investment Products from financial institutions
  • Learn the considerations and application using case study on how to develop an investment policy for a  corporate using structured investment products
  • Understand how structured investment products can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of alternative investment in structured investment products

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
    • How global financial markets structures have evolved since Lehman crisis;
    • Government / central bank’s policy role and how are they reshaping the financial markets;
    • Overview of foreign exchange market, interest rate market and commodity market: before and after the Lehman crisis, the development of global currencies (e.g. USD, JPY, EUR etc.) vs. Asian Emerging Markets currencies (SGD, CNY, CNH, HKD, IDR etc.
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management- ERM)
    • Basic ERM infrastructure: Concept and evolution of ERM;
    • Risk management at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project levels: Sources of Risks/Type of Risks, Creating value from Risk Taking/ Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process;
    • Common approaches to ERM by organisations: CAS Framework, AIRMIC framework and COSO framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objectives, Assessing Risk, Managing Risks: Principal Strategies and Methods, and finally Monitoring Risks.
    • Risk Management and Corporate Governance: Concept and theoretical perspective of Corporate Governance (Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory etc.) and Concept / Components of Risk Governance (Roles and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure and Policies/ Procedures).
  • Prima in Structured Investment Products
    • Overview of Structured Investment Products Market: History, Landscape after financial crisis, regulatory environment
    • Introduction to Synthetic Assets:
      • Asset Swaps
      • Structured Notes
      • Repackaging
      • Structured Investment Vehicles
  • Structured Investment Products from Financial Institutions
    • Overview
    • Product Offering Motivation
    • Product Design
    • Investment strategies
    • Building blocks: different wrapper, different underlying derivative components: FX linked, interest rate linked, cross asset classes
  • FX-linked (including Gold structures) Structured Investment Products
    • Digital or binary option, barrier option, other exotic option: pricing and applications
    • Correlation structures, autocallable structures and cliquet structures.
    • Structured product: combinations of plain vanilla options and plain vanilla / exotics options
    • Pricing / Mark-to-market analysis
  • Interest-rate linked Structure investment Products
    • Yield Enhancement structured note / deposit features: Principal protection, guaranteed minimum returns, risk and reward, underlying embedded options
    • Structured interest rate linked products: European / Bermudan callable bonds, Range Accrual, CMS-linked, Capped/Floored floating rate notes, inverse floater, target redemption notes.
    • Pricing / mark-to-market analysis
  • How to Develop an Investment Policy for a Corporate Using Structured Investment Products: Considerations and Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts.

Introduction to Foreign Exchange Risk Hedging for Exporter and Importer

Training Introduction to Foreign Exchange Risk Hedging for Exporter and Importer

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

Permintaan Brosur penawaran : Public Training Register disini | In-House Training

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Developing Risk Management Solutions using Derivative for Corporate Client

Introduction

A change in exchange rates will result in exporters receiving a lower amount of the local currencies than originally anticipated while importers has to pay more than planned. Transaction exposure to foreign exchange risk will impacts the cash flow of the company due to the results from the effects of unanticipated changes in the spot exchange rate on the base currency value of foreign currency cash flows via contractual payables and receivables.

Managing foreign exchange risk may seem too complex, costly or time-consuming for some companies. Other companies may not know about hedging instruments and techniques or believe that hedging is a speculative activity. For companies that choose not to manage foreign exchange risk, they may be assuming that exchange rates will remain at their present levels or move in a direction that will be favourable to the company – something that closely resembles speculation.

Numerous studies have found that managing foreign exchange risk can successfully reduce your company’s foreign exchange exposure. Managing foreign exchange risk provides the following benefits to companies:

  • Minimise the effects of exchange rate movements on profit margins
  • Increase the predictability of future cash flows
  • Eliminate the need to accurately forecast the future direction of exchange rates
  • Facilitate the pricing of products sold on export markets
  • Protect, temporarily, a company’s competitiveness if the value of the local currency rises (thereby buying time for the company to improve productivity)

The workshop is a foundation level risk management course which provide participants with a comprehensive insight and understanding of foreign exchange / currency market, its derivative product structures and pricing conventions. It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Have an overview of Global financial markets and Corporate Risk Management
  • Learn the Prima in foreign exchange market (Foreign exchange spot market, Foreign exchange forward market, Foreign exchange future market and Swaps)
  • Learn Foreign exchange options, exotics options and structured products
  • Understand the various hedging techniques used by all market participants to manage currency risk for corporate
  • Understand how currency hedging can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of currency risk inherent within any form of operations in the organisations

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
    • How global financial markets structures have evolved since Lehman crisis;
    • Government / central bank’s policy role and how are they reshaping the financial markets;
    • Overview of foreign exchange market, interest rate market and commodity market: before and after the Lehman crisis, the development of global currencies (e.g. USD, JPY, EUR etc.) vs. Asian Emerging Markets currencies (SGD, CNY, CNH, HKD, IDR etc.
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM)
    • Basic ERM infrastructure: Concept and evolution of ERM;
    • Risk management at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project levels: Sources of Risks / Type of Risks, Creating value from Risk Taking / Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process;
    • Common approaches to ERM by organisations: CAS Framework, AIRMIC framework and COSO framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objectives, Assessing Risk, Managing Risks: Principal Strategies and Methods, and finally Monitoring Risks.
    • Risk Management and Corporate Governance: Concept and theoretical perspective of Corporate Governance (Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory etc.) and Concept / Components of Risk Governance (Roles and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure and Policies / Procedures).
  • Prima in Foreign Exchange Market
    • History background, FX market today, regulatory environment and central bank intervention summary
    • Foreign exchange spot market: quoting conventions, deliverable vs. non-deliverable market, purchasing power parity, settlement
    • Foreign exchange forward market: forward pricing, interest rate parity (covered interest arbitrage), deliverable vs. non-deliverable, settlement
    • Foreign exchange futures market: futures vs. forwards, futures contract specifications, use of futures and options on futures
    • Swaps: FX swaps and cross currency swap
  • Foreign exchange options
  • Option basics: pricing terms, In-the-money, at-the-money, out-of-the-money
  • Put-call parity and the “Greeks”
  • Volatility: implied vs. realized volatility, skew and smile adjustment
  • Common uses and strategies: Traditional hedging strategies, bull / bear spreads, other spreads (butterfly, condor, ratio, calendar), other combinations (straddles, strangles)
  • Theoretical Option valuation: Black-Scholes, Binomial.
  • Exotics Options and Structured Products
    • Digital or binary option, barrier option, other exotic option: pricing and applications
    • Correlation structures, autocallable structures and cliquet structures.
    • Structured product: combinations of plain vanilla options and plain vanilla / exotics options
  • Structuring Corporate Applications for Hedging Currency Exposure Using Options
    • Call, put, collar, range forward, participating forward, ratio forward, knock-out forward, smart forward: Suitability, pricing and applications
    • How to actively manage option position: restructuring of existing option contracts
    • Measuring foreign exchange risk: VAR (value-at-risk) and CF@R (Cash Flow at risk)
  • How to Develop a Foreign Exchange Hedging Policy for a Corporate: Considerations and Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts.

Developing Risk Management Solutions using Derivative for Corporate Client

Training Developing Risk Management Solutions using Derivative for Corporate Client

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

Permintaan Brosur penawaran : Public Training Register disini | In-House Training

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  • seminarcenterindonesia@gmail.com

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Developing Risk Management Solutions using Derivative for Corporate Client

Introduction

The need for organisation to improve risk management is driven by internal and external stakeholders, board of directors, investor and in some cases even governments. With the proper implementation of effective risk policies that are designed to continuously manage an organisation’s risk-and-return profile and capital, it increases the chances of long term success of the business.

Instead of relying on a single risk methodology, organisation should take a comprehensive approach, integrating strands such as credit, market, operational, liquidity and reputational risks.

The workshop is a foundation level risk management course which provide participants with a comprehensive insight and understanding of corporate financial risk management and how financial derivatives can be used to mitigate the risks. It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Learn Enterprise Risk Management processes and the use of financial derivatives to financial risks of the organisations
  • Learn how different application of financial derivatives can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of financial derivatives usage, cost and benefits
  • Develop an interest rate hedging policy
  • Understand the Corporate Asset and Liability Management concept
  • Understand currency derivatives and their applications
  • Learn how to measure financial risk using various approaches to stimulation and valuation of market risks

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
    • How Global Financial Markets Structures have Evolved Since Lehman Crisis
    • Government / Central Bank’s Policy Role and how are they Reshaping the Financial Markets
    • Overview of Foreign Exchange Market, Interest Rate Market and Commodity Market: Before and After the Lehman Crisis, the Development of Global Currencies versus Asian Emerging Markets Currencies
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM)
    • Basic ERM Infrastructure: Concept and Evolution of ERM
    • Risk Management at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project Levels: Sources of Risks / Type of Risks, Creating Value from Risk Taking / Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process
    • Common Approaches to ERM by Organisations: CAS Framework, AIRMIC Framework and COSO Framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objectives, Assessing Risk, Managing Risks: Principal Strategies and Methods and Finally Monitoring Risks.
    • Risk Management and Corporate Governance: Concept and Theoretical Perspective of Corporate Governance (Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory Etc.) and Concept / Components of Risk Governance (Roles and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure and Policies / Procedures).
  • Managing Interest Rate Risk
    • Developing an Interest Rate Hedging Policy: Processes and Organisation
    • Introduction to Interest Rate Derivatives and their Applications: Forward Rate Agreement, Interest Rate Swap, Cross Currency Swap, Inflation-Linked Swap
  • Managing Interest Rate Risk (Continue)
    • Corporate Asset and Liability Management Concept
    • Asset Management: Yield Enhancement Products, Risk / Rewards and Applications
    • Liability Management: How to Improve Fixed-Floating Mix and Duration for Debt
    • Case Studies on Different Strategies
  • Managing Currency Risk
    • Developing a Currency Hedging Policy: Processes and Organisation
    • Introduction to Currency Derivatives and their Applications: Plain Vanilla (Spot and Forwards), Currency Options (Plain Vanilla and Exotics)
    • Case Studies on Different Strategies
  • Measuring Financial Risk
    • Various Approaches to Simulation (e.g. Historical versus Monte Carlo) and Valuation (Sensitivities versus Full Valuation) of Market Risks
    • VAR (Value At Risk): Definition and Implementation

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts

Application on Fundamental of Market Risks for Corporate

Training Application on Fundamental of Market Risks for Corporate

Bulan Januari, Februari, Maret, April, Mei, Juni, Juli, Agustus, September, Oktober, November, Desember, Jadwal Training 2015,2016,2017 | Jadwal Seminar 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi Training 2015,2016,2017 | Informasi seminar 2015,2016,2017  Venue : Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, Jakarta, Bandung, Balikpapan, Solo, Semarang, Pontianak, Batam.

Permintaan Brosur penawaran : Public Training Register disini | In-House Training

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Training Application on Fundamental of Market Risks for Corporate

The workshop is a foundation level risk management course which provide participants with a practical insight and macro understanding of market risks. And how the movement in market prices of foreign exchange, interest rate, commodity prices etc. affects corporate operations and ultimately, its bottom line profit.
It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Have an overview of global financial markets and Corporate Risk Management
  • Learn how market risks can be identified and managed efficiently using different financial instruments
  • Learn the various approaches to stimulation and valuation of market risks
  • Understand the basic derivative products offered by financial institutions

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into risk management.

Duration

Two days

Curriculum

  • Overview of Global Financial Markets
    • How Global Financial Markets Structures have Evolved Since Lehman Crisis
    • Government / Central Bank’s Policy Role and How are they Reshaping the Financial Markets
    • Overview of Foreign Exchange Market, Interest Rate Market and Commodity Market
    • Before and After the Lehman Crisis, the Development of Global Currencies versus Asian Emerging Markets Currencies
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM)
    • Basic ERM Infrastructure: Concept and Evolution of ERM
    • Risk Management at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project Levels
    • Sources of Risks/Type of Risks, Creating Value from Risk Taking/ Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process
    • Common Approaches to ERM by Organisations
    • CAS Framework, AIRMIC Framework and COSO Framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objectives, Assessing Risk and Managing Risks
    • Principal Strategies and Methods and Finally Monitoring Risks
    • Risk Management and Corporate Governance
    • Concept and Theoretical Perspective of Corporate Governance (Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory Etc.) and Concept / Components of Risk Governance (Roles and Responsibilities, Organizational Structure and Policies / Procedures).
  • Overview of Market Risks in Corporate Context
    • What is Market Risks, Types of Market Risks and How Does It Affect Corporate Operations and Bottom Line Profit
    • How Does the Structural Change in Financial Markets Affects Market Risks and in Turn its Impact on Corporate Operations
  • Measuring Market Risks in Corporate Context
    • Various Approaches to Simulation (e.g. Historical versus Monte Carlo) and Valuation (Sensitivities versus Full Valuation) of Market Risks;
    • VAR (Value at Risk): Definition and Implementation
  • Managing Market Risks in Corporate Context
    • Conventional Instruments versus Derivative Instruments
    • What Is Derivative Instruments
    • Origins of the Markets, Size of the Market, How They are Traded and Their Application to Corporate Market Risks Hedging
    • Basic Derivative Products Offered by Financial Institutions
    • Key Features of FX Products, Interest Rate Products, Commodity Products
    • Other Considerations
    • Tax, Accounting, Legal, Documentation and Operations
  • Case Studies

Practical Framework and Application on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Practical Framework and Application on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

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Training Practical Framework and Application on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Introduction

Organisation can minimise the effects of risk on its capital and earning through the process of planning, organising, leading and controlling its activities. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) aims to measure an organisation’s achievement of four primary objectives; Strategic, Operational, Financial Reporting and Compliance.

