17th May - 21st May 2021 (London, UK) 2nd August - 6th August 2021 (London, UK) 1st November - 5th November 2021 (London, UK)
Course is designed for those in Finance/Accounts/Planning departments,especially those with direct responsibilities for generating financial statements
At the end of this course delegates will be better able to:
- Identify the various user groups which need accounting information and the qualitative characteristics of financial statements.
- Identify the underlying assumptions, policies and changes in accounting estimates.
- Identify the basic methods of valuing assets on current cost, fair value and value in use bases, and their impact on profit measures and balance sheet values.
- Explain the influence of legislation (e.g. Companies Acts, EC directives) and international accounting standards(IAS),International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) on the production of published accounting information for organizations.
- Prepare income statements, statement of changes inequity and balance sheets from trial balance.
- Prepare accounts from incomplete records.
Conceptual and regulatory frame work
- Overview of financial accounting
- Conceptual framework of accounting
- Accounting systems
- Accounting regulation
- Preparation of accounts
- Incomplete record techniques
- Preparation of final financial reports
- New developments in IFRS
- Financial planning and control
|Duration||This is a one-week programme spread over 5 working days. working days|
|Certification||A certificate of completion is issued on successful completion of the programme.|
|Travel and accommodation||Travel and accommodation to be paid for at source by delegates|
|Fees||Course fee covering tuition, materials and certification: £4,250.00(excl.VAT) per delegate for 1 week.|