Skills in Reading, Examining and Analyzing Financial Statements

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At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Understanding the nature, nature, and types of accounting systems, and their operating cycle, from the beginning of the financial operations until the preparation and presentation of the published financial statements and their complementary explanations.
  2. Acquiring the skills of preparing and presenting various financial statements in accordance with the latest requirements and publications.
  3. Use the computer to conduct financial analysis and read financial indicators.
  4. Acquiring the skill of electronic graphic representation of financial analyzes and recent financial trends.
  5. Preparing and writing financial reports and the importance of the financial report.


  1. An introduction to the objectives, nature and types of accounting systems in organizations.
  2. Financial operations and the cycle of the accounting system.
  3. The development of accounting thought in accordance with global economic developments.
  1. An introduction to the development of international accounting standards.
  2. The latest amendments to International Accounting Standards 2021.
  3. Presentation of financial statements in accordance with financial reporting standards.
  4. Financial statements – types – hypotheses – principles.
  5. View the financial position list.
  6. View the comprehensive income statement.
  7. View the cash flow statement.
  1. cash flow data.
  2. Income data.
  3. Statement of financial position.
  4. Notes on the financial statements.
  5. Calculating/understanding useful ratios.
  1. Financial analysis and its relationship to measuring and evaluating financial performance.
  2. Modern methods of financial analysis in the light of international accounting standards.
  3. Time series analysis and cross-sectional analysis.
  4. Application of financial analysis tools and methods:
    1. Horizontal analysis and general trend analysis.
    2. Vertical analysis and common volume analysis.
  5. Financial analysis tools with ratios and financial indicators.
  1. Forecasting financial performance using regression models.
  2. Measuring the financial link.
  1. Efficiency in obtaining cash flows (the ability to supply cash).
  2. Free cash flow.
  3. Analytical comparisons.
  1. Managers of senior departments in all institutions.
  2. Accountants and financial management workers in private and governmental institutions.
  3. Financial analysts.
  4. Staff planning and preparing budgets.
  5. Budgeting specialists.
  6. Internal auditors in institutions.
  7. Managers and heads of non-financial departments.
  8. Prepared financial studies and feasibility studies.
  9. Managers of financial departments in government, public and private sector institutions.
  10. Auditors and observers in the regulatory authorities in the country.