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is the process which organisations identify, measure, manage and monitor all key risks in the organisations to ultimately meet business objectives and increase value to stakeholders.

The workshop is a foundation level risk management course which provide participants with a comprehensive insight and understanding of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).  It should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.

Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Learn the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) principles, framework and practises
  • Understand risk issues faced by organisations across many sectors
  • Learn the common approaches to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) by organisations
  • Understand how Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) processes can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of risk inherent within any forms of operations in the organisation

Target Audience

This workshop is beneficial for anyone who have keen interest and wishes to gain an insight into Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).

Duration

Two days

Outline Materi

  • Concept of Risk
    • Definition / Classification of Risk in General
    • Why Manage Risk: Positive and Negative Effects of Risk (Minimising Exposure to the Wrong Risks versus Increasing Exposure to Good Risks)
  • Overview of Corporate Risk Management (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM):
    • Basic ERM Infrastructure: Concept and  Evolution of ERM;
    • Common Approaches to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) by Organisations
    • CAS Framework, AIRMIC Framework and COSO Framework of Identification of Risk and Enterprise Management Objective, Assessing Risk, Managing Risks
    • Principal Strategies and Methods and Finally Monitoring Risks
  • Implementation of ERM At Corporate, Strategic Business and Project Levels:
    • Identification of Risk and Setup of Management Objectives
    • Sources of Risks/Type of Risks, Tools and Techniques, Risk Aversion, Risk Policy, Risk Tolerance and Risk Appetite, Creating Value from Risk Taking/ Risk Hedging and Risk Management Process
  • Implementation of ERM at Corporate, Strategic Business and Project Levels  (Continue):
    • Assess and Quantify Risk
    • Risk Analysis and Evaluation to Decide Which Risks to Hedge, Avoid Or Retain, Risk Estimation Techniques (Qualitative And Quantitative)
    • Managing Risk
    • Risk Avoidance, Risk Transfer, Risk Reduction or Risk Retention and Tools Available (e.g. Financial Products to Manage Markets Risks), Value versus Cost from Hedging
    • Monitoring and Review Risk
    • Review Obsolescence of Outcome from the Risk Analysis Due to Changing Environment, Monitor and Audit the Risk Management Process
  • Risk Management and Corporate Governance:
    • Concept and Theoretical Perspective Of Corporate Governance
    • Agency Theory and Transaction Cost Theory
    • Concept / Components of Risk Governance
    • Roles and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure and Policies/ Procedures
    • Strategic Risk Taking and Building a Risk Taking Organisation: Approaches and Challenges
  • Case Studies

Methodologies

This course is learner-centred and active participation by attendees are highly encouraged.  Case studies are used to ensure understanding and reinforce concepts

Training Petroleum Project Economics and Risk Analysis

Training Petroleum Project Economics and Risk Analysis

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Training Petroleum Project Economics and Risk Analysis

Introduction

This program provides practical guidance in the application of the techniques of the economic analysis currently used in the oil & gas industry. When executing a petroleum related project, such as a field development, you should be able to choose the best alternative from economic point of view. You should be able to properly evaluate various investment opportunities by determining economic indicators and sensitivity analysis. Techniques for predicting profit, production, costs, and cash flow enable the analyst to evaluate decision alternatives for optimum results. Understanding economic indicators, risk and uncertainty, different economic structures such as tax regimes and production sharing contracts, enhances the quality and the value of economic analysis.

Seminar Objectives

The primary objectives of the program are to:

  • Understand various economic terms used in the oil & gas industry
  • Understand how to develop economic models of various petroleum fiscal regimes
  • Carry out cash flow analysis and determine economic indicators
  • Carry out different economic analyses for petroleum related projects
  • Evaluate and quantify risks and uncertainties
  • Make the right investment decision in the presence of risk
  • Carry out a comprehensive economic evaluation study for any petroleum related project including risk analysis and sensitivity study using spreadsheet

Training Methodology

The program will include a number of exercises aimed at enhancing each participant capability to conduct various economic evaluations. In addition each participant will attempt to develop spreadsheet calculations of various economic analyses. At the end of the program each participant will be given a comprehensive spreadsheet model that can carry out a complete economic evaluation including a sensitivity analysis.

Additionally, the program assumes no or limited prior knowledge of the topics covered in the program. New concepts and tools are introduced gradually to enable delegates to progress from the fundamental to the advanced concepts of economic evaluation.

Who Should Attend?

Oil & gas professionals such as engineers, geologists, economists, accountants, technicians who need to learn how to conduct economic evaluation and to understand the role of petroleum economics in investment decision making. This program is also recommended for supervisors & managers in the Planning, Exploration, Production, Projects, Financing and Technical Departments in Oil & Gas Companies.

Programme Outline

1 – Cash Flow Analysis

  • Familiarization with Economic terms
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Setting up Cash Flow Calculation
  • Depreciation
  • Depreciation Methods
  • Loss Carry Forwards
  • Inflation
  • Nominal & Real Cash Flow
  • Sunk Costs
  • Project Financing

2 – Economic Indicators

  • Economic Indicators Definitions
  • Present Value Concept
  • Discount Factor
  • Net Present Value
  • Internal Rate of Return
  • Effect of Project Delay
  • Payback Period
  • Profit/Investment Ratio
  • Incremental Projects
  • Comparing Economic Indicators

3 – Risks and Uncertainties

  • Risk & Uncertainty
  • Expected Value Concept
  • Decision Tree Analysis
  • Farm-out Decision
  • Probability Analysis
  • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Spider and Tornado Diagrams
  • Probability Distribution
  • Monte Carlo Simulation

4 – Setting up Spreadsheet Calculation

  • Introduction to Spreadsheet Calculation
  • Simple Cash Flow Using Excel

5 – Setting up Oil Field Development Model

  • Setting up an Integrated Economic Model of a Typical Oil Field Development Project including Sensitivity Analysis

Training Financial Modelling and Petroleum Project Economics

Training Financial Modelling & Petroleum Project Economics

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Training Financial Modelling & Petroleum Project Economics

Introduction

Many senior and middle managers do not utilise Excel to its maximum potential. Instead they use it as they would a calculator. If you fall into this category then this seminar is for you. Having completed this ten day seminar you will have the requisite tools to utilise Excel to its fullest and be better equipped to challenge decisions. In addition, if you work in the upstream or downstream,  and your career progression is being restricted by outdated knowledge of modelling techniques then this seminar will help you move your career forward.

 Highlights of the seminar include:

  • A seminar which takes delegates from Excel basics to the most advanced use of Excel.
  • Real world approach to the discipline.
  • Numerous examples based around the oil and gas industry.
  • Dual approach that not only develops modelling skills but also financial management skills.

Objectives

The seminar provides delegates with the tools required to find better answers to questions such as:

  • How to improve the quality of the quantitative analysis of my corporate presentations
  • How to model and advise on hedging price changes in the oil and gas industry
  • How to model investment appraisal techniques and utilise decision trees to model the option to abandon

Training Methodology

Each of the sessions will involve formal lectures, demonstration of modelling techniques and the opportunity for practical application.  Screen recordings of important techniques and examples will be made available to delegates to assist in the practical applications and to facilitate application of the techniques used when they approach to the workplace.

Organizational Impact

By sending delegates on the 4 day Programme in Financial Modelling & Petroleum Project Economics your organisation will benefit by:

  • Providing your staff with the opportunities to develop high level financial management techniques appropriate to the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Updating their quantitative techniques to enable them to make better informed decisions.
  • Transforming their Excel skills so that the leave with advanced knowledge of Excel for financial modelling.

 Personal Impact

By attending this seminar you will:

  • Have advanced ability in financial modelling using Excel.
  • Have a larger skills set when contributing to corporate decisions.
  • The ability to question important decisions formed using financial modelling.

Who Should Attend?

  • Decision makers and financial modellers in the up-stream and down-stream oil and gas industry
  • High level managers integral to the decision making process who wish to develop their financial modelling skills.

Programme Outline

1 – An introduction to the Excel Environment, with Petroleum based examples

  • Background to the Petroleum industry
  • Cell referencing, using formula’s, formatting
  • Advanced charting within Excel
  • Data manipulation and management

2 – Financial Analysis in the up and down stream Oil and Gas industry I

  • Introduction to financial statements
  • Ratio analysis applied to the Oil and Gas Industry

3 – Financial Analysis in the up and down stream Oil and Gas industry II

  • Trend analysis using Excel
  • Projecting financial statements using forecasting techniques available within Excel

4 – Statistical analysis (applied to the Oil and Gas industry) using Excel

  • Analysis of equity returns of oil and gas industry companies
  • Use of Excel functions for statistical analysis
  • Use of scatter diagrams and regression techniques to calculate cost of equity financing.

5 – Capital Structure in the Oil and Gas industry

  • Analysis of capital structure throughout the up-stream and down-stream oil and gas industry.
  • Examination of bond issues and IPO’s by oil and gas industry participants.  
  • Examination and calculation of the cost of debt financing.
  • Calculation of a company’s weighted average cost of capital (WACC)

6 – Investment Appraisal using Excel I

  • Investment appraisal using NPV, IRR and payback as applied to the oil and gas industry.
  • Use of Excel functions for investment appraisal: IRR, PV and NPV
  • Use of solver in scenario analysis and stress testing

7 – Investment Appraisal using Excel II

  • Using Excel to model decision trees
  • Using Excel to calculate the value of a real option and the abandonment decision

8 – An introduction to energy derivatives

  • An introduction to the derivatives market
  • Examination of petroleum based derivatives, including futures and options.
  • Modelling up-stream down stream energy products using Excel

9 – Hedging risk using energy derivatives

  • Hedging against price decreases and increases using petroleum futures
  • Using VBA to create functions to value energy derivatives
  • Hedging against price changes using petroleum based options

10 – Oil product spreads

  • Examining the relationship between energy products
  • Using futures spreads to speculate and to hedge against profit margin risk

INTERNATIONAL OIL TRADING AND PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT

TRAINING INTERNATIONAL OIL TRADING AND PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT

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TRAINING INTERNATIONAL OIL TRADING AND PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT

This course is designed to give delegates a comprehensive picture of the markets, risks, and activities involved in the international trading of crude oil and refined products. Delegates will cost deals, calculate trading profits, negotiate a deal, and hedge a trading position in case studies, all using live market prices, as well as learning how to deal with different market structures and conditions and write an oil contract.
What will you learn?
• Negotiate, cost, and compare deals
• Write a contract for the purchase and sale of crude oil and refined products
• Calculate freight costs using Worldscale and charter a ship
• Trade futures, Indonesia swaps and forward markets for hedging and price risk management
• Calculate the profitability of deals
• Identify price risk and hedge
•Manage refinery margin risk
You will understand:
• How prices on the international free markets are established and what influences the markets
• Crude oil and refined product pricing and trading
• How OTC markets trade
• Basic options theory
• Oil trade finance and documentation
• The basic principles of management control
COURSE OUTLINE
Introduction and Review
• Introduction to trading and markets
• Price reporting
Products Trading and Chartering
• Mechanics of trading products
• Freight costs
• Oil broking
• Chartering and Costings
• Comparing alternative outlets
Risk and Exposure
• Risks in trading
• Price exposure
Risk Management Instruments
• Futures markets
• Forward markets
• OTC instruments
• Introduction to options
• Comparison of instruments
Risk Management Techniques
• Hedging with futures
• Hedging with swaps
• Spread trading
• Refinery margin management
Crude Oil Trading
• International pricing of crude oils
• Trading BFOE and DFL/CFDs
Performance and Credit
• Client/counterpart risk
• Documentation
Contracts
• Negotiating a deal
• Writing a contract
• Legal issues
• Tendering
Trading Controls
• Management of trading activities
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone wishing to learn about physical and derivative trading and hedging, plus anyone coming into trading from elsewhere in the industry . Those in supply and marketing functions looking for a wider understanding of the market; those in oil companies, banks, law firms, accountancy practices, the media, and elsewhere who interface with traders and trading; those moving into oil markets from the financial markets or elsewhere.

FASILITY

Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy), Quality training kits: bag, block note, ballpoint, including jacket or T-shirt, Flashdisk 8 Gb, Dinner, City Tour (Yogyakarta and Bandung) etc, Convenient training facilities in four or five stars hotel, Lunch per day, morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training, Certificate & Photo.

