French-language material for 'train the trainers' workshops
On 17–19 April the IFRS Foundation held a three-day French-language workshop in Douala, Republic of Cameroon, to train the trainers in West Africa on the IFRS for SMEs. The event was sponsored by the World Bank for interested parties from the 16 OHADA (l'Organisation pour l'Harmonisation en Afrique du Droit des Affaires) countries. Instructors were Gilbert Gelard (former IASB member) and Michael Wells (Director, IFRS Education Initiative, IASB). The 100 participants came from 12 countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Niger, Senegal, Togo. The workshop is designed to support informed adoption decisions and to build capacity to apply the IFRS for SMEs rigorously and consistently by training local trainers to train others in their respective jurisdictions to apply the requirements.
The IFRS Foundation is grateful to the World Bank for organising and funding the workshop and for funding the translation of the workshop material into the French-language.
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PowerPoint Presentations From a Typical 3-Day Workshop:
- We recommend that people who are studying these presentations do so in numerical sequence (1.1, 1.2, etc) because later presentations relate to, and build on, earlier ones.
- The IFRS Foundation holds the copyright to these presentations. However, the Foundation hereby permits individuals and organisations to download and post these PPTs on their websites, and to distribute printed copies of these presentations, provided that it is done for non-commercial purposes and that the PPTs are not modified in any way.
- The presentations may be modified from time to time but the latest version may be downloaded from this page
- Click on the hyperlinks below to download
|17�19 April 2012
||Douala, Republic of Cameroon
||The World Bank and OHADA