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Accounts Assistant training and certification program

Program Objectives:

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Define the accounting cycle.
  • Discover how accounting affects their day-to-day business.
  • Outline the components of financial statements.
  • Perform the accounting closing cycle.
  • Get up to date with accounting terminology that will enable them to perform more effectively at work.
  • Understand investment accounting and how it will affect income statement and balance sheet.
  • Gain knowledge of the Rules of Accounting Changes and Errors
  • This Program is designed for:

    Accountants, senior accountants, chief accountants, accounting managers, general ledger accountants, corporate accountants, and interested professional interested in upgrading, enhancing, and refreshing their accounting skills.
    Duration : 5 days

    Program Outline:

    Introduction to Accounting Assets
  • Purpose of Accounting
  • Users of Accounting Information
  • Accounting Process
  • Different Company Structures
  • Cash
  • Receivables
  • Inventory
  • Fixed Assets
  • Depreciation and Accumulated
    Depreciation
  • Intangible Assets
  • The Double Entry Accounting Liabilities
  • T-Accounts
  • 7 Rules of Debits and Credits
  • Sub-Ledgers and General Ledgers
  • Trial Balance
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accrued Liabilities
  • Loans
  • Adjustment Process Equity
  • Adjusting Assets and Liabilities:
    o Accruals
    o Deferrals
  • Adjusted Trial Balance
  • Capital
  • Retained Earnings
  • Reserves
  • Closing Process
  • The Worksheet
  • Financial Statements:
    o Income Statement
    o Balance Sheet
    o Statement of Owners Equity
  • Post Closing Trial Balance
  • Pre-requisites

    None:
    Duration : 4 days

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