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Termin: 09.09.2024 - 09.12.2024
Cena: 1700.00 +VAT
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WHAT IS THIS BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE AND WHO IS IT FOR ?

The Business English Course in Accounting is higly recommended for accounting professionals who want to inmprove their english communication skills in a work environment.
The pre - intermediate level accounting course contains career - specific vocabulary and contexts into lessons that build students' working knowledge of english. It addresses topics including bookeeping, financial statements , taxes , career options , and many others.
In this accounting course, you are offered a variety of interesting activities in which you discuss the topics of the units and exchange ideas about it.
It has been developed in association  with the financial times , one of the leading sources of business information in the world. It consists of 10 units based on topics of great interest
To everyone involved in international business. It also reflects the last trends in the accounting.
Everybody studying this course will become more fluent and confident in using the language of accounting and should increase their career prospects.

 

UNIT 1 - THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

LESSON 1: GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING
Students read the textbook passage and learn about the fundamental principles of accounting that every accountant follows.
They also learn some useful vocabulary and exchange their ideas about some principles.

LESSON 2: THE FUTURE OF ACCOUNTING
Students read the article about some of traditional jobs that accountants do and discuss about the prospects for the future.
Bullet points: strategic planning, mergers, audit opinions, audit fraud, risk assessment, financial services investments ,litigation support , acquisitions, and many others.

LESSON 3: COMMUNICATING WITH CLIENTS- SHOULD ACCOUNTING RULES BE GLOBALIZED ? HOW CAN ACCOUNTANTS USE MODERN TECHNOLOGY TO COMMUNICATE WITH THEIR CLIENTS ?
Students read the article about how globalization affect accounting and exchange their views about global accounting standards. They also discuss the pros and cons of global accounting.

UNIT 2 - BUSINESS RESOURCES

LESSON 1: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS / CASH FLOW STATEMENTS

Students can learn how to look at the figures which show money coming into and going out of the company and net cash generated from operating activities in the net profit after paying loan interest and tax.
Students can see cash flows from operating activities in profit coming in from the comapny business activities.
In addition, they  can spot cash flows from investing activities and that is the money the company has received from selling assets and the money it has spent buying new assets.

Bullet points: looking at the figures, operating activities , financing activities , etc.

LESSON 2: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
Students learn how to look at the information about profit and loss account and continuing operations, such as:
•    sales,
•    cost of good sold,
•    gross profit,
•    other net gains and losses,
•    gains from joint ventures,
•    operating profit,
•    income tax,
•    etc.

LESSON 3: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: BALANCE SHEET
Students learn how to look at the information about a company's assets, current liabilities, intangible assets, long - term liabilities , total liabilities ,retained earnings, etc.

LESSON 4: GLEANING INFORMATION FROM FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Students read the passage and discuss how accountants use records to determine the health of companies.
They also learn about the ways they interpret financial records.

UNIT 3 - BUSINESS & FINANCE

THIS BUSINESS RESOURCES SECTION CONTAINS AREA OF BUSINESS SUCH AS: TYPES OF BUSINESS, SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN BUSINESS, FINANCE, ECONOMICS AND MANY OTHERS.

LESSON 1: Exercises include reading emails from the chief executive to a product manager at a company, accountant who specializes in turning round companies, reading articles about an international supermarket business, currencies, selling goods and getting paid, etc.

LESSON 2: Reading & language: students read about the banking terms and work on finance vocabulary and multiword verbs.

LESSON 3: Students read the article about success and failure in business and try to do a swat analysis for their company.
They discuss strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats for their company based on this article.

LESSON 4: ROLEPLAY
Students read the article and as investors, talk to entrepreneurs looking for funding, evaluate their project and make a decision about the one to invest in.

UNIT 4 - MONEY

THIS UNIT INCLUDES LEADING SOURCES OF BUSINESS INFORMATION IN THE WORLD AND CONSISTS OF TOPICS OF GREAT INTEREST TO EVERYONE INVOLVED IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SUCH AS:
FIGURES, FINANCIAL TERMS, RAISING BUSINESS CAPITAL, REPORTING FINANCIAL SUCCESS, DESCRIBING TRENDS AND CASE STUDY.

LESSON 1: Describing Trends - this lesson tackles the key functional areas of business such as: describing trends and graphs, describing changes, giving reasons, rises and falls, etc.
The main objective of this lesson is to describe and discuss figures and graphs and learn some financial vocabulary.

