This course aims to develop the ability to prepare a financial report for an individual company in accordance with CIFRS for SMEs and IFRS for SMEs.This course focuses on accounting for businesses that typically use IFRS for SMEs. The scope of the course is the same as the accompanying Illustrative Example Financial Statements.
Within the scope of the course, candidates will be able to:
|Lecture Session and Hours:
|12 sessions / 42 hours
|English with Khmer translation
|Sundays 08:00 – 11:30
|Course Start Date:
|Sunday, February 11, 2024
|Course End Date:
Casey is an expert in IFRS and trains professionals from the Big Four and listed companies. He also is an advisor to the National Accounting Council. He is a CFA charterholder, a fellow member of the ACCA and holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.
The learning outcomes above are assessed in an exam set by the independent examiner Deloitte (Cambodia) with the Khmer version of the exam translated by CamEd Business School. Exams are scheduled every May and November. The upcoming exams will be on Sunday, 22 May 2022.
To earn the Diploma in IFRS for SMEs, candidates must earn a score of 50% or higher on the exam.
The exam may be taken in English language or Khmer language. The examination is 3 hours long and consists of two parts:
|Part A :
|25 Objective test questions (50 Marks)
|Part B :
With reference to a trial balance and scenario information, construct:
The examination is delivered in Google Sheets and candidates must be able to construct their responses in a spreadsheet format.
The course follows the 24 lessons in the study plan below. Each lesson is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes each; there are a total of 42 class hours.