This course offered to those who wish to work in the field of accounting, for students of faculties of commerce, accountants and financial experts who want to remember some of the basic points in accounting, and everyone working in the financial or accounting sector.
Organizations dealing with funds are keen to register all transactions that enter into their force. This course offered by the British Academy for Training and Development offers a number of interactive exercises according to the "learning by doing" approach. The course explains the role accounting plays as an assistant factor to make the financial decision. Students will be able to understand the role that accounting and reporting systems play in accounting in the organization's environment, as well as consider many conceptual issues related to accounting estimates.
Objectives and target group
This course is provided for the following Audience:
This course offered to managers of governmental institutions and those people interested in prices and costs. To provide the trainee with the necessary rules and procedures for the new internal examination and gives him the information through which he reaches the objectives of the advanced accounting systems.
Supervisory agencies and central banks.
Financial institutions and commercial banks.
Investment banks, housing and savings associations.
Investment funds and brokering companies.
Insurance companies and multinational corporations.
Accounting companies and consulting firms.
Law companies and rating agencies.
Multilateral financial institutions.
Financial Statements within Governmental Institutions:
Statement of financial position.
Costs within governmental institutions.
Cost sharing between institutions.
Cost of transferring services between institutions.
Theories to be used for costs.
Provide students with strong theoretical and practical knowledge of these points:
Key terms of internal audit.
Types of examination analytical or traditional.
Principles of auditing and accounting.
Administrative work and explanation of performance.
Establishment of special reviewing and auditing systems.
Explanation of finances and ways of making decisions.
Methods of designing accounting data systems.
Quantitative methods and decision-making.
Accountability and explanation of performance.
Damage that may occur because of audit and review.
Practical applications by using the computer.
Consulting and assurance services.
Principles of internal audit and its general construction.
Features and their relationship to the internal references.
Performance bases and their relationship to audit activities.
Principles of execution and their relationship to audit programs.
Audit room systems to activate internal audit.
Audit room benefits.
Audit rooms and their relationship with internal auditors.
Organization of audit rooms.
Using the activities electronically.
Executing practical applications by using the computer.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
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