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30 Hours
Online Instructor-led Training
USD 1399 (USD 2800)
Save 50% Offer ends on 31-Jul-2024
Accounts course and certification
214 Learners

About this Course

Accounts online course refers to account management services in order to handle accounts efficiently. The accounts online course intention is to increase strategic business advisors and decision makers to run business smoothly.


Course Objective

The accounts training is intended for the individuals who seek to implement their knowledge, skills and expand their career as an accountant professional. The dedicated mentors make sure the learners to cover all topics under accounts training curriculum which will be useful for their career growth. Uplatz offers accounts training to become a skilled accountant professional job.


Target Audience

The accounts training course is intended for the below mentioned target audience, still if you are a newbie and want to make a career as an accountant then the accounts training course is the best option you can choose.


  • Accountants

  • Sales manager

  • Finance related professionals



Course Details & Curriculum

Accounts course program will let the participants gain complete proficiency to learn the various aspects of accounts division and guide common people, businesses, and other organizations reach their business goals.

The accounts course is ideally developed for account related professionals who require an understanding of accountancy such as book keeping, tax, investment, running or principal capital. 

In the accounts training course, Uplatz provides an in-depth training for the participants or learners to make them understand the experience of developing core skills to gear up related to accountant professionals. 

The accounts training course intention is to provide guidelines for accountant consultants and for a company as well.

With the help of accounts online course, the learners can:

  • Prepare and verify financial documents

  • Analyse budget and plan finance

  • Understand the varied concepts of finance and do the needful help for an end user

  • Provide finance related advice for betterment of an organization

  • Improve working conditions with team

  • Detail policies and abide by the rules

  • Ensure to stay up to date with recent development in accounts and finance

Uplatz provides an in-depth training to the learners to accelerate their knowledge and skill set required for an accountant professional.


The accounts certification exam validates that the participants possess the hands-on experience to deal accountancy-based tasks in an organization. Uplatz online training ensures to impart the subject knowledge and equip the participants to successfully go through the accounts certification exam. 

Below mentioned are other details about accounts certification exam:

  • Exam Mode: Online

  • Prerequisite: None; course attendance is highly recommended


Please note that no hard-copy or other online materials should be referenced during the exam.


Career Path

The accounts certification course with the help of expert professionals training is recognized across the globe. Because of the increased adoption of the accounts related solutions in various companies the participants are able to find the job opportunity easily. The leading companies hire accountant professionals considering their constant assistance in cost reduction in an enterprise or organization to accelerate accounts and management.  The accountant professionals can pursue a wide range of career paths.

The following are the job titles:

  • Public accountant

  • Book keeper

  • Account consultant

  • Finance agent

  • Finance analyst


Job Prospects

Job Prospects

The certified accountant professional draws an average salary of $90,920 per year depending on the knowledge and hands-on experience. The certified accountant job roles are in high demand and make a rewarding career.


Interview Questions

  1. Define book keeping?

Book-keeping means how to balance the account books and enhance your skills to manage finance in personal and business organizations.

  1. Define Financial Statements of a company? 

Financial Statements of a company refers to statements, in which the company keeps a formal record about the company’s position and performance in regular intervals. The main goal of Financial Statements is to provide financial information about the reporting object that is useful to exist and valid investors, creditors, and lenders in making decisions about whether to invest, give credit or not. 

  1. Mention the types of financial statements?

There are three types of financial statements are:

Income Statement details about the performance of the company over a specific account period. The Financial performance is provided in terms of revenue and expense generated through operating and non-operating activities.

Balance Sheet details about the position of the company at a specific point of time. Balance Sheet comprises Assets, Liabilities and Owner’s Equity. 

Cash Flow Statement details about the amount of cash inflow and outflow. Cash Flow Statement denotes how the cash present in the balance sheet changed from last year to the current year.

  1. Explain Cash Flow Statement in detail

Cash Flow Statement is an important financial statement that details about the cash inflow and cash outflow from the company. Cash Flow is usually prepared by the Direct method and Indirect method. In general, the company uses the Direct method for preparing the Cash Flow Statement as seen in the annual report of the company. The direct method gets started with cash collected from customers adding interests and dividends and then deducting cash paid to suppliers, interest paid, income tax paid. The indirect method gets started from net income and then supposed to add back all the non-cash charges which are depreciation and amortization expense.

  1. Mention different activities of cash flow statement?

Cash Flow Statement is split into three activities: Cash Flow from Operations, Cash Flow from Investing and Cash Flow from Financing.

  1. Define Cash flow from operations?

Cash Flow from Operations comprises of cash inflows and outflows which are generated from the company’s core business or product.

  1. Define Cash flow from investing?

Cash Flow from Investing comprises of the cash inflows and outflows from a company in the form of investments like purchase or sale of property, plant & equipment. 

  1. Define Cash flow from financing?

Cash Flow from Financing comprises of cash inflows and outflows generated from all the financing activities of the company like issuance of Bonds or early retirement of Debt.

  1.  Mention three sources of short-term Finance used by a company?

The three different sources of short-term finance are as follows:

Short-term financing performed by company to accomplish its current cash needs. The repayment period lies within 12 months from financing date.

Trade credit denotes an agreement between buyer and seller of goods. Trade credit is taken on a mutual trust so the buyer can repay the cash amount after a specified date.

Bank overdraft denotes short-term credit type offered by an individual or a business entity holding a bank account according to regulation.

Unsecured Bank Loan refers to type of credit that banks are ready to give and is payable within 12 months. 

  1. What is the reason behind the unsecured bank loan?

The reason behind unsecured bank loan is that no collateral is essential by the individual or a business entity taking this loan.

  1.  Define Working Capital?

Working Capital refers to Current Assets minus Current Liabilities. Working capital details about the amount of capital tied up to its business (daily activities) such as account receivables, payables, inventory in hand and many more. Working capital can also details the amount of cash needed to pay off the company’s obligations which have to be paid off within 12 months.

  1.  Define EPS and how is it calculated?

EPS is commonly known as Earnings per Share of the company. It is calculated for the common stockholders of the company. As the name conveys its meaning, it is the per-share earnings of the company. It acts as an indicator of profitability. Calculation:

EPS = (Net Income – Preferred Dividends) / weighted average number of shares outstanding during the year

  1.  List out the different types of EPS?

The three types of EPS which an analyst can use to calculate the company’s earnings: Basic EPS, Dilutive EPS, and Anti-Dilutive EPS.


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