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Establishment of Accounting Records for Small and Medium Entreprises (SMEs) for Taxation Purposes

Course Description:
This course intends to provide the basic skills to participants in keeping accounting records that applies to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The course is relevant to small and medium entrepreneurs, their employees and other interested individuals wishes to obtained relevant skills in accounting records. The course will enhance realistic Performance and Position of their business also to obtain the realistic accounting figures for taxation purposes and to ensure sustainability of their business.
Learning Outcomes:
The course intended to provide skills on proper maintenance of books of accounts and preparation of simple and accurate financial statements which will be easily assessed by tax officials for proper income tax.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to maintain cash books, to open and close ledger accounts and finally become an expert on preparation of simple financial statements.

Course Content:
• Definition of book keeping and accounting
• Double entry Vs complete and incomplete records.
• Starting up keeping books of account for existing business
• Cash books and its importance on recording day to day cash transactions
• Simple way of recording credit transactions.
• Simple payroll using excel
• Employee’s earnings and compulsory deductions
• Payment of salaries and submission of returns to TRA and other Organizations


Target Group:
Small and medium business owners, the employees working with SMEs under accounting, administration and procurement departments.

Date: 14th January to 18th January 2019
Time: From 09:00 hours to 16:30 hours

Venue: College of Business Education, Dodoma

Course Fees:
The course fee of TZS 450,000 for participant covers costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables), light refreshments and lunch during session. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance. Please pay your fee through TANZANIA POSTAL BANK PLC: Account Number 191504001632, Account Name ASSOCIATION CBE CONSULTANCY.

Registration:
Please complete the registration form and return it with the bank pay in slip to CBE by mail, fax or physical address as specified hereunder:

Contact Details
Dr. Robert Galan Mashenene,
College of Business Education,
P. O. Box 2077,
Dar es Salaam
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Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-625 643188/755 483110/654 660909

Mr. Ngussa Kinamhala
College of Business Education
P. O. Box 1968,
Dar es Salaam
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Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-773 433065

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Research Data Preparation and Analysis

Course Description:
This course aims at enhancing the knowledge of researchers who wish to extend their competencies through practical learning of the ABCs of data preparation and analysis. It will impart to the learners the ability to understand their research data and manipulate them in a way that will yield the intended research objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
The training is intended to enable participants to comprehend the fundamentals of research data preparation and appreciate the fundamentals of using SPSS.

At the end of the course, every participant will be able to undertake the basic data manipulation in SPSS, run basic data analysis and descriptive statistics, undertake advanced data analysis in SPSS, and manipulate and use SPSS data output.

Course Content:
• Fundamentals of research data preparation
• Fundamentals of using SPSS
• Basic data manipulation in SPSS
• Basic data analysis and descriptive statistics interpretation
• Advanced data analysis in SPSS
• Manipulating and using SPSS data output

Target Group:
Any person with the basic knowledge of Microsoft computer application, with a good understanding of procedures required in undertaking research in social sciences. A solid background in econometrics or statistics is an added advantage.
Master degree and PhD students are highly encouraged to attend.

Learning Duration: 7th January to 25th January 2019

Time: From 16:00 hours to 19:00 hours


Venue: College of Business Education, Dodoma Campus.

Course delivery: This course will be delivered in line with computer lab practical or using personal computers installed with SPSS.

Course Fees:
The course fee will be 250,000/= per person to cover costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables) and venue. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance. Please pay your fee through TANZANIA POSTAL bank: Account Number 191504001632. Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau.

Registration:
Please complete the registration form and return it with the bank pay in slip to CBE by mail or physical address as specified hereunder:

Contact Details
Dr. Robert Galan Mashenene,
College of Business Education,
P. O. Box 2077,
Dar es Salaam
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-625 643188/755 483110/654 660909

Mr. Ngussa Kinamhala
College of Business Education
P. O. Box 1968,
Dar es Salaam
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-773 433065

 



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Weighbridge operations. 

