Inventory Accounting and Costing Training in London , UK
Course Code : FBA160 - Course Address : Hilton London Paddington Hotel - Course Fees : 4950 GBP
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|London , UK||3 - 12 - 2023||7 - 12 - 2023||
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|London , UK||24 - 3 - 2024||28 - 3 - 2024||
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By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Obtain up-to-date rules covering costing and accounting for inventory, and touch base with inventory cycles from purchase to sales.
- Correctly recognize and measure inventory under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Properly account for write-downs, write-backs and impact of change in inventory accounting policies on financial statements.
- Develop professional judgment in accounting for inventory not on hand.
- Gain knowledge of different inventory cost-flow assumptions and how they affect the company’s financial position and income statement.
- Report and disclose inventory accurately by adhering to internationally recognized conventions.
- Understand inventory cost allocation techniques and cost accounting approaches.
Introduction to Inventory
- Current Assets and Inventory Management
- The Four Reasons for Keeping Inventory
- Inventory Cycle from Purchases to Sales:
- Ordering and Receiving
- Sales and Delivery
- Best Practices in Count Process
- Inventory Industry Types: Merchandise, Manufacturing, Construction and Real Estate
- Differences between Inventory, Fixed Assets and Investment Properties
- Understanding and Analyzing Inventory Ratios
Accounting for Inventory
- Perpetual versus Periodic Inventory Methods
- Cost Accounting versus Financial Accounting
- Cost Allocation Techniques:
- Direct Material, Direct Labor and Manufacturing Overhead
- Initial Recognition
- Cost of Purchase, Cost of Conversion and Treatment of Discounts and Rebates Received
- Measurement after Recognition
- Calculating “Net Realizable Value” (IFRS)
- Calculating Market Price Under The “Lower of Cost or Market-LCM” Method (GAAP)
- Estimating and Booking Write-Downs for Slow-Moving and Obsolete Inventory
- Accounting for Write-Backs of Impairment Under IFRS and GAAP
- Accounting for Errors Identified on Physical Count
Accounting for Inventory – Special Topics
- Accounting for Inventory Not on Hand
- On Consignment
- Goods In-Transit: Defining Inco-Terms
- Sold with Right of Return
- Sold Subject to Installation and Inspection
- Sold on a “Bill-and-Hold” Basis
- The Concept of “Inventory Credit”: Inventory Used as Collateral to Raise Finance
- Impact of Accounting Policies Changes on Financial Statements
- Inventory Required Disclosures
Inventory Cost Flow Assumptions
- First-In First-Out (FIFO) and Last-In First-Out (LIFO)
- Weighted Average (WA) and Moving Average (MA)
- Specific Identification (SID)
Inventory Estimation and Cost Accounting Approaches
- Inventory Estimation Techniques
- Gross Profit Method
- Retail Method
- Cost Accounting Approaches
- Traditional Costing versus Activity-Based Costing
- Target Costing versus Cost-Plus Pricing Method
- Standard Cost Accounting
- Throughput Accounting
- Using Excel for Efficient Analysis of Inventory
- Consolidating your Inventory Data
- Validating Data for Accuracy
- Analyzing Slow Moving and Obsolete Inventory
- Tests of Recalculating Weighted Average and Moving Average Costs
- Using Pivot Tables to Efficiently Analyze and Report on Inventory Issues
Where will the course be held?
The course will be held in Paddington. The exact address and directions will be provided to all enrolled participants prior to the start of the course.
What topics will be covered in the course?
The course will cover a range of topics related to the subject matter, including but not limited to the topics of outlines. By the end of the course, you'll have a solid understanding of the key concepts and techniques in the field, and be able to apply them to real-world situations. Detailed course outlines and learning objectives will be provided to all enrolled students prior to the start of the course.
What is the schedule for the course?
The course is expected to run for 3 hours daily. The exact schedule and timing will be confirmed and communicated to all enrolled students via email at least 2 days prior to the course start date.
What do I need to bring to the course?
All you need to bring is yourself, a notepad or laptop for taking notes, and a willingness to learn! We'll provide pens, paper, and any required textbooks or handouts.
What is the instructor's background and experience?
Our instructors are seasoned industry professionals with over 10 years of experience in the field. They hold a master's degree in the subject matter and have a proven track record of success working with trainees of all levels. You'll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get feedback throughout the course.
What are the T&C for this course?
Please visit our Terms and Conditions page
What kind of certificate will I receive upon completion of the course?
Upon completion of the course, you will receive an attendance certificate indicating that you have completed the course. This certificate is not accredited or recognised by any particular institution or organisation, but it can be used to demonstrate your commitment to continuing education and professional development.