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1 Jubail Industrial College is pleased to announce Accounting & Finance Training Short courses For more information, please contact: Special Programs Industrial Relations Dept. Tel.: +966 (013) Tel.: +966 (013) Fax : Address: Venue: (for five days short course)  Intercontinental Hotel, Jubail Industrial city (three days)  Management & Information Technology Department, Jubail industrial college (two days) Any desired Special Programs or Customized short Course can be designed and arranged upon request and in line with customer’s needs. Note:  Program will be conducted with a minimum of 6 participants.  Course materials, literatures, lunch and refreshment are included in the course fee.

2 Jubail Industrial College is pleased to announce Accounting & Finance Training Short courses S. N.Course TitleDate in HotelDuration Days (Hrs.)Time 1.Understanding Financial Statements (UFS)20/4/2015 – 21/4/ days (14 Hrs)8.00 am pm 2.Finance for Non-Finance Managers (FNF)22/4/2015 – 23/4/ days (14 Hrs)8.00 am pm 3.Accounting in Action (AIA)27/4/2015 – 29/4/ days (21 Hrs)8.00 am pm 4.Accounting for Non-Accountants (ANA)4/5/2015 – 6/5/ days (21 Hrs)8.00 am pm Fees in Saudi Riyals shall be made in favor of: Jubail Industrial College (JIC) Account Number : Bank Name : Al AHLI Commercial Bank (NCB) Jubail Industrial Branch Account Name : Special Programs IBAN Number : SA Any desired Special Programs or Customized short Course can be designed and arranged upon request and I line with customer’s needs.

3 Jubail Industrial College COURSE: UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS This training course introduces trainees with little or no background to accounting and finance. Course Title: Understanding Financial Statements (UFS) Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, the trainee should be able to:  Define the terms Accounting and Finance and explain how they are relevant  Understand different types of accounts used in the financial statements  Understand and explain the four financial statements  Prepare Income Statement for a service oriented and merchandising business  Explain the difference of Income Statement and Balance Sheet of a sole proprietorship, partnership and corporation business  Prepare Statement of Owner’s Equity, Partners’ Equity and Statement of Retained Earnings  Prepare Statement of Cash Flows using Direct and Indirect methods Course Outline: Introduction to Accounting and Finance terms, Basic and Expanded Accounting Equations, A quick look at Accounting Cycle, Introduction to Financial Statements, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Owner’s Equity, Statement of Cash Flows, Different types of businesses from management and operations point of view, How to prepare financial statements with the given data. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Average Participants’ Background: Accounting and Finance Assistants and Technicians with a little back ground of accounting and finance. Duration : 2 days

4 Jubail Industrial College COURSE: FINANCE FOR NON-FINANCE MANAGERS This training course introduces trainees with confidence the understanding of finance and role of finance managers related to small, medium and large size businesses. Course Title: Finance for Non-Finance Managers (FNF) Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, the trainee should be able to:  Define the term Finance and how it is related with Accounting  Define the role of Finance Manager and his importance in making a business success  Identify the components of Financial Environment and provide an overview of financial markets  Explain how financial institutions serve as intermediaries between investors and firms  Differentiate between debt and equity financing and understand their role in financial structure  Discuss interest rate, risk free interest rate, return, risk and capital asset pricing model  Discuss the role of time value of money in finance and explain various discount cash flow techniques  Discuss financial statement analysis, including horizontal, vertical and ratio analyses Course Outline: Introduction to Finance and relationship with Accounting, The role of Finance Manager and his importance in business success, The components of Financial Environment and Financial Markets, The role of financial institutions in developing financial markets, Financial structure: Debt Financing and Equity Financing, Risk and Return Trade off, The capital asset pricing model, Introduction to Time value of money, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, Payback period, Profitability Index, Analysis of Financial Statements, Horizontal, Vertical and Ratio Analysis. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Average Participants’ Background: Employees working in accounting departments with a little knowledge of finance. Employees working in departments other than finance. Duration : 2 days

5 Jubail Industrial College COURSE: ACCOUNTING IN ACTION This training course introduces trainees with confidence understanding of Accounting Cycle in detail. It explains in details the process of identifying, recording, and communicating the effect of economic events on the business and preparing financial statements. Course Title: Accounting in Action Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, the trainee should be able to:  Explain what accounting is. Identify users and uses of accounting.  Explain Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Explain Accounting Principles and Assumptions.  State the Accounting Equation and define its components. Analyze the effects of business transactions on it.  Define the terms Debit and Credit. Define rules for debit and credit.  Identify the basic steps in the recording process.  Explain what is General Journal and how it helps in recording process.  Explain what is Ledger and how it helps in recording process.  Explain what is posting and how it helps in recording process.  Prepare Trial Balance and explain its purpose.  Explain Time Period Principle, and Accrual and Cash Basis of Accounting.  Prepare adjusting entries for deferrals and accruals. Prepare adjusted trial balance.  Prepare closing entries and post-closing trial balance.  Understand and complete all steps in accounting cycle.  Prepare four financial statements and their importance and use in accounting. Course Outline: Overview of business and various types of business. The role of accounting and its users and uses. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Basic and Expanded accounting equations and their components. Rules for Debit and Credit and their role in making journal entries. Accounting Cycle and steps in accounting cycle. The basic steps in recording process. The role of General Journal, General Ledger and Trial Balance. Time Period Principles, Accounting Principles and Assumptions. Adjustments Process. Adjusting Entries, their types and adjusted trial balance. Closing Process. Closing entries, their types and post-closing trial balance. Financial Statements: Income Statement, Statement of Owner’s Equity, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Average Participants’ Background: Employees working in accounting department with little or no background of accounting. Duration : 3 days

6 Jubail Industrial College COURSE: ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS This course introduces trainees with areas that are essential for successful Boiler operation including auto-controls and water conditioning. Course Title: Accounting for Non-Accountants Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, the trainee should be able to:  Define the term business. Differentiate types of business from management and operations point of view.  State the role of accounting in business. Identify users and uses of accounting process in business.  Explain Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).  Explain Historical Cost Principles, Monetary Unit Assumption and Economic Entity Assumption.  State the Accounting Equation and define its components.  Analyze the effects of business transactions on accounting equation.  Define the terms Debit and Credit. Identify rules for debit and credit.  Identify the steps in Accounting Cycle.  Explain what is General Journal and how it helps in recording process.  Explain what is Ledger and how it helps in recording process.  Explain how posting is done manually and through software (SAGE 50).  Prepare Trial Balance and explain its purpose, usefulness and limitations.  Explain Time Period Principle, and Accrual and Cash Basis of Accounting.  Prepare adjusting entries for deferrals and accruals. Prepare adjusted trial balance.  Prepare closing entries and post-closing trial balance.  Prepare four financial statements and their importance and use in accounting. Course Outline: Business and various types of business. From management and operations point of view. The role of accounting and its users and uses. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Basic and Expanded accounting equations and their components. Rules for Debit and Credit and their role in making journal entries. Accounting Cycle and steps in accounting cycle. The basic steps in recording process. The role of General Journal, General Ledger and Trial Balance. Time Period Principles, Accounting Principles and Assumptions. Adjustments Process. Adjusting Entries, their types and adjusted trial balance. Closing Process. Closing entries, their types and post-closing trial balance. Financial Statements: Income Statement, Statement of Owner’s Equity, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Average Participants’ Background: Employees with no or little accounting background. Duration : 3 days


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