This conference consists of four sessions which makes it a cost-effective way of staying informed of the latest technical issues.
Please see the live webinar schedule below:(If you are unable to join the live webinars, they will be available on-demand 24 hours after the live webinar ends and you will have access to the sessions for 12 months).
Shareholder and Partnership Agreements Date: Thursday 11 NovemberTime: 09.30-11.30Lecturer: Louise Dunford LLM, LLB Barrister, Cert EdDirector LDC Training Ltd, Consultant for CompleteHR Ltd
Auditing UpdateDate: Thursday 11 NovemberTime: 13:00-15:00Lecturer: Mike Ulrich, consultant and lecturer
Spending ReviewDate: Friday 12 NovemberTime: 09.30-11.30Lecturer: Paul Soper, FCCA, Lecturer, consultant and broadcaster
VAT UpdateDate: Friday 12 NovemberTime: 13:00-15:00Lecturer: Dean Wooten, FCA CTA
This fast paced and informative session covers the key points for those advising small and medium sized clients on the set up and running of their business in this key area:
The ability to advise clients of the potential implications of failing to provide sound and comprehensive agreements which can cover the most common eventualities is part of the added value the practitioners can bring to their clients. The course is useful to accountants at every level advising small businesses.
I have been continuously involved in training and consultancy since 1987 and am a qualified barrister. I provide advice and assistance to employers through a consultancy company, CompleteHR Ltd, and have also engaged in CPD training for most of the national accountancy training bodies and district societies in the UK for many years.
I am involved in management training, particularly in employment and HR, for many large multinational and national commercial companies. I have also worked as an occasional associate senior lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, mainly on the MBA, MA Personnel Management and MA Business Law. I have published academic papers in refereed journals, chiefly on employment status and corporate manslaughter.
What will I get out of it?
Lecturer:Mike Ulrich, lecturer and consultant
TBCLecturer: Paul Soper
Paul qualified with Stoy Hayward and has since been both a partner in a small firm and sole practitioner and is now a consultant and lecturer on taxation issues focusing mainly on small practitioners and has presented extensively for firms both large and small as well as the ACCA, the ICAEW District Societies and the CIOT.
Paul has extensive broadcasting experience both on the radio with the BBC, Radios 1, 2 and 4 as well as local radio in London and in Wales, and on TV – he was one of the regular presenters of the first 3 series of Moneyspinner on Channel 4, has appeared in numerous videos produced and presented for various organisations including the BBC Accountants TV Channel. He produces, writes, records and present podcasts both for his own site – www.taxationpodcasts.com and for others as diverse as the Neighbourhood Watch and the ACCA.
Paul is the author of several books for students, as well as ‘How to Avoid CGT’ for Rushmere Wynne.
In his spare time he plays bass in a London-based blues band, Jimmy C and the Bluesdragons and is a season ticket holder at Fulham.
This course will review the VAT rules for goods and services post Brexit aimed at Practitioners and accountants in industry who have regular exposure to cross border trading.
Lecturer: Dean Wooten, FCA CTA
£115 + VAT (£138.00) per person
8 CPD units
1 hour of learning = 1 unit of CPD.
ACCA members can use this learning to meet their CPD requirements provided it is relevant to their career. If the event contributes to general knowledge and skills, it should be recorded as non-verifiable CPD. If the learning can be applied in the workplace, it will contribute to verifiable CPD.
This event is organised by ACCA Continuous Learning.
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