Study Kelayakan Pembukaan Jaringan Kantor Bank

Training Study Kelayakan Pembukaan Jaringan Kantor Bank

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Training Study Kelayakan Pembukaan Jaringan Kantor

MATERI

1. Analysis Kegiatan Usaha dan Jaringan Kantor Berdasarkan Modal Inti Bank

  • Analysis usaha yang dapat dilakukan apabila modal inti tidak terpenuhi.
  • Penyusunan Rencana Bisnis Bank

2. Peraturan Bank Indonesia Nomor 14/26/PBI/2012 tanggal 27 Desember 2012

3. Bank Umum Kelompok Usaha – BUKU

4. Tingkat Kesehatan Bank dan alokasi modal inti (Theoretical Capital – TC) sesuai lokasi dan jenis kantor Bank.

5. Rencana tindak penyesuaian kegiatan usaha, kegiatan valuta asing, penyertaan, dan pemenuhan kewajiban penyaluran kredit atau pembiayaan produktif

6. Menyusun rencana tindak yang dapat berupa penghentian kegiatan usaha

7. Pasal 52 UU Perbankan atau Pasal 58 UU

METODE TRAINING

Presentation, Discussion, Case Study, Evaluation

FASILITY

Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy), Quality training kits: bag, block note, ballpoint,  including jacket or T-shirt, Flashdisk 8 Gb, Dinner, City Tour (Yogyakarta and Bandung) etc,  Convenient training facilities in four or five stars hotel, Lunch per day, morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training,Certificate&Photo.

Cost Management For Petroleum Industry

Training Cost Management For Petroleum Industry

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ABOUT THE COURSE
Few problems threaten the petroleum businesses more than uncontrolled costs. Economic realities have made it necessary for most companies to operate with a “lean and mean” philosophy. Industries previously operating under regulatory rules, which allowed them to pass on all costs to the customer, now face a changed regulatory environment. As the price of our products fluctuates widely, the most vulnerable companies are those that are ineffective in understanding and managing their costs. Historically energy companies have relied on the efficiency of their operations to drive company profitability. The ability to properly manage costs is now paramount in a company’s success and even their ultimate survival. As the energy industry goes through its most monumental changes since the 1970’s, the companies that can identify efficiencies and inefficiencies will be able to react to the challenges of the global market place, thus generating higher profits. The course will cover costs management from the basics to the most recent events and trends, using relevant exercises, timely case studies and role-playing techniques. This seminar is an introduction to Practical Cost Management techniques designed to help the participant better understand the underlying dynamics of cost, which will lead to better decision making concerning
products and services, work flows, capital investments, as well as the daytoday monitoring of the business.

DESIGNED FOR
Operating managers, field personnel, project managers, technology managers, budget managers, or practically anyone in the company wanting to manage costs in a more efficient and effective manner. A familiarity with finance is helpful but not required.

YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
• Identify the fundamental types of costs and the cost drivers
• Understand the different cost classifications
• Trace all relevant costs to a single cost object to better manage costs
• Determine and monitor the behavior of costs
• Build your own Activity dictionary
• Use sensitivity analysis of cost behavior
• Design management control system that actually works
• Understand the principles of Activity Based Cost Management (ABCM) and its development and implementation
• Determine the relevant information for decision making
• Analyze capital projects using the proper tools and techniques
• Use and misuse the budget
• Manage and not mismanage costs
• Develop tools to use for managing costs
• Evaluate costs for effectiveness

COURSE CONTENT
• Defining costs, classifications and terminology in an oil and gas sense

• Classifying the different costs

• Determining cost objects, cost drivers and their behaviors

• Assigning costs for an E&P company

• Analyzing different types of Cost management systems

• Measuring activities and their performance

• Using Activities Based Management (ABM) to monitor costs and processes

• Building and using an activity dictionary

• Using value added costs versus non value-added costs for improvement

• Tying costs to revenues to more effectively measure profits

• Distinguishing between cost effectiveness and cost efficiencies

• Using 4 dimensional costs

• Developing productivity measurements that work

• Operating Cost Management

• Using the budgets efficiently and effectively

• Using GAP analysis in measuring productivity of costs

• Support departments cost allocations

• Transfer pricing

• Determining the break-even cost and volumes

• Using variance analysis budget for monitoring performance

• Measuring and controlling productivity

• Optimizing the supply chain

• Capital Cost Management

• Capital investment decision making and the effect on cost management

• Developing and analyzing capital investment projects

• Replace versus maintain

• Life Cycle Costing

• Analytical techniques for managing costs

• Managing personnel, logistics, purchasing and material costs effectively

• Sensitivity Analysis for optimizing costs

• Using different scenarios to more effectively manage costs

• Performance Measurement

• Using capacity management techniques

• Incorporating HSSE into the cost management system

• Defining preventive and reactive costs

• Breaking down the audit of performance management results

• Raising your own cost management awareness

INSTRUCTOR

Th. Agung M. Harsiwi, S.E., M.Si. / Team
A. Formal Education:
– Faculty of Economics, Management S1 Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Yogyakarta, 1990-1995.
– Master of Science in the Faculty of Economics S2 UGM, Yogyakarta, 1998-2001.

B. Experiences
Mrs. Harsiwi teaching materials with the scope of materials management Introduction to Business, Introduction to Management, Fundamentals of Management, Principles of Management, Organizational Behavior, Change Management, Financial Management, Advanced Financial Management, Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis, Project Feasibility Study, Corporate Budgeting, Communication Business. While in the Master of Management program experts in the field of Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management and Strategic Human Resource Management. Mrs. Harsiwi also a researcher in the field of Human Resource Management and Organization 1996-present. Experience in business consultant and instructor training and organizational HRM 1996-present and Assessor Accreditation National Accreditation Board of Higher Education (BAN PT) 2008-present.

Introduction to Petroleum Business

Training Introduction to Petroleum Business

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ABOUT THE COURSE
You have recently joined the petroleum industry as a technical expert in engineering, geology or human resource (or have worked in the technical area for a few years) and want to understand the nature of the petroleum business and how you will contribute to the financial success of your company. But what is financial success and how is it measured? What resources are available to the industry and who are the competitors? This course will introduce delegates to key concepts of the petroleum business including its structure, how oil companies are organized and financed and what it takes to be financially successful. Success will be explored through an understanding of the meaning of long-term shareholder value, its measurement at the macro and micro level and the role competitive advantage plays in achieving superior financial goals. Delegates will be introduced to both accounting and economic evaluation as a means to understanding the financial side of the petroleum business. Additionally, delegates will be introduced to risk and its impact on economic evaluation. All common accounting and economic terms and metrics will be reviewed. Delegates will learn through lectures, discussion, and hands on exercises. One personal computer is provided, at additional cost, for each two participants.

DESIGNED FOR
Engineers, geologists, geophysicists, land men, HR and other non-finance and accounting professionals who need an introduction to the business aspects of the petroleum industry including the interplay of finance and economic evaluation in the creation of long-term shareholder value
YOU WILL LEARN
• The overall objective of business
• How the petroleum business is structured and capital is raised
• What is shareholder value and how it is created
• The critical importance of seeking competitive advantage
• Economic and accounting terminology
• How to make an economic valuation of an investment and assess its competitive advantage
• How value creation impacts share price
• How shareholder value is measured
• Risk and how is it assessed in economic evaluations

COURSE CONTENT
• Understanding corporate business

• Importance of creating value for shareholders

• Measuring value and the expectations of corporate stakeholders in the financial framework
• Introduction to Economic Evaluation (NPV, IRR)

• The importance of discounting for capital intensive industries

• Cost of Capital and how it is calculated

• Valuing businesses at the macro level

• Creation of value and competitive advantage

• Competitive environment in the petroleum industry

• How energy demand is growing
• Location and ownership of oil and gas reserves

• Capital requirements and risk

• Oil and gas pricing and future drivers

• Examples of competitive advantage and impact on history

• Introduction to accounting

• The purpose of accounts

• Key financial statements

• Demystification of the annual report

• Introduction risk

• Economic evaluation at the project level

• Economic impact of projects on book value, market capitalization, share price

• Measuring competitive advantage through net present value

• The value of incremental economics

FASILITY

Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy), Quality training kits: bag, block note, ballpoint,  including jacket or T-shirt, Flashdisk 8 Gb, Dinner, City Tour (Yogyakarta and Bandung) etc,  Convenient training facilities in 3,4,5 stars hotel, Lunch per day, morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training,Certificate&Photo.

TRAINING PERSIAPAN MASA PENSIUN : PERENCANAAN PENDIRIAN USAHA BARU

TRAINING PERSIAPAN MASA PENSIUN : PERENCANAAN PENDIRIAN USAHA BARU

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TRAINING PERSIAPAN MASA PENSIUN : PERENCANAAN PENDIRIAN USAHA BARU

Deskripsi

Untuk menghadapi masa pensiun, karyawan perlu mempersiapkan secara dini baik secara fisik, psikis maupun secara finansial. Persiapan masa pensiun dapat dilakukan dengan memulai mendirikan usaha baru. Namun banyak orang memulai usaha baru dengan tanpa memiliki bekal pengetahuan tentang ruang lingkup dan lingkungan usaha. Memulai Usaha baru bukanlah sesuatu yang mudah. Perlu banyak hal untuk disiapkan. Training ini akan membekali peserta tentang bagaimana memulai atau mendirikan perusahaan baru  skala UKM. Contoh kasus dan kunjungan ke perusahaan skala UKM akan dilakukan untuk menambah wawasan.

 

Tujuan

Memberikan pengetahuan tentang bagaimana mendirikan usaha baru skala UKM

 

Materi     

1. Ruang lingkup persiapan mental menghadapi masa pensiun

  • Motivasi diri
  • Manajemen stres

2. Persiapan fisik menghadapi masa pensiun
3. Persaingan usaha skala UKM

  • Analisa SWOT untuk melihat peluang pasar dan kemampuan internal

4. Mempersiapkan Business Plan

  • Pemasaran
  • Operasional
  • Keuangan

5. Persiapan memulai usaha

  • Memilih Nama dan membuat logo
  • Memilih tempat usaha
  • Membeli perlengkapan
  • Pemenuhan terhadap mesin dan alat-alat produksi
  • Merekrut pegawai
  • Melakukan training persiapan dan uji coba
  • Memproduksi alat-alat promosi
  • Pilihan secara legal atau informal
  • Peresmian
  • Proses tambahan
  • Belajar dari Kesalahan yang sering dilakukan (common mistakes)

6. Studi Lapangan mengunjungi UKM (pilihan)

  • Bisnis Budidaya Jamur
  • Bisnis Anggrek dan Tanaman Hias
  • Bisnis Properti Rumah Tangga
  • Bisnis Budidaya Lele dan peternakan
  • Bisnis Retail

Peserta

Cocok bagi semua karyawan baik yang akan memasuki masa pensiun maupun yang akan memulai usaha baru

FACILITY

  • Module / Handout
  • Sertifikat
  • Training Kit
  • Souvenir
  • Dinner / City tour (Merapi Offroad/Prambanan/Borobudur/Wonosari Beach..etc) Pilih salah satu.

TRAINING PASAR MODAL (CAPITAL MARKET)

TRAINING PASAR MODAL (CAPITAL MARKET)

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TRAINING PASAR MODAL (CAPITAL MARKET)

Deskripsi

Selain pasar barang atau jasa, kita mengenal pasar keuangan (financial market).  Dalam pasar keuangan, transaksi yang terjadi adalah jual beli surat berharga.  Pasar yang mentransaksikan surat berharga jangka panjang disebut pasar modal.  Pelatihan ini adalah membahas mengenai pasar modal.  Topik bahasannya mencakup pengertian pasar modal, segmen pasar modal, perkembangan pasar modal di Indonesia, jenis-jenis surat berharga, struktur pasar modal di Indonesia, dan lembaga-lembaga yang terkait di pasar modal.

 

Tujuan

Setelah mengikuti pelatihan pasar modal ini, peserta diharapkan mempunyai kemampuan untuk memahami:

  1. Apa itu pasar modal dan perannya dalam perekonomian
  2. Perkembangan pasar modal Indonesia.
  3. Surat berharga yang diperjual-belikan di pasar modal.
  4. Struktur pasar modal Indonesia.
  5. Lembaga-lembaga yang terkait di pasar modal.

 

Materi Training Pasar Modal

Jenis pasar modal

  •       Pasar perdana
  •       Pasar sekunder

Perkembangan pasar modal Indonesia.

  •       Pra deregulasi dan Era deregulasi
  •       Era konsolidasi dan Era reformasi.

Surat berharga yang diperjualbelikan di pasar modal

  •       Saham dan obligasi
  •       Right dan waran
  •       Obligasi konversi

Struktur pasar modal Indonesia.

  •       Badan Pengawas Pasar Modal (BAPEPAM)
  •       Bursa Efek
  •       Kliring dan Penjaminan Efek (KPEI) dan Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia
  •       Perusahaan efek dan penasihat investasi
  •       Lembaga penunjang pasar modal
  •       Profesi penunjang pasar modal
  •       Reksa dana sebagai alternatif investasi.

Peserta:

Pelatihan ini ditujukan untuk karyawan atau supervisor di bidang keuangan, atau bidang-bidang lain yang berminat untuk mengenal pasar modal, dan yang berminat untuk menjadi pemain atau investor  di pasar modal.

