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IFRS

Level: Advanced

SAIPA Individuals: R 316.25 (Incl. VAT)

Non-SAIPA Individuals: R 316.25 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 5.5 hrs

Presenter: Anton Van Wyk


Overview:

The online module deals with the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) for Small and Medium-sized Entities (SMEs) with regard to specialised activities. Hyperinflationary economies and the accounting restatements required for such economies are investigated. Specialised activities such as agriculture and mining are also investigated and the effects of fair value accounting on these topics analysed. Specialised employee benefits, in the form of share-based payment, are reviewed and SMEs exposed to foreign currency translation, both transactions and foreign operations, are concluded with.


Course Content:

o Hyperinflation. o Specialised Activities. o Share-based Payment. o Foreign Currency Translation.


Course Objective:

This online module has as a goal to ensure that the knowledge of the preparer of annual financial statements of an SME is updated in respect of the following:
o Accounting adjustments and disclosures required in respect of hyperinflation, and its effects on the annual financial statements of an SME.
o Accounting treatment (i.e. recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosures) of specialised activities, such as mining and agriculture, and the fair value adjustments required in respect of these activities. o Accounting treatment of �payments to employees and/or other parties in the form of SME shares issued in exchange for goods delivered or services rendered to the SME. o Accounting issues arising from the translation of (i) transactions in foreign exchange as well as (ii) foreign operations into the functional currency (and presentation currency) of the SME.


Who Should Attend?

All persons responsible for the preparation of the annual financial statements of SMEs as well as all other persons wanting to improve their knowledge about the correct application of the IFRS for SMEs in terms of the preparation of a set of financial statements for an SME that is fully compliant with the requirement of the IFRS for SMEs especially in respect of the abovementioned topics.

Individuals: R 690.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

The problem with IFRS 9 is that many accounting professionals believe that IFRS 9 does not affect their company. Our company doesn't make use of financial instruments -- we are a manufacturing entity, so this is not a cause for concern Well, that is not entirely true. Do you / your entity sell or buy on credit? That means you hold a financial instrument in the form of a trade receivable or payable. Thereby, IFRS 9 will apply to you. 1 January 2018 marks the date that IFRS 9 becomes fully effective. All public companies and companies with a sufficiently high Public Interest Score are now required to apply IFRS 9.


Course Content:

This session provides a high-level overview of the following aspects of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments: - Recognition - Classification of financial instruments - Measurement - Impairment - Hedge Accounting - Derecognition Definitions and disclosure requirements largely form part of other Financial Instruments standards within IFRS, i.e. IAS 32 and IFRS 7. These standards will only briefly be looked at.


Course Objective:

Break down IFRS 9 to help professionals better understand what is required of them when accounting for financial instrument transactions and preparation of financial statements, and thereby overcoming the fear and uncertainty that IFRS 9 brings.


Who Should Attend?

Accounting professionals Financial statement prepares Consultants Auditors

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Financial instruments often cause fear and trepidation but if you take the time to unpack the rules one at a time, your confidence will be restored when trying to do the accounting for financial instruments, be it basic or more complex instruments. Our goal: Simplify the section and work through principles PRACTICALLY so that we can bust the myth that financial instruments are complicated.


Course Content:

This session provides a PRACTICAL overview of financial instruments: - Initial Recognition + Measurement - Classification of financial instruments + Subsequent Measurement - Impairment - Derecognition - Simple hedging instruments


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants First year SAICA Trainees Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 517.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

With the uncertainty around COVID-19, many businesses are facing financial peril with liabilities that cannot be met and unfulfilled contracts that could lead to financial losses. IAS 37 Provisions and Contingencies will help us account for potential liabilities and consider the impact of onerous contracts. IAS 10 Events After the Reporting Period becomes relevant when dealing with situations that have arisen after year end, that could have a retrospective effect on current year financial statements.


