The requirements of international accounting standards are dynamic; as practices and thinking evolve under IFRS, more convergence and standardization are required. Finance professionals need to ensure they stay up-to-date and prepare their financial statements as per the quality and disclosure standards. This course gives you a broad and thorough review of the concepts and practical implementation of current IFRS standards and practices for the preparation of financial statements.
This course covers a wide range of topics that are required for a modern financial reporting and accounting professional, including an overview of the profit and loss statement, understanding of accounting adjustments, recognition of revenue and evaluation of receivables, and a better understanding of long-term liabilities and off-balance sheet financing. The course is fast-paced, and participants will face questions and application exercises throughout to ensure that the concepts are well understood and embedded. A wide variety of business types will be included in these application exercises, covering a range of accounting issues. Participants will work mostly in groups to encourage experience and knowledge sharing.
Attendees can expect numerous outcomes from this intensive training course, such as:
- Get a thorough grounding in the principles and purposes of financial reporting under IFRS
- Learn about proper presentation and disclosure requirements of the four financial statements
- Understand the recognition and valuation of revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities, and equity
- Explore how to treat provisions and contingent liabilities
- Special in-depth treatment of revenue and receivables; inventory; property, plant & equipment; and liabilities and off-balance sheet financing
What will you gain
- Review the purpose of financial statements for internal and external stakeholders
- Understand the IFRS’s conceptual framework and its five elements
- Realize the relationship between finance and executive management, and finance and operations
- Comprehend the link between the P&L statement and the balance sheet
- Review the 5-step process in recognition of revenue and evaluation of receivables
- Get an overview of the methods of estimating provision for bad debt
- Learn about accounting adjustments and the importance of objective recognition and matching
- Know the components of statements of financial position, owner’s equity and cash flows
- Get a clear understanding of the cost flow assumption: FIFO, LIFO, or weighted average cost
- Review the nuances of the capitalization decision and the depreciation decision
- Know how to work with shareholders’ equity, including treasury stock and share buybacks
Course schedule sample one day
|08:30 AM||-||10:00 AM||-||First Training Session|
|10:00 AM||-||10:15 AM||-||Coffee Break|
|10:15 AM||-||12:00 PM||-||Second Training Session|
|12:00 PM||-||12:15 PM||-||Coffee Break|
|12:15 PM||-||02:00 PM||-||Third Training Session|
|02:00 PM||-||03:00 PM||-||Lunch and Networking|
Fees & what is included
|Early bird 70 days before course start date||Early bird 25 days before course start date||Regular Course Fee|
|USD 3,400.-||USD 3,900.-||USD 4,400.-|
- For early registrations special prices apply as outlined above.
- The regular, special and early bird courses fees include the applicable 5% VAT.
- Companies - register 2 participants for the same course and date and get one place free.
- Only one type of discount can be applied to the same course & date registration.
- For larger corporate clients there are special packages. Contact us for details.
At Atton Institute we do our best to ensure that all our courses and trainings are provided with the highest industry standards, are time efficient and praxis related, and bring the best education results. Our courses have the most up-to date info and secure the excellent course fee to value ratio quality.
Course Fee Includes
When would you like to start
|Financial Accounting and Reporting - 15 Dec 2019 Dubai, UAE|
|Financial Accounting and Reporting - 23 Feb 2020 Dubai, UAE|
|Financial Accounting and Reporting - 23 Aug 2020 Dubai, UAE|
|Financial Accounting and Reporting - 15 Nov 2020 Dubai, UAE|
- A quick overview of the four financial statements
- The purpose of financial statements
- Internal stakeholders
- External stakeholders
- Financial accounting vs. managerial accounting
- The fundamental principles of accounting
- IFRS’s Conceptual Framework
- The five elements: assets, liabilities, equity, income, and expenses
- Brief recognition criteria for each of the five elements
- The importance of a basis of preparation, notes, and disclosure
- Contingent liabilities
- The relation between finance and executive management, and finance and operations
- The Profit & Loss Statement
- Standard formats of P&L
- Presentation of the P&L
- Recognition of expenses: the matching principle
- The link between the P&L statement and the balance sheet
- The difference between profit and cash
- Recognition of revenue and evaluation of receivables
- 5-step process
- Requirements for revenue recognition for the delivery of goods
- Recognition of delivery of services
- Percentage of completion
- Methods of estimating provision for bad debt
- Making provisions for bad debts objectively
- Valuation of long-term receivables
- Accounting for long-term contracts
- Cash discounts
- Sales returns and allowances
- Accounting adjustments
- Importance of objective recognition and matching
- Accounting for prepayments and deferrals
- Contingent liabilities
- Presentation on the balance sheet
- Statements of financial position (balance sheet), owner’s equity and cash flows
- Purpose of the statements
- Components of the statements
- Standard formats and presentation of the statements
- The cost flow assumption: FIFO, LIFO, or weighted average cost
- Implications of the financial statements of the different methods
- LIFO, IAS, and US GAAP
- Absorption costing (capitalization of costs)
- Lowering of historical cost and net realizable value for closing balance sheet
- Materials and supplies
- Work in progress
- Finished goods
- The cost flow assumption: FIFO, LIFO, or weighted average cost
- Treatment of goodwill and intangible assets
- Property, plant, and equipment
- The capitalization decision
- The depreciation decision
- Repairs and improvements
- Long-term liabilities and off-balance sheet financing
- Long-term loans
- Operating leases vs. finance leases
- Other methods
- Shareholders’ equity
- Issuance of common stock, preferred stock, and treasury stock
- Share buybacks
- Profits: dividends and appropriation to reserves
- Earnings per share
We use the best and latest educational praxis. All of our courses and trainings are designed using our unique Atton LPI Learning Methodology© which guarantees the delivery of extensive knowledge over a short time period with an easy-to-understand approach. All course materials are absolutely unique and are the combination of fundamental and systematic knowledge, practical studies and real-life implementation elements.
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