FASILITY

Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy), Quality training kits: bag, block note, ballpoint, including jacket or T-shirt, Flashdisk 8 Gb, Dinner, City Tour (Yogyakarta and Bandung) etc, Convenient training facilities in four or five stars hotel, Lunch per day, morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training, Certificate & Photo.

Petroleum Finance and Accounting Principles

Training Petroleum Finance and Accounting Principles

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Training Petroleum Finance and Accounting Principles

About the course

Making the most efficient use of your resources is critical to the success of any company. Finance and accounting comprise the universal business language and help you manage those resources effectively. Planning and decision making that occur in an informal financial context permit better application of resources and promote competitive advantage. The aim of this course is to improve delegates’ job performance by enhancing their understanding of current international practices in finance and accounting within the E&P industry. This is achieved through an examination of (a) accounting standards, policies and practices in the oil and gas industry, and (b) the accounting and financial management implications of exploring for and producing oil and gas. An understanding of accounting also allows a company to trace a competitor’s actions from its financial statements and to plan accordingly.

Designed For

Personnel new to the oil and gas accounting industry, others desiring to understand or refresh their knowledge of basic petroleum accounting concepts, other financial personnel needing to understand unique issues as they relate to the petroleum industry and technical people looking for the basic concepts of accounting and finance. Participants are encouraged to bring their company’s financial reports.

You will learn

Participants will learn how to:

  • Apply basic concepts and terminology for accounting and finance in oil and gas

  • Create accounting statements, including a cash flow statement from data accumulation to audited financial statements

  • Distinguish between the different financial statements and their roles

  • Distinguish between financial, managerial, and contract (joint operations) accounting

  • Recognize the different oil and gas accounting methods

  • Determine the difference between profits and cash flow

  • Understand financial reporting requirements for oil and gas companies under IFRS, U.K. and U.S. GAAP

  • Apply capitalization rules and depreciation methods

  • Recognize accounting treatments of joint ventures such as Production Sharing Agreements

  • Evaluate a ceiling-test

  • Read and interpret those confusing footnotes

  • Read and use the disclosures for oil and gas companies

  • Recognize how accounting decisions can affect earnings, cash flows and operational decisions

  • Calculate, understand and analyze financial reports and basic oil and gas ratios

Course Content

  • Getting started: Financial terms and definitions, the language of business; Accounting rules, standards and policies

  • Constructing the basic financial statements

  • Classifying assets and liabilities

  • Comparing different accounting elements

  • Accounting for joint operations

  • Accounting and reporting

DURATION

3 Day

FASILITY

Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy), Quality training kits: bag, block note, ballpoint, including jacket or T-shirt, Flashdisk 8 Gb, Dinner, City Tour (Yogyakarta and Bandung) etc, Convenient training facilities in four or five stars hotel, Lunch per day, morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training, Certificate & Photo.

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Here is a list of the related trainings we had held over the years: –

*  Advanced Casing Desing
*  Advanced Operation Geology
*  Advanced Pressure Concepts
*  Advanced Production and Through Casing Logging For Reservoir Monitoring
*  Advanced Seismic Data Processing
*  Advanced Turnaround, Shutdown and Outage Management
*  Analysis & Prediction of Natural Fracture System
*  Application of Structuural Geology in Seismic Interpretation
*  Applied EOR Technology and Project Management
*  Applied Petroleum Geostatistics
*  Applied Reservoir Engineering
*  AVO and Seismic Inversion
*  AVO, Attributes and Inversion: Principles and Applications
*  Basic & Advanced Budgeting and Forecasting in Oil & Gas
*  Basin Analysis
*  Carbonate Reservoir Geology
*  Casing and Tubing Stress Analysis
*  Casing Design
*  Clastic Exploration & Reservoir Sedimentology
*  Coalbed Methane and Shale Hydraulic Fracturing
*  Competency Management Systems in Oil & Gas
*  Completion : Equipment, Applications, Types, Installation
*  Completions Design School
*  Deepwater Completions School
*  Deepwater Drilling Operations
*  Deepwater Turbidites
*  Deepwater Well Engineering
*  Directional, Horizontal and Multilateral Drilling – Simulator Assisted
*  Drilling and Completion Fluids
*  Drilling Essentials for New Engineers and Non-Technical Professionals in Oil & Gas
*  E&P Business Simulation
*  Economic Aspects of Production Sharing Contracts
*  Effective Plan Turnaround Management
*  Engineering of Production Systems – Level 1
*  Engineering of Subsea Production Systems
*  EPCIC Contract Management & Essential Elements of International Contract Laws
*  Finance for Non-Finance Professional in Oil & Gas and Fiscal Systems
*  Flow Assurance for Offshore Field Development
*  FPSO & FLNG Design and Technology – Level 2
*  Fractured Reservoir Characterisation
*  Fundamentals of Seismic For Non-Geophysicists
*  Fundamentals Upstream Petroleum Economics and Risk Analysis
*  Gas & LNG Contracts Negotiation
*  Gas Processing
*  Gas-lift Design, Operation and Automation
*  Geopolitical Risk in Oil & Gas
*  Hazop Leadership
*  Heavy Oil Fields Development and Production
*  High Angle, Extended Reach Drilling (ERD) & Complex Wells
*  High Pressure High Temperature Completions
*  High Pressure High Temperature Well Engineering
*  How to interpret Multi-well Pressure Depth Plots from DST’s & RFT’s including Hydrodynamics
*  Human Competency & Capability Development in Oil & Gas
*  Image Log
*  Integrated Methods For Offshore LNG Transfer
*  Integrated Reservoir Studies
*  Integrated Sequence Stratigraphy
*  International Oil & Gas Executive Development Programme – IOGEDP 2013
*  International Petroleum Contracts and Practice in Negotiations
*  Interpreting and Managing Charterparty for Supply Vessels
*  Introduction to Exploration and Production for New Engineers and Non-Technical Professionals
*  Introduction to Offshore Drilling and Production Facilities
*  Introduction to Unconventional Gas
*  Leadership Managing and Team Dynamics in Partnerships in Oil & Gas
*  LNG Fundamentals
*  LNG Markets and Spot Trading
*  LNG Processing
*  Maintenance of Electrical Equipment in Oil & Gas Installations
*  Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
*  Management of International Commercial Arbitration Proceedings
*  Managing Complex Projects for Oil & Gas Professionals
*  Monitoring and Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector
*  Negotiation Skills & Techniques  for Engineers
*  Oil and Gas Financial Modelling
*  Operations Geology
*  OSV Chartering & Charterparty Management With Essential Elements of Maritime Laws
*  Petroleum Economics
*  Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologist
*  Petroleum Risk Analysis & Portfolio Management
*  Primary & Secondary Cementing Technology
*  Process Hazard Assessment using the HAZOP Technique
*  Production Technology for Non-Production Engineers
*  Project Management for Oil & Gas Professionals
*  Prospect Maturation
*  Reliability Centered Maintenance Master Class
*  Reliability Engineering
*  Reservoir Engineering for other Technical Disciplines and Geosciences Professionals
*  Rigless Interventions : Slickline, Coiled Tubing, Hydraulic Workover and New Technologies
*  Risk Based Inspection
*  Root Cause Analysis
*  Rotating Equipment Maintenance and Reliability Excellence
*  Sand Control
*  Seismic Interpretation
*  Strategies For National Oil Companies
*  Stuck Pipe Prevention and Fishing
*  Subsea Control Systems & Umbilicals
*  Subsea Pipeline Engineering
*  Subsurface Mapping for Exploration and Development
*  Surface Production Operations
*  Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills for Engineers and Technical Professionals
*  Training to Reduce Unscheduled Events – T.R.U.E
*  Understanding Well Control
*  Upstream Joint Venture Accounting, Analysis & Audit
*  Velocities, Migration, DMO and Velocity Model Building
*  Well Costings
*  Well Integrity Management
*  Well Intervention and Productivity School (WIPS)
*  Well Test Design and Analysis

Financial Skills For Non-Finance Managers and Executives

Training Financial Skills For Non-Finance Managers and Executives

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Introduction:

In today’s diverse and ever changing business environment, it is crucial for all non-finance managers, executives & officers to develop and sharpen their financial skills.

These skills will enable them to understand and analyse financial statements, contribute effectively in pricing, planning and control decisions and make positive contributions towards effective project selection.

Acquisition of these skills would also enable these personnel to appreciate how their function fits into the overall objectives of the organisation, thus enabling them to better contribute to the organisation’s goal.

Objectives:

By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:-

• The nature and purpose of Accounting & Finance
• The ways economic events are measured, recorded & reported.
• The uses and limitations of accounting information
• The various financing choices available to a company
• Skills in analysing financial statements with a view to improve the organisation’s performance.
• Skills in determining and analysing cost for pricing and other short term decisions.
• Skills in analyzing and selecting appropriate investment projects
• The usefulness and limitations of financial information in decision making.

Program Content:

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
• Four main areas of Finance

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
• What is Accounting?
• Accounting Process
• Role in today’s business
• The Accounting Equation
• Transaction Analysis
• Exercise

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
• Cash Flow verses Profit
• Adjustments including Accruals, Prepayments and Depreciation
• Company Statements
• Sources of Finance
• Exercise

FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
• Trend Analysis
• Common-Size Analysis
• Ratio Analysis Profitability, Efficiency, Liquidity, Gearing & Investment Ratios

CASE STUDY
• Analysing A public listed company’s financial statements

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING/COSTING
• What is Management Accounting?
• Classification of Costs
• Costing Systems & Techniques

FULL COSTING
• Allocation & Apportionment of Overheads
• Service Department Costs
• Determining Selling Price
• Exercise

MARGINAL COSTING & DECISION MAKING
• Profit Statement
• Decision Making
• Break-even Analysis
• Exercise

CAPITAL INVESTMENT
• Forecasting Relevant Project Cash Flows |
• Project evaluation Techniques – Payback, NPV, IRR
• Accepting or Rejecting Projects

Methodology:
• Interactive Lectures • Discussions • Practical Exercises & Case Study
Who Must Attend:
Non-Financial Managers & Executives, working in functional areas other than Accounting & Finance.

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PRODUCTION SHARING CONTRACTS (PSC)

TRAINING ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PRODUCTION SHARING CONTRACTS (PSC)

Course Overview
This three-day course reviews the upstream economic aspects of Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs). It describes in detail the financial structure and mechanisms of PSCs across the world and the economic and value implications of the various terms. The course is punctuated with a number of worked examples and case studies taken from actual contracts in the global oil industry. The course is designed for those working in the upstream industry who are not familiar with PSCs and who require either a working or practical knowledge of the financial mechanics and economic aspects of the contracts. Whilst it is suitable for delegates from all technical and commercial disciplines, some background knowledge in upstream economics would be an advantage. Course participants will: –
» Investigate cost recovery
» Understand profit sharing
» Learn about bonuses and bonus calculations
» Examine sliding scale fiscal mechanisms
» Identify taxation liability and allowances
» Study ring fence calculations and examples
» Analyse and discuss the economics of PSCs
Notes for participants:
– A comprehensive course manual with model answers to the workshop questions will be provided. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Excel is required.
– Delegates will be required to bring a laptop with Excel loaded to undertake the workshops.

Detailed course schedule:

OIL & GAS ASSET NET CASH FLOW – TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT TAKE COMPONENTS
– Production Sharing Contracts
–  Royalty & Taxation Systems
–  Risk Service & other systems
– Calculating Royalties, Taxes, Cost Recovery and Profit Oil Splits

FISCAL SYSTEMS IN PRACTICE
– The concept of marginal government take: Its Meaning and Uses
– Practical Guide to calculation of Marginal Government take
– Worldwide comparison of Government Take

REVIEW OF FISCAL SYSTEMS INCLUDING A SECTION FROM:
Tanzania, Australia, Angola, Ghana, Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Namibia, Malaysia, Norway, USA, Canada, PNG

UPSTREAM ECONOMICS WORKSHOP: THE PSC MODEL CASE STUDY
– Introduction to the gas discovery, PSC based case study
– Establishing the economic model framework, structure & calculation flows
– Understanding the PSC fiscal structure & algorithms
– Determining the field, economic & fiscal data and building the input decks
– Step by step construction and audit of the PSC model
– Running the economic cases & evaluating the results
– Summary and closing remarks

Upstream economics workshop: The PSC model case study

THE ECONOMICS OF LNG INCLUDING A WORKSHOP
– LNG Pricing around the world
– Calculation of the LNG netback price
– Quick guide to LNG Process and costs
– Construction of the LNG Economic model
– Determination of transfer price between the Upstream Project and LNG Plant
– Consideration of the returns to the LNG project versus the returns to the Upstream project

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Here is a list of the related trainings we had held over the years: –
*  Advanced Operation Geology
*  Advanced Pressure Concepts with Ikon Science
*  Advanced Seismic Data Processing
*  Analysis & Prediction of Natural Fracture System
*  Application of Structural Geology in Seismic Interpretation
*  Applied EOR Technology and Project Management
*  Applied Petroleum Geostatistics
*  Applied Reservoir Engineering
*  AVO – Attributes and Inversion: Principles and Applications
*  AVO and Seismic Inversion
*  Basin Analysis
*  Carbonate Reservoir Geology
*  Clastic Exploration & Reservoir Sedimentology
*  Deepwater Turbidites
*  Fractured Reservoir Characterisation
*  Fundamentals of Seismic For Non-Geophysicists
*  Heavy Oil Development and Production
*  How to Interpret multi – well Pressure Depth Plots from DSTs & RFTs including Hydrodynamics
*  Image Log  Interpretation
*  Integrated Reservoir Studies
*  Integrated Sequence Stratigraphy
*  Operations Geology
*  Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologist
*  Prospect Maturation
*  Reservoir Engineering for other Technical Disciplines and Geosciences Professionals
*  Seismic Interpretation
*  Subsurface Mapping for Exploration and Development
*  Velocities – Migration – DMO and Velocity Model Building
*  Well Test Design and Analysis

Lean Tools and Practices: 5S to Kaizen

 Training Lean Tools and Practices: 5S to Kaizen

Introduction

“5S” workplace organization is one of the foundational elements of a Lean Manufacturing initiative. Understanding this simple 5 Words and Kaizen concept is the oldest management system and the best living skill on earth. The Japanese have shown their wisdom by incorporating and imbued this into their organizational structure.

