Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) – Parts I, II & III

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Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) – Parts I, II & III

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The only globally accepted certification for internal auditors and remains the standard by which professionals demonstrate their competency and professionalism in the internal auditing field. Candidates leave the program enriched with educational experience, information, and business tools that can be applied immediately in any organization or business environment. 

  • Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) is the optimum way to communicate knowledge, skills, and competencies to effectively carry out professional responsibilities for any audit, anywhere.
  • Adding the CIA credential to your resume, LinkedIn profile, and business card will help you stand out and demonstrate you are a true expert who understands and can apply the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.
  • As a CIA holder, you are stronger, more competent professional who is knowledgeable in organizational governance.
  • Makes you more committed to the profession of internal auditing and equipped for career-advancing opportunities.
  • Auditors
  • Bankers
  • Accountants

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. To prepare for the CIA in the most efficient way
  2. To learn about the tips of passing the exam
  3. To manage time in order to cove the material
  4. To prepare practically for the exam

Topics:

125 questions | 2.5 Hours (150 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 1 topics tested include:

  • Aspects of mandatory guidance from the IPPF;
  • Internal control and risk concepts;
  • As well as tools and techniques for conducting internal audit engagements.

100 questions | 2.0 Hours (120 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 2 topics tested include:

  • Managing the internal audit function via the strategic and operational role of internal audit and establishing a risk-based plan;
  • The steps to manage individual engagements (planning, supervision, communicating results, and monitoring outcomes);
  • As well as fraud risks and controls.

100 questions | 2.0 Hours (120 minutes)

The CIA exam Part 3 topics tested include:

  • Governance and business ethics;
  • Risk management;
  • Organizational structure, including business processes and risks;
  • Communication;
  • Management and leadership principles; information technology and business continuity; financial management;
  • And the global business environment.

Prerequisites

  1. Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited university or college.
  2. A CIA candidate must obtain a minimum of 24 months of internal auditing experience or its equivalent.
To learn more fill the following form (English or Arabic) and a training consultant will call you:

Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L)

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Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L)

Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L) 6

Following an overview of the New Tactics 5 Steps to Strategic Effectiveness Method, the information in the toolkit is divided into the following sections:
1 – Identify the Problem
2 – Create a Vision
3 – Map the Terrain
4 – Explore Tactics
5 – Take Action

  • Identify A&L concepts and tools.
  • Learn about the advocacy and lobbying process in an organization
  • Career growth and better job opportunities.
  1. Humanitarian NGOs and CBOs
  2. Individuals working in human rights

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  • Understand RBM in n a changing development context
  • Understand relevant methodologies and tools for results-based planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Learn how develop a results framework and design and use indicators

Topics:

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Trainer Bader Al Hudhud

Bader Al Hudhud is a certified trainer in Advocacy and Lobbying with over 12 years of experience. He produced the Social Entrepreneurship Training Manual, and is active in Leadership and civic engagement. He is also a certified trainer in PTS (Life and Employability skills), Adult education and Advocacy training. Al Hudhud is talented in delivering youth engagement training; he trained more than 1500 youth from different universities and marginalized areas locally and in the region. Mr. Al Hudhud effectively contributed in establishing Partners for Sustainable Development organization in 2009, where, as the Program Director, he is leading the PSD community learning and development centers (CLDCs) and working on several initiatives related to education and ICT, youth development, Women’s Economic development, after-school programs and community development initiatives. Mr. Al Hudhud also coordinates a microcredit project for women in South Hebron where he leads the creation of a women’s business network that links businesses in the southern and northern West Bank to each other. Al Hudhud is experienced in designing creative ideas for community development and has developed proposals for various issue areas, including economic, social and educational programs targeting children, youth and women. Mr. Al Hudhud is the author of “Positive Extracts in Youth Rising” book. Mr. Al Hudhud holds BA in Information and Communication Technology- minor Management from the Arab American University in Jenin (AAUJ).

To learn more fill the following form (English or Arabic) and a training consultant will call you:

Results-Based Management (RBM)

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Results-Based Management (RBM)

Results-Based Management (RBM) 10

Results-Based Management (RBM) is currently the standard framework utilized by the majority of local and international organizations. RBM methodologies and tools are used for project planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning in order to track progress and capture impact.

This training will develop knowledge of the RBM approach and understand its methodologies and tools. In addition, you will have the opportunity to practice the learning using practical examples.

  • Identify RBM concepts and tools.
  • Learn about the monitoring and evaluation process in an organization
  • Career growth and better job opportunities.
  • Project/ program coordinators/ managers,
  • M&E officers responsible for project/ program implementation and improve M&E practices at their organizations.

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  • Understand RBM in n a changing development context
  • Understand relevant methodologies and tools for results-based planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Learn how develop a results framework and design and use indicators

Topics:

  • RBM in changing contexts
  • The project/ program cycle
  • Development of project/ intervention objectives
  • Logical framework/ Theory of change (ToC)
  • Developing indicators
  • Work plans
  • Project monitoring approaches tools and methods
  • Planning for project monitoring
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Monitoring as a management tool
  • Project evaluation approaches, tools, and methods
  • Incorporating evaluation in project design
  • Developing evaluation plans
  • Results-based reporting (preparation – implementation)
  • Good practices in reporting
  • How to use the information for decision- making/ policy and advocacy activities/ exist, scaling up

Prerequisite(s)

Interested participants must complete a survey to identify their needs and expectations prior to the training. In addition, a pre and post surveys will be designed to assess the knowledge of participants before and after the training.

