IASeminars Sampler Module
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Welcome to our free IPSAS Sampler Module. IASeminars courses are composed of several Modules. Each has been designed to be taken on its own or as part of a larger course. This Sampler shows the typical structure and experience of a Module.
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Each module addresses a specific topic and typically consists of a number of Lessons, a Case Study, a Practice Quiz and a Final Examination. Once a module is complete, participants can download a certificate as evidence of their learning. The place to start is "Getting Started" (see below) in the How to Use this Module section.
We would like to show you a module. Below, rather than show a whole module for one subject we have taken different elements from different modules to show you a cross-section of materials.
Download handouts from here (e.g. IPSAS Handbook, Financial Statements, etc)
Source: IPSAS - Current Assets module
This lesson covers:
Source: IPSAS - Financial Statement Fundamentals module
Source: IPSAS - Financial Instruments Fundamentals module
Note: In order to access our practice quiz below, you will need to take the following two steps:
The Practice Quiz is designed to help the participant prepare for the Final Exam. The quiz doesn't count towards a final grade and can be taken as many times as the participant wishes. Feedback is provided to help participants learn from any wrong answers.
The final exam is not included here but it is usually around the same size as the practice quiz and must be passed in order for a certificate to be awarded. The pass mark is 70% and only two attempts at the Final Exam are permitted.
In this section you will be able to download your CPD certificate and any other badges you are awarded while studying this module.
In order to be eligible to receive the CPD certificate, participants must pass the final exam within 1 year from the date of enrolling on this module.
This module was last updated in July 2016.