This module introduces participants to the purpose and machinery of government, the institutions integral to the effective operation of government and by extension government financial management, the relationship between the accounts unit and the HR function and the preparation of the budget cycle.


This module introduces participants to the purpose and machinery of government, the institutions integral to the effective operation of government and by extension government financial management, the relationship between the accounts unit and the HR function and the preparation of the budget cycle.


This module provides an introduction to the fundamental principles, practices, procedures and techniques necessary in measuring, processing, evaluating and communicating information about the financial performance and position of an entity. It also helps participants to develop an understanding of a range of theoretical and practical techniques used in accounting. It helps to develop skills that should enable them to participate more effectively and responsibly in today’s business environment, to improve the management of personal financial activities, such as, budgeting, savings and investment.


This module is a continuation of Basic Accounting I. The module further develops the participant’s technical and problem-solving ability which are required in the accounting process and the preparation and analysis of financial statements. It also helps participants to develop an understanding of a range of theoretical and practical techniques used in accounting. It helps to develop skills that should enable them to participate more effectively and responsibly in today’s accounting environment.


This module introduces participants to Budgeting, Cash Management and Fiscal Policy. The module further expands the participant’s knowledge in budgeting which is required in the accounting process and cash management.


This module will provide knowledge and skills that will allow participants to effectively utilize the Accounting Software to record, manage and report financial transactions. Throughout this module, participants will be required to complete numerous exercises (or activities) geared towards outlining how the chart of accounts is utilized in the accounting system to record transactions and produce reports to meet the need of the legislative arm of government and other stakeholders.

This module will also introduce the use of Government Financial Accounting System (GFAS) and its importance to the Unified COA and General Ledger (GL). In addition, this module will dissect the relationship between the chart of accounts, general ledger and GFAS as well as the effect they have on overall PFM