COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Access to content/material is determined by the CPD cycles as per FSCA.
  • Once courses have been purchased access to material and course will be granted until the CPD cycle ends.
  • (Cycle ends 13 May 2019 and starts back up on the 1 June 2019.)
  • Self-paced, will need to be completed before the CPD cycle ends
  • Online assessment (2 multiple choice exam attempts included.)

FIA Subscription (for FIA Members) – R 900.00

Normal Subscription (for Non-FIA Members) –  R 1 400.00

NQF Level 3 courses

NQF levels are intended to award registered learners with national accreditation based on their skills and knowledge. NQF 3 is equivalent to Grade 11 or Standard 9, and is often a stepping stone to NQF 4 and beyond.

NQF Level 4 courses

NQF levels are intended to award registered learners with national accreditation based on their skills and knowledge. NQF 4 is equivalent to Grade 12 or Standard 10 (Matric), and is a FET – Further Education and Training – category qualification.

NQF Level 5 courses

NQF levels are intended to award registered learners with national accreditation based on their skills and knowledge. NQF 5 is a National Certificate or National Diploma and is a HET – Higher Education and Training – category qualification

NQF Level 6 courses

NQF levels are intended to award registered learners with national accreditation based on their skills and knowledge. NQF 6 is a Bachelors Degree or Higher Diplomaand is a HET – Higher Education and Training – category qualification.

COURSE CONTENT

 

Unit 1 – Construct the four basic financial statements

  • A conceptual framework for financial statements is reviewed and an explanation is given of the different components of the framework and the purpose and relative value of each.
  • Information for reporting purposes (financial accounting) is differentiated from information for decision purposes (management accounting).
  • Financial items and categories are allocated to the correct statement for a set of accounts.
  •  The relationship between items on the different statements is made apparent with examples.
  • The principles of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Practice) relating to the financial statements are applied to a set of accounts.
  • Identify and capture relevant financial information;
  • Record information in a systematic manner;
  • Analyse and interpret the information collected;
  • Report the information in a suitable manner

Unit 2 – Identify factors affecting the sustainability of economic entities

  • Revenue stream generation activities of a firm are identified using financial statements;
  • The characteristics of financial success are identified with examples;
  • The role of various financial ratios in determining the firm`s financial viability is discussed in relation to two companies
  • Identify Revenue stream generation activities of a firm using financial statements.
  • Identify the characteristics of financial success.
  • Discuss the role of various financial ratios in determining the firm`s financial viability in relation to two companies.

Unit 3 – Analyse the firm to establish its financial viability

  • The financial viability of the firm is evaluated using the four basic financial statements and ratios;
  • The financial consequences of various managerial decisions are predicted for two companies using financial statement analysis, and alternative recommendations are made when necessary to prevent financial failure

Unit 4 – Report on the financial viability of the firm

  • The report is constructed using the firm`s best practice requirement or template.
  • The analysis findings are provided in writing using graphical information and an oral presentation is made of the main points;
  • Recommendations are made regarding investment in the firm.

Course Curriculum

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