5S is the simplest and most practical 5 point management system developed by Japanese to improve and maintain high level of housekeeping in their work place. Western giants like Intel, Motorola, GM, Ford adopted this practice from Japan. Successful companies reflect high level of 5S!

Quality Place › Quality People › Quality Products & Services

  • SEIRI/SORT – Remove all unnecessary materials and equipment from the factory.

  • SEITON/SET – Everything in the its place and everything has a place.

  • SEISON/SHINE – Clean everything, tools, cabinets, machines and floors.

  • SEIKETSU/SUSTAIN – Maintain high level of Sort, Set & Shine at all times.,

  • SHITSUKE/SELF VALUES – Discipline, Punctual, Good Habits & Learning Attitude.

As a practical workshop, 5S will take you on a journey from uncovering waste, saving money, energy or time, simplifying your working environment, improving quality and safety, increasing profitability as soon as you return to work.

Furthermore, the power of 5S is not only happening in the workplace, it can be practiced by individuals to achieve in life. 5S & Kaizen can be used as a motivational and practical tool assist us to achieve our dreams, mission and vision. By attending this training, it will help you to enhance and stimulate Leadership ability and potential.

Course Objectives

After completing this 2 days training, delegate will be able to:

  • Achieve productivity and efficiency in their workplace

  • Create a neat and tidy working environment

  • Achieve and maintain high Quality, low Cost and prompt Delivery

  • Achieve organization vision and mission

  • Transform a culture of discipline, considerate, logic, friendliness

  • Discover how “5S” workplace organization is the cornerstone of a Lean Initiatives

  • Know the standard of World Class levels of workplace organization and the company cultural shift for ‘5S”

  • Understand the importance of 5S

  • Practise and Leverage on 5S

  • Practise and Commit 5S for team work

Course Outline

DAY 1

Introduction to the World of Kaizen & 5S

  • Definition of Kaizen & 5S

  • How do we pronounce 5S?

  • History of 5S

Visual Management Exercise

  • Practice the level of visibility

  • The support benefits & importance of Seiton

Video Session

  • Video footage of Japanese employees practicing the highest level of 5S

  • Video Analysis: Q & A Session

Implementation 5S

  • How 5S can help your organization to achieve Quality, Cost & Delivery

Practicing 5S in your workplace

  • Discover various methods to practice 5S successfully

5S in Plant & 5S in Office

  • Looking into the abnormalities of plant & office

5W & 5S

  • Who should implement 5S?

  • When is the right timing to implement 5S?

  • What are the criteria to implement 5S?

  • Where do you implement 5S?

  • Why should you implement 5S?

Discussion: Q & A Session

Group Case Study

  • Groups will be given pre 3S photos and make Kaizen recommendation

Group Presentation

5S Song

Open Forum and Discussion on Day 1 topics

  • Open forum and review of participants’ expectations and key questions

DAY 2

Registration

  • Warm up with pronunciation of Kaizen & 5S

  • Interactive Q & A- specific S should be answered by participants

  • Better understanding of each S

Sorting Board

  • Identify & Analyze individuals’ strength & weaknesses

  • Exercise: Reflect the better understanding of oneself

Setting Board

  • Sharing & Creating Personal Dream Board

  • Fundamentals propels the journey to achieve

Shining & Sustaining

  • What kind of a process is Shining & Sustaining?

  • Action points to follow

Discussion: Q & A Session

Word Puzzle

  • 50 words to be Sorted & Set according to 5S

  • Perform ranking for the words that are linked to 5S

  • From confusion to systematize and discreetness

Word Setting

  • Rank the importance of 10 words under Sort, Set, Shine, Sustain & Self Values

  • Explore the difference from Smart to Wise

5S War Cry

The 6th S- Simplicity

  • Wisdom is Simplicity and exploring the uniqueness of 5S

Open Forum and Discussion on Day 2 topics

  • Open forum and review of participants’ expectations and key questions

Target Audience:
Anyone from production and manufacturing industries who are interested in evaluating the 5S & Kaizen as an improvement methodology for their workplace will be benefited from attending this workshop. In particular, executives and managers who are seeking a way to improve their organization by introducing a new culture of change will find that this programme provides an excellent, in-depth introduction to the 5S & Kaizen.

Theory of Constraints in Manufacturing

Theory of Constraints in Manufacturing

“Incorporating TOC Principles into Production System to Yield Significant Profits”

Introduction

What is Theory of Constraints (TOC) and its Benefits to the Production Industries?

Theory of Constraints (TOC) is a holistic, step-by-step management methodology developed for organizations in search of rapid improvement. TOC gives managers a way to find their biggest leverage point for improvement, so that available resources can be allocated where they will have the most impact on helping to reach the goals. TOC uses precise cause-effect logic to drill down through layers of symptoms to identify underlying problems. The TOC methodology has been successfully applied to all areas of for profit and not-profit organizations including production, logistic, project management and organization-wide strategy.

An independent international study investigated more than 100 production companies who had implemented Theory of Constraints (TOC) in their organizations. Previous published research on the application of TOC in the production industries has resulted in the following mean outcomes:

  • 116% profit, throughput

  • 83% increase in revenue

  • 60% improvement in on-time delivery

  • 50% inventory reduction

  • 69% lead time reduction to produce products

  • 66% cycle time reduction

— Professors Victoria Mabin & Steven Balderstone, University of Wellington, NZ

Course Objectives

  • Identify your real opportunities for production improvement- Find the key leverage points to focus your available resources on exactly the right area

  • Improve production operation flow and logistics

  • View your organization as part of the supply chain and begin to address your problems accordingly. Your exposure to the incredibly simple and powerful Drum, Buffer, Rope solution gives you the operational control valve for flow

  • Reduce the amount of work in progress in production, giving every employee a much better chance of meeting customer due dates

  • Discover why efficiency is the enemy of flow

  • Deliver more production projects on time, on budget and within scope

  • Define a new set of measurements for successful production projects – Find out why completing a task on time is no longer the best measurement and what to replace it with

  • Get better results no matter how or when Murphy strike

  • Identify and overcome assumptions from the past- Understand a powerful, proven production process used by top corporations

  • Reduce cycle time on production projects significantly by remove the hidden padding from production projects and discover how to increase the capacity of existing resources by 25% or more

  • Enhance in-place improvement efforts such as Lean, Just-in-time and Total Quality Management – Many good methods fail to get significant results because they are applied everywhere at once. Theory of Constraints (TOC) helps you apply them selectively in the most critical areas, so that you will be able to work effectively

Course Outline

DAY 1

Introduction & Agenda

  • What “productivity improvement” really means

  • Difference between physical and invisible constraints

  • The 5 Focusing Steps to managing constraints

  • Identify the Constraints

  • Decide how to exploit the constraints

  • Subordinate & synchronize everything else to the above decisions

  • Elevate the performance of the constraints

  • If in any of the above steps the constraint has shifted, go back to Step

  • Case Study: Applying the 5 Focusing Steps

  • The conflicts behind current decision-making in Production Operations

  • The Problems with Cost Accounting and Activity Based Costing

  • Bringing Deming (Statistical Process Control) and Goldratt (Theory of Constraints) together for major production improvement

Symptoms of Problems in Production Operations

  • Defining a symptom- the “Undesirable Effect”

  • Real-Life Example- Some orders are delivered incomplete

  • Participant’s Undesirable effects in Production Operations

  • Connection between symptoms and root problems (The Disease)

Production Operations: Root Problem Diagnosis

  • The System Approach- Introduce a systematic set of processes to manage production operations

  • Overview of the 5 Thinking Processes

  • Case Study: Production Operations flow problem in an actual company

    Through simulation exercise, you will experience powerful new insights into how to significantly improve flow in any production operations environment. You will learn how to diagram a conflict behind a problem and understand how deeper problems can be analyzed this way

  • The core problem of Production Operations- Efficiency Measurements

  • Open Discussion: Why 100% utilization of most resources is a bad idea

  • The Solution

  • Measurement in the Throughput world

Production Operations Simulations

  • Introduction to computer simulations

  • First Simulation: The Problem in all production operations environments

  • The Deming approach to common cause variation

  • Applying the 5 Focusing Steps in the simulation

  • Second Simulation: A system’s approach

  • Drum, Buffer & Rope Solution

    The Drum-Buffer-Rope method used to schedule operations, allows one to set the pace of the process (Drum), provide an allowance for ‘Murphy’ (Buffer) and control material release (Rope)

  • Implementation Solution

Open Forum On Day 1 Topics

  • Open forum & review of participants’ expectations and key questions

DAY 2

Conflicts Behind Undesirable Effects

  • Why compromises fail to solve production operations’ problem

  • The Conflict Resolution Diagram

  • Class Exercise: Building conflict diagrams from undesirable effects

    Conflict Resolution

    Learn how to use the conflict resolution DIAGRAM and negative branch techniques to deal with conflicts in production operations with one other person, empowerment issues, internal decision making difficulties. You will also be introduced to systems conflicts and the TOC approach.

  • Uncovering hidden assumptions that prevent solutions

  • Injections: The breakthrough in eliminating production operations problems permanently

  • Defining a Core Conflict- School & Class Example

Critical Chain for Production Project Management

  • The challenge for reducing cycle times in production projects- 25% or better

  • The Multi Project environment- Too many projects, not enough time

    Participants would be able to see the effect of pushing too many production projects (Excessive order) into a system. You will learn the difference between good and bad multitasking. In this session, you will discover how to significantly reduce bad multitasking through staggering production projects correctly (The use of Drum and Strategic Resource buffers)

  • Multi tasking simulations- Doubling the number of production projects completed

  • The constraints of the single project environment- Protecting the wrong thing

  • The Solution Part I: Protecting the Production Projects- not the tasks

  • The Solution Part II: Managing by Buffers

Supply Chain

  • Identifying the constraints in a supply chain

  • Dealing with the constraints in a supply chain

  • Example

The Next Step

  • Discussion of participant situations and case studies

  • Current cases & issues in production

Target Audience:
Anyone from production and manufacturing industries who are interested in evaluating the Theory of Constraints as an improvement methodology will be benefit from attending this workshop. In particular, executives and managers who are seeking a way to improve their organization by introducing a new culture of change will find that this programme provides an excellent, in-depth introduction to the TOC Methodology. Typically, they’re heads, managers and executives from the following departments:

  • Production

  • Manufacturing

  • Plant

  • Operation

  • QA

Stakeholder Management

Training Stakeholder Management

Introduction

On completion of the program, the participants will have a deeper understanding of the concept of stakeholder management. They will be trained on how to develop an integrated stakeholder management plan to manage stakeholder opportunities and challenges.

Course Objectives

By the end of the programs, the participant will be able to:

  1. Define the term stakeholder management

  2. Categorize different types of stakeholders

  3. Identify stakeholders in the organization

  4. Recognize importance of stakeholder management

  5. List stages in managing stakeholder relationships

  6. Undertake stakeholder analysis

  7. List key components of stakeholder engagement

  8. Develop a stakeholder communication matrix

Course Outline

D A Y  1

1. Introduction to Stakeholder Management

Introduces the concept of Stakeholder Management and why it is necessary to undertake stakeholder analysis and stakeholder engagement. It also covers the problems faced and key practical issues faced in stakeholder management and how these may be overcome through stakeholder management.

2. Factors that affect Stakeholder Management

This section introduces factors such as organizational climate and individual stakeholder management skills necessary for stakeholder management. Under the section on organizational climate, organizational culture considerations are covered. This is followed by a discussion on key dimensions for stakeholder engagement.

D A Y  2

3. Stages in Stakeholder Management

Identifies the various stages involved in stakeholder management such as stakeholder identification, stakeholder analysis, stakeholder mapping and stakeholder engagement. Each stage is covered through a series of practical exercises that will be carried out by the participants.

4. Stakeholder Collaboration Approaches

Introduces the concept of different stakeholder collaboration approaches such as informing, consulting, involving and empowering. Each approach will be considered separately and in conjunction towards meeting a specific business objective of a project being undertaken by a case study.

