Languages: English, Polish
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I am ACCA qualified and Polish certified auditor. For many years, as employee of PwC and with own practice, I have been providing audit, consultancy and trainings for numerous private sector companies. My trainings activities focus on IFRS, ISA (audit), financial accounting and related topics. I am also experienced trainer of selected ACCA, CIMA and CIA papers (financial accounting related). I cooperate with Universities (MBA program), Polish Chamber of Auditors, Accounting Professional Bodies, BPP Professional Education and various private companies. As a member of the World Bank CFRR team, I was responsible for ISA/IFRS and IPSAS projects dedicated to Ukraine, Latvia, Baltic Countries and Poland.
About the training
The course is concentrated on selected topics which are considered as relatively difficult. Examples include financial instruments classification, recognition and valuation, impairment of some assets, leasing, revenue recognition or investment properties. Practical examples are based on some real life scenarios.
Understanding of basic accounting issues behind such topics as financial instruments, investment properties, leasing, revenue recognition and impairment of assets
Ability to identify accounting consequencesn in practical situations involving financial instruments, investment properties, leasing, revenue recognition and impairment of assets
Being able to prepare calculations supporting valuations in given situations involving financial instruments, investment properties, leasing, revenue recognition and impairment of assets
Being able to properly identify disclosures in specified areas.
Financial assets and financial liabilities - classification, recognition and valuation - cases and examples
Leasing - identification and accounting treatment by lessees and lessors - practical cases
Revenue recognition on examples - practicas cases
Impairment of assets - practical cases
Investment properties - classification and valuation - practical cases
Untypical business operations and their accounting consequences - examples