Accountancy Age is delighted to announce four half day masterclasses for 2015, which will be run by Guy Loveday, a director and member of PTP Ltd. All masterclasses will be held at Incisive Media’s office on Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RX; view details here.
Courses taking place include:
Preparing cash flow statements under FRS102
Tuesday 2nd June, 9.45am -12.45pm
This course is totally practical and revolves around a case study featuring the preparation of the cash flow statement – and an explanation of common errors and misconceptions. The requirements of FRS 102 will be followed and issues not dealt with by FRS 102 will be tackled. Find out more
Preparing consolidated accounts under FRS 102
Tuesday 2nd June, 1.45pm – 4.45pm
Preparing consolidated accounts under FRS 102 will be a new challenge for accountants – both preparers and auditors – who have previously used old UK GAAP. The different approach taken by FRS 102 will be explained and illustrated. The course will revolve around a series of practical case studies. Find out more
Continuing to get to grips with FRS 102
Wednesday 3rd June, 9.45am -12.45pm
There are many hurdles to clear in becoming proficient in the application of FRS 102 – including accounting, disclosure, presentation and terminology. This is the latest course to be examining the accounting differences between FRS 102 and old UK GAAP. Find out more
Classifying debt instruments under FRS102
Wednesday 3rd June, 1.45pm – 4.45pm
This course is totally practical and revolves around a series of worked examples which first classify the debt instrument appropriately and then explain how to apply the amortised cost principle. Find out more
Each course is CPD accredited and by attending, you will receive 4 CPD points.
Each course will last half a day, and all delegates will receive course documentation and earn 4 CPD hours.
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