english for accounting

English for Accounting: Essential skills

360,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course start: 2023-01-23
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course end: 2023-04-30
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Registration end: 2023-01-20
Course ID: EAES_1
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Weekly:
2 units (90 minutes) / 4 units (180 minutes) / 6 units (270 minutes) / 8 units (360 minutes) / 10 units (450 minutes) / 12 units (540 minutes)

Semi-intensive:
25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons, 5 units (225 minutes) per day

Intensive:
24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons, 8 units (360 minutes) per day

1. Course description

The English for Accounting Essential Skills course has been developed specifically for individuals seeking to improve their English language skills in the accounting profession. This comprehensive course covers the essential language skills necessary to communicate effectively in the field of accounting, including technical vocabulary, grammar, and writing style.

At the end of this course, students will have a solid foundation in English language skills, allowing them to communicate confidently and effectively in the accounting industry.

Upon completing the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion. Those who demonstrate active participation in at least 85% of the classes and achieve a score of 90% or higher on course assessments will be eligible for a Certificate of Achievement, which recognizes their dedication and success in the course.

Students should possess a foundation of accounting knowledge and demonstrate intermediate proficiency in English to effectively communicate and understand accounting concepts taught in this course.

2. What you will learn

In this course, students will gain a thorough understanding of financial statements and their related vocabulary, including the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. They will also develop proficiency in the grammar and language structures used in financial reports and documents and learn how to read and comprehend these materials effectively.

In addition, students will learn how to present financial information clearly and accurately, both in written and oral form. They will also become familiar with technical terms and jargon commonly used in accounting. Furthermore, they will be able to practice using them in realistic scenarios, such as meetings and negotiations related to financial matters.

3. Who is this course for?

  • Accountants
  • Accounting professionals
  • Accounting students
  • Auditors
  • Financial analysts
  • Finance students
  • Business administrators
  • Business owners
  • Tax consultants
  • Tax advisors
  • Economists
  • MBA students
  • Accountancy students
  • Traders

 

4. Course program

Lesson 1

Introduction to Accountancy

  • Definition and types of accountancy
  • Role of accountants in business and finance
  • Skills and qualities needed for a successful career in accountancy
  • Job opportunities in the field of accountancy
Lesson 2

Accounting Principles

  • Overview of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)
  • The role of ethics in accountancy
  • Understanding the concept of double-entry bookkeeping
  • Importance of financial reporting and disclosure
Lesson 3

Accounting Cycle and Bookkeeping Tools

  • Understanding the accounting cycle: from data collection to financial statements
  • Introduction to bookkeeping tools such as journals, ledgers, and worksheets
Lesson 4

Depreciation

  • Definition and purpose of depreciation
  • Types of depreciation methods
  • Calculating and recording depreciation in financial statements
Lesson 5

Cost Accounting

  • Definition and purpose of cost accounting
  • Types of costs: direct and indirect, fixed and variable
  • Cost-volume-profit analysis
Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Balance Sheet

  • Definition and purpose of a balance sheet
  • Components of a balance sheet: assets, liabilities, and equity
  • Analyzing and interpreting a balance sheet
Lesson 8

Intangible Assets

  • Definition and types of intangible assets
  • Valuation of intangible assets
  • Accounting for intangible assets in financial statements
Lesson 9

Cash Flow Statement

  • Definition and purpose of a cash flow statement
  • Components of a cash flow statement: operating, investing, and financing activities
  • Analyzing and interpreting a cash flow statement
Lesson 10

Profit and Loss Statement

  • Definition and purpose of a profit and loss statement
  • Components of a profit and loss statement: revenues, expenses, and net income
  • Analyzing and interpreting a profit and loss statement
Lesson 11

Accounting Liquidity

  • Definition and importance of accounting liquidity
  • Measures of accounting liquidity: current ratio, quick ratio, and cash ratio
  • Analyzing and improving liquidity in a business
Lesson 12

EXAM

 

Lesson 1

Introduction to Accountancy

  • Definition and types of accountancy
  • Role of accountants in business and finance
  • Skills and qualities needed for a successful career in accountancy
  • Job opportunities in the field of accountancy
Lesson 2

Accounting Principles

  • Overview of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)
  • The role of ethics in accountancy
  • Understanding the concept of double-entry bookkeeping
  • Importance of financial reporting and disclosure
Lesson 3

Accounting Cycle and Bookkeeping Tools

  • Understanding the accounting cycle: from data collection to financial statements
  • Introduction to bookkeeping tools such as journals, ledgers, and worksheets
Lesson 4

Depreciation

  • Definition and purpose of depreciation
  • Types of depreciation methods
  • Calculating and recording depreciation in financial statements
Lesson 5

Cost Accounting

  • Definition and purpose of cost accounting
  • Types of costs: direct and indirect, fixed and variable
  • Cost-volume-profit analysis
Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Balance Sheet

  • Definition and purpose of a balance sheet
  • Components of a balance sheet: assets, liabilities, and equity
  • Analyzing and interpreting a balance sheet
Lesson 8

Intangible Assets

  • Definition and types of intangible assets
  • Valuation of intangible assets
  • Accounting for intangible assets in financial statements
Lesson 9

Cash Flow Statement

  • Definition and purpose of a cash flow statement
  • Components of a cash flow statement: operating, investing, and financing activities
  • Analyzing and interpreting a cash flow statement
Lesson 10

Profit and Loss Statement

  • Definition and purpose of a profit and loss statement
  • Components of a profit and loss statement: revenues, expenses, and net income
  • Analyzing and interpreting a profit and loss statement
Lesson 11

Accounting Liquidity

  • Definition and importance of accounting liquidity
  • Measures of accounting liquidity: current ratio, quick ratio, and cash ratio
  • Analyzing and improving liquidity in a business
Lesson 12

EXAM

 

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FAQ

What is a language course?
A language course at ZENITH lingo is a set of language lessons designed to assist or guide customers to improve their communication skills in a particular language.
What is a lesson?
Time spent with a language teacher to learn a language is a lesson which consist of teaching units.
What is a unit or teaching unit?
A unit or teaching unit is 45 minutes.
What is the minimum number of teaching units per lesson?
Minimum number of teaching units per lesson is two (2 x 45 minutes) or 90 minutes. Maximum number of teaching units per lesson is eight (8 x 45 minutes) or 360 minutes.
Can I book only one unit per lesson?
Unfortunately, currently we cannot offer only one-unit lesson to our clients.
What is the minimum number of lessons per course?
In group courses, we have determined number of lessons per course.
What equipment do I need to study English online with ZENITH lingo?
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