Feeling unable to explain your agency’s financials? Are you frustrated that you don’t understand accounting transactions or your financial statements? Why they are so important?

What You Will Learn
  • Interpret standard annual and management accounts : income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, budget and forecast workbooks
  • Analyze financial data to make business decisions and draft a business plan
  • Create a budget according to the business plan, track performance and forecast with action plans
  • Choose an accounting system that supports business goals and needs
  • Define cost saving strategies to manage unpredictable costs
  • Identify financing options best suited to the travel agency's needs and goals
  • Benchmark your business performance against IATA accreditation criteria and ratios
Course Content
  • Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle and business planning at a travel agency
  • Financial reports, annual and management accounts
  • Accounting systems and data management
  • Budgeting and forecasting
  • Cost and cash flow management, and financing options
Who Should Attend
  • Retail and wholesale travel business owners, managers, and supervisors
  • Independent travel consultants and home-based agents
  • Travel shop accounting and finance staff
  • External accounting consultants and service providers
Weekday Classes
  • Starting:  September 7 - September 9, 2020
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Time: 9AM - 3PM
  • Venue: 29, Toyin Street, Ikeja

Course Fee

  • Tuition: N30,000
  • Exam registration: $300

Self-study Option

  • Tuition: N10,000
  • Exam registration: $300
  • Learners must have basic computer skills before embarking on this course.
Certificates Awarded
  • LAA Certificate of Participation
  • Internationally recognized e-Certificate from IATA available for you to print for your records (Upon successful completion of the IATA examination)