Need for relevant training
By: Judith Robleto
URACCAN, from its training processes to men and women committed to the development of the Caribbean Coast, celebrated the defense of two thesis of the master's degree in Public Accounting and Auditing of the New Guinea university campus. This master's degree was opened in 2017, from the need to train graduates in the business accounting area for accounting, economic and financial management.
The defenses were carried out by the Licensor Yaneth Manuela Sevilla García de Rosita, and Eveling López Zamora. Sevilla García defended the thesis "System of Internal Control of the Twahka Indigenous Territorial Government of the Municipality of Rosita – RACCN" and set out as an objective to organize and design an internal control system that facilitates the Twahka Indigenous Territorial Government of the city of Rosita RACCN, to exercise an efficient, effective and transparent administration and management".
Seville also stated that "In the process of analysis and diagnosis, it was determined that to strengthen the institutionality of the Twahka indigenous territorial government, it is urgent and necessary to work on a better organization, distribution of staff functions by making segregation in terms of competences and responsibilities as appropriate as well as the implementation of the necessary administrative procedures aimed at improving , in any sense, of the part corresponding to institutional work, as they are intended to be a basic element for administrative coordination, management and control, which facilitates the proper relationship between the different administrative units," he noted.
For her part, the Licensee Eveling López Zamora, silver an Internal Control System for the Union of Agricultural Cooperatives UCA Ahmed Campos Correa, R.L. of the Municipality of New Guinea, 2019; ensuring that the manual is divided into two main aspects "Theoretical and legal to see how the cooperative observes internal control and the other aspect is defined the internal control manual divided into five components; control environment, risk assessment, control activities, information and communication and supervision," he said.