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Advances in Business and Financial Reporting - Revised for 2016

In this multi-level course, you are introduced to the basics of XBRL, its use around the world, various issues encountered in implementation, the benefits of adoption, and a glimpse at what the future may hold.

Auditing Series

The goal of this four-module e-learning program is to teach you about the fundamentals of auditing. To help meet that goal, the courses in this program contain activities to confirm you clearly understand material discussed previously in the module, ask you to reflect on a situation or issue and respond to it based on your personal experience and knowledge and simulate audit activities using the resources provided.

Auditing: The Basics

This module is designed to introduce you to internal auditing and provide tools and step-by-step procedures to establish and maintain an effective internal audit function within your organization.

Banking, Credit and Money (6 module program)

The six modules in this elearning program will help you understand the basics of banking, credit and money.

Basic Business Finance (2 modules)

The courses in the Basic Finance curriculum offer the fundamentals of corporate finance.

Basics of Budgeting

In this course, we introduce you to the fundamentals of budgeting. This courses addresses how changes in management techniques, the business environment, economies, and technology are reflected in the changes in budgeting, and how the basics of budgeting are important to any business, large or small.

Information Systems Auditing

This module will provide internal auditors with the tools needed to understand the basics of processing systems and the control issues surrounding them.

Internal Auditing Working Papers

Audit workpapers are critical in documenting evidence that supports the auditor's objectives, procedures, findings and recommendations.

Interpreting Financial Statements

This four-part program provides clear and concise guidelines that will help business owners use financial statements to track, understand and manage their business finances.