Tanzania has hundreds of weighbridges operating in various sectors across the country especially in manufacturing industries, for trade transactions, road safety and axle road control purposes etc. Given this good number of these weighbridges, many people have been employed to operate these instruments in various capacities such as Weighbridge Operators, Weighbridge Shift In charges, and Weighbridge Supervisors. In fact, weighbridges have become one of the major source of employment in the country. However, there is one big shortcoming - there is the lack of skilled human resources. This is due to the fact that, as of current the country does not have any specialized training in weighbridges and weighbridges operation and management. This problem has been the underlying factor for poor performance and corruption in many weighbridges stations.

In order to optimize performance in weighbridges, weighbridges personnel must have necessary skills. In fact, they must have a good understanding of technical, administrative, ethical and legal aspects of weighbridges operations. This short course is therefore intending to offer these necessary knowledge and skills to the current and the potential weighbridge personnel.


LEARNING OUTCOME

This short course is intending to impart the following outcomes to the participants:

a. Good understanding of the metrology of weighbridges, this includes metrological terms pertaining to weighbridges, principles of construction of weighbridges, accuracy, uncertainties of measurements, sources of errors and good maintenance etc.
b. Acquiring skills in making weighbridge and related measurements including dimensional measurements of vehicles and Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), vehicle configurations etc.
c. Good understanding of administration of weighbridges activities including measurements recording, charging of fees, penalties and report writing.
d. A good understanding of relevant legislations especially the Road Traffic Act and the Weights and Measures Act.
e. A good understanding of ethics generally and applied ethics in weighbridges in particular.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is intended for current employees in weighbridges but also for potential or those who desires to work with weighbridges in various industries such as cement, fisheries and food milling industries. Various graduate and particularly engineers who intends to acquire TANROADS qualifications are also highly encouraged to participate.

DATE AND VENUE
Date: Monday 12th, November 2018 – Friday 16th November 2018.
Venue: the College of Business Education – Dar es Salaam Campus, Tanzania.
Time: 09:00A.M – 01:00PM.

COURSE FEES
The course fee is TZS 200,000/= For NON-STUDENTS and 50,000/= For STUDENTS, to cover costs of facilitation, training materials, venue and light refreshments only. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance. Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau.

FACILITATORS
The course will be facilitated by experienced experts from CBE and from various respectable institutions.
You are welcomed to confirm your participation by paying the fees and sending your bank pay-in-slip through WhatsApp to 0717 419668 before 7th November 2018.

CONTACT DETAILS
Mr. Ngussa Kinamhala 
Consultancy Coordinator and Head-Entrepreneurship Centre 
College of Business Education 
P. O. Box 1968, Dar es Salaam
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Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-746 832273

 

 

thumb2PSPTB Review Classes For November 2018 Exams at CBE.

The College of Business Education wishes to inform the public that it is inviting ALL potential Candidates wishing to sit for PSPTB Examinations in November 2018 to register for Review Classes in Professional Stages I to V. The review classes will start on 09th July 2018 here at the College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam Campus and will be coordinated by the Department of Procurement and Supplies Management.

MODE OF TRAINING
The college will conduct this training in two different modes depending on the choices of the learners. The program can be either be: -

i)    Evening program (Monday to Friday at 5.00pm -7.00pm)
ii)    Weekend program (Saturday and Sunday from 8.00am to 4.00pm)

ELIGIBILITY FOR CANDIDATE’S REGISTRATION FOR THE REVIEW PROGRAMMES
Please note that the under listed entry Qualifications are as per the Board’s Professional Syllabus guidelines, 2014 as provided in the table below

S/N STAGE QUALIFICATIONS
1. Professional Stage I

i. Foundation certificate in procurement and supply or equivalent

ii. Ordinary diploma (NTA 6) in procurement and supply management

ii. Any diploma specialized in procurement and supply management

iv. Any other recognized first degree other than procurement and supply management

v. Any other qualification recognized by the board as

2. Professional Stage II i. Professional Stage I
3. Professional Stage III

i. Professional stage II

ii. Higher diploma (NTA 7) in procurement and supply management

4. Professional Stage IV

i. Professional stage III

ii. Degree or advanced diploma (NTA 8) in procurement and supply management or

equivalent from recognized institutions

5. Professional Stage V i. Professional stage IV

TUITION FEE (All Subjects) (All Amounts are in Tshs)

