All our trainings are based on well-designed theoretical basis and practical examples. Training is conducted in the form of classroom training using the procedure of discussions and problem solving tests. If necessary, we adapt corporate trainings for specific customer requests.

The purpose of the training – to systematizing knowledge of IFRS.

The course has been designed for:

  • accountants;
  • financial controllers;
  • financial analysts;
  • financial directors;
  • experts on the preparation of the consolidated financial statements.


Training on IFRS consists of three levels:

  • base;
  • average;
  • advanced.


If you are in active search of inexpensive external funding, then you have already experienced the first and most important requirement of investors – financial statements must be prepared in accordance with international standards.

Who is this course: for you if you are either going to start cooperation with foreign partners, or are introducing a management accounting system, or just want to see the real situation in the company, as well as:
financial controllers;
financial analysts;
CFOs and all who are not indifferent to the sphere of finance.

What did I learn: The course “Basic level” consists of 5 modules, which are combined according to IFRS topics. When you register you can record how the entire course, and selectively into modules.

Module 1: “Property, equipment and intangible assets” (1 day). We consider all aspects of the accounting of fixed assets, the recognition of fixed assets, the subsequent costs, assessment and reassessment, derecognition of assets. Consider: IFRS (IAS) 16, IAS (IAS) 17.

Module 2: “Consolidation” (1 day). This module examines the standards related to investments in subsidiaries; aspects of the business combination in accordance with IFRS (IFRS) 3; Examples of consolidation and consolidation techniques. Consider: IFRS (IFRS) 3, IFRS (IAS) 27, IAS (IFRS) 10.

Module 3: “Financial Instruments” (1 day). This module focuses on the recognition, classification, measurement, presentation and disclosure of financial instruments. Consider: IFRS (IAS) 39, IAS (IFRS) 7.

Module 4: “Report on cash flow and reserves” (1 day). In the final module discusses the structure and methods of preparation of the statement of cash flows under IFRS (IAS) 7; types of events that occurred after the balance sheet date, and their impact on the financial statements of IFRS (IAS) 10 and the establishment of reserves and contingent liabilities in accordance with IFRS (IAS) 37. considered: IFRS (IAS) 7, MSFO (IAS) 10, MSFO ( IAS) 37.

Module 5: “Taxes” (1 day). We discuss the order of the current tax, the various aspects of recognition, measurement and recognition in the financial statements of deferred tax as the most difficult, and especially accounting for deferred tax in the Kyrgyz Republic. Consider: IFRS (IAS) 12.


You already know how important it is for the company, which plans to cooperate with foreign partners and is always looking for inexpensive external financing to prepare their financial statements according to international standards. So now you see how important it is to explore further the principles and intricacies of IFRS.

What did I learn: Course “Intermediate” consists of 8 modules, which are combined according to IFRS topics.

Module 1: “Consolidation” (2 days). We consider three types of investments (in subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures); aspects of the business combination in accordance with IFRS (IFRS) 3 “Business Combinations”, and the consolidation of a complex with the increase and decrease of ownership (with examples). Introducing the new standards: IFRS (IFRS) 10 “Consolidated Financial Statements”, IFRS (IFRS) 11 “Agreement on Joint Ventures”, IAS (IFRS) 12 “Disclosure of Interests in Other Entities”. Consider: IFRS (IFRS) 3, IFRS (IAS) 27, IAS (IAS) 28, IAS (IAS) 31, IAS (IFRS) 10, IAS (IFRS) 11, IAS (IFRS) 12.

Module 2: “Investment property and rent” (1 day). An analysis of all aspects of the accounting for investment property; Classification and initial recognition of investment property subsequent costs, assessment and reassessment in accordance with IFRS (IAS) 40 “Investment Property”. It will also consider the types of leases and the principles of classification, registration of financial and operating leases, sale and leaseback of assets in accordance with IFRS (IAS) 17. considered: IFRS (IAS) 40, IAS (IAS) 17.

