WHY CHOOSE SKZ FINANCIAL TRAININGS?
Our trainers are qualified professional accountants with many years of Sr. Management experience in industry and practice.
- Professional qualified Accountants as your tutor.
- Small size classes to give you full attention you need.
- Complete Study Pack with lots of real practical materials to work on.
- Convenient location with access of public transport.
- Help in progression of your career and skills development.
16 training courses found
A The nature, source and purpose of management information 1. Accounting for management 2.
This course teaches you to, Accounting for the purchase and disposal of fixed assets Accounting accurately for depreciation Dealing with
1) Bookkeeping Essentials and TB preparation Analysis of data including Bank statements, invoices, bills, thru use of excel and bookkeeping software. Analysing and Correcting customers and suppliers balances on bookkeeping software Preparation of fixed assets schedules making depreciation entries using different methods Making accruals and year end adjustments Preparing and finalizing TB for final accounts.
A The context and purpose of financial reporting 1. The scope and purpose of financial statements for external reporting 2.
A The conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting 1. The need for a conceptual framework and the characteristics of useful information 2.
Here you will learn administrative and management processes relevant to finance officer roles, including preparing final accounts for small businesses; management and cost accounting, VAT and spreadsheets. Accounts preparation (ACPR) the student will have a good understanding of the accounting principles and concepts underlying all financial accounting.
Prepare forecasts of income and expenditure. Prepare budgets.
Introductory Certificate in Accounting - course outline Basic costing Computerised accounting Work effectively in accounting and finance Proces
A. The UK tax system and its administration 1.
A The professional and ethical duty of the accountant 1. Professional behaviour and compliance with accounting standards 2.
This covers the skills necessary for a ‘finance team leader’ role: complex management accounting tasks; general management skills; drafting financial statements; specialisation in specific subject areas. Financial Statements (FSTM) To develop students’ knowledge so that they are able to understand the regulatory and conceptual frameworks which underpin the preparation of limited company financial statements.
Understand the purpose and use of control accounts and journals. Maintain and use control accounts.
Enter accounting data at the beginning of an accounting period. Record customer transactions.
Understand the principles of processing financial transactions. Understand the double entry bookkeeping system.
Understand the accounting or payroll function within an organization. Be able to use a range of communication skills.
Understanding the cost recording system within an organisation Recognising the component parts of a cost recording system and how it operates