5. Principles of Stakeholder Management

The session will conclude with a discussion on the key principles of stakeholder management and how these principles apply within the context of projects undertaken in the organization.

Target Audience:

  1. Project Managers, Functional Managers and Executives who are involved directly or indirectly in managing stakeholders either in a supportive, managerial or operational capacity.

  2. Project team members who deal with vendors and customers on a regular basis in meeting project objectives.

Project Risk Management

 Project Management: Project Risk Management

 “Learn to set up a monitoring and control system to manage risk effectively.”

Introduction

This module introduces the concept of project risk management. Given that all project are subject to risk, project managers and team members have to be in a position to transfer or reduce unacceptable risk and then set up a monitoring and control system to manage risk effectively.

This course provides the participants will deeper insights into issues that relate to risk and how these risks should be controlled. It includes an overview on risk conditions and decision-making and provides numerous opportunities for participants to undertake exercises in order to gain a deeper understanding of the concepts covered.

Course Objectives

At the end of the program the participants will be able to understand:

  • What risk is and why it is important
  • The differences between certainty, risk and uncertainty
  • The concept of risk management
  • The basic components of a risk management system
  • Risk conditions and decision making

Course Outline

D A Y  1

  • Introduction to project risk management
  • Project risk management planning
  • Approaches to risk handling
  • Project Risk conditions and decision making
  • Project Risk response strategies

D A Y  2

  • Project Risk attitude
  • Project Risk identification
  • Project Risk classification
  • Project Risk analysis
  • Project Risk response

Target Audience:

  1. Project Managers, Functional Managers and Executives who are involved directly or indirectly in managing stakeholders either in a supportive, managerial or operational capacity.

  2. Project team members who deal with vendors and customers on a regular basis in meeting project objectives.

Project Management Planning

Project Planning: Project Management Planning

Introduction

Project Management planning is an advanced course in project management. It aims to provide the participants with a deeper understanding of the importance of and benefits of undertaking a detailed planning on various aspects of any project prior to and during execution of projects.

Course Objectives

The terminal objective of this program is that the participants will be able to independently organize and integrate planning activities required to ensure projects are undertaken as planned. Essentially they will be able to have an overview of key deliverables required and develop a structured plan covering key areas related to project management.

At the end of the program the participants will be able to:

  1. Assemble the core project team to plan a project

  2. Document the project scope in a work breakdown structure

  3. Complete and interpret work estimates

  4. Identify the appropriate resources needed a project

  5. Build a project schedule

  6. Estimate and interpret project costs

  7. Explain the basics for procuring external goods and services

  8. Explain the relevance of communications and quality planning

  9. Complete and interpret a project plan

Course Outline

  • Introduction to project management planning

  • Overview of project management areas and project management planning processes

  • Overview of project phases and project life cycle

  • Project schedule development

  • Project schedule control

  • Time and cost estimation

  • Earned value analysis

Project Management — A Key to Well-planned Project

Project Management — A Key to Well-planned Project

Introduction

Project Management is a skill needed for a project manager to undertake his tasks successfully implemented. A project is a job that is done once whereas most other jobs are on-going or repetitive and managing one time jobs is different from managing on-going ones. Project management is the planning, scheduling and controlling the project activities to meet project objectives. The major activities that must be met include performance, cost and time goals. Therefore the management of a project is a crucial skill to be mastered by a manager. Although managing projectshas been on for thousand of years the practice has only recently been recognized as a discipline in its own right. In today’s fast pace world, organization that practice sound project management methods have competitive advantage over those who fly by the seats of the pant. Why? Because competition becoming time-based and as well as cost-based.

Course Objectives

After completing the 2 days course, the participants should be able to:

  • Understand the basic principles, techniques and practice in Project Management.

  • Recognize the critical aspects of Project Management that is Cost, Performance, Time and Risk.

  • Know the complex human relationship including leadership, teamwork and conflict management.

  • Apply various techniques of effective planning and control of projecttasks.

  • Present project planand tasks and their justification of proposals.

  • Recognize the common pitfalls in the project management and how to avoid them.

Course Content

DAY 1

An overview of the project management

  • What is a project

  • What is project management

  • The human side of project management

  • Steps in managing project

  • Project Management System

General Approach to Project Planning

  • The importance of planning

  • Project PlanningSteps

Developing Project Mission, Goals and Objectives

  • The important of mission statements

  • The mission identification process

  • Developing project objectives

DAY 2

The Planning Tools

  • WBS

  • Scheduling Project Work

  • Gantt Chart

Project Control & Evaluation

  • Team member self control

  • Project Control System

  • Designing the right system

  • Project Evaluation

Q & A Session

Target Audience:
Project Managers, Project Leaders, Team Leaders, Facilitators, Planners, and Trouble-shooters

Project Failure Recovery

Training Project Failure Recovery

Introduction

This course provides participants with tools and techniques that may be used to rescue projects that are deemed to be in trouble by virtue of budget, time line or quality issues. The methodology that will be covered is one that is being adopted as best practices in major corporations in attempting to recover from a project that is on a downward projectile.

The key areas covered will be project assessment considerations followed by a structured and systematic approach to minimize further losses and delays and revert back as fast as possible to its original intended outcome.

The approach adopted for this course would be a case study approach.

Course Objectives

At the end of the program, the participants should be able to:

  • Define the different categories of projects

  • List characteristics of troubled projects

  • Recognize key requirements for assessing project status

  • Identify competencies needed to assess and recover from troubled projects

  • Assess critical parameters of troubled projects

  • Analyze findings from assessments made

  • Select appropriate action plans needed for recovery

  • Develop means to recover from troubled projects

  • Undertake recovery process based on plan

  • Monitor the recovery process

Course Outline

DAY 1

  • An overview of the concept of “troubled” projects

  • Why projects become “troubled”

  • Key things to look out for to prevent project failure

  • Importance of project assessment and recovery

  • Requirements for project assessment and recovery

DAY 2

  • Developing a project assessment plan

  • Characteristics of an assessment plan

  • Critical documentation analysis

  • Opportunity, threats and issues recognition

  • Tools and techniques for conducting project assessments

  • Requirements for monitoring project recovery

Fundamentals of Project Management

Project Management: Fundamentals of Project Management

Introduction

Fundamentals of Project Management are an introductory course to project management. It is designed to lay down the foundations for a more in depth study of project management through a basic overview of key concepts. Participants will be exposed to key concepts and will be provided with an opportunity to recognize how these key concepts are crucial in ensuring project success.

Course Objectives

At the end of the program the participants will have a deeper and more meaningful insight on the key issues of concern to all project teams. They will be able to relate better to common problems and issue encountered in projects and be able to extend their knowledge base in this field more confidently in the future.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to fundamentals of project management

  • Definition of project management and project management structures

  • Importance of project management

  • The characteristics of project management

  • The potential benefits and challenges of project management

  • Overview of the PMBOK guide

  • Stages in project life cycle

  • Individual and team issues in projects

  • Managing project stakeholders

Target Audience:

  1. Project Managers, Functional Managers and Executives who are involved directly or indirectly in managing stakeholders either in a supportive, managerial or operational capacity.
  2. Project team members who deal with vendors and customers on a regular basis in meeting project objectives.

Project Management: Case Study Based Project Management

Project Management: Case Study Based Project Management

 

“Learn from real projects undertaken in real time”

Introduction

When undertaking projects at work, a lot of what is done is not based on best practices in project management. This is primarily due to disconnect that exists between concepts and practical application of these concepts when dealing with real life situations at work. In this regard, it would be better to learn about important project management concepts through a case study based approach.

This two day intensive case study based training program is designed to facilitate the application of key project management based concepts in practice. The program shall entail the participants being broken up into a number of groups and to engage in a group based discussion in order to answer questions posed at the end of case study that has been specially designed for the training program.

After the group based discussion has been done, the team members in the group shall be required to make a presentation of their group discussion findings for the rest of the class. This presentation will be open to questions from the floor and comments from the rest of the class.

Once all the comments have been made, the course facilitator shall comment on the presentations made in terms of relevance and adequacy in dealing with the issues raised in the case provided. The facilitator shall provide solutions to the questions posed so that the participants are able to learn what they could have done better to address the case study based situation indicated in the case study.

Course Objectives

On completion of the program, the participants will have a deeper understanding of project management principles that may be applied in real life when faced with reality on the ground.

By the end of the programs, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify key project objectives

  • Define project scope

  • Prepare a project requirement document

  • Create a project work breakdown structure

  • Calculate time to complete a project

  • Identify the critical path in a project

  • Develop stakeholder maps

  • Identify risks associated with a project

Course Outline

D A Y  1

Introduction to Project Management

  • Difference between projects and operations
  • Meaning of Project Management

Project Objectives

  • Importance of setting project objectives
  • Setting objectives for project identified in case study
  • Review of objectives defined

Project Scope

  • Project Scope definition
  • Developing a WBS for project identified in case study

D A Y  2

Stakeholder Management

  • Stages in stakeholder management
  • Identifying stakeholders for project defined in case study

Time Management

  • Time management
  • Developing project schedule for project defined in case study

Cost Management

  • Project cost management
  • Developing budget for project defined in case study

Risk Management

  • Risk Management
  • Developing a risk register for project defined in case study
  • Summary and overview of key lessons learnt

Target Audience:
Project managers and project team members, Project sponsors, Line managers, Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors.

Training Advanced Project Management II

Training Advanced Project Management II

Training Februari 2015, Training Maret 2015, Training April 2015, Training Mei 2015, Training Juni 2015, Training Juli 2015, Training Agustus 2015, Training September 2015, Training Oktober 2015, Training November 2015, Training Desember 2015 (Tanggal dan Tempat Silahkan pilih)

About the course

This 3-day advanced level course for experienced project management professionals addresses the fundamental principles and techniques of project management and how to apply them on large international projects. This course will cover all the project phases with hands-on content directly supported by practical case studies.

Course Content 

  • Why Projects Fail
  • Project Management Principles (PMT, scope, cost, schedule, safety and quality)
  • Stakeholders Management on International Projects
  • Host Country – Business and Culture
  • Contracting Strategies and Negotiations
  • Global Engineering – from Concept through Detailed Design
  • Procurement and Logistics
  • Fabrication, Construction and Commissioning
  • International Project Risk Management
  • Leadership and Strategy

You will learn

  • Why international projects fail and the early warning signs to look for
  • The principles of project management that ensure project success
  • How to build a strong and effective Project Management Team (PMT)
  • How to identify and manage project stakeholders
  • How to conduct business and yourself in the international arena
  • How to select an effective contracting strategy and the appropriate negotiation style
  • The practical approach for Global Engineering, Procurement, Logistics, Fabrication, Construction and Commissioning
  • How to conduct Project Risk Management throughout the entire project lifecycle
  • How to apply effective leadership and strategy on your international project

Designed For 

Experienced project managers, project engineers, project controls managers and construction managers who are working on large international projects or about to start new assignments on international projects. Practical case studies will cover the entire spectrum of a large international project and will include offshore and onshore capital investment.

Financial Accounting, Reporting and Business Support in the Oil and Gas Industry

Financial Accounting, Reporting and Business Support in the Oil and Gas Industry

29 – 31 Januari 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
10 – 12 Februari 2015, New Saphir Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Maret 2015, Ibis Style Hotel, Yogyakarta
07 – 09 April 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
12 – 14 Mei 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
23 – 25 Juni 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
01 – 03 Juli, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Agustus 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 September 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
06 – 08 Oktober 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
17 – 19 November 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 Desember 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta

This course provides you with the latest financial knowledge and skills, through the evaluation of strategic issues and challenges facing the industry. It explores the internationally accepted accounting methods and techniques used in the Oil & Gas sector to report costs, asset values and profit as well as techniques of financial evaluations. You will also examine the latest risk management techniques, enabling you to manage and control oil price, exchange rate and interest rate volatility using derivatives. In addition we will explore project management techniques in this exciting course designed to develop and enhance your skills and knowledge of this unique industry.

This course will feature:

An analysis of the major Strategic Issues affecting the Oil & Gas Industry
Key financial accounting methods and techniques
An analysis of Joint Venture and Product Sharing Agreements
The latest Risk Management techniques
The latest Project Management techniques

What are the Goals?

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Evaluate the long term strategic issues facing the Oil and Gas industry
Analyse the financial, economic and commercial drivers
Evaluate performance using key financial accounting methods and techniques
Deliver more timely and useful information to decision makers
Improve project controls, measurement & performance reporting & overall corporate governance

Who is this Course for?

