Internal Control and Practical Accounting
Training on
Internal Control and Practical Accounting
28-29 May 2016

Internal Control is a training course designed for managers, supervisors, and staff in all disciplines and at all levels in Accounting and Finance. The program provides essential knowledge for a strong foundation in order to build and assess controls, and to reduce the risk of waste, fraud, and mismanagement. Poor or excessive internal controls reduce productivity, increase the complexity of everyday transactions, and add no value to the organization's activities.

  • The internal control  basic,
  • The Source document and procedure of Sale cycle, purchase cycle, cash and cash Equivalence controls,
  • How to control petty cash
  • How to prepare journal entries and ledger accounts by using the double-entry system
  • How to prepare prime entry records for purchases, sales, returns and cash
  • How to prepare journal entries
  • How to prepare a Trial Balance and the Final Accounts
  • How to prepare a Bank Reconciliation Statement
  • How to make adjustments for accruals and prepayments in the Final Accounts
  • An understanding of the entries necessary for the depreciation of Fixed Asset
  • How to correct errors in the accounts of sole traders
  • An understanding of the use of Control Accounts as a check on the Sales and Purchases Ledger
Module 1: Basic of Internal Control
  • Overview of internal control
  • Internal control and accounting system
  • Management responsible for internal control
  • Need for internal control
  • Financial and Administrative Controls
  • Principle of Internal control
  • Objective of Internal control
  • Element of Internal Control
  • Feature of Internal Control System
  • Organizational Structure
  • Level of Authority
  • Documentation and reporting system
  • Functional Procedure
  • Segregation of Operation and accounting function
  • Fraud
Module 2:  Accounting Procedure  and Internal Control in Specific Account
  • Sale and Sale return Procedure
  • Purchase and Purchase return procedure
  • Inventory and cost of Sale
  • Fixed Asset and Depreciation
  • Controlling Cash
  • Bank account
  • Petty cash control
Module 3: Accounting cycle and Financial Record
  • Source Document
  • Book of Original Entry
  • Cash Book
  • Sale day book and sale ledger
  • Purchase day book and purchase ledger
  • Return day book
  • Journal
  • Petty Cash Book and imprest system
  • Book of Original Entry
  • Financial Statement
  • Profit and loss
  • Balance Sheet
  • (Case Exercise)
Module 4: Accounting cycle and Financial Record
  • Adjustment Account
  • Capital expenses and revenue expenses
  • Bad debt, and provision doubtful account
  • Depreciation of Fixed Asset (nature and calculation)
  • Inventory Adjustment
  • Accrual and prepayment and other adjusted account
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Financial Statement
  • Profit and Loss
  • Balance Sheet
  • (Case Exercise)

Mr. Sea Soda, BBA and MBF, is an experienced finance professional with practical experience of training and consulting in the fields of accountancy and finance. Throughout his career and personal life, he has earned rich experiences with Accounting and Audit for more than 10 years. Currently, Mr. Soda is a consultant on finance and accountancy services to the clients with diversifying sectors such as Service, Trading, Manufacturing, Microcredit, NGO, Restaurant and Hotel, Construction. Agricultural Industry and so on; otherwise not only the account and audit, but he also has built his experiences and expertise in Cambodian taxation as well. Mr. Soda has delivered training on Practical Accounting, and Computerized Accounting System to many of his clients.

This crucial course is designed to help young entrepreneurs, working professionals such as Accountants and Finance understand (1) internal-control standards, (2) their role in the organization's internal-controls program, and (3) how to help spot and deal with internal-control issues.

Date:                28-29 May 2016
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am- 5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 250 (Exclude any Taxes)
Early Bird:       US$ 230 (Register before May 19)
The Fee includes: Lunch, Refreshment, Materials and  Certificate. 

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
#22, St. 51┴154, Sangkat Phsar Thmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
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