London Business Training & Consulting

Advanced Financial Accounting

London Business Training & Consulting
À Hammersmith (England)
  • London Business Training & Consulting

4223 
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Montant original en GBP :
£UK 3765
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Infos importantes

Typologie Short course
Lieu Hammersmith (England)
Durée 9 Days
Début 08/10/2019
  • Short course
  • Hammersmith (England)
  • Durée:
    9 Days
  • Début:
    08/10/2019
Description

Would you like to give an impulse to your professional life? If so, you should check this Advanced Financial Accounting course, organized by London Business Training & Consulting, that Emagister.co.uk has added to its catalogue.

This training is suitable for those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of financial accounting issues; those who wish to develop the ability to analyse, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context; those who wish to acquire a sound appreciation of accounting and finance in order to communicate and succeed in the business world; non-accounting staff who desire a practical introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the purpose of accounting; why non-accountants need to understand accounting; the basic terminology of business transactions; how to prepare a cash budget; the difference between cash and the profits of a business; among other things.

So, if you want more information about this programme contact London Business Training & Consulting through Emagister.co.uk without hesitation. You won’t regret it!

Infos importantes
Quels sont les objectifs de la formation?

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand:
The purpose of accounting.
Why non-accountants need to understand accounting.
The basic terminology of business transactions.
How to prepare a cash budget.
The gross profit margin of a product and business.
The difference between cash and the profits of a business.
That a set of financial statements can be prepared from data included a trial balance.
The difference between revenue and capital expenditure and the significance of the distinction.
How to prepare a simple statement of profit or loss.
The purpose of a statement of financial position.
The assets and liabilities in a business.
What an accrual and a prepayment are and how to account for them.

Cette formation est-elle faite pour moi?

This financial literacy course is suitable for: those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of financial accounting issues; those who wish to develop the ability to analyse, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context; those who wish to acquire a sound appreciation of accounting and finance in order to communicate and succeed in the business world; non-accounting staff who desire a practical introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting.

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Où et quand
Début Lieu
05 févr. 2019
28 mai 2019
08 oct. 2019
Hammersmith
W6 0NB, London, England
Voir plan
Début 05 févr. 2019
28 mai 2019
08 oct. 2019
Lieu
Hammersmith
W6 0NB, London, England
Voir plan

Qu'apprend-on avec cette formation ?

Financial Accounting
Capital Budgeting
Capital Management
Accounting
Consulting
Finance
Financial
Cash Management
Financial Training
Accounting procedures
Trial balance
Profit Calculation

Programme

The Cash Budget
  • Why should managers understand accounting?
  • Accounting concepts
  • Timings of receipts and payments
  • Calculation of the gross profit and gross profit margin
Introduction to the Statement of Profit and Loss
  • Measuring profit
  • Double-entry bookkeeping
  • Types of account
  • Trial balance
  • Capital versus revenue expenditure/income
  • Calculating the cost of sales
Balancing the Basics
  • Assets and liabilities
  • The statement of financial position
  • Accruals and prepayments
Accounting for Depreciation and Bad Debts
  • The straight-line method
  • The reducing-balance method
  • Disposals of non-current assets
  • Bad and doubtful debts
  • Uses and limitations of the statement of financial position
Company Finance
  • The nature of limited companies
  • Share capital
  • The stock exchange
  • Venture capital
  • Loan capital and debentures
  • Retained profits
  • Reporting requirements
Company Accounts
  • The statement of profit or loss
  • The statement of changes in equity
  • The statement of financial position
  • Intangible assets
  • Revaluing assets
  • The statement of comprehensive income
  • Corporate governance
The Statement of Cash Flows
  • Sources of cash flow
  • Non-current assets and the statement of cash flows
  • Movements in working capital
  • Tax, interest, and dividends
  • What to look for in a statement of cash flows
  • Managing cash
Interpreting Financial Statements
  • Ratio analysis
  • The pyramid of ratios
  • Probability ratios
  • Liquidity ratios
  • Control of working capital
  • The working capital cycle
Capital Structure and Investment Ratios
  • Capital structure
  • Investment ratios
  • Limitations of ratio analysis