This course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

Accountants and Finance Professionals responsible for financial accounting, treasury, budget preparation and management reporting
Process and Non-technical Professionals who require a more in-depth understanding of financial accounting reporting, project management and forecasting techniques
Financial Planners and Cost Analysts
Line/Unit Heads with direct planning and budgeting responsibility
Account Personnel and Business Consultants

Training Outline

Oil and Gas Industry Overview & the Role of Accounting and Finance

The Nature of the Oil & Gas sector
Current & Future challenges within the sector – a question of Supply & Demand
The Role of the Finance professional
Various financial reporting frameworks
Oil and Gas financial accounting and reporting principles

Oil and Gas Accounting Methods and Techniques

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) & International Accounting Standards (IAS) relevant for oil and gas companies
Specific financial accounting treatment in the Oil & Gas sector
Accounting for Costs – Acquisition; Exploration; Development & Production
Accounting for Assets – Asset Recognition; Depreciation Depletion & Amortisation and Asset Retirement
Accounting for Revenue

Partnerships and understanding financial information

Joint Ventures and Product Sharing Agreements
Financial Performance, Position and Cash Flow Statements
Ratio Analysis and Interpretation
Analysing and Interpreting ‘Energy Specific’ Ratios
Comparative Analysis & Benchmarking

Risk Management

Understand the Market and Risks
Importance and Application of Risk Management
Hedging using Derivatives
Developing and Managing Contingencies
Probabilistic Methodology using Monte Carlo Simulation

Capital Contracting and Project Performance and Reporting

Identify The Business Needs & Developing, Measuring And Reporting KPI’s
Project Lifecycle and Project Planning/Management
Probabilistic Methodology Using Monte Carlo Simulation
Developing and Challenging A Cost Estimate
Earned Value Management for Oil And Gas

Mastering Finance for Non-Financial Oil and Gas Personnel

Mastering Finance for Non-Financial Oil and Gas Personnel

This course is aimed at professionals from all areas of business who require a better understanding of how finance works. The course offers insights into the main factors that are essential to the successful financial management of Oil and Gas corporations. In an uncertain economic environment managers need to be aware of the power and importance of key stakeholders – shareholders, bankers, customers and suppliers. Managers need to efficiently allocate resources, whilst recognizing environmental and ethical concerns, controlling risks, and effectively communicating strategy and performance.

This course provides professionals from non-finance backgrounds with a fundamental grasp of the important principles of finance. This gives them the confidence to work alongside financial experts, make informed choices and fully participate in the management process.

This course will feature:

The relevance & importance of accounting & finance to the success of your business.
The unique features of Oil & Gas accounting that impact on reporting & decision making.
Budgeting and costing techniques & how to apply them.
The techniques available to determine the most profitable & worthwhile investments for your business.
Effective ways to control the financial risks of your business.

What are the Goals?

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Understand and evaluate corporate financial reports.
Determine sources of capital, and capital structure.
Identify and appraise wealth-generating investments.
Recognise, quantify, and control financial risk.
Understand & apply accounting & financial techniques in an Oil & Gas corporation.

Who is this Course for?

This course is suitable for a wide range of professionals, working in the Oil and Gas industry, who wish to expand their financial knowledge, in order to achieve career progress.  It will be most relevant to middle and senior managers who have responsibility for divisional or organizational success and will greatly benefit the following:

Members of the operational management team
Marketing, sales and administration managers
Engineers and geologists
Risk managers
Executive and non-executive board members

Training Topics

Finance and Accounting

The different meanings of ‘Finance’
Why Finance is important for your business
Raising finance – you need a Business Plan
Sources and types of finance
The financial accounting system
Recording oil and gas transactions

The key elements of Oil and Gas Reporting

The major differences between US GAAP and IFRS reporting
The treatment of exploration and evaluation costs – ‘successful efforts’ or ‘full cost’
Recognition and valuation of oil and gas assets – tangible and intangible
Revenue recognition – upstream, midstream and downstream
Financial analysis techniques – common sizing and ratio analysis
Analysis and interpretation of Oil and Gas company reports

Accounting as an Information System

Management Accounting as an effective tool for communication
Costing oil and gas operations and processes
Cost-Volume-Profit and break-even analysis
Oil and gas budgeting – objectives, methodologies and processes
How to prepare budgets for oil and gas operations
Analysing variances between budget and actual results

Cost of Capital and Investment Appraisal

Why you need to know your Cost of Capital
The cost of equity, cost of debt, and weighted average cost of capital (WACC)
Identifying new investment opportunities for your oil and gas business
Basic investment appraisal techniques – ARR and Payback
Discounted investment appraisal techniques, NPV and IRR
Capital rationing decisions using the profitability index and Excel solver

Financial Risk Management

The main types of risk and principles for risk management
New investment risk in oil and gas operations
Financing risk
Interest rate risk
Foreign currency risk
The corporate governance requirements for effective risk management

Cara Bernegosiasi Dengan Vendors dan Suppliers

How to Negotiate With Vendors and Suppliers

17 – 18 Februari 2015, 03 – 04 Maret, 14 – 15 April, 05 – 06, Mei 2015, Juni 2015, Juli 2015 , Agustus 2015, September 2015, Oktober 2015, November 2015, Desember 2015. (Tanggal dan Bulan bisa Request)

This training course delivers the essence of negotiating in two power-packed day. From what’s really happening when two parties come together to how to look out for an organization’s interests … from what to say and how to say it to what’s better left unspoken … this training delivers. Whether your employees are natural-born deal-makers or not, this training course has something to offer everyone involved in negotiations.

In How to Negotiate With Vendors and Suppliers, participants will learn…

Essentials elements of buyer-seller negotiations
Preparation: The single most important key to buying success
How to establish negotiation goals and determine the bottom line
How to listen, THEN speak: Critical skills for clear negotiation communication
Common haggling tactics and how to handle them
How to overcome universal buyer-seller bargaining obstacles
Negotiating tops to use with long-term vendors and suppliers

TRAINING AGENDA

Understanding the essential elements of buyer-seller negotiations

Preparation: The single most important key to buying success

How to establish negotiation goals and determine a bottom line

Listen, THEN speak: Critical skills for clear negotiation communication

Common haggling tactics and how to handle them

Overcoming those universal buyer-seller bargaining obstacles

Negotiating tips to use with long-term vendors and suppliers

Training Operational Excellence in the Process Industry

Operational Excellence in the Process Industry (The Key to a Lean and Low-Risk Failure)

29 – 31 Januari 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
10 – 12 Februari 2015, New Saphir Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Maret 2015, Ibis Style Hotel, Yogyakarta
07 – 09 April 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
12 – 14 Mei 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
23 – 25 Juni 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
01 – 03 Juli, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Agustus 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 September 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
06 – 08 Oktober 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
17 – 19 November 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 Desember 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta

DESCRIPTION

This course presents the best practices from High Reliability Organizations (HROs) with respect to both excellence and safety. HRO is a term that refers to industries such as oil and gas, process, nuclear and aviation, where they possess a high degree of reliability despite their hazardous environment. It shows how organizations can learn from failures and near misses, as well as from other industries. Operational excellence will cover aspects of safety, risk, reliability, and quality management. This will include best practice at both strategic and operational levels, as well as in specific areas that relate to management skills, reliability and decision analysis, benchmarking, and information systems.

This course will feature:

Understanding of safety, risk and continuity of operations
Development of people management skills
Mastering techniques that can enhance plant reliability
How to conduct benchmarking and quality systems auditing
Applying decision analysis approaches

What are the Goals?

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Explain the benefits of acquiring best practices from HROs
Show how activities play a part in helping their organization perform at a higher level
Determine methods for generating and implementing effective performance metrics
Use a process improvement methodology back at work
Analyze critically the methodologies employed in the organization & implement improvements

Who is this Course for?

This course is highly recommended for all Operations, Maintenance, Reliability, Engineering and Technical Support staff. Also, this course is applicable to any person actively involved or contemplating safety, performance measurement, improvement and/or quality and reliability related activities.

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

Operations & Process Professionals
Reliability & Safety Professionals
Other professionals involved in process improvement

Training Topics

Safety Systems and Risk Management

Safety first
Learning from failures
Analyzing near misses, incidents & accidents
Taxonomy of theories
Risk assessment, Choice of case studies
Types of recommendations

Continuity of Operations – Plant Systems Reliability

Coping with risks
Defining reliability and resilience
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) techniques
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
Reliability Blok Diagram (RBD)
Practical examples and case studies

Case Studies from High Reliability Organizations (HROs)

Case from Aviation industry
Case from Process industry
Case from Oil and Gas industry
Case from Nuclear industry
Group work and group presentations

The Concept of Generic Lessons & Benchmarking

Attributes of the generic lessons
Best practice of learning from failures from different industries
Best practice can be learned from worst practice
The ten generic lessons and the three underpinning factors
What is benchmarking? History of benchmarking
Different methods of benchmarking and how they relate to each other

A Model of Learning and Unlearning Excellence

Adaptive organizational learning
Routine dynamics
The Decision-Making Grid (DMG) model
A framework for analyzing near-misses and failures
High severity with low frequency versus high severity with high frequency

Budgeting, Financial Strategy & Driving Business Value Training

Budgeting, Financial Strategy & Driving Business Value
17 – 19 Februari 2015, 03 – 05 Maret, 14 – 16 April, 05 – 07, Mei 2015, Juni 2015, Juli 2015 , Agustus 2015, September 2015, Oktober 2015, November 2015, Desember 2015. (Tanggal dan Bulan bisa Request)

Course Background

How much more could your company be worth and how can you help to achieve this? Companies often have enormous potential to increase the intrinsic value of their businesses – and this may often be much greater than management believes or expects. Achieving consistently superior value growth is arguably what distinguishes great companies from all others.

Driving business value as a principle is not new and yet many businesses have failed to grasp that it is something that can be explicitly managed. The process of driving business value, or ‘Managing for Value’, shows how to link long-term goals expressed in the financial strategy with day-to-day management tools, like budgeting. As a process, it requires a fresh look at what each business and function can and should do to unlock new sources of value growth.

This comprehensive 3–day course is designed to help delegates to:

Understand the key challenges in financial strategy, budgeting and driving business value
Understand the critically important and often ignored linkages between financial strategy, budgeting and business value
Develop a value plan framework and link it to the strategy and key performance indicators (KPIs) in the budget
Develop a master budget and calculate financial KPIs relating to conventional profitability criteria and value creating economic profit criteria
Understand revenue budgeting and the importance of variance analysis
Understand capital budgeting and the techniques associated with it
How to apply capital budgeting techniques in financial strategy analysis
Apply the principles of economic profit analysis or alternative value-performance related measures
Understand the importance of non financial budgetary indicators and related frameworks, like the balanced scorecard
Understand value based management and the principles of managing for value

Day 1


Strategy, performance, planning and control in context – the big picture

  • Corporate strategy versus business strategy and difference from operational annual plans and budgeting

  • Link between corporate strategy, financial strategy, planning and budgeting

  • Managing for value and value based management (VBM) – managing for both short-term profit and long-term value

Basics of budgeting and variance analysis

  • Introducing a framework for categorising industry risk across a range of key factors:

  • Linking financial strategy, business unit analysis and budgeting

  • Budgeting – link with financial statements

  • Corporate strategy versus business strategy and difference from operational annual plans and budgeting

  • Income and balance sheet analysis

    – Ratio and key performance indicator (KPI) analysis

         – Pont framework for analysing business performance

         – Classification of ratios

         – Profitability ratios

         – Liquidity ratios

         – Working capital, including the importance of working capital management and the cash conversion cycle

         – Debt ratios

         – Market ratios

         – Capital structure and solvency

         – Cash flow analysis

         – Z-score analysis

    – Variance analysis

         – Basics of variance analysis

         – Flexible budgeting

    – Rolling forecasts

         – What are they and how to prepare

         – Re-forecasting when there are changes in the environment

         – Impact and likelihood analysis

         – Actions required to get back on track and achieve the goals

    – Behavioural aspects

         – Budgeting game

         – Need to link with performance measurement and reward systems

Case study: Developing and analysing a financial plan and applying the DuPont framework.

Economic profit analysis, performance measurement and key performance indicators (KPIs)

  • Performance measurement, income statement analysis and economic profit

  • Understanding and applying economic profit analysis

  • Introduction to alternative approaches – Cash Value Added (CVA), Cash Flow Return On Investment (CFROI), and Value Driver Trees (VDTs)

Day 2

Capital budgeting

Interest and time value of money concept and application

  • Compound interest, the time value of money and discounted cash flow (DCF) methodology

  • Interest rate and inflation relationship – the Fisher effect

Project appraisal/ capital budgeting techniques

  • Payback period

  • Return on investment

  • NPV and (modified) IRR analysis

  • Profitability index

  • Impact of capital rationing

  • Decision-making criteria

  • Importance of sensitivity analysis

  • Quantitative versus qualitative issues

Group work: Applying the capital budgeting techniques in practice.


Cost of capital and hurdle rates

  • Why important

    – Portfolio assessment

    – Valuation – DCF analysis

    – Performance measurement – economic profit

  • Determination of the cost of capital

    – Weighted average cost of capital

    – Cost of equity

    – Different methods, e.g. Capital asset pricing model (CAPM)

    – Understanding components:

         – Risk-free rate

         – Beta

         – Equity risk premium

         – Derivation in developing markets

    – Cost of debt

         – Different methods -including yield to maturity and credit spread

         – Debt:equity mix: book versus market values

    – Hurdle rate: what are they and why used

Case study: Reviewing a cost of capital calculation for a publicly traded company.

