This course will focus on understanding the basic financial statements and related terminology. The relationships between the financial statements will be discussed and an understanding of basic financial statement presentation and analysis will be reviewed. The class will focus on how these statements impact and report the operational aspects of the organisation, and how the how the reporting requirements of various governmental entities impact their content and organisation.
Intermediate level in English.
PLACE OF TRAINING
YOUR CONSULTANT – TRAINER
Dr. Scott Cohen is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in North Carolina and Colorado. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). He is an American CPA with over 30 years’ experience in accounting, finance and as an entrepreneur. He has successfully created and operated a variety of business. Dr. Cohen is currently a tenure track Assistant Professor of Accounting at Frostburg State University (a member of the University of Maryland System) where he teaches a variety of accounting courses. In addition, Dr. Cohen is an adjunct Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance at North Carolina State University where he primarily teaches finance and accounting in their MBA program.
• Regulation and governing entities
• Identification and terminology
• Financial statement fundamentals
• Relationships between the financial statements
• The link to finance and markets
• Basics of financial statement analysis
ECLA will issue a certificate to each participant at the end of the course indicating the exact hours of training.
Mondays (14:00-15:30): Feb/1/8/15/22
Wednesdays (14:00-15:30): Feb 3/10/17/24
(You can select your favoured schedule during checkout)
795,00€ – 995,00€
Discount for ECLA Members*