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Manual Accounting Training

Manual Accounting Training Description:

Manual Accounting Training in Dubai covers accounting operations, patterns, the merger of public holding companies, foreign currency operations, and changing financial statements prepared in foreign and local currencies.  Advanced accounting also includes a variety of advanced financial accounting issues such as lease contracts, pension funds, end of service severance payments.

Target Audience

  • Fresh graduates
  • Junior Accountants
  • Accounting Students

Course Materials:

  • Textbooks and reference guides on manual accounting
  • Access to online resources and supplementary materials
  • Practical projects and exercises
  • Case studies for real-world application
  • Certificate of completion

Course Format:

The course includes a combination of interactive lectures, hands-on exercises, group discussions, and practical projects. Participants will engage in activities that simulate real-world accounting tasks to apply their knowledge and develop their skills. Experienced instructors provide personalized guidance and feedback.

Prerequisites:

No prior experience in accounting is required to enroll in this course. Basic numerical skills and familiarity with business operations are beneficial but not necessary.

Enroll in the Manual Accounting Training Course by Bright Future in Dubai to gain a thorough understanding of accounting principles, enhance your financial management skills, and advance your career in accounting and finance!

Advance Accounting course contents: 

Advance Accounting training course offered by Bright Future Training Institute Dubai will cover the following topics;

Part 1:  Welcome to the World of Accounting

  • Accounting Information
  • The Accounting Profession and Careers
  • The Fundamental Accounting Equation
  • How Transactions Impact the Accounting Equation
  • The Core Financial Statements

Part 2: Information Processing

  • Computerized Processing Systems

Part 3: Income Measurement

  • “Measurement Triggering” Transactions and Events
  • The Periodicity Assumption
  • Inventory valuation (FIFO, LIFO Average)
  • Accounting for Depreciation
  • Basic Elements of Revenue Recognition
  • Basic Elements of Expense Recognition
  • The Adjusting Process and Related Entries
  • Accrual- Versus Cash-Basis Accounting
  • Accounting – Versus Economic Versus Law

Part 4: The Reporting Cycle

  • Preparing Financial Statements
  • The Accounting Cycle and Closing Process
  • Reversing Entries
  • Classified Balance Sheets
  • Cash Flow Statement as per IFRS

Asif Ahmed

  • ACMA, CPA, APFA, M.com, B.com
  • 9 Years of practical accountancy experience
  • 4 years of teaching experience

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