This ADFA course on financial accounting is a beginner's course to teach the fundamentals and concepts of financial accounting. Right from maintaining books to assessing transactions of your business, the financial accounting course helps people from both financial and non-financial backgrounds.
ADFA Course or The Advanced Diploma in Financial Accounting is a one-year online diploma course for the candidates. The pre-requisite for pursuing the diploma is clearance of 8th standard examinations from a government recognized institute. The course does not require any prior knowledge of accounting and finance.
The 3-module structure makes it easy to understand
The program follows a 3-module structure, starting from the basics and moving towards the concept fundamentals. The initial phase of the course allows the candidate to learn the computer fundamentals, that proves useful for recording digital transactions. This covers software like MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.
The financial accounting module covers accounting fundamentals. standards and processes. It teaches candidates how to create accounts and pass the accounting entries. Further, it covers the preparation of accounting statements, namely income statements, financial statements, and cash flow statements. It also helps to understand the annual reports and analysis of financial statements.
|Maximum Duration||1 Year|
|Module 1||Introduction To Computer - Computer Fundamental|
|Module 2||Application Software - Ms Word, Ms Excel, and Ms PowerPoint|
|Module 3||Financial Accounting - Introduction to the Course and to Financial Accounting, Accounting Standards, The Financial Statements and Accounting Process, The Income Statement, Recording Revenue and Expenses, Recording Adjusting Entries, Closing Entries, Preparing the Income Statement and Balance Sheet, Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows, Supplemental A Conceptual Understanding, Supplemental Hey Managers!, An Annual Report, Analysis of Financial Statements, TGS Year 2 Additional Practice Recording Transactions, The Income Statement and Balance Sheet for TGS Year 2, The Statement of Cash Flows for TGS Year 2|