Irish GAAP Financial Reporting Update 2020 - Accounting for Now
A new digital first programme for accountants
CPA Ireland Skillnet is delighted to launch our first ever bespoke online course for accountants.
This course was created specifically for accountants in an online environment and is comprised of highly effective strategies for engaging our learners.
The subjects selected for our inaugural digital first course provide updates on core topics for accountants as well as professional and business skills. We have engaged with subject matter experts to develop an exceptional learning experience for our members.
Key Course Details:
Method: Online, self-paced learning on our award-winning learning management system, Canvas
Access Duration: 6 months access
CPD Credit: 2 hours per module
Cost: €60 per module
Benefits of this course:
Bespoke Training for accountants
Take control of your learning
A fun and engaging way to learn
Topic & Author:
Irish GAAP Financial Reporting Update - Alan Bailie, CPA Ireland
This module examines the classification of Investment Property under FRS 102, providing an overview of how to account for investment property, including deferred tax implications and disclosure requirements for investment property, as well as how to account for transfers to and from investment property. The module will also look at Provisions and Contingencies, covering the disclosure requirements, circumstances in which a provision should be recognised in financial statements, initial and subsequent measurement of provisions, and requirements of FRS 102 in relation to contingent liabilities and contingent assets.
About the Author:
Alan Bailie (FCCA, LLB) has a Bachelor of Law degree, and subsequently qualified as a professional accountant in 2008 with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). He is currently knowledge manager with CPA Ireland and has presented on Financial Reporting in accordance with UK and Irish GAAP to accountants in both practice and industry.
Previously, Alan worked within the Professional Standards Department of CPA Ireland carrying out quality assurance monitoring visits of members in public practice to ensure maintenance of professional standards and compliance with the regulatory framework, including UK and Irish GAAP.
Please allow 1-3 working days to recieve access to the course. If you have any queries, please contact Rachel Hawker on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01-425-1000.
Note: These fees are irrevocable under the terms and conditions. Regrettably, because we have already committed funds to the running of the course, it is not possible to refund any fees. Please note that bookings are not confirmed until payment conditions are fully satisfied
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