COURSE LEVEL FEE AMOUNT REG. FEE TOTAL AMOUNT
Professional Stage I 180,000.00 10,000.00 190,000.00
Professional Stage II 190,000.00 10,000.00 200,000.00
Professional Stage III 200,000.00 10,000.00 210,000.00
Professional Stage IV 210,000.00 10,000.00 220,000.00
Professional Stage V 210,000.00 10,000.00 220,000.00

TUITION FEE (Single Subject) (All Amounts are in Tshs)

COURSE LEVEL FEE AMOUNT REG. FEE TOTAL AMOUNT
Professional Stage I 50,000.00 10,000.00 60,000.00
Professional Stage II 55,000.00 10,000.00 65,000.00
Professional Stage III 60,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00
Professional Stage IV 70,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00
Professional Stage V 70,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00


Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP Bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau. And submit your Bank pay in slip to Head of Procurement Department, Block D, 1st floor office No. 1. or No. 7.

For more information, please contact us through the following numbers: 0713-287475 or 0752-154583

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CPA Review Classes For November 2018 EXAMS at CBE

The College of Business Education wishes to inform the public that it is inviting ALL potential Candidates wishing to sit for CPA Examinations in November 2018 to register for Review Classes in ATEC I & II, FOUNDATION, INTERMIDIATE AND FINAL STAGES. The review classes will start on 10th January 2019 here at the College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam Campus and will be coordinated by the Accountancy Department.

MODE OF TRAINING
The college will conduct this training in two different modes depending on the choices of the learners. The program can be either be: -

i)    Evening program (Monday to Friday at 5.00pm -7.00pm)
ii)    Weekend program (Saturday and Sunday from 8.00am to 4.00pm)

ELIGIBILITY FOR CANDIDATE’S REGISTRATION FOR THE REVIEW PROGRAMMES
Please note that the under listed entry Qualifications are as per the Board’s Professional Syllabus guidelines, 2014 as provided in the table below

S/N STAGE QUALIFICATIONS
1

Accounting

Technician I

i. Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with at least three credit passes and a pass grade in Mathematics and English Language OR

ii. National Business Examinations NABE Stage II with at least four passes plus a Certificate of Secondary Education OR

iii. Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) with at least one principal pass and a subsidiary in relevant subjects but must have at least a pass in English and Mathematics at O-level secondary education OR

iv. A one year certificate from recognized Institution with a pass grade in English and Mathematics at “O” level prior to obtaining such a certificate. Such other certificates as may be recognized by the Board from time to time

2. Accounting Technician II

i. Accounting Technical Level I Statement of Success Letter

ii. A two-year diploma not majoring in accounting – NTA Level 6.

3  Foundation Level I

 i. NBAA’s Accounting Technician Certificate (ATEC)

ii. A two-year Diploma in Accounting/Accounting and Finance - NTA level 6.

iii. A degree from a recognized University/institution of higher learning (non-accounting)

Exemption shall be considered on subject to subject basis depending on candidate’s specialty.

 4  Intermediate Level

 i. Holder of NBAA’s Foundation Level Statement of Success Letter

ii. A degree majoring in Accounting/Accounting and Finance from a recognized University/Institution of Higher Learning.

5 Final Level Holder of NBAA Intermediate Level Statement of Success letter.

 
TUITION FEE (All Subjects) (All Amounts are in Tshs.)

(This discounted Price applied to candidate undertaking three or more subjects)

Course Level Fee Amount Reg. Fee
Total Amount
Accounting Technician I 280,000.00 10,000.00  290,000.00
Accounting Technician II 280,000.00 10,000.00  290,000.00
Foundation Level 400,000.00 10,000.00  410,000.00
Intermediate Level 540,000.00 10,000.00  550,000.00
Final Level 360,000.00 10,000.00  370,000.00

TUTION FEE (Single Subject) (All Amounts are in Tshs.)

