Objectives of Certificate:
• Build and develop the necessary knowledge capacities related to the theoretical and conceptual aspects of the International Financial Reporting Standards.
• Be able to professionally apply the IFRSs in accounting.
• Enable the continuous professional development in the IFRSs field and follow up relevant amendments and updates. 
 

Targeted Groups: 
• Accountants responsible for preparing management reports.
• Accountants.
• Financial managers who are responsible for the preparation of IFRS. 
• Specialists in auditing and financial business sector.
• Workers in the investment and banking sectors 
• Lecturers specialized in IFRS. 
• Accountants who obtained IACPA, CPA and/or CA qualifications.
 

Modules of Certificate: 
• Financial reporting and subsequent events:
IAS (1), IAS (7), IAS (8), IAS (10), IAS (34), IAS (37)

• Recognition and measurement of non-current assets: 
IAS (16), IAS (36), IAS (38), IAS (40), IFRS (5), IFRS (12)

• Consolidated and separate financial statements and associates:
IAS (21), IAS (27), IAS (28), IFRS (3), IFRS (10)

• Financial Instruments:
IAS (32), IAS (39), IFRS (7), IFRS (9)

• Specialized segments:
IAS (11), IAS (41), IFRS (4), IFRS (6)

• Recognition and measurement of financial statement items:
IAS (2), IAS (17), IAS (18), IAS (19), IAS (20), IAS (23), IAS (26), IAS (29),
IFRS (1), IFRS (2)

• Disclosure in the financial statements:
IAS (24), IAS (33), IFRS (8), IFRS (11), IFRS (12), IFRS (13)