Complete Accounting Program (CAP)
The complete Accounting Program is a comprehensive package consisting of 5 accounting courses that collectively provide trainees with a full overview on accounting. The 5 courses which could be taken individually or jointly as part of the Complete Accounting Program, and the topics that will be covered in each, are listed below:
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ACCA CAT ( Certified Accounting Technician Diploma )
This course prepares trainees for the examinations of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). ACCA is one of the world’s leading accountancy bodies and the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification is internationally recognized and highly regarded. Candidates who successfully gain the CAT qualification have demonstrated that they can work effectively in accounting support roles in all sectors of business. The CAT scheme comprises of a combination of examinations and practical experience. It is designed to equip you with all the necessary technical skills and knowledge required to fulfill an accounting role to technician level. It also provides a firm foundation of knowledge and the opportunity to fast track towards becoming a professional ACCA accountant.
Certified Accounts Assistant
Certified Accounts Assistant defines the accounting cycle. It covers how accounting affects day-to- day business. The module includes an outline of the components of financial statements. The course will enable trainees to perform every step of the accounting closing cycle and get up-to-date with accounting terminology that will enable them to perform more effectively at work.
Fast Closing Monthly and Year-End Accounts
This course allows accountants to appreciate the importance of fast closing on company-wide operations. It includes the development of closing processes and the documentation of how-to tasks. It will improve the attendees ability to understand departmental requirements for financial reporting. The course will enable accountants to provide faster and more accurate data for monthly and year-end closing and enhance communication with internal and external clients.
Financial Management Certificate
Financial Management Certificate aims at advancing an accountants knowledge of corporate financial management. The course expands your understanding of macro finance roles from strategic and operational perspectives. The course also develops your practical understanding of corporate finance, capital budgeting and cost of capital. Additionally you will develop understanding of how equities and fixed-income securities are priced, and understanding of mergers, acquisitions, takeovers and corporate control. Upon completion of the course you will be able to manage your working capital effectively, by developing dynamic strategic financial planning models and applying conservative and aggressive approaches.
Finance for Non-Finance Professionals
This course aims at explaining the functions of financial management and its role in running a business to non-finance professionals. The course enables trainees to communicate effectively with finance professionals by using common financial language. The module includes the explanation of four key financial statements: balance sheet, income, cash flows and changes in owners’ equity. The course enables trainees to interpret the financial health and condition of organizations. Trainees of this course will also be able to apply capital budgeting techniques and cost-volume-profit analysis to enhance decision making, as well as use financial information to manage and evaluate company or department operations.
Efficient Finance and Accounting Operations: 2014 Best Practices and Updates
This course enables trainees to enhance the operations of the finance and accounting departments. It explains how accountants can acquire internationally implemented best practices in the following areas: accounts payable, billing, budgeting, cash management and treasury, costing, filing, financial statements, general ledger, inventory, payroll, and policies and procedures. The course also allows accountants to leverage their accounting cycle skills and use new tools to make their job efficient and smart through the practical application of their knowledge during hands-on workshops and group presentations.
Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) credential is a high-level professional certification for accounting in senior positions. Since 1972, CMA has been adding significant value to accountant’s profiles. Successfully gaining the CMA qualification demonstrates proficiency in accounting and financial management.
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
The Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) credential is the official, globally-recognised, standard that illustrates an internal auditor’s competency in the field. The CIA course is an inspiring educational experience where delegates will acquire and practise high-end auditing tools that can be applied directly in any organisation.
Accounts Receivable and Credit Policies Management
This course aims at enabling accountants to define the function of Accounts Receivable (AR) and its role in organizations in order to run the Accounts Receivable process more efficiently. The course module comprises of application tools and techniques that provide effective monitoring of AR performance, as well as effective credit policies that meet the requirements of companies and organisations.
Accounting Policies and Procedures: Designing, Implementing & Controlling
This course covers ways in which accountants can design and produce an Accounting Manual, plan the required resources needed
for an accounting department, and establish authorities and duties in the department for maximizing efficiency and effectiveness. The
course enables accountants to achieve segregation of duties and internal controls in the department, set comprehensive policies and procedures to streamline accounting operations, and acquire a reference explaining essential accounting assumptions and their
application. The course helps accountants continuously answer the questions:
“who does what?” & “how to do it?” by formulating standard & reliable accounting processes.
This course allows accountants to appreciate the importance of fast closing on company-wide operations. It includes the development of closing processes and the documentation of how-to tasks. It will improve the attendees ability to understand departmental requirements for financial reporting. The course will enable accountants to provide faster and more accurate data for monthly and year-end closing and enhance communication with internal and external clients
Financial Accounting and Reporting
Financial Accounting and Reporting allows accountants to recognize the important financial accounting topics and the most effective ways to report them on financial statements. Accountants attending this course will learn how to properly account for assets, liabilities, equity, revenues and expenses. The course covers the preparation of financial statements with the required notes and disclosures in periodic financial reports and covers the importance for transparency in reporting of financial statements and management reports. Attendees will be able to determine the structure, presentation and disclosure of financial statements and annual reports as well as interpret and report income statement and balance sheet accounts.
Consolidation of Financial Statements Workshop
This workshop covers the process of consolidating financial statements. Attendees will be able to identify business combinations and their related transactions, apply the acquisition method for business combinations, account for goodwill and non-controlling interests and recognize differences and similarities in consolidation of financial statements between International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Effective Budgeting and Cost Control
Effective Budgeting and Cost Control covers how the budget relates to the key financial statements: balance sheet, income statement and cash flows. Trainees will be able to prepare a budget consistent with the organization’s strategic plan, use appropriate estimation techniques in the development of revenue and expense budgets, identify all the appropriate costs to be included in a capital expenditure proposal, apply cost control tools, analyze management variance reports and take proper corrective action.
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and 2014 Updates
This course generates a sound understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and their impact on financial reporting. It enables attendees to adopt the most recent terminology and language of accounting and finance, to properly account for transactions affecting assets, liabilities and owners’ equity according to IFRS, to prepare financial statements with related notes and disclosures that are compliant with IFRS, and to demystify the interpretation of financial statements and reports.
Financial Reporting Using Excel 2007
Financial Reporting Using Excel 2007 is for accountants who want to advance their Excel skills to new heights of business reporting expertise. The course will cover aspects of designing efficient business reporting & reconciliation models and will enable accountants to design, prepare and email business and accounting reports in minutes. The course will also cover the development of dynamic business dashboards and scorecards that assist professionals in measuring performance and enhance decision making. The course includes ways in which accountants can use advanced report development techniques by linking-up Excel with Access, Web, Text, SQL, Oracle, and other databases, as well as use macros to speed up their routine and repetitive tasks.
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