Day 3


Using the tools of project appraisal to evaluate strategy in financial terms

  • Using valuation principles to examine financial strategy

  • Valuation components for strategy valuation focussing upon differences from project appraisal and project financing decisions

    – Derivation of cash flows using value driver information and financial statements

    – Time and competitive advantage period

    – Key challenges, e.g. estimating terminal value

    – Value drivers – definition and application

    – Market signals analysis -triangulation and share price

    analysis

Case studies: Strategic value analysis of a publicly traded company.


Managing for value and value based management (VBM)

  • Definition and principles

  • Managing for both short-term profit and long-term value

  • Link between managing for value and operational plans

  • Value shifts and conglomerate discount

  • Examples, including ‘parenting’ of strategic business units

  • Consolidated versus business perspective – sum of the parts analysis

  • How to use the corporate valuation toolkit to value strategic business units

  • Deriving the strategic business unit cost of capital and the use of competitive analysis to establish required information

  • Managing business units to grow value

    – Importance of value perspective

    – Importance of relative valuation

    – Link with merger and acquisition analysis

Case study: Excel based case study requiring:

  • Calculation of the strategic business unit cost of capital

  • Calculation of strategic business unit value

  • Valuation of the whole company comprising 4 different business units

  • Assessment of the issues in deriving an optimal capital structure

Wrap-up and summary

  • Putting it all together:

  • Interpreting financial strategy in financial terms

  • Converting this to a business unit perspective

  • Linking the strategic perspective to financial planning and budgeting

IFSA 2013 and Islamic Investment Accounts

IFSA 2013 and Islamic Investment Accounts
27 – 28 January 2015, 05 – 06 Februari 2015, 11 – 12 Maret 2015 (Tentative Or as Request)

Course Introduction

Under the repealed Islamic Banking Act 1983 (IBA), all monies accepted from customers were classified as Islamic deposits, which comprise of both deposit and investment products. The Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 (IFSA) provides greater legal clarity on application of the various types of Shariah financial contracts and ensures end-to-end compliance in Islamic banking operations.

Under the IFSA 2013, Islamic banks will now have to segregate Islamic deposits with a principle guaranteed feature from Investment accounts with a non-principle guaranteed feature.
To facilitate smooth implementation of the reclassification process and ensure relevant stakeholders interest are protected.

Islamic Finance Training provides a comprehensive understanding of the impact of IFSA on Islamic Investment accounts and its enforcement of penalties. It will also highlight the distinction between Islamic deposit versus Islamic investment products and the Shariah resolutions on Islamic Investment products.

Key Highlights

Understanding the Shariah compliant requirements of IFSA 2013
Analyzing the Shariah resolutions on Islamic investment accounts
Salient features and guidelines of investment products
Compliance and penalties for non-compliance

Who Should Attend

Bankers
Shariah Advisers and Shariah Officers
Compliance Product Development Officers
Academicians

Developing Effective Scope of Work & Contracting Strategy

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Developing Effective Scope of Work & Contracting Strategy

OVERVIEW

Now more than ever, the success of business critically depending on how best we  develop  our scope of work  and  setting  contracting strategy.  . Now day’s businesses require an up to date tools and methods on how to prepare effective scope and to conduct good contracting strategy. This  course introduces the concepts, issues, techniques and best practices you will study in greater depth to deliver fast, focused, high quality with inherent learning process in planning and delivering contracts.  First, you will  learn key  ingredient  of effective scope of work  and to   discuss the dynamic role of contracting strategy.  You also will learn the entire contract process from both owner and contractors perspectives, from pre-RFP planning, scope and proposal development, and negotiation through contract administration and execution.

OBJECTIVES

• To discuss and identify  best practices of  developing  fast, focused and highly quality scope of work

• To present examples from the real world best practices of contracting strategy..

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Contract Authorized Managers, Supply Chain Management Professionals, Project Leaders, Procurement & professional  Buyers, Project Teams, and Other professionals who seek for tools and  methods to develop   high quality Scope and  Contracting  Strategy.

COURSE CONTENT

Scope  Development  & Contracting   Strategy

• Consolidated  Demand  Plan and  Managing Expectation

• Effective Supplier Market Assessment

• Preparing  Sharp and Concise  Scope of Work

• Effective Prequalification and  Bidders Screening

• Contracting Strategy  & African Flag Contracts Map

• Case studies and Exercise

• Contract Package Preparation

• Managing  Feed Back and Lesson Learnt  for Contracting

• Critical Contract Deliverables

• Efficient Bidding  to Get the Best Fit Contractor.

• Contracting Strategy Case Study & Worksho

FINANCIAL MODELLING

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FINANCIAL MODELLING

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Financialmodelinghas beenused widelybybanksandother financialprofessionsandhas beenusedfor various purposes offinancial analysis. Varioustypes offinancialmodels, among others, riskanalysismodels, tradingmodelsandothers.But thekind offinancial modeliscommonlyusedfinancialstatementsprojectionmodel, soin a varietyof training, the trainersfocusedspecificallyonbuilding afinancial modelthat type.

The process of making financial model also involves an element of science and art. Thus, following a good financial modeling training is a must for those looking to upgrade their careers in finance.

For professional staff, managers and leaders in the company, an adequate understanding of the various Financial Model to be very important to emphasize.

Through financial modeling training, the participants will be introduced to the concept and its application.

  • Currentunderstanding thevariousfinancial modelingthat is widely usedbyfinancial institutionsandnon-financial institutions

  • Applyinsomecasesfinancial modeling

 

COURSE OUTLINE

Basic Principles of Financial Model Construction

  • Excel Tools for Modeling

  • Data Tables and Sensitivity Analysis, Goal Seek, Scenario Manager, Solver, Regression Analysis

  • Communicating the forecast with data visualization techniques (graphics)

Present and Future Value Models

  • Examples and Case Studies

Capital Budgeting Models

  • Discounted vs. Non-discounted Capital Budgeting Models

  • Payback and Rate of Return & Discounted Payback

  • Net Present Value and Profitability Index

  • Internal Rate of Return & Modified Internal Rate of Return

  • Comprehensive Problem Solving Case Study

Leasing Models

  • Modeling the Capital vs. Operating Lease

  • Lease vs. Purchase Model

  • Comprehensive Problem Solving Case Study

Integrated Sales Driven Monthly Financial Statement Projections

  • Forecast vs. Projection; AICPA/SAARS Definitions and Requirements

  • Income Statement Projections & Projecting Revenues based on Key Drivers

  • Regression Analysis for Fixed and Variable Cost Projections–how to determine expense drivers

  • Projecting Profits with Simulation Tools

  • Integrated Balance Sheet — Interactive Modeling Applications

  • Fixed Assets and Working Capital

  • Interactive Statement of Cash Flows from the Balance Sheet and Income Statement

  • Operating Cash Flow, Cash from (for) Investments, Cash from (for) Financing

  • Financial Ratios: Modeling to Meet Objectives

  • Projecting Cash Flows and Borrowing Requirements

  • Projecting Breakeven with Data Tables and Problem Solver

  • Optimal Pricing Projections with Data Tables and Problem Solver

 

PARTICIPANTS TRAINING

Directors / Managers of Corporate Finance, Directors / Managers of Finance & Accounting, Credit Analysts, Financial Analysts, Risk Managers, Any other financial practitioners

 

INSTRUCT0R & CV

Drs. Arief Bahtiar, MSA. Akt, / Team

Mr. Arief is a Master graduate of Accountancy Department, College of Commerce and Business Administration, the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics in Yogyakarta. He is also members of The Indonesian Institute of Accountants and the American Accounting Association. He have been work in the Accounting and Management Consultant at state-owned companies as well as Financial Controller in several private companies. And is currently also active as an Accounting and Financial Consultant in conventional and Islamic financial institutions, as well as being a trainer in training, seminars, workshops for firms such as government, state enterprises, financial institutions, corporate Oil & Gas, Mining, Education, etc.. Areas of expertise and training his subjects include: Financial Statement Analysis, Basic / Advanced Accounting, Financial Controller, Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers, Management Financial Management, Financial Planning in pre retirement training, etc..

PETROLEUM FINANCE, COST CONTROL & RESERVOIR MANAJEMEN

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PETROLEUM FINANCE, COST CONTROL & RESERVOIR MANAJEMEN

 

TUJUAN PELATIHAN

  • Memberikan pengetahuan dasar ilmu keekonomian beserta perhitungannya
  • Peserta mengetahui dan memahami dasar-dasar manajemen perusahaan minyak dan gas bumi.
  • Peserta mengetahui dan memahami Simulasi Monte Carlo dan aplikasinya dalam proyek migas
  • Mengetahui peranan Plan Of Development (POD) bagi perusahaan migas
  • Peserta mengetahui dan memahami sistem kontrak yang ada di perusahaan masing-masing.
  • Peserta bisa melakukan perhitungan sendiri dan merencanakan manajemen reservoir di masa yang aka datang secara lebih baik.

 

MATERI PELATIHAN

  1. Mempelajari Dasar-dasar Ekonomi Teknik
  2. Metoda-Metoda Untuk Mengukur Indikator Keuntungan
  3. Penentuan Pilihan dan Alternatif
  4. Basic Reservoir Engineering
  5. Analisa Statistik Proyek Migas
  6. Pajak  dan Penerimaan Pemerintah Bukan Pajak
  7. Sistem Kontrak Perusahaan Minyak dan Gas Bumi
  8. Simulasi Monte Carlo
  9. Simulasi Monte Carlo Untuk  Penilaian Prospek Migas
  10. Pengantar Plan Of Development (POD)
  11. Manajemen Resiko dan Analisis Sensitivitas
  12. Analisis Resiko dan  Pengambilan Keputusan Proyek Migas

 

PESERTA

  • Divisi Pengeboran
  • PengeboranMANAJER, Pengawas dan Insinyur Pengeboran
  • Divisi Reservoir
  • ReservoirMANAJER, WadukInsinyur
  • Divisi Produksi
  • Manajer Produksi, Supervisor Produksi,OperatorProduksi
  • Divisi Pemeliharaan
  • DivisiAkuntansi

 

 

PELAKSANAAN TRAINING

16-19 Desemeber 2013 / tentative

 

INSTRUKTUR

Ir. Drs. St. Edi Purwaka, MT.

  • Pendidikan :
    • S1 Biologi Lingkungan, UGM. 1990.
    • S1 Teknik Perminyakan, UPN”Veteran” Yogyakarta. 1992.
    • Program Master Teknik Perminyakan, ITB. 1999.
    • Pendidikan Non Formal Geologi Strukturaldan TeknikRekonstruksi” BP Exploration-Jakarta
    • Kursus singkattentang “Upscalling Fluida dalam Aliran Waduk di Skala pori”, Britisth geologi Survei dan Lemigas, Jakarta,
    • Kursus singkat pada “TeknologiNahHorisontal danStimulasidi Eclipse”, British SurveygeologidanLemigas, Jakarta, 25 Januari-29,1993.
    • Kursuspendekpada “Pengantar Eksplorasiminyak bumi”, FTM, Usakti, September 13-17,1993
  • Pengalaman Kerja :
  • PelatihanAnalisaMekres, FTM, Usakti, 6 Desember -18, 1993.
  • Kemudian Beliau menjadi pelatih pelatihan pada “Metode PemulihanAdvanced Thermal”, Prof John Lee,Texas A& M,Petroleum EngineeringDeptITB -Bandung,Pelatihan pada “Banjir Air”, FTMITB, 11 Juli -15Desember 1994.Pendeksajapada “Produksi dan Stimulasi”, IATMI-Bandung, 24 Juli 1995.
  • Kursus “Geologi dan GeofisikauntukEngineers”, SPE,Jakarta, Maret24-26,pada “Downhole ProduksiTetapPermukaan”, RudiRubiandini, Program DPKKMigas, Surakarta, December 14-18,2000.Pada “Fasilitas Permukaan danPipa”, Yogyakarta, 2003.
  • Beliau menulisbeberapaPapertentang “Aktivitas bakteridalamBiodegradasiCampuranMinyak Mentah”, Tugas Akhir, Biologi Lingkungan,Universitas GadjahMada, Yogyakarta, 1990 dan”EvaluasiStimulasiMatrixpengasamandalamsumurdi LapanganLuar NegeriOverseasPertamina EPSumbagut”, SkripsiTeknik Perminyakan, UPN”Veteran”, London,

RECEIVABLE MANAGEMENT

RECEIVABLE MANAGEMENT

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Pengelolaan piutang sangatlah penting bagi perusahaan karena berdampak langsung pada arus kas perusahaan. Kegagalan mengelola piutang dapat mengakibatkan kebangkrutan perusahaan. Setelah mengikuti pelatihan ini, para peserta dapat memahami arti pentingnya pengelolaan piutang, teknik mencegah piutang yang tidak terbayar, teknik menagih dengan efisien, mengontrol dan menganalisa piutang.

 

Materi Bahasan Receivable Management :

1. Pengertian Piutang dan dampaknya terhadap Arus Kas
2. Credit Risk Management
3. Receivable Management
4. Fraud in Receivable
5. Control Receivable
6. Controlling Receivable
7. Analysis in Receivable
8. Collection Strategy and Process

 

Wajib diikuti oleh

Staf hingga manager accounting, receivable, auditor, penjualan dan fungsi yang terkait dengan receivable.