Financial Accounting and Reporting training course will refresh and update both your knowledge and practical skills in financial accounting and corporate reporting following significant development in financial reporting in recent years. As well as providing a comprehensive refresher in the established foundation principles on which financial information is prepared and reported,
The course will also set this within the context of the evolving conceptual framework of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and its International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), focusing on the most significant changes in recent years and the new reporting standards issued as a result.
You will also have a clear understanding of how accountants act as processors and purveyors of information for decision making, of the needs of those who use accounting information, and of the role performed by accountants.
You will learn how to prepare a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement, analyze financial statements and calculate and interpret critical ratios. You will also learn the role of managerial judgment in choosing accounting estimates and methods.
By the end of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Course, participants will be able to:
Understand the role of financial reporting in managing business performance
Properly account for assets, liabilities, equity, revenues and expenses.
Prepare financial statements with the required notes and disclosures in periodic financial reports.
Recognize the need for transparency in reporting of financial statements and management reports.
Prepare financial statements in accordance with IASB standards
Critically analyse and interpret financial statements and reports
Assist in developing Integrated Reports for your own organisation
Apply practical Excel skills to improve reporting and forecasting
This Financial Accounting and Reporting Course is ideal for:
Accounting and financial specialists. Those who wish to understand how to interpret the financial statements of business entities, those who wish to learn the mechanics of preparing financial statements under IFRS.
Individuals charged with the responsibility of providing financial information about a reporting entity that is useful to users in making decisions.
Financial accounting team members
Financial planning and budgeting professionals
Strategic planning and head office team members
Corporate communication and investor relations professionals
Investment analysts and advisers
Our courses in London take place at the following locations :
Once you register for this course, we will subsequently send the invoice and course information, including location, trainer, and other logistics.
Pay Attention, Please! The course location is subject to availability; the course time will be precise one week before the course start date! We may change the course location if there is no availability, and we will let you know about the location change once it happens.