Mr Kwabena Martin Agyemang-Badu
Business and Law
2014 – Present: Sessional lecturer in Accounting and
Finance at GSM.
2011 Lecturer University of East London
Associate Lecturer in Accounting and its Regulatory Framework, Cost and Management Accounting, Financial Management and Control, Research in Accounting and Finance, Financial Reporting and MSc Accounting and Financial Control.
May 2009 – December 2011
St. Agnes College – Lecturer in Accounting, Taxation, Management Accounting, Auditing, Business Law and Mathematics.
Assisting Module Leaders in managing, delivering, assessing, and maintaining at least 85% retention and pass rates of student on modules. I have been involved in Lecturing and running of practical based sessions such as tutorials, seminars, computer lab sessions, work shops to promote independent deep learning among students, both at undergraduate and post graduate levels.
Subjects taught on and/ or final year undergraduate and post graduate students’ dissertation projects I have supervised at St Agnes include:
Supervision of Projects, ABP PGD Business Management, Corporate Management in Action, Management of Financial Resources and Performance, Leadership and Change Management, Accounting with Information Technology; Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Auditing, Marketing and Human Resource Management.
Trainee Accountant: Prepared client accounts from start to finish using SAGE Line 50 Accounts software.
Carried out book-keeping accounts roles competently with application to all day books and ledgers, extraction of trial balance, income statement and financial position for clients.
Prepared budgets, cash flow statements, bank reconciliation, tax returns VAT returns, break-even analysis report and accounting reports.
2005 – 2013 MAKAB Limited: Camden House, London.
Work and leadership experience:
Worked in a team of five experienced external auditors to carry out tasks of evaluating and testing on clients' financial statements that led to the issuing of audit opinion.
Familiarisation with training routes related to external audit, internal audit accounting and outsourcing, governance, risk and internal control, financial planning and tax.
Travelling, research, reading, soccer and cooking.