Course Content:

IAS 37: Provisions Definitions for Provisions, Contingent Liabilities, Onerous Contracts Recognition Measurement Disclosure requirements IAS 10: Events After Reporting Period Definitions for Adjusting VS Non-adjusting events When to recognition VS disclose VS ignore


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers, Auditors, Financial accountants, Audit managers, Audit partners, and Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 563.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

This session is all about fixed / longer term assets. We�ll capitalise on our time together by establishing a strong theoretical foundation based on simplifying definitions, recognition and measurement principles. We�ll proceed to build thereon by practicing calculations and analysing the accounting entries in various scenarios, including component accounting, spare / replacement parts, revaluation surpluses and revised depreciation amounts, inter alia.


Course Content:

IAS 16: PPE Definitions and what is included in �costs� that can be capitalised Recognition Measurement � Cost VS Revaluation Model, Depreciation, Component Accounting Disclosure requirements


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers, Auditors, Bookkeepers, Financial accountants, Audit managers, Audit partners, and Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Inventory is something almost all businesses have, be it in the form of consumables or goods sold by retailers, or even internally produced. Even entities providing services are required to keep track of their �cost of sales�, which is dealt with in this standard. This session will help you understand what cost determination methods are available, e.g. FIFO, how to calculate closing inventory based on perpetual versus periodic inventory systems, how to accumulate input costs as part of production, and finally what inventory impairment considerations apply.


Course Content:

� This session will address the following: o What types of costs may form part of inventory-costing o Measurement of cost o Inventory write-downs o Corresponding expense recognition, i.e. cost of sales o Disclosure


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers Business professionals

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

With a lot of entities faced with making tough financial decisions with the advent of COVID-19, staff retrenchments have become a scary reality for many employers and employees alike. As a result, entities are having to pay out retrenchment packages, which are classified as termination benefits. IAS 19 helps to guide the accounting for these payments as well as normal salaries, wages, leave accruals and bonus payments. This session will help to guide you in ensuring the correct capturing and treatment of employee benefits in the accounting records, and appropriate presentation in the annual financial statements.


Course Content:

IAS 19 will be broken down into the following aspects for discussion: Short-term employee benefits [salaries and wages] Leave pay and bonus accruals Post-employment benefits [retirement annuities] Termination benefits Practical examples to illustrate accounting entries for each category of employee benefits


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 690.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

The biggest resource available to an entity is its labour force and its assets. Assets are both directly and indirectly responsible for generating income for a business. How is this done? - Assets are utilised in creating inventory, which is sold for income, - Assets are used to meet financial obligations in the form of liabilities, and - Assets are themselves sold to directly generate income. A carrying amount represents what management believes something is worth, or how much income is expected to be generated from a given asset. When assets are not capable of serving any of the aforementioned purposes, they are considered to be impaired, which simply entails that it is not likely to be worth what management have measured it at in its accounting records and an appropriate de-valuation adjustment may need to be recognised.


Course Content:

IAS 36�s requirements will be simplified to help you identify when it is appropriate to consider impairment in a normal business setting. Requirements covered: � Scope, i.e., which assets need to be considered for impairment � Individual asset VS Cash-generating units � Indicators of impairment � Calculating a �recoverable amount� o Fair Value LESS Costs o Value in Use � Recognising and measuring an impairment loss � Reversal of impairment loss � Disclosure


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Intangible assets are merely pieces of paper that represent something far more valuable to an entity. A business would therefore want to bring that value into its accounting records as capitalised assets. There may be the desire for an entity to recognise any of the following as an intangible asset: - Research and development - Internally created logos, trademarks, copyright, customer databases - Goodwill - Purchased software / licenses Understanding whether you indeed have an intangible asset or not, requires guidance, and for this we turn to IAS 38.


Course Content:

IAS 38: Intangible Assets � Definitions � Recognition and measurement: o Separate acquisition o Goodwill o Internally generated intangible assets o Expensing of intangible assets � Subsequent Measurement � Cost VS Revaluation Model, Amortisation � Useful Life: Finite VS Indefinite � Disclosure


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

☐Financial managers ☒Auditors ☒Bookkeepers ☒Financial accountants ☒Audit managers ☒Audit partners ☒Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

The accounting rules we follow for assets called �land and buildings� can go in several directions, namely: - Inventory accounting, - PPE accounting, - Lease accounting, or - Investment property accounting, but which way is the right way? This session will help you determine when to follow the requirements of IAS 40, which requires that you account for land and buildings as investment property.


