Finance & Accounting Courses


ACCA - Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

ACCA provides you with core knowledge in all areas of accountancy to ensure that you have the complete skill set required for a finance professional, so that you can choose the right financial role for you in any industry.


IFRS - International Financial Reporting Standards Certification

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are a set of international accounting standards stating how particular types of transactions and other events should be reported in financial statements. IFRS are issued by the International Accounting Standards Board, and they specify exactly how accountants must maintain and report their accounts. IFRS were established in order to have a common accounting language, so business and accounts can be understood from company to company and country to country.


CIA (USA) - Certified Internal Auditor

The CIA credential can be your master key to professional success, opening doors for career opportunities and earning you increased credibility and respect within the profession and your organization.


CMA (USA)- Certified Management Accountant

CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification has been the global benchmark for management accountants and financial professionals. Why? Because CMAs can explain the "why" behind numbers, not just the "what." And that can give you greater credibility, higher earning potential, and ultimately a seat at the leadership table.


CMA (USA) Revision Course Part 1/Part2- Certified Management Accountant

Achieving the CMA demonstrates your professional expertise in financial planning, analysis, control, decision support, and professional ethics – skills that are in demand by organizations around the world & expand your career potential, the CMA will help you set the standard for professional excellence.


CPA (USA)- Certified Public Accountant

All CPAs are accountants, but not all accountants are CPAs.

Trusted financial advisor who helps individuals, businesses, and other organizations plan and reach their financial goals.


AFNA - Accounting for Non Accounting Manager

“Accounting for Non-Accountants (AfNA)” has been designed for all who occupy responsible positions in the business but lack accounting background.In general, the course seeks to enable participants with no accounting background to explain and apply the principles, basic tools, and techniques of the accounting process.


PA - Practical Accounting Training for Beginners

Practical Accounting is the routine manner in which the day-to-day financial activities of a business entity are gathered and recorded. A firm's accounting practice refers to the method by which its accounting policies are implemented and adhered.


 BASIC ACCOUNTING 

Basic accounting course to give you an understanding of the basic accounting principles, transactions, and operations. Each section has many examples of real business transactions and even sample ledgers and financial statements to help you understand the concepts.


QUICKBOOKS

While QuickBooks® is user friendly most people still need QuickBooks training to effectively set up the software, efficiently utilize appropriate features and ensure their data is being input in a correct manner. Nothing is more frustrating to business owners than not trusting the numbers in their accounting software; accurate numbers they need on a daily basis to make wise business decisions.


TALLY - ERP 9

Tally.ERP 9 is the world's fastest and most powerful concurrent Multi-lingual business Accountingand Inventory Management software. Tally.ERP 9, designed exclusively to meet the needs ofsmall and medium businesses, is a fully integrated, affordable and highly reliable software.Tally.ERP 9 is easy to buy, quick to install, and easy to learn and use. Tally.ERP 9 is designed toautomate and integrate all your business operations, such as sales, finance, purchasing, inven-tory, and manufacturing. With Tally.ERP 9, accurate, up-todate business information is literally atyour fingertips anywhere. The powerful new features and blazing speed and power of Tally.ERP 9combined with enhanced MIS, Multi-lingual, Data Synchronization and Remote capabilities helpyou simplify all your business processes easily and cost-effectively.


SAGE 50 - (FORMERLY PEACHTREE)

Sage 50 Accounting (US) is a business management software subscription-based product published by Sage Group and sold in the United StatesIt was previously called Peachtree Accounting (U.S.). A conversion to the Peachtree / Sage 50 U.S. data format was made available when Simply Accounting (U.S.) was taken off the market. As of the 2013 edition, the U.S. software is now called Sage 50 (U.S).

The Simply Accounting software once known as Bedford Accounting was renamed to Sage 50 Canadian. The Canadian software shared the new brand name with its unrelated U.S. counterpart in 2013, but continues to be separately developed and supported.


VAT - (Value Added Tax Implementation in UAE)

The UAE has announced it will proceed with the implementation of a value-added tax (VAT) regime, which is planned to come into effect on January 1, 2018. It is expected that the rate of the VAT will be 5% on all goods and services, with some exceptions including basic food items, healthcare and education. The new tax will not be limited to the UAE, but rather will be implemented across the GCC-countries, although possibly at different rates and different implementation dates.

The implementation of VAT will come with some corporate challenges, especially for businesses which have not previously been exposed to the nuances of tax compliance. Aside from having to accommodate for additional administration costs, companies will need to consider how VAT will affect their operating models, including supply chain arrangements, financial systems, transition periods, end customer pricing and other relevant areas.


ANTI-CORRUPTION

Corruption is a global problem. In the three decades since US’s Congress enacted the FCPA, the extent of corporate bribery has become clearer and its ramifications in a transnational economy starker. Corruption impedes economic growth by diverting public resources from important priorities such as health, education, and infrastructure. Corruption is also bad for business. Corruption is anti-competitive, leading to distorted prices and disadvantaging honest businesses that do not pay bribes. It increases the cost of doing business globally and inflates the cost of government contracts in developing countries.