Non-accountants are often puzzled why they are required to take a course inaccounting, and even more so when they have to take a demanding examination at theend of it. The fact is that these days, no matter what your job, you need to have someknowledge of accounting matters. The main reason for this is that for different specialists to talk to each other they have to speak in a language that everyone understands. Inbusiness (in its widest sense) that language is money and that happens to be theaccountants’ language. The use of a common language enables all the various activitiesthat take place within a business to be translated into monetary terms and for allreports to be prepared on the same basis. So if you need to know what is going on inother departments (as you almost certainly will) you will find it much easier if youspeak the language of accounting.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Managers, supervisors and staff from any function including the accounting department who need to improve their understanding, application and techniques of the language of numbers.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the programme, delegates will be able to:
Define accounting and the accounting cycle
Identify the major rules and principles of accounting under the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
Demonstrate knowledge of the basic accounting equation, double-entry bookkeeping, and the new automated accounting systems
List the key financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, changes in shareholders’ equity and cash flow statement) and their components
Practice financial statements’ adjustments at month and year-end
Introducing accounting and financial statements
International financial reporting standards
The balance sheet and its components
Cash flow statement
Adjustments to financial statements
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
Accounts Payable - Planning, Organising and Achieving Best Practice