Course Content:

IAS 40: Investment Property � Definitions / Scoping � Recognition and Initial Measurement � Subsequent Measurement � Cost VS Fair Value Model � Transfers / Derecognition � Disclosure requirements


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

☒Auditors ☒Bookkeepers ☒Financial accountants ☒Audit mangers ☒Audit partners ☒Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

An often-neglected statement within a set of annual financial statements, is the Statement of Cash Flows. Many auditors don�t know their responsibilities around this statement or what the requirements are for presentation. Similarly, preparers of financial statements are seemingly unfamiliar with the options available when presenting a statement of cash flow and what needs to be contained therein. This session will help you align with the financial reporting requirements when preparing a cash flow statement.


Course Content:

This session will address the following: Are all entities required to prepare a cash flow statement? What is a cash and cash equivalent? What constitutes operating activities, and what options for presentation / calculation are available? What is included in investing activities? What will need to be considered as part of financing activities? Examples of presentation


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Auditors Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 747.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

The new Leases standard is fully effective for entities with financial periods ending on 31 December 2019 and thereafter. Join us as we push through the uncertainty that comes with a new IFRS standard and look to make the theory practical.


Course Content:

This session provides a high-level overview of the fundamental aspects of IFRS 16 Leases: - Objective + Scope - Are Operating leases still a thing? �Recognition exemptions� - Identifying a lease + Separating components - Accounting by lessees - Accounting by lessors


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Investment managers,Financial managers,Auditors,Bookkeepers,Financial accountants,First year SAICA Trainees,Audit mangers,Audit partners,Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Financial Instruments in the context of IFRS are rather interesting. The recognition and measurement / impairment considerations are sitting in IFRS 9, whereas the disclosure requirements are contained in IFRS 7. All IFRS clients are affected by IFRS 9 simply for having debtors / creditors, and by implication, IFRS 7 Disclosure of Financial Instruments will also need to be considered and applied.


Course Content:

� This session provides an overview of the following aspects of IFRS 7 Financial Instruments Disclosure: - Summary of the standard / why applied? - Required info about  Significant financial instruments � Disclosures that accompany income statement / balance sheet / other, in relation hereto  Nature and extent of risks arising from financial instruments � Qualitative disclosures � Quantitative disclosures � Credit / liquidity / market risk � NOT addressed: - Hedging instrument related disclosures - Transfers of financial instruments assets


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

☐ Investment managers ☒Financial managers ☒Auditors ☒Bookkeepers ☒Financial accountants ☒Audit mangers ☒Audit partners ☒Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

When faced with the daunting task of preparing a set of group financial statements for entities that are required to consolidate, there is often a fair amount of panic and uncertainty for finance professionals as well as auditors. This session will look to break down the daunting consolidation process into bite-sizes, ensuring that you Follow the technically correct consolidation procedures of IFRS 10 when preparing consolidated financial statements, as well as, Practically equipping you through the use of examples, to help visualise typical consolidation entries and goodwill calculations.


Course Content:

This session will unpack several key questions when consolidating: Who must prepare consolidated financial statements? Are standalone financial statements also required? When do I have �control� over another entity, leading to the need to consolidate? What are the consolidation procedures / entries for preparing consolidated financial statements? Practical examples to illustrate typical consolidation entries


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

With the IASB completing their convergence project with the USA, the last projects have been finalised, being IFRS 15 Contracts with Customers and IFRS 16 Leases The much-anticipated International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS 15) on Revenue from Contracts with Customers and IFRS 16 on Leases has finally made it past numerous exposure drafts and discussions. IFRS 15 is critically important to get to grips with as it addresses one of the most fundamental and important numbers in our financial statements being Revenue, whilst leasing explores the concept of capitalising ALL leases We will introduce you to the standards and take you through the what has changed, and the new thought process that needs to be applied. These two standards both follow the concept of �one size fits � accounting which is very different from the existing way we think. This workshop will look at the principles of the new standards regarding the existing accounting treatment and explain the challenges presented by both. The two main questions addressed will be IFRS 15 Contract with customers Unpacking performance obligation and when can you recognise revenue? IFRS 16 Leases What happened to finance and operating leases?


