Training & Workshops
This training programme is designed to strengthen an organisation's financial management capacity and comprehension. It is mainly directed at the staff of agricultural cooperatives with a high level of responsibility, either technical or political, within the organisation.
Specifically, this programme is designed for non-finance staff and members of the board of directors and supervisory board. It is also directed at those who want to increase their knowledge and skills in terms of planning, controlling and preparing financial reports -prior experience or training in financial management is not a requirement. This course is also for managers, directors and finance staff who want to enhance their financial systems and provide support to the programme staff.
The aim of this advanced training is that all members in a cooperative are aware of the importance of developing a healthy and realistic financing strategy. The programme is especially designed for directors of Agriterra’s client organisations, finance managers and staff, who have been selected by the Business Advisor in each country.
The training is also directed at the local trainers who have attended the Basic Financial Management Training and have already delivered one workshop in their own country.
Agriterra’s record-keeping workshop is part of its financial management training package, designed to turn data into intelligence. The record-keeping module aims to underline the importance of registering data as well as to develop a strategy for record-keeping and a tool for the actual implementation.
This module is designed for management and board members, extension officers and lead farmers.
This training is designed to strengthen an organisation's internal capitalisation strategy. Internal capital is one of the foundations of a modern and successful cooperative.
This course elaborates all aspects related to member capital. The objective is to acquire knowledge and understanding of internal capitalisation and the different modalities of internal capital. For this programme the Chairman of the Board, treasurers, board members, general managers and accountants are invited to participate.