Getting to know the different kinds of business structure
Learn the accounting equation and the accounting process
Have a better overview on what is Double Entry – the most important module in accounting
Interpret debits and credits
Develop the general ledger and general journal
Necessary Reports: How to Prepare Company’s Statement of Financial Position, Trial Balance and Income Statement
Bookkeeping Methodology: Have a clearer insight on what your accountant is doing and how they usually organize their documents
Bank Reconciliation procedures and methodology
Understand the reason for the difference between your bank statement and bank account.
Taught on concepts of permanent and timing differences.
Know the common types of things that cause differences between bank statement and bank account.
Illustrate the two formats of bank reconciliation statement.
Shown a working method to perform bank reconciliation.
Hands on practice
Adjusting for Prepayments and Accruals
Understand the difference between accrual accounting and cash accounting.
See the difference it makes to your income statement.
Accounting entries to make the necessary adjustments to your accounts, in order to show an unbiased view.
Derive Bad and Doubtful Allowances
Distinguish between bad debts and doubtful debts.
Understand the various terminology and concepts.
Hands on practice on making adjustments.
Setting preferences to control the behaviour of MYOB
Stop users from editing transactions when entered.
Prevent transactions from entering into the wrong period.
Accounting for Non-current Assets: to reflect in your income statement and statement of financial position:
Acquisition of non-current assets.
Depreciation methods and accounting policy.
Shown how to combine all the information together using Fixed Assets register.
Ratio Analysis: Profitability, Liquidity, Capital Structure, Efficiency Ratio – Use Ratio Analysis to view the financial performance of the business
Dissect the business to learn about what the numbers are telling you
Learn the interrelationship between the income statement, statement of financial position and statement of cash flows
Learn the various formulas that make up the ratios, and their meanings
Payroll Accounting using the Double Entry concept for CPF, CDAC – Regarding employees’
benefits and compensation, and relevant taxes
Accounting for Salaries, CPF, CDAC
Accruing for Salaries and CPF payable
Learn more about how to compute Income Tax Adjustment for your business – The amount your business owes the government
Providing for income tax payable in the accounts
Adjusting for under/ over provision for prior years
Loan and Hire Purchase – Most employers use Loan and Hire Purchase to finance their
purchase of company equipment and commercial property
Recording the correct amount into assets and borrowings
Calculating interest expense using the effective interest rate method, in line with the relevant Financial Reporting Standards
Allocating outstanding amounts into current and non-current liabilities
Bookkeeping entries for the above
Learn how to go about the process of Correction of Errors
Learn about the types of errors that is commonly made
Error of Omission
Error of Commission
Error of Reversal
Error of Principle
Error of Original Entry
Bookkeeping entries to correct the above errors
Bookkeeping entries to correct the above errors
Accounting Basic Course Dates
19th October 2016, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
6th December 2016, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
16th January 2017, Monday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
14th February 2017, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
28th March 2017, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
15th May 2017, Monday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
20th June 2017, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
Accounting Intermediate Course Dates
20th October 2016, Thursday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
7th December 2016, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
17th January 2017, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
15th February 2017, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
29th March 2017, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
16th May 2017, Tuesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
21 June 2017, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
Accounting Advanced Course Dates
21st October 2016, Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
8th December 2016, Thursday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Regisration Closed]
18th January 2017, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm [Registration Closed]
16th February 2017, Thursday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
30th March 2017, Thursday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
17 May 2017, Wednesday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
22 June 2017, Thursday, 9.30am to 5.30pm
Oasia Hotel Office Tower (PS100) or International Plaza – Beside Tanjong Pagar MRT
Note: Please be informed to bring the stationery below for the accounting course
Pencil and pens
We wish to highlight that dates may be subjected to changes without notice.
Classes will be postponed if there are less than 6 participants.
We can also arrange a close class specially for your company as long as you have a minimum of 6 participants.
We only accept payments transacted in Singapore Dollars and all payments are neither exchangeable nor refundable for other items.
Learn About Accounting / Bookkeeping in Singapore
Even before you purchase an accounting software such as MYOB, Xero, Freshbooks, Quickbooks or Quickbooks Online), it is definitely a must for you to be well-versed with the basics of accounting. This is to deter yourself from making accounting errors while entering your accounts transactions.
This is why we are here to provide professional accounting courses that is available to all business owners as well as for their non-accounts trained staff in Singapore.
Our accounting short courses in Singapore are hands-on sessions, consisting of working examples that is easily understood by all trainees and we offer accounting course from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on weekdays for 3 full days.
Sign up for Accounting Basic, Intermediate and Advanced as a Bundled Course at $488 Now instead of $555!
After PIC Price: $292 (Company Sponsored) SkillsFuture Covers 100% of Course Fees (Self Sponsored) UTAP Covers 50% of unfunded Course Fees for Accounting Basic Course & Accounting Intermediate Course (for NTUC Members, capped at $250 every year)
What Can You Learn From our 3 Days Accounting Course?
You can learn the important aspects of the accounting or book keeping in Singapore, learning how to outline the accounting principles properly.
Our professional instructors are able to explain and simplify the difficult accounting terms for all participants. This course is specially designed to help all people understand about the data transformation in their accounting systems.
You can learn how to manage all documents, including preparation of balance sheet and income statement easily. All participants can also learn how to prepare simple accounts before setting them up for managing the business after the 1st day’s class.
In the intermediate level, we teach about how to go about doing the company’s bank reconciliation, concepts of prepayments and accruals.
In the advanced level, we teach participants to analyse the company’s performance, liquidity using accounting ratios, payroll accounting, tax adjustments, and correction of errors which are important to all businesses.
Why Should You Choose Our Accounting Course?
1. Easily accessible location.
2. Combine the theory with many hands-on classroom practices.
3. Small class size for full attention.
4. Affordable accounting course for non-accounts trained company staff (Local or Foreign).
5. Affordable accounting course for senior management (Local or Foreign).