Course Level Fee Amount
Reg. Fee Total Amount
Accounting Technician I 90,000.00 10,000.00 100,000.00
Accounting Technician II 90,000.00 10,000.00 100,000.00
Foundation Level 100,000.00 10,000.00 110,000.00
Intermediate Level 110,000.00 10,000.00 120,000.00
Final Level 120,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00

Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP Bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau. And submit your Bank pay in slip to Head of Accountancy Department, Block D, 1st floor office No. 4 or No. 7.

For more information, please contact us through the following numbers:

Miss Magreth Emmanuel 
Head of Department 
0716 632 998

Neema Shabani
Secretary-Accounting Department 
0719 221159

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Bibliometric and Scientometrics for librarians and researchers

Course Description:
Researchers and research administrators are under increased pressure and demands from university management and government review teams, respectively, to not only offer their research products widely through such platforms as open access repositories and social media but also provide evidence of the broader impact of their research. As a result, there are calls for increased active participation of libraries and librarians to (a) provide guidance to researchers on how to effectively use bibliometrics and scientometrics techniques to support researchers’ and universities’ claims on research productivity and impact; (b) provide quality support to enhance wider visibility and distribution of research products through such platforms as open access repositories and social media platforms; and (c) supply researchers, university administrators (including research administration offices), research funders and government with appropriate, meaningful and responsible metrics data for purposes of making informed decisions, including accountability of research investments.
This training course is intended for researchers, research managers and librarians seeking to understand and gain skills in the use of bibliometrics and related metrics (i.e. informetrics, scientometrics and altmetrics) in the evaluation of research or offer research support in institutions of higher learning.


Learning Outcomes:
The broad purpose of the training course is to capacitate researchers, research managers and academic librarians with bibliometrics and scientometrics or research evaluation skills and competencies as well as deep knowledge on the role of metrics in open science so as for researchers to justify their research perfromance, research managers to account for research investments and librarians to render support services to resarchers, students, research administrators, and the policy and decision makers at the respective universities. At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
•    Understand and apply basic publication benchmarking techniques such as publication counts and citation analysis in research evaluation and other contexts
•    Differentiate document types that are used for scholarly communication
•    Demonstrate the meaning of quality and relevance of information sources such as journals and books;
•    Make informed recommendations to boards, libraries, research assessment agencies, funders, university administrators, etc. in respect of information sources acquisition  and collection management and development
•    Identify and interpret research or bibliometrics indicators such as citation-based statistics (e.g. h-index, g-index, i10-index, impact factor, eigenfactor, article influence score, cites per article, RG Score, patent scores) for assessing research impact
•    Compare and appreciate the strengths and limitations of different informetrics data sources such as Web of Science citation indexes, Scopus, Google Scholar, African Citation Index, PubMed and social media academic platforms such as Mendeley, CiteULike, ImpactStory, ResearchGate, and so on
•    Develop independent methods to retrieve data that analyzes and/or quantifies scientific outputs other than publications as well as describing societal impact of research
•    Validate, value, and visualize the results of evaluation of societal impact in order to make meaning of research outputs to universities and society
•    Appreciate the role of social media and other open access platforms in improving online visibility of publications and hence their research impact
•    Evaluate research published and disseminated through open access platforms such as ResearchGate, Google Scholar, Academia.edu, ImpactStory, etc.

Course Fees:
The course fee of TZS 300,000 (for Tanzanians) or US$ 200.00 (for foreigners) covers costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables), venue, light refreshments and lunch during session. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance. Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau.

NB: A detailed training plan will be issued to participants on arrival for training.


Date:        21st January 2019 to 24th January 2019

Time:        From 09:00 hours to 16:30 hours

Venue:     College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam Campus

Course Fees:
The course fee of TZS 300,000/= (for Tanzanians) and equivalent of US$ 200.00 (for foreigners) covers costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables), venue, light refreshments and lunch during session. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance.  Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau.

Registration:
Please complete the registration form and return it with the bank pay in slip to CBE by mail, fax or physical address as specified hereunder:

Contact Details

Mr. Ngussa Kinamhala
College of Business Education 
P. O. Box 1968
Dar es Salaam 
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fax #: +255 22 21 50 122
Mob: +255 746 83 22 73


Ms. Neema Kitonka
College of Business Education
P. O. Box 1968,
Dar es Salaam  
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-655-003 350

 

 

 

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