english for accounting

English for Accounting: Professional skills

360,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
Course ID: EAPS_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: Professional Skills course has been designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles and practices, enabling students to excel in their professional endeavors. Throughout the course, participants will improve their English language skills through interactive activities, such as group discussions, role-plays, and presentations.

In addition, experienced instructors will provide personalized feedback and support to help students achieve their learning goals.

This course is ideal for accounting professionals seeking to advance their careers or expand their business opportunities in a globalized world.

We strongly recommend that students complete ZENITH lingo’s English for Accounting: Essential Skills course before enrolling in this course.

Upon completion of 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.

2. What you will learn

In this course, students will delve into a range of accounting concepts, including cash accounting, accrual accounting, variable accounting, leverage, and the break-even point. Through engaging lessons and interactive exercises, they will expand their knowledge of these topics and improve their understanding of accounting terminology.

Additionally, the course will provide instruction on grammar usage relevant to accounting discussions, allowing students to communicate their ideas more effectively.

Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge through real-world case studies and simulations, giving them practical experience in analyzing financial statements and making informed business decisions. The course will also cover important ethical considerations in accounting, teaching students to uphold professional standards and integrity in their work.

By the end of the course, students will gain a deep understanding of complex accounting concepts and develop the skills and values required to succeed in their future careers as accounting professionals.

3. Who is this course for?

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

4. Course program

Lesson 1

Introduction to Accounting Principles

  • Overview of the accounting profession
  • Fundamental accounting concepts and principles
  • Overview of financial statements: balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows
Lesson 2

Cash Accounting vs. Accrual Accounting

  • Definition and explanation of cash and accrual accounting
  • Advantages and disadvantages of each method
  • Examples of transactions and how they are recorded in cash and accrual accounting
Lesson 3

Variable Accounting

  • Definition and explanation of variable accounting
  • Examples of variable costs and how they are recorded in financial statements
  • Analysis of variable and fixed costs in decision making
Lesson 4

Ledger Balance

  • Definition and explanation of ledger balance
  • Overview of different types of ledgers (e.g. general ledger, sales ledger, purchase ledger)
  • Understanding how to record transactions in the ledger and how to prepare trial balances
Lesson 5

Leverage

  • Definition and explanation of leverage
  • Overview of different types of leverage (e.g. financial leverage, operating leverage)
  • Analysis of leverage ratios and their impact on a company’s financial performance
Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Types of Expenses

  • Overview of different types of expenses (e.g. operating expenses, non-operating expenses)
  • Classification of expenses as fixed or variable
  • Analysis of the impact of expenses on a company’s profitability
Lesson 8

The Break-Even Point

  • Definition and explanation of the break-even point
  • Analysis of break-even point and its role in decision making
  • Calculation of the break-even point using various methods
Lesson 9

Auditing

  • Definition and explanation of auditing
  • Overview of different types of audits (e.g. financial audits, operational audits)
  • Role of auditors in the accounting profession
Lesson 10

Business Transactions and Events

  • Overview of different types of business transactions and events (e.g. mergers and acquisitions, divestitures)
  • Analysis of the impact of these transactions and events on a company’s financial statements
Lesson 11

Financial Analysis and Decision Making

  • Overview of financial analysis techniques (e.g. ratio analysis, trend analysis)
  • Use of financial analysis to support decision making
  • Ethical considerations in financial analysis and decision making
Lesson 12

EXAM

Lesson 1

Introduction to Accounting Principles

  • Overview of the accounting profession
  • Fundamental accounting concepts and principles
  • Overview of financial statements: balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows
Lesson 2

Cash Accounting vs. Accrual Accounting

  • Definition and explanation of cash and accrual accounting
  • Advantages and disadvantages of each method
  • Examples of transactions and how they are recorded in cash and accrual accounting
Lesson 3

Variable Accounting

  • Definition and explanation of variable accounting
  • Examples of variable costs and how they are recorded in financial statements
  • Analysis of variable and fixed costs in decision making
Lesson 4

Ledger Balance

  • Definition and explanation of ledger balance
  • Overview of different types of ledgers (e.g. general ledger, sales ledger, purchase ledger)
  • Understanding how to record transactions in the ledger and how to prepare trial balances
Lesson 5

Leverage

  • Definition and explanation of leverage
  • Overview of different types of leverage (e.g. financial leverage, operating leverage)
  • Analysis of leverage ratios and their impact on a company’s financial performance
Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Types of Expenses

  • Overview of different types of expenses (e.g. operating expenses, non-operating expenses)
  • Classification of expenses as fixed or variable
  • Analysis of the impact of expenses on a company’s profitability
Lesson 8

The Break-Even Point

  • Definition and explanation of the break-even point
  • Analysis of break-even point and its role in decision making
  • Calculation of the break-even point using various methods
Lesson 9

Auditing

  • Definition and explanation of auditing
  • Overview of different types of audits (e.g. financial audits, operational audits)
  • Role of auditors in the accounting profession
Lesson 10

Business Transactions and Events

  • Overview of different types of business transactions and events (e.g. mergers and acquisitions, divestitures)
  • Analysis of the impact of these transactions and events on a company’s financial statements
Lesson 11

Financial Analysis and Decision Making

  • Overview of financial analysis techniques (e.g. ratio analysis, trend analysis)
  • Use of financial analysis to support decision making
  • Ethical considerations in financial analysis and decision making
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?
We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer as it makes it easier to follow our digital coursebooks. However, you can join online classes simply with your smart phone. We are currently using Zoom for our video lessons, so it is best if you download the Zoom software.

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