There is hardly an accountant who has not yet heard about IFRS. However, for many, these four letters are still something complicated and incomprehensible. In our classes, we will figure out what does this acronym stand for, why IFRS is so good and whether they differ so much from familiar accounting rules.
Course objective:
The course is intended for those who are just starting to get acquainted with international standards. We will look at those standards that lie at the heart of IFRS. Understanding them will make it easy to deal with the requirements of other, more complex standards.
5 elements of reporting
$30 / person

22.11.2022 - 29.11.2022
Target audience
financial specialist
Sanjarbek Irgashev

President of the Institute of Qualified Personnel,
Financial analyst,
Specialist in banking, accounting and auditing,
Certified specialist in IFRS (IAPBE).
Day 1. Introduction (2 h)
  1. What do IFRS mean?
  2. The elements of IFRS-reports (assets, liabilities, equity, income, expenses)
  3. Reporting forms
  4. Main principles of IFRS reporting preparation
Day 2. Assets (2 h)
  1. Assets: recognition and classification
  2. Inventories
  3. Property, Plant and Equipment
  4. Investment property
  5. Non-current assets held for sale
  6. Intangible assets
  7. Financial assets
Day 3. Liabilities and equity (2 h)
  1. Liabilities: recognition and classification
  2. Loans
  3. Provisions
  4. Equity, income and expenses
Special topics
  1. Revenue recognition
  2. Accounting for leasing
  3. Income tax
  4. Accounting policy
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