Obtain not only a key competitive edge, with both hard and soft skills, but also â€“ degrees that companies highly value â€“ the Controllers Certificate CA and Controllers Diploma CA.
Controllers Training Program in five stages has been rigorously adapted over the last 45 years to reflect the latest developments in controlling. Our flagship seminar â€“ stage I â€“ has been conducted to date more than 1,000 times as public seminars and in-house trainings. Each stage can be booked individually and is scheduled many times throughout the year, making it easy to include in your busy calendar.
Stage I â€“ Controllers Best Practice â€“ is also very well suited as a single seminar for managers.
To help you apply your newly acquired skills in practice, numerous feedback sessions are held in small groups during the seminar to ensure you have a thorough understanding of the seminar contents.
Stage I conveys an overview of the most important components of the controlling system in both its connections and practical implementation. It is very well suited as an individual seminar for non-financial employees. Stages II and III extend, supplement and deepen the controllerâ€™s toolbox. Stage III additionally teaches the essentials about communication and leadership skills. The workshop stages IV and V focus on the application and implementation of the tools developed. The training of presentation and moderation skills is intensified. Expand your skill set and sphere of influence. Even the best instruments, tools, results, reports and charts are only as good as the reasoning and presentation skills of the controller. After all, in order to create transparency in a company controllers need an entrepreneurial understanding and psychological flair. The training methods in our seminars take this ambition into account: they focus on the business tools of controllers and their actual application in corporate practice.
We offer you one format in Stage I in English: retreat-training. The retreat-training is designed as intensive training with evening work and a lively exchange of experiences both during and after the seminar. It takes place from Sunday evening until Friday afternoon in a quiet location at one of our seminar hotels.