- Overview of the current state of play with IFRS
- Summary of most recent new IFRS that have taken effect
- New developments and issues from the Interpretations Committee (IFRIC)
- Comments and issues identified by regulators such as the Financial Reporting Council and successor organisations
- Focus on new important changes with widespread applications for example IFRS 15 on Revenue from Contracts with Customers and IFRS 16 Leases
- How to apply the IFRS requirements effectively. The course will provide practical guidance, examples, and illustrations of what the IFRS requires rather than simply what it says.
- Application guidance and examples relevant to private entities with less sophisticated financial reporting resources
- What IFRS changes are coming to allow you to plan ahead.
The course is aimed at professional accountants and auditors who already have practical experience in preparing financial statements being either qualified or part qualified. This course is designed to update and improve their knowledge.
This course will provide supporting notes and slides including examples and solutions to examples. Cross-references to important authoritative guidance and regulation will also be provided.
We have responded to comments from our delegates who tell us that they have welcomed the flexibility of online learning but have missed opportunities to engage with staff and peers in person. Our approach to learning and teaching, therefore, prioritises interactive, in-person, on-campus teaching – however, courses are offered both online and in-person giving you the choice to decide based on your preference.
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We also can provide training on more advanced aspects of IFRS reporting including:
- Accounting for M&A (business combinations under IFRS)
- IFRS for investment entities such as investment funds
- Accounting for Insurance Companies under IFRS
For more information, contact Sadiq Islam at email@example.com or +44 (0)7904031720.