LESSON 2: The main tasks include: describing changes in a company's finances, analysing figures and giving reasons for rises and falls, describing and explaining trends in your workplace, reading about the growth of a multinational company.

LESSON 3: The accounting for costs students read the article about direct and indirect costs and talk about the following issues:
-variable costs
-fixed costs
-how to record costs
-the abc (activity- based costing) method

LESSON 4: Cash & liquidity - Students read the article ' how liquid is your company ' and exchange their views and ideas about money management, They also learn some useful vocabulary about cash and liquidity.

UNIT 5 - ACCOUNTING & FINANCE REPORTING

LESSON 1: it consists of important terms used in accounting that describes the examination and verification of a company's financial records such as: financial audits or audit in accounting.

LESSON 2: this also includes examining the business' accounting records, looking through financial statements in order to obtain evidence and verify compliance.

LESSON 3:  Auditing Students read the letter and discuss why business get audited. They also talk about results of the audit and audits they have already performed.

UNIT 6 - BANKING

LESSON 1: Students learn about some banking operations and other types of activities permitted to be conducted by banks.

LESSON 2: Students read the article and discuss about the aspects , main functions of banking and roles of the bank.

LESSON 3: Overdrafts. Students read the passage and talk about what happens if there is an overdraft and about the penalties for overdrawing a bank account.

UNIT 7 - ETHICS

LESSON 1: READING & SPEAKING

Internal controls against mistakes and thefts. Students read the article from the accounting journal and talk about crimes that take place in the accounting profession. They also learn how organizations guard against the crimes.

LESSON 2: IS PROFIT ETHICAL OR UNETHICAL? A TOPIC FOR DISCUSSION

Students read the article from “Bussines Today” and discuss why people say that profit is unethical.
Based on this article, they need to work out when profit is ethical and unethical and justify their choice.

LESSON 3: THE MANY FACES OF FRAUD

Students read the article from “Legal Weekly Magazine” and talk about different types of fraud such as:
-reviewing client’s books
-suspicious entries in a client’s nooks
-the possibility of fraud

UNIT 8 - TAXATION

LESSON 1: TAXES
Students read the advertisement , discuss about different types of taxes and how accountants can help with them.

LESSON 2: TAX ACCOUNTING

Students discuss about tax accounting firms and issues such as:
-services the firm produces
-the firm’s privacy policy
-the CPA’s credentials experience

LESSON 3: TAX HAVENS
Students read the advertisement and talk about how companies can avoid paying taxes or if people pay higher taxes as they make higher profits.
Bullet points: tax havens , tax evasion , tax avoidance , tax breaks , tax brackets ,progressive taxation , a flat tax , etc.

UNIT 9 - BOOKKEEPING & ACCOUNTING

LESSON 1: BOOKEEPING CYCLE - GETTING BACK TO BASICS
Students read the entry on a bookkeeper's blog and talk about the basic tasks in booking ands learn some useful vocabulary.

LESSON 2: ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE

Students read the advertisement and talk about different types of accounting software. They also discuss the pros and cons of accounting software.

UNIT 10 - COST ACCOUNTING & PRICING

LESSON 1: COSTS
Students read the passage and talk about how companies set prices and how they can get into trouble for their prices.

LESSON 2: THE BACK OFFICE ACCOUNTING
Students read the passage and discuss about some common accounting tasks such as : payroll , cash collections , cash disbursements ,and procumerent.

LESSON 3: UNPAID EXPENSES
This textbook passage includes some expenses that a business doesn't pay right away. Students learn how accountants record these expenses.
Bullet points : income tax payable , accrued expense payable , bonuses , accruals , etc.

LESSON 4: THE BREAK - EVEN POINT
Students read the article and talk about how to maximize profits. They also learn some basic vocabulary.
Bullet points :  
•    break - even point,
•    margin ratio,
•    recoup,
•    profit zone,
•    loss zone,
•    optimal and slump.

UNIT 11 - VIABILITY & BUDGETING

LESSON 1: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS  
Students read the passage and discuss why one company might buy out another and how a company decide whether a buyout will be profitable.
Bullet points : mergers & acquisitions

LESSON 2: BUDGETING
Students read the article ' why budget ', exchange their views and ideas about this issue and decide whether to budget long - term or short - term.
Bullet points: business budgeting forecasts , positive outlook , negative outlook , etc.

