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Get Ahead to Financial Accounting 

The Training program will enable participants: 

  1. Record all types of accounting transactions including purchases, sales, investments, payroll…etc for proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations
  2. Make adjustments necessary before closing the accounts
  3. Prepare financial statements
  4. Analyze financial statements
  5. Assess systems of internal control and their roles in preventing and detecting fraud
  6. Present and disclose financial information in accordance with IFRSs


Target Participants:

  1. Chartered accountants and governmental auditors
  2. Accountants and finance professionals in business
  3. Tax inspectors.
  4. Fresh graduates

Program Duration

45-50 hours

Course Contents

  • Accounting in Action
  • The Recording Process
  • Adjusting the Accounts
  • Completing the Accounting Cycle 
  • Accounting for Merchandising Operations 
  • Inventories 
  • Accounting Information Systems 
  • Fraud, Internal Control, and Cash 
  • Accounting for Receivables 
  • Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets
  • Current Liabilities and Payroll Accounting 
  • Accounting for Partnerships 
  • Corporations: Organization and Capital Stock Transactions
  • Corporations: Dividends, Retained Earnings, and Income Reporting 
  • Long-Term Liabilities 
  • Investments 
  • Statement of Cash Flows 
  • Financial Statement Analysis 

                Course Textbook

Accounting Principles, 12th edition, by Weygandt, Kimmel, and Kieso.

                Course Venue

AuditVisor- Training Hall

For more informationa or assistance please contact us at: 
Mobile: +967 735 9470 28


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