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  Mr. Gerald Peries
  Trainer & Consultant  
  Event's Profile  
Date : 25 & 26 April 2019
Time : 9am - 5pm
Suite 7-5, Level 7
Wisma UOA II
21, Jalan Pinang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
  Online Registration, please register here
  Registration via Fax,
please download form here
and fax it to (603) 2713 6869.
  PM Resources' Contact  
(603) 2713 6868
(603) 2713 6869
  In-house Training  
  Apart from the above program, the following are also available for in-house training:
1. Business English
2. Business Writing Training
3. Effective, Impactful and Memorable Presentation Skills
4. Persuasive Business Communication Skills at Work
5. Effective Supervisory Skills & Personal Development Workshop Outline
6. Stress Management: How to Manage Workplace Stress Effectively?
7. Logistics Concepts & Practices
8. Pengurusan Rantaian Bekalan (Supply Chain)

Accounting Skills for Account Clerks & Assistants
A 2-Day Programme
Date : 25 & 26 April 2019 (Thursday & Friday)
Time : 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
This course will enable accounting staff to do the following:
  • Understand the accounting process and its concepts
  • Improve their skills in recording accounting information
  • Appreciate how their job function contributes towards the preparation of financial statements
  • Communicate more effectively with their superiors
  • Contribute effectively towards management decision making
  • Interpret financial statements to understand the financial strengths & weakness of the organization
  • Understand the importance and determinants of cash flow and working capital
  • Assist in the budgeting process

This course would enable accounting staff to understand and appreciate the steps performed in the accounting process and their contribution to management decision making.

In today’s computerised accounting world, accounting staff may perform very specific duties as part of the accounting process. They may be involved in one specific area like handling accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, cash book, etc. As a result, they are often much focused in their respective areas of work that they may not be aware or knowledgeable of the other important areas in accounting.

With the advancement of computerised accounting packages, the accounting process is somewhat isolated and as a result these staff does not see the physical transaction actually taking place. This may lead to a lack of understanding of the accounting process. Knowledge in these other areas of accounting will enable the staff to contribute more effectively to the organisation the accounting staff should also be aware of the types of decision made by management like performance evaluation, budgeting and managing working capital.

An understanding of these management decisions would enable them to appreciate how their functions and information they provide fits into the overall objectives of the organisation.

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • The importance of cash flow
  • The difference between profits and cash flow
  • The techniques of making long-term investment decisions for a healthy cash flow
  • The importance of managing working capital for a healthy cash flow
  • The importance of budgets as a planning and control tool for cash flow management
  • Skills in analysing financial statements with a view to improve the organisation’s cash flow.
  • Budgeting skills.
  • Skills in analyzing and selecting appropriate investment projects
  • Skills in forecasting cash flow requirements
  • Skills in monitoring cash flow
  • The usefulness and limitations of financial information in managing cash flow.
Programme Outline
Module 1: Introduction
  • What is accounting?
  • Accounting process
  • Role in today’s business
  • The accounting equation
  • Transaction analysis
  • Exercise
Module 2: The Recording Process Using the Double Entry – Journals & Posting to Ledger
  • The creditors ledger
  • The debtors ledger
  • The general ledger
  • Assests
  • Liabilities
  • Capital
  • Revenue
  • Expenses
  • Extracting the trial balance
  • Financial statements
  • exercise
Module 3.1: Adjustments at Financial Year End
  • Cash versus accrual accounting
  • Matching principle
  • Accrued expenses
  • Prepayments
  • Impact on financial statements
  • Exercise
Module 3.2: Accounting For Fixed Assests
  • Historical cost concept
  • Depreciation – calculation & recording
  • Gain or loss on sale
  • Impact on financial statements
  • Exercise
Module 4: Preparation of Financial Statements with Adjustments
  • Income Statement
  • The balance sheet
  • Exercise
Module 5: Financial Statement analysis using ratios
  • Profitability ratios
  • Efficiency ratios
  • Liquidity ratios
  • Gearing ratios
  • Exercise
Module 6: Budgeting
  • Sales and collection budget
  • Material purchases budget
  • Labour budget
  • Overhead budget
  • Cash budget
  • Budgeted income statement
  • Exercise
Module 7: Working Capital Management
  • Importance of working capital
  • The operating cycle
  • The cash conversion cycle
  • Accounts receivable & payable
  • Evaluating short-term finance
  • Exercise
Who Should Attend
  • Accounts Clerks
  • Account Assistants
  • Costing Clerks
  • New Accounting personnel
  • Interactive Lectures
  • Discussion
  • Practical Exercises & Case Study
Your Investment
Early Bird
RM1450.00 per participant
RM1550.00 per participant
Special Fee
Sign up 3 participants for the price of 2 participants

*Your investment includes materials & notes, lunch, tea break and certificate of attendance
PM Resources Sdn Bhd (Co. No. 466686-P)
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