LESSON 3: BUY OR LEASE ?
Students read the article in the business magazine and decide how a company can decide whether to buy or lease a particular item .
Bullet points: finance , lease , early termination , down - payment, etc.

 

Paweł Krzyżak
(ANG) - Graduated from East Berkshire College in 2007 and st. Anthony of Padua at the University of Oxford in 2011.
With over 10 years' experience in business and General English, as well as having special responsibility for designing new Business English courses that develop essential business communication skills .

(PL)  - Absolwent Berkshire College w Londynie oraz koledżu im. Św. Antoniego z Padwy na uniwersytecie Oxford.
Posiada ponad  10 letnie doświadczenie w nauczaniu  języka angielskiego w dziedzinie biznesu i ogólnego, a także przygotowuje nowe kursy Business English, które rozwijają niezbędne umiejętności w komunikacji biznesowej.



 



INFORMACJE ORGANIZACYJNE:
Kurs będzie przeprowadzony przy pomocy jednej z popularnych platform służących do komunikacji online: Zoom, Clickmeeting, MS Teams.  Jedynym wymogiem jest stabilne łącze internetowe, nie muszą Państwo nic instalować. Służymy wsparciem technicznym i możliwością połączenia testowego dla ewentualnego sprawdzenia jakości połączenia. W czasie zajęć nie ma konieczności udostępniania swojego wizerunku. Zajęcia są nagrywane, dzięki czemu w przypadku nieobecności z uwagi na chorobę, czy inne okoliczności osobiste, uczestnik szkolenia ma możliwość otrzymania nagrania z dnia w którym ta nieobecność wystąpiła .

KOSZT UCZESTNICTWA: 1 700 zł/os.

Zajęcia popołudniowe bez przerw(w poniedziałki i czwartki) w godzinach 16:00 – 17:30

TERMINARZ ZAJĘĆ:

09.09.2024 r.
12.09.2024 r.
16.09.2024 r.
19.09.2024 r.
23.09.2024 r.
26.09.2024 r.
30.09.2024 r.
03.10.2024 r.
07.10.2024 r.
10.10.2024 r.
14.10.2024 r.
17.10.2024 r.
21.10.2024 r.
24.10.2024 r.
28.10.2024 r.
31.10.2024 r.
04.11.2024 r.
07.11.2024 r.
14.11.2024 r.
18.11.2024 r.
21.11.2024 r.
25.11.2024 r.
28.11.2024 r.
02.11.2024 r.
05.12.2024 r.
09.12.2024 r.


CENA OBEJMUJE:

  •  uczestnictwo w szkoleniu online,
  •  materiały szkoleniowe w wersji elektronicznej,
  •  certyfikat BDO

PŁATNOŚĆ:

Płatności należy dokonać przed rozpoczęciem kursu po otrzymaniu pisemnego potwierdzenia, podając w tytule numer faktury proforma.

Istnieje możliwość dokonania zapłaty w II lub III ratach: pierwsza wpłata przed rozpoczęciem kursu (po otrzymaniu pisemnego potwierdzenia i faktury proforma), kolejne w trakcie trwania – tak, aby ostatniego dnia zajęć opłata była całkowicie rozliczona. (Uwaga! W momencie dokonywania opłaty za kurs w tytule przelewu należy podać numer faktury proforma).

MOŻLIWE DOFINANSOWANIA:

BAZA USŁUG ROZWOJOWYCH (BUR)
Dofinansowanie dla pracowników mikro, mały i średnich przedsiębiorstw. Klikając w podany link, można uzyskać informację o dofinansowaniu dla poszczególnych województw:
http://serwis-uslugirozwojowe.parp.gov.pl/dofinansowanie
W przypadku chęci skorzystania z tych środków, prosimy o kontakt ze swoim operatorem i dokonanie zgłoszenia na powyższy kurs za pośrednictwem platformy BUR.

KRAJOWY FUNDUSZ SZKOLENIOWY (KFS)
Z dofinansowania mogą skorzystać wszystkie przedsiębiorstwa (duże, średnie, małe oraz mikroprzedsiębiorstwa), które zatrudniają min. jedną osobę na umowę o pracę.
Więcej informacji na stronie:
http://psz.praca.gov.pl/-/55453-krajowy-fundusz-szkoleniowy

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Angielski dla księgowych, finansistów i audytorów – 39 godzin zegarowych - kurs językowy online - zajęcia popołudniowe (poniedziałki, czwartki) B1/B2

Termin: 09.09.2024 - 09.12.2024
Cena: 1700.00 +VAT
Miejsce: Transmisja ONLINE

Cel szkolenia

WHAT IS THIS BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE AND WHO IS IT FOR ?

