Accounting in Action

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John Michael Angelo Lopo

English, Filipino ∙ Self-Paced (1 hr)

Date Published
June 01, 2023
Course Updated
April 16, 2024
Leadership & Management

About the Course

Accounting in Action (Introduction to Accounting) is an introductory course that will give participants an idea of the basic and essential information about Accounting and how it is being used as a critical part of any organization.

Course Objectives

  • Discuss the history of Accounting
  • Explain accounting standards and the measurement principles
  • Explain the monetary unit assumption and the economic entity assumption
  • Discuss the accounting equation, and define its components
  • Analyze the effects of business transactions on the accounting equation

Course Outline

✓ Part 1 – Introduction to Accounting and History of Accounting

✓ Part 2 – Accounting Process, Branches of Accounting, Ethics and Assumptions in Accounting

✓ Part 3 – Basic Accounting Equation, Transaction Analysis, and Financial Statements

Target Participants

Students and Working Professionals who want to learn the basic of Accounting

Certificate Requirements

✓ Completion of recorded webinar + quiz

✓ Pass the Accounting in Action Quiz with 100% mark

✓ Follow Sir Jman via this link!

✓ Comment your feedback to the main page of the course

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3 Ratings
Julia Caryl
5 months

I learned a lot po, thank you very much! Kahit BSIE po yung course ko may Financial Accounting po kaming subject pati managerial kaya nag try po akong mag-enroll dito. I hope po meron din sa managerial accounting thank you!

5 months

The accounting course is comprehensive and a good starting point to learn accounting for beginners

Ayessa Ysabel
4 months


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