Accounting for Non-Accountants

Accounting for Non-Accountants

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Level Basic
Certificate Accounting for Non-Accountants
Abbreviation AFNA

Course Description

The Accounting for Non-Accountants (AFNA) training course is designed to qualify trainees to obtain a strong foundation in accounting as well as learn terms used in accounting in addition to the basic principles in the financial world associated with the accounting process.

The Accounting for Non-Accountants (AFNA) training course aims to provide trainees with the most important fundamentals of accounting as well as reading and analyzing financial statements, in addition to understanding the relationship between accounting and finance, understanding the use of debits and credits, recording financial transactions accurately and summarizing them in financial statements, identifying the major rules and principles of accounting under the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), studying the new automated accounting systems, and making financial statements’ adjustments.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, trainees should be able to:

  • Understand the most important accounting principles
  • Understand the accounting cycle and methods of recording and posting accounting entries and inventory adjustments
  • The output of the accounting system and how to study the financial statements
  • Prepare basic financial statements
  • Analyze and interpret financial statements for the purpose of making management decisions

Certificate Description

A trainee must pass their examination and attendance with a mark of 80% to obtain a certification in Accounting for Non-Accountants.

Target Attendence

  • Trainees who are interested in developing their accounting skills
  • Employees in banks and financial institutions, whether they have knowledge in accounting or not
  • Trainees who are willing to build a strong foundation in accounting
  • Economics students of all majors
  • Employees of information management departments and those interested in learning accounting

The conceptual framework of accounting
Accounting cycle
Double entry theory
Journal posting
Prepaid & accruals
Adjusting entries & reclassification
Classifying accounts / data within chart of accounts
Income statement & balance sheet
Exercises and practical cases
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Dr. Muhannad Adnan Oukal

Founder & Chairman of Altanmya Group

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2010

MTD Training & bookboon.com

Finance For Non-Financial Managers
OVERVIEW

Accounting for Non-Accountants course will enlighten you with the Accounting Basics and equip you with the right knowledge and skill sets for you to fully realize the ins and outs of the financial and management sides of business.


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