Course Content & Structure

Why do this course?

The G20 along with other major international organisations support the goal of a single set of high quality, global accounting standards. Modern economies rely on cross border transactions and the free flow of capital. Currently more than a third of all financial transactions occur across borders and this number is expected to grow. IFRS standards address this challenge by providing a high quality, internationally recognised set of standards that bring transparency, accountability and efficiency to financial markets around the world. .  

How is the course structured?

The course consists of 70 CPD hours of fully interactive online study, together with exercises, scenarios, action plans and self-study assignments make the CPA Diploma in IFRS Financial Reporting the most engaging and learner friendly programme available.

Social features enable you to share and learn from other learners as well as the experts, so you feel supported along the way.

Each of the 9 modules has an assessment so you can monitor your progress and know how you are doing before you get to the final assessment.

online modules and accompanying assessments build towards completion of this prestigious certificate, fully accredited Diploma by the CPA Ireland.
 

Course Content

The course is delivered through a series of recorded lectures over 7 modules:

MODULE 1:

IFRS: The Structure of Financial Statements

MODULE 2:

IFRS: Property, Plant and Equipment

MODULE 3:

IFRS: Other Non-Financial Assets

MODULE 4:

IFRS: Income, Revenue and Revenue Recognition

MODULE 5:

IFRS: Financial Instruments

MODULE 6:

IFRS: Expenditure, Provisions and Taxation

MODULE 7: 

IFRS: Accounting for Business Combinations

MODULE 8:

IFRS: Key Accounting Policies and Other Reporting Considerations

MODULE 9:

IFRS: Specific Sectors
FINAL DIPLOMA ASSESSMENT

 

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