The field of accountancy is highly disciplined, highly skilled and highly respected. Demand for qualified accountants in the UK is at an all-time high, with some estimates suggesting that at least 80,000 more will be needed within the next 20 years.
|Course at QLS||Short Course|
|Study Method||Online Learning|
|Course Duration||20 Hours|
|Entry Requirements||No Entry Requirements|
Build a detailed knowledge of the most important accounting principles and concepts, along with the growing standardisation of accounting activities and principles worldwide. Oxford Home Study Centre is proud to offer another 100% free accountancy and finance course, providing a detailed look at several accounting concepts’ meanings, objectives and applications. Now available with not a penny to pay for the first time ever, this exclusive course is open for enrolment 365 days a year on a global basis.
Study the advantages and potential disadvantages of standardisation in accountancy, along with an overview of the most important Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and efforts to achieve standardisation worldwide. Explore a series of key accounting concepts and standards, including but not limited to the business entity concept, money management concept and consistency concept. Build the knowledge and skills needed to take your career to the next level, with all course materials included as standard.
With no prior knowledge or experience required, this free accountancy and finance course could take you a step closer to achieving your goals. Enrol online in just a few clicks, or contact a member of the team at Oxford Home Study Centre anytime for more information.
This free accounting principles and concepts course covers the following topics:
• Topic 1 - Accounting Concepts & Standards
• Topic 2 - Business Entity Concept
• Topic 3 - Money Measurement Concept
• Topic 4 - Cost Concept
• Topic 5 - Attempts Towards Standardisation
On course completion you will be awarded with our FREE OHSC course completion letter issued by the College. This letter will be sent to you in your email.