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Introduction to IPSAS

London Business Training & Consulting

  • 28 Oct 2019 Start Date

  • 1 day Duration

  • Full Time Study Mode

  • £525.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

  • IPSAS and public sector entities
  • Why converge public sector accounting practices?
  • The IPSASB

  • IPSAS and public sector entities
  • Why converge public sector accounting practices?
  • The IPSASB

Available Dates

Location Start Date Price  

Classroom

Seven Pancras Square, 7 King's Boulevard, Kings Cross, London

Full Time, 1 day

28/10/2019

(15 days left)

£525.00

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Additional Information

Target audience

  • Accounting and financial specialists, professionals, practitioners and policy makersemployed within national, state/provincial and local governments; government ministries, departments, programs, boards, commissions, and agencies; public sector social security funds, trusts, and statutory authorities; and International governmental organisations.
  • Accounting and finance staff of public sector entities that intend to embrace IPSAS, and thereby upgrade the reporting, the accountability and the transparency of their organisations.
  • Public administrators encountering important challenges in reducing the distance between accounting systems within countries as well as across borders, through a move towards harmonisation of accounting practices in the public sector.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand:

  • Global developments within public sector accounting.
  • The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) and its expanding role.

Target audience Accounting and financial specialists, professionals, practitioners and policy makersemployed within national, state/provincial and local governments; government ministries, departments, programs, boards, commissions, and agencies; public sector social security funds, trusts, and statutory authorities; and International governmental...

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