The Business English Course in Accounting is higly recommended for accounting professionals who want to inmprove their english communication skills in a work environment.
The pre - intermediate level accounting course contains career - specific vocabulary and contexts into lessons that build students' working knowledge of english. It addresses topics including bookeeping, financial statements , taxes , career options , and many others.
In this accounting course, you are offered a variety of interesting activities in which you discuss the topics of the units and exchange ideas about it.
It has been developed in association  with the financial times , one of the leading sources of business information in the world. It consists of 10 units based on topics of great interest
To everyone involved in international business. It also reflects the last trends in the accounting.
Everybody studying this course will become more fluent and confident in using the language of accounting and should increase their career prospects.

 

Program

UNIT 1 - THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

LESSON 1: GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING
Students read the textbook passage and learn about the fundamental principles of accounting that every accountant follows.
They also learn some useful vocabulary and exchange their ideas about some principles.

LESSON 2: THE FUTURE OF ACCOUNTING
Students read the article about some of traditional jobs that accountants do and discuss about the prospects for the future.
Bullet points: strategic planning, mergers, audit opinions, audit fraud, risk assessment, financial services investments ,litigation support , acquisitions, and many others.

LESSON 3: COMMUNICATING WITH CLIENTS- SHOULD ACCOUNTING RULES BE GLOBALIZED ? HOW CAN ACCOUNTANTS USE MODERN TECHNOLOGY TO COMMUNICATE WITH THEIR CLIENTS ?
Students read the article about how globalization affect accounting and exchange their views about global accounting standards. They also discuss the pros and cons of global accounting.

UNIT 2 - BUSINESS RESOURCES

LESSON 1: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS / CASH FLOW STATEMENTS

Students can learn how to look at the figures which show money coming into and going out of the company and net cash generated from operating activities in the net profit after paying loan interest and tax.
Students can see cash flows from operating activities in profit coming in from the comapny business activities.
In addition, they  can spot cash flows from investing activities and that is the money the company has received from selling assets and the money it has spent buying new assets.

Bullet points: looking at the figures, operating activities , financing activities , etc.

LESSON 2: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
Students learn how to look at the information about profit and loss account and continuing operations, such as:
•    sales,
•    cost of good sold,
•    gross profit,
•    other net gains and losses,
•    gains from joint ventures,
•    operating profit,
•    income tax,
•    etc.

LESSON 3: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: BALANCE SHEET
Students learn how to look at the information about a company's assets, current liabilities, intangible assets, long - term liabilities , total liabilities ,retained earnings, etc.

LESSON 4: GLEANING INFORMATION FROM FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Students read the passage and discuss how accountants use records to determine the health of companies.
They also learn about the ways they interpret financial records.

UNIT 3 - BUSINESS & FINANCE

THIS BUSINESS RESOURCES SECTION CONTAINS AREA OF BUSINESS SUCH AS: TYPES OF BUSINESS, SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN BUSINESS, FINANCE, ECONOMICS AND MANY OTHERS.

LESSON 1: Exercises include reading emails from the chief executive to a product manager at a company, accountant who specializes in turning round companies, reading articles about an international supermarket business, currencies, selling goods and getting paid, etc.

LESSON 2: Reading & language: students read about the banking terms and work on finance vocabulary and multiword verbs.

LESSON 3: Students read the article about success and failure in business and try to do a swat analysis for their company.
They discuss strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats for their company based on this article.

LESSON 4: ROLEPLAY
Students read the article and as investors, talk to entrepreneurs looking for funding, evaluate their project and make a decision about the one to invest in.

UNIT 4 - MONEY

THIS UNIT INCLUDES LEADING SOURCES OF BUSINESS INFORMATION IN THE WORLD AND CONSISTS OF TOPICS OF GREAT INTEREST TO EVERYONE INVOLVED IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SUCH AS:
FIGURES, FINANCIAL TERMS, RAISING BUSINESS CAPITAL, REPORTING FINANCIAL SUCCESS, DESCRIBING TRENDS AND CASE STUDY.