Course Content:

We will look the following elements of IFRS 15: 1) The Scope of the Standard 2) Identifying a contract and a performance obligation 3) Determining, measuring and allocating the transaction price 4) Dealing with contract costs 5) Presentation and disclosure issues We will look the following elements of IFRS 16: 1) The Scope of the Standard 2) What is a lease? Right of use concept 3) What has changed for lessees and lessors? 4) Presentation and disclosure issues


Course Objective:

After attending this webinar, delegates will be aware of how the paradigm has shifted when it comes to thinking of and applying the new standards. They will be able to identify the performance obligations with a contract and be able to account for them accordingly, as well as account for leases appropriately


Who Should Attend?

Any person who preparers reads, or makes decisions based on financial statements. Auditors accountants in practice as well as accountants in business will benefit from this webinar.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

The much-anticipated International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS 15) on Revenue from Contracts with Customers has finally made it past numerous exposure drafts and discussions. IFRS 15 is critically important to get to grips with as it addresses one of the most fundamental and important numbers in our financial statements being Revenue, We will introduce you to the standard and take you through the what has changed, and the new thought process that needs to be applied. The ne accounting standards coming through follow the concept of �one size fits all� accounting which is very different from the existing way we think, as well as making the contract King. This workshop will look at the principles of the new standard regarding the existing accounting treatment and explain the challenges presented. The main questions addressed will be: Who is your customer? What does your contract say? What have you promised and what are you getting? What challenges does this present? How do you communicate this to your users in the financial statements?


Course Content:

We will look the following elements of IFRS 15: 1) The Scope of the Standard 2) Identifying a contract and a performance obligation 3) Determining, measuring and allocating the transaction price 4) Dealing with contract costs 5) Presentation and disclosure issues


Course Objective:

After attending this webinar, delegates will be aware of how the paradigm has shifted when it comes to thinking of and applying the new standard. They will be able to identify the performance obligations with a contract and be able to account for them accordingly.


Who Should Attend?

Any person who preparers reads, or makes decisions based on financial statements. Auditors accountants in practice as well as accountants in business will benefit from this webinar.

Individuals: R 747.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2.5 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

IFRS 15 has changed the landscape of revenue accounting. The old revenue standard, IAS 18, had a simplified approach to revenue recognition but was heavily dependent on an �Appendix� to understand it�s implication. IFRS 15, however, has brought forward the following 5 step approach to revenue recognition: � Step 1: Identify the contract with the customer � Step 2: Identify the performance obligations in the contract � Step 3: Determine the transaction price � Step 4: Allocate the transaction price to the performance obligations � Step 5: Recognise revenue when (or as) the entity satisfies a performance obligation Join us as we take an introductory look at the new revenue standard and look to establish a basic understanding of the above, 5 step approach.


Course Content:

This session provides a high-level overview of the following aspects of IFRS 15 Revenue: - Objective - Scope - 5-Step model for accounting - Contract costs - Presentation and Disclosure


Course Objective:

Break down IFRS 15 to help professionals better understand what is required of them when accounting for revenue transactions and preparation of financial statements, and thereby overcoming the fear and uncertainty that IFRS 15 brings.


Who Should Attend?

� Accounting professionals � Financial statement preparers � Consultants � Auditors

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

The much-anticipated IFRS 16 on Leases has finally made it past numerous exposure drafts and discussions. IFRS 16 dealing with leases will be coming into effect soon. This is a dramatic moment as it introduces a single model of accounting for lessee accounting, effectively doing away with operating and finance leases for lessees. As almost every entity rents assets, this will hit the financials with a bang. This webinar will look at the principles of the new standard regarding the existing accounting treatment and explain the challenges presented in accounting for leases as a lessee and lessor going forward. We will also refresh the current treatment so as to understand the significance of the changes.


