VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND INFORMATION
The success of the business is closely related to the effective financial management and control environment. The intense competition, laws, legislation and rapidly changing business approach present difficulties in reaching the corporate goals. In today’s fast-paced world and in the race to be a front-runner, company executives send their employees to vocational training to invest in both their employees and their companies, while maintaining the company’s presence.
Learning through education is a real value for all organizations. The knowledge and skill of employees are the most important power of an organization in the competitive environment. DENSA, offering vocational training and information seminars to clients, has academicians that are highly trained in the partnership structure; and provides its clients with real value for the training of company managers and their personnel.
Today, the most efficient and effective learning technique is that the participants have taken an active role in the training program. Training programs are organized in such a way that the identity of the standard “classroom training” iskept at a minimum level and “interactive” participation is achieved.In order to support this technique, case studies, from the examples that have been happened or might happen, in real life, and group discussion environments are included in our training program.
Our partners and managers,who are well-supported with the most up-to-date information, and have extensive experience in theory and practice, are actively involved in the preparation and presentation processes of our trainings. Trainings are organized as seminars, open for general participation, and company-specific trainings. The Company-specific trainings are organized according to company’s specific needs, by considering the needs and demands of the requesting company.
• TFRS / BOBİ FRS
• Debt Law
• Execution Business
• Basel IV
• Financial Consulting
• Business Evaluation
• Corporate Finance
• Corporate Governance
• Inner Control