Crash course: Basics of Accounting and Finance
What you'll learn
- Basics of Accounting and Finance
- Finance terminology
- Journal entries (bookkeeping)
- Trial balance
- Income Statement
- Balance sheet
- ability to understand english
- No prior knowledge required
This is a simple and basic crash course for the individuals who come with no Accounting background, or those who want to refresh what they have learnt in their colleges or universities. Not only that, it is also beneficial for the ones who are willing to build their career in Accounting and Finance OR would want to understand their businesses in order to improve their decision making skills in under an hour.
Finance is the language of a business, without knowing the language; it would be nearly impossible for us to understand a business and what stays behind the numbers.
In this course you'll be learning;
➢ Basic Finance terminology.
➢ What Debit and Credit is, and it’s rule. (bookkeeping system)
➢ Preparation of Ledger Accounts & Trial balances.
➢ Understanding of Financial Statements.
This course includes;
1. Video recorded lectures.
2. Completion Certificate.
3. Life time access to the course and material.
Who this course is for:
- Business owners
- Beginner Accountants
Mr.Zeeshan is an ACCA qualified corporate trainer, having worked within Finance department of several Multinational companies. He has trained over 10,000 students internationally on finance related course. Mr.Zeeshan is an expert in Financial Accounting, Corporate Reporting and Financial Management. He has been awarded as the youngest corporate trainer in Doha, State of Qatar.
Mr. Zeeshan is an experienced Trainer with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Skilled in Coaching, Curriculum Development, Public Speaking, Management, Corporate training and Staff Development.
“Finance is the language of a business, without knowing the Fundamentals of Finance, It is nearly impossible to understand the business operations and the secrets that lie behind the numbers.”