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This training has been organized by Salale University, College of Business and Economics, and delivered for instructors of Business and Economics College, the University accountants,

financial experts from North Shewa Zone, and Fiche Town Administration. It has been reported that this training has been conducted for the last ten days. 


Speaking on the occasion, Dean College of Business and Economics at Salale University, Mr. Belay Kasaye, said the training was designed to provide the selected trainees an opportunity to start working with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) system in their day to day activity and to scale up the experience of the trainees in applying this system. 


Finally, Dr. Eshetu Wondimu, Vice President of Research and Community Service at Salale University, said at the closing remarks, the main purpose of this training is to further develop the knowledge and skills of professionals to contribute significantly to the preparation of accounting and reporting system. Additionally, he mentioned that this training also serves as an input for the Training Consultancy and Research Center to be established under the College of Business and Economics.


According to some of the participants, the training is related to financial reporting and accounting, which will help them perform their job effectively and efficiently. They also said that they obtain lots of experience from this training.

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