LESSON 1: Describing Trends - this lesson tackles the key functional areas of business such as: describing trends and graphs, describing changes, giving reasons, rises and falls, etc.
The main objective of this lesson is to describe and discuss figures and graphs and learn some financial vocabulary.

LESSON 2: The main tasks include: describing changes in a company's finances, analysing figures and giving reasons for rises and falls, describing and explaining trends in your workplace, reading about the growth of a multinational company.

LESSON 3: The accounting for costs students read the article about direct and indirect costs and talk about the following issues:
-variable costs
-fixed costs
-how to record costs
-the abc (activity- based costing) method

LESSON 4: Cash & liquidity - Students read the article ' how liquid is your company ' and exchange their views and ideas about money management, They also learn some useful vocabulary about cash and liquidity.

UNIT 5 - ACCOUNTING & FINANCE REPORTING

LESSON 1: it consists of important terms used in accounting that describes the examination and verification of a company's financial records such as: financial audits or audit in accounting.

LESSON 2: this also includes examining the business' accounting records, looking through financial statements in order to obtain evidence and verify compliance.

LESSON 3:  Auditing Students read the letter and discuss why business get audited. They also talk about results of the audit and audits they have already performed.

UNIT 6 - BANKING

LESSON 1: Students learn about some banking operations and other types of activities permitted to be conducted by banks.

LESSON 2: Students read the article and discuss about the aspects , main functions of banking and roles of the bank.

LESSON 3: Overdrafts. Students read the passage and talk about what happens if there is an overdraft and about the penalties for overdrawing a bank account.

UNIT 7 - ETHICS

LESSON 1: READING & SPEAKING

Internal controls against mistakes and thefts. Students read the article from the accounting journal and talk about crimes that take place in the accounting profession. They also learn how organizations guard against the crimes.

LESSON 2: IS PROFIT ETHICAL OR UNETHICAL? A TOPIC FOR DISCUSSION

Students read the article from “Bussines Today” and discuss why people say that profit is unethical.
Based on this article, they need to work out when profit is ethical and unethical and justify their choice.

LESSON 3: THE MANY FACES OF FRAUD

Students read the article from “Legal Weekly Magazine” and talk about different types of fraud such as:
-reviewing client’s books
-suspicious entries in a client’s nooks
-the possibility of fraud

UNIT 8 - TAXATION

LESSON 1: TAXES
Students read the advertisement , discuss about different types of taxes and how accountants can help with them.

LESSON 2: TAX ACCOUNTING

Students discuss about tax accounting firms and issues such as:
-services the firm produces
-the firm’s privacy policy
-the CPA’s credentials experience

LESSON 3: TAX HAVENS
Students read the advertisement and talk about how companies can avoid paying taxes or if people pay higher taxes as they make higher profits.
Bullet points: tax havens , tax evasion , tax avoidance , tax breaks , tax brackets ,progressive taxation , a flat tax , etc.

UNIT 9 - BOOKKEEPING & ACCOUNTING

LESSON 1: BOOKEEPING CYCLE - GETTING BACK TO BASICS
Students read the entry on a bookkeeper's blog and talk about the basic tasks in booking ands learn some useful vocabulary.

LESSON 2: ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE

Students read the advertisement and talk about different types of accounting software. They also discuss the pros and cons of accounting software.

UNIT 10 - COST ACCOUNTING & PRICING

LESSON 1: COSTS
Students read the passage and talk about how companies set prices and how they can get into trouble for their prices.

LESSON 2: THE BACK OFFICE ACCOUNTING
Students read the passage and discuss about some common accounting tasks such as : payroll , cash collections , cash disbursements ,and procumerent.

LESSON 3: UNPAID EXPENSES
This textbook passage includes some expenses that a business doesn't pay right away. Students learn how accountants record these expenses.
Bullet points : income tax payable , accrued expense payable , bonuses , accruals , etc.

LESSON 4: THE BREAK - EVEN POINT
Students read the article and talk about how to maximize profits. They also learn some basic vocabulary.
Bullet points :  
•    break - even point,
•    margin ratio,
•    recoup,
•    profit zone,
•    loss zone,
•    optimal and slump.

UNIT 11 - VIABILITY & BUDGETING

LESSON 1: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS  
Students read the passage and discuss why one company might buy out another and how a company decide whether a buyout will be profitable.
Bullet points : mergers & acquisitions

LESSON 2: BUDGETING
Students read the article ' why budget ', exchange their views and ideas about this issue and decide whether to budget long - term or short - term.
Bullet points: business budgeting forecasts , positive outlook , negative outlook , etc.

