Accounting for Non-Accountants I
|Course Name||Accounting for Non-Accountants I|
June 5, 2013 - June 7, 2013
Wednesday - Friday
This course is designed for individuals without an accounting background but who need to understand and appreciate how business transactions are recorded, summarized, and interpreted for commercial decision-making purposes. Through a series of exercises, participants get a hands-on experience on the practical application of theories and concepts in the “accounting cycle,” from event/transaction recognition to financial statement preparation, review, and appreciation.
After the course, you will:
|Who should attend||
This course, which includes lectures, interactive discussions, and practical applications, covers the following topics:
|Mr. Larry S. Esguerra IV||
is the Director for Credit Programs at the Ateneo-BAP Institute of Banking, the Program Director for Finance at the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education, and a professor of Finance at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.
"The course enables non-accountants to have a more in-depth appreciation of the business cycle." - Jericho P. Castro Asst. Manager, Seafreight, Transglobal Consolidators
"I had an excellent learning experience of the theoretical aspects backed up by practical exercises and real-world examples related by the facilitator." - Jose Miguel S. Manalo Practicing lawyer - Manalo Puno Law
"Ang galing ni Sir Larry. He knows the topic very well. I learned a lot." - Rowena Claveria Systems Analyst, The Medical City
"The exercises were a big help in learning the concepts. Sir Larry is a very engaging resource person. We learned a lot but had fun at the same time." - Maria Athena N. Masangkay Vice-President for Administration, Hooven Philippines, Inc.
"Our Prof made the difference. My long term dislike for accounting was dissolved by his witty and interesting approach to the subject." - Jennifer Gayle P. Singian Senior Manager, Financial Markets Group, Bank of the Philippine Islands