To learn more fill the following form (English or Arabic) and a training consultant will call you:

Palestine Mentors

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منكِ نستفيد

تقوم مؤسسة أصوات حيوية كل عام بإطلاق حملة مسير سنوية بمناسبة يوم المرأة العالمي من خلال مشاركات شاركن في برامج المؤسسة من حول العالم في السنوات الماضية وتهدف هذه المبادرة إلى بناء علاقات مهنية بين السيدات ليرشدن بعضهن في معترك الأعمال.

رِتَاج تكرم مُدربيهَا أثناء جلسة التّخطيط لِعام 2019

English below.

رِتَاج تكرم ِمُدربيهَا أثناء جلسة التّخطيط لِعام 2019

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أشارت المدير العام لشركة رتاج للحلول الإدارية إلى: “إنّ الأفكار التي نتجت من خلال إشراك مُدَربينا تُؤكّد عَلى دورههم الجَوهري في نقل المعرفة لخدمة التّنمية الاقتصادية بشكل عام والتنمية الفردية على وجه الخصوص”

(رام الله -30 كانون الأول 2018)
قدمت شركة رتاج للحلول الإدارية، وهي شركة تدريب رائدة مقرها رام الله، رسالة شُكر تُعرب فيها عن تقديرها لمُدربيها كجزء من جلسة التخطيط لعام 2019 الذين اختاروا التدريب سبيلا لنقل المعرفة. تعمل رتاج مع مجموعة من المدربين من قطاعات متنوعة لطرح برامج تدريبية تؤهّل الحصول على شهادات معتمدة دُوليّاً، بالإضافة إلى طرح برامج تدريبية لتطوير القدرات الشخصية والمهنية
تركز شركة رتاج على قطاعي الأعمال والتنمية، حيث جمع هذا اللقاء مختلف المدربين ممن عملوا مع رتاج أو ممن يحتمل التعاقد معهم مستقبلا للتشاور في البرامج التدريبية الأكثر صِلة بتطور دولة فلسطين، لا سيما في ظل الظروف الاقتصادية الراهنة
المُدَربُون الذين تم تقديرهم هم: السيد بهجت لدادوة، خبير في إدارة المشاريع، والسيد فراس أبو قطيش، خبير في التدقيق المالي، والسيد وجيه الرفاعي، خبير في تكنولوجيا المعلومات، والسيد محمود بيضون، خبير في الصحة النفسية، والسيد بدر الهدهد، خبير في الريادة وتنمية الشباب، والسيدة ربا مصلح، خبيرة في بناء القدرات وتنمية الشباب، والسيد سمير بيضون، خبير في التخطيط الاستراتيجي، والسيد سائد كرزون، خبير في الإعلام الرقمي، والسيد محمد برغوثي، خبير في إدارة الموارد البشرية، والسيد طارق درابيع، خبير في المحاسبة، والسيدة رانية فلفل، خبيرة في اللغات والترجمة، والسيد وحيد زهران، خبير في الإدارة، والسيد وحيد جبران، خبير في التدريب، والسيد محمود خويص، خبير في إدارة المشتريات، والسيد رياض جمعة، خبير في الريادة والإدارة
وتَرأّست هذه الجلسة السيّدة نسرين مُصلح، المدير العام لشركة رتاج للحلول الإدارية. حيث أشارت إلى ” إنّ الأفكار التي نتجت من خلال إشراك مُدَربينا تُؤكّد عَلى دورههم الجَوهري في نقل المعرفة لخدمة التّنمية الاقتصادية بشكل عام والتنمية الفردية على وجه الخصوص”

Ritaj Appreciates its Trainers in a 2019 Planning Session

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Ritaj’s Managing Director: “The insights gained by engaging our trainers reaffirms their key role in transferring knowledge for the sake of our overall economic and personal development.

(Ramallah – 30/12/2018) – Ritaj Managerial Solutions, a leading training company based in Ramallah, offered a token of their appreciation to their trainers today as part of a 2019 planning session. Ritaj works with a pool of trainers in all fields of international certification training, as well as personal and professional development training.

Ritaj focuses on the business and development sectors and met with existing trainers and prospective trainers to plan which trainings are most relevant to Palestine’s development, especially given the difficult market conditions.

Those trainers who were appreciated during the event were: Mr. Bahjat Ladadweh, expert in project management; Mr. Firas Abu Qtaish, expert in financial auditing; Mr. Wajih al Refai, expert in IT; Dr. Mahmoud Baidoun, expert in psychological health; Mr. Bader Al hudhud, expert in entrepreneurship and youth development; Ms. Ruba Musleh, expert in capacity building and youth development; Dr. Samir Baidoun, expert in strategic planning; Mr. Saed Karzoun, expert in digital media; Mr. Mohammad Barghouthi, expert in human resources; Mr. Tarek Drabea, expert in accounting; Dr. Rania Filfil, expert in translation; Mr. Wahid Zahran, expert in management; Mr. Wahid Jubran, expert in training; Mr. Mahmoud Khweis, expert in procurement; and Mr. Riyad Joma, expert in entrepreneurship and management.

Moderating the event was Ms. Nisreen Musleh, Managing Director of Ritaj Managerial Solutions, Ms. Musleh, noted that “The insights gained by engaging our trainers reaffirms their key role in transferring knowledge for the sake of our overall economic and personal development.”