LESSON 3: BUY OR LEASE ?
Students read the article in the business magazine and decide how a company can decide whether to buy or lease a particular item .
Bullet points: finance , lease , early termination , down - payment, etc.

 

Prowadzący

Paweł Krzyżak
(ANG) - Graduated from East Berkshire College in 2007 and st. Anthony of Padua at the University of Oxford in 2011.
With over 10 years' experience in business and General English, as well as having special responsibility for designing new Business English courses that develop essential business communication skills .

(PL)  - Absolwent Berkshire College w Londynie oraz koledżu im. Św. Antoniego z Padwy na uniwersytecie Oxford.
Posiada ponad  10 letnie doświadczenie w nauczaniu  języka angielskiego w dziedzinie biznesu i ogólnego, a także przygotowuje nowe kursy Business English, które rozwijają niezbędne umiejętności w komunikacji biznesowej.



 

Informacje dodatkowe



INFORMACJE ORGANIZACYJNE:
Kurs będzie przeprowadzony przy pomocy jednej z popularnych platform służących do komunikacji online: Zoom, Clickmeeting, MS Teams.  Jedynym wymogiem jest stabilne łącze internetowe, nie muszą Państwo nic instalować. Służymy wsparciem technicznym i możliwością połączenia testowego dla ewentualnego sprawdzenia jakości połączenia. W czasie zajęć nie ma konieczności udostępniania swojego wizerunku. Zajęcia są nagrywane, dzięki czemu w przypadku nieobecności z uwagi na chorobę, czy inne okoliczności osobiste, uczestnik szkolenia ma możliwość otrzymania nagrania z dnia w którym ta nieobecność wystąpiła .

KOSZT UCZESTNICTWA: 1 700 zł/os.

Zajęcia popołudniowe bez przerw(w poniedziałki i czwartki) w godzinach 16:00 – 17:30

TERMINARZ ZAJĘĆ:

09.09.2024 r.
12.09.2024 r.
16.09.2024 r.
19.09.2024 r.
23.09.2024 r.
26.09.2024 r.
30.09.2024 r.
03.10.2024 r.
07.10.2024 r.
10.10.2024 r.
14.10.2024 r.
17.10.2024 r.
21.10.2024 r.
24.10.2024 r.
28.10.2024 r.
31.10.2024 r.
04.11.2024 r.
07.11.2024 r.
14.11.2024 r.
18.11.2024 r.
21.11.2024 r.
25.11.2024 r.
28.11.2024 r.
02.11.2024 r.
05.12.2024 r.
09.12.2024 r.


CENA OBEJMUJE:

  •  uczestnictwo w szkoleniu online,
  •  materiały szkoleniowe w wersji elektronicznej,
  •  certyfikat BDO

PŁATNOŚĆ:

Płatności należy dokonać przed rozpoczęciem kursu po otrzymaniu pisemnego potwierdzenia, podając w tytule numer faktury proforma.

Istnieje możliwość dokonania zapłaty w II lub III ratach: pierwsza wpłata przed rozpoczęciem kursu (po otrzymaniu pisemnego potwierdzenia i faktury proforma), kolejne w trakcie trwania – tak, aby ostatniego dnia zajęć opłata była całkowicie rozliczona. (Uwaga! W momencie dokonywania opłaty za kurs w tytule przelewu należy podać numer faktury proforma).

MOŻLIWE DOFINANSOWANIA:

BAZA USŁUG ROZWOJOWYCH (BUR)
Dofinansowanie dla pracowników mikro, mały i średnich przedsiębiorstw. Klikając w podany link, można uzyskać informację o dofinansowaniu dla poszczególnych województw:
http://serwis-uslugirozwojowe.parp.gov.pl/dofinansowanie
W przypadku chęci skorzystania z tych środków, prosimy o kontakt ze swoim operatorem i dokonanie zgłoszenia na powyższy kurs za pośrednictwem platformy BUR.

KRAJOWY FUNDUSZ SZKOLENIOWY (KFS)
Z dofinansowania mogą skorzystać wszystkie przedsiębiorstwa (duże, średnie, małe oraz mikroprzedsiębiorstwa), które zatrudniają min. jedną osobę na umowę o pracę.
Więcej informacji na stronie:
http://psz.praca.gov.pl/-/55453-krajowy-fundusz-szkoleniowy