Internal Controls in the Small to Medium Size Business

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Internal Controls in the Small to Medium Size Business

(Section 4. CRICP – Professional Certification Programme)

In this course you will learn about the three critical areas of business i.e. planning, operations and finance. These areas define the successful conduct of a business’s affairs and where effective internal controls and good management are needed. You will identify the policies and actions that help a business reach its objectives without too many risks or mishaps. Challenging questions are underpinned by practical comments that will enable an objective assessment of a business and where changes in business methods and processes may be needed.

Note; The criterion for defining the size of a business differs from country to country. We have used the proposed European Union definition i.e. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are made up of businesses which employ fewer than 250 people and which have an annual turnover not exceeding €50 million , and/or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding €43 million.

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Course Information

Estimated Time: Continuous learning in the business environment

Difficulty: Intermediate

Course Instructor

Tom McClurg Tom McClurg Author

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