Join a fast-track Microfin course in Bangkok, Thailand over three days, 18-20 November 2019. The fast-track course combines delegates’ self-study in the evenings with a streamlined case study while maximizing classroom time to provide the delegates with the same experience as the standard five-day course at a discounted price.
Microfin is not just a simple budgeting spreadsheet for Microfinance Institutions, but a holistic enterprise planning tool, designed to help budgeting managers, CFOs, and operations officers plan for branch expansion, staff hiring, cash management, and asset purchasing. In addition, Microfin includes a complete set of financial statements, ratio reports, graphs, and monthly budget-to-actual variance analysis.
Due to the comprehensive nature of the spreadsheet, many users are initially intimidated by the software. My training courses empower users with a developer-led, thorough explanation of Microfin, utilizing a hands-on case study and the latest version of the software. Assumptions and results are explained and logically tested, removing that initial intimidation and giving confidence to the users that they can implement Microfin, project results, and make informed decisions for their own MFI.
The course will be taught at the beautiful four-star Mandarin Hotel , located within walking distance of cultural, tourist, and shopping activities. Click on the photos below to enlarge.
|Course Fee||USD 1,100|
|Airfare, airport transfers,
4 night hotel (optional)
Lunch and two coffee/tea breaks will be provided.
For the first time, the course is offered with an optional package of airfare, airport pickups, and four nights at the course hotel (including breakfast) for USD 750 for those delegates coming from the following airports: DAC, MNL, RGN, PNH, KTM, and DEL. Inquire about multiple booking, room sharing, and travel from other destinations. Do note that this cost reflects current airfare prices, which will be monitored and could increase as 18 November approaches.
I’m excited to offer this course again in Asia and I hope to see many of you in Bangkok later this year.