Module 3: “Extractive industries” (1 day). Features of accounting companies in the mining industry; cost accounting for exploration and evaluation of mineral resources in accordance with IFRS (IFRS) 6; evaluation of mineral resources and reserves for financial reporting purposes. Consider: IFRS (IFRS) 6.

Module 4: “Agriculture” (1 day). This module focuses on IAS (IAS) 41 “Agriculture” (classification of biological assets and the methods for determining their fair value disclosures in respect of agricultural products). Consider: IFRS (IAS) 41

Module 5: “Financial Instruments” (2 days). The detailed review of all aspects of IFRS (IAS) 39, including derivative financial instruments and impairment of financial instruments; Disclosures in accordance with IFRS (IFRS) 7; classification and registration of convertible financial instruments according to IFRS (IAS) 32 “Financial Instruments Presentation”. Consider: IAS (IFRS) 7, IAS (IAS) 32, IAS (IAS) 39

Module 6: “Impairment of Assets” (1 day). Evidence of impairment, the recoverable amount, taking into account impairment losses, the definition of cash-generating unit and related goodwill impairment, as well as practical exercises that reveal all the complex aspects of IFRS (IAS) 36 “Impairment of Assets”. Consider: IFRS (IAS) 36

Module 7: “Taxes” (1 day). This module is devoted to the current tax, as well as various aspects of the recognition, measurement and recognition in the financial statements of deferred tax as the most difficult. Consider: IFRS (IAS) 12.

Module 8: “Trade and Service Company” (1 day). Questions and complexity of revenue recognition in accordance with IFRS (IAS) 18 “Revenue”, as well as non-current assets held for sale and discontinued operations in accordance with IFRS (IFRS) 5. consider: IFRS (IFRS) 5 IFRS (IAS) 18.


You have to understand all the professional perspectives that opens up your company presentation of financial statements prepared according to international standards. It remains only to grind to automatism received valuable skills IFRS to work you might feel most confident. This training is provided exclusively for the development of practical skills. The participants on the basis of three bases 1C (provided by us) have to prepare consolidated financial statements in accordance with IFRS.

Who is this course:

For accountants, financial controllers, financial analysts, chief financial officers, who have already attended orientation courses and learned basic and secondary courses.

What did I learn:

This level provides a demonstration of all the subtleties and nuances of the consolidated financial otchetnosti.Takaya financial statements are presented in the format MS Word. Reporting is done by our program, “Global”, written on the basis of MS Excel.

Advanced course includes the following modules:

  • “Training transformational and consolidation of the table”;
  • “Fixed assets”;
  • “Accounts receivable and payable ‘;
  • “Investments”;
  • “Inventories”;
  • “Cash and cash equivalents”;
  • “Loans and financial leasing”;
  • “Capital”;
  • “Revenue”;
  • “Cost price”;
  • “Related Party Disclosures”;
  • “Disclosure of the segments”;
  • “Disclosure of the risks associated with financial instruments.”

We also offer preparatory courses for DipIFR EXAM.

The purpose of the preparatory course – to provide young specialists finance the necessary professional knowledge of IFRS and the necessary exam skills sufficient to pass the qualification exam on the first try. If you are enrolled in our training course (96 academic hours of classroom training) you provide · preparation materials (textbooks (theoretical part) detailing the theoretical material, examples and exercises; zadachnik, which collected as a problem of its own design and objectives from past exams DipIFR Eng and DipIFR Rus (job past exams DipIFR Rus, represented on the site http://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/employer/products-services/our-qualifications/dipifr.html, also included materials).

Upon successful completion of the course and the exam you get a Diploma in International Financial Reporting (DipIFR) / Diploma in the International Financial Reporting (DipIFR). Training is conducted by certified specialists in IFRS (DipIFR Rus), with many years of practical and academic experience in the field of IFRS.

You can make as full rate and selectively to the individual modules.

Training takes place in the form of lectures and practical lessons in Russian.

At the end of the course the students take the test and get a visual educational materials, developed by experts of the educational center, and certificates.

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