Course Content:

We will look the following elements of IFRS 16: 1) The Scope of the Standard 2) What is a lease? Right of use concept 3) What has changed for lessee�s and lessors? 4) Presentation and disclosure issues


Course Objective:

After attending this webinar, delegates will be aware of how the paradigm has shifted when it comes to thinking of, and applying the new standard. Delegates will also be able to identify the performance obligations with a contract and be able to account for them accordingly, as well as account for leases appropriately.


Who Should Attend?

Any individual who prepares, reads or makes decisions based on financial statements will benefit from attending this webinar. Auditors and accountants in practice, as well as accountants in business, will also benefit.

Individuals: R 563.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

IFRS 9 is complicated. But it doesn�t have to be� Join us as we simplify the standard and work through principles practically so that we can bust the myth that IFRS 9 is complicated.


Course Content:

This session provides a high-level overview of the following aspects of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments: - Recognition - Classification of financial instruments - Measurement - Impairment - Derecognition


Course Objective:

Break down IFRS 9 to help professionals better understand what is required of them when accounting for financial instrument transactions and preparation of financial statements, and thereby overcoming the fear and uncertainty that IFRS 9 brings.


Who Should Attend?

Accounting professionals Financial statement preparers Consultants Auditors

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

Following the 2008/2009 financial crisis, the reporting and disclosure of financial instruments was interrogated and endured much criticism. This lead the international standard setters to re-evaluate the existing standards and embark on a project to revamp and simplify the accounting and disclosure of financial instruments, hence IFRS 9 was born. This project was phased in and completed last year. This webinar will explore the evolution of financial instruments, and how we account and disclose these transactions in modern times


Course Content:

We will look the following elements of IFRS 9 1) The definitions of financial instruments 2) Primary vs derivative instruments and the role of hedging 3) When and how do we recognise financial instruments? 4) Initial and subsequent measurement of financial instruments 5) Derecognition of financial instruments 6) Presentation and disclosure issues


Course Objective:

After attending this webinar, delegates will be aware of how the paradigm has shifted when it comes to thinking of and applying the new standards. They will be able to identify the performance obligations with a contract and be able to account for them accordingly, as well as account for leases appropriately


Who Should Attend?

Any person who preparers reads, or makes decisions based on financial statements. Auditors accountants in practice as well as accountants in business will benefit from this webinar.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Session 3 looks to take the sting out of financial instruments! Join us as we water down the theory and prepare to make financial instrument calculations and accounting entries practical.


Course Content:

Session 3: � Section 11: Basic Financial Instruments � Section 12: Other Financial Instruments


Course Objective:

We seek to empower you as a professional accountant in accounting and audit by: � Establishing a practical understanding of the standards / sections � Helping you understand why transactions are accounted for the way they have been � Simplifying the financial statement reporting process by breaking down the presentation and disclosure requirements


Who Should Attend?

� Accountants in business whose firms have adopted IFRS for SMEs as the accounting framework. � Auditors in a South African context, so as to successfully enable them to identify and assess the application of the framework

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

When an entity Makes mistakes in their financial statements Decides to change their accounting policies, for e.g. going from Revaluation model to Cost model for PPE, or Re-estimates a useful life or residual value, amongst other estimates, These events will all trigger the requirements of IAS 8, and management will be obliged to consider its implications.


Course Content:

IAS 8 requirements will be worked through in terms of the following: Selection and application of accounting policies Consistency and changes of accounting policies Disclosures related to changes in accounting policies Changes in accounting estimates and disclosures that accompany changes Errors and disclosures that are required because of discovering errors


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Financial managers Auditors Bookkeepers Financial accountants Audit managers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 517.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Related parties are likely to be an IRBA inspections finding or an area that management as well as auditors put very little thought to, when preparing and auditing a set of financial statements. Join us as we help you ensure As preparers / management, that you are compliant with the IFRS requirements, so that you can be better prepared for the next AFS compilation As auditors, that you hold your clients to the correct disclosure requirements


Course Content:

This session will address the following: Who is a related party? What is a related party transaction / balance? Do all transactions with related parties need to be disclosed? What director�s remuneration-related disclosures are required? What needs to be disclosed? Examples of disclosures


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Auditors Financial accountants Audit mangers Audit partners Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

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