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TOP 10 FINANCIAL REPORTING COURSES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Course Fees : R1199 to R6500

Planning to get a Financial Reporting Certification in South Africa?

 

Here is a table of Financial Reporting courses in South Africa  along with the duration and cost of the course:

 

Institute Name

City

Course Name

Duration

Course Fee

Total Accounting Solutions

Capetown

Financial Reporting & Understanding Financial Statements - Training

30 hours

R4 800

BOTI

Johannesburg 

Budgets and Financial Reports

1 day

R 3,982.50

Oxbridge Academy

Stellenbosch

Financial Reporting

-

-

CMD Training

Capetown

Financial Reporting

30 hours

-

Academy of York

Randburg

Financial Statements

1 day

R6 667

Sail Education

Midrand

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Refresher

-

-

University of Pretoria

Pretoria

GRAP/IPSAS Financial Reporting

1 day

R 23000

Johannesburg School of Finance

Johannesburg

Analysis of Financial Performance

3 days

R13 800


 

Top Financial Reporting Institutes in South Africa

 

1. Total Accounting Solutions, Capetown

2. BOTI, Johannesburg 

3. Oxbridge Academy, Stellenbosch

4. CMD Training, Capetown

5. Academy of York, Randburg

6. Sail Education, Midrand

7. University of Pretoria, Pretoria

8. Johannesburg School of Finance, Johannesburg


 

Cost of Financial Reporting courses in South Africa

 

The average cost price of the course ranges from R3,982.50 to R23 000


 

Duration of Financial Reporting courses in South Africa

 

The average duration of the course is 1-3 days or 30 hours


 

Salary of a Financial Reporting Manager in South Africa

 

The average salary for a Financial Reporting Manager in South Africa is R755,800.



15 course(s) offered by 8 institutes in South Africa
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Nelson Mandela University Logo

Financial Reporting And Taxation

This Short Learning Programme covers the preparation of financial statements for both individual entities and groups, including the regulation of financial reporting information and corporate governance.

Institute by Nelson Mandela University [ Claim Listing ]
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International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS), Financial Statement Fraud & Governance

In a world of increasing transparency, there is a growing pressure being placed upon the public sector to standardize financial accounting. Standards adopted are the basis for the ‘new world’ of public reporting – creating greater confidence that public money is being handled effectively.

Institute by SA Corporate Training & Events Management Centre (SACTEM)
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IPSAS for Asset Management

Learn about IPSAS for Asset Management and understand how this standard is designed to enhance the quality, consistency and transparency of public sector financial reporting worldwide.

Cheapest Institute by IFRS Training

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Financial Reporting in Terms of SCoA

The benefits of this skills programme include a clear understanding of the differences between immediate and ultimate use concepts to assist with determining the economic classification.

Institute by Pro Active Public Services College [ Claim Listing ]
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ICB Business Management Advanced Level (Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks and Research Theory and Practice)

This subject combines both Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks and Research Theory and Practice. The purpose of this subject is to set out the principles and conceptual issues of IFRS, including their use in group statements.

Institute by SACOB - South African College of Business [ Claim Listing ]
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ACCA FR Financial Reporting

The aim of the this course is to develop knowledge and skills in understanding and applying IFRS Standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements of entities, including groups and how to analyze and interpret those financial statements.