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This CIPFA Asset Valuation Certificate will provide you with a better understanding of the requirements and process of undertaking local authority asset valuations for financial statements. It will take you through a series of four modules, ranging from why the valuations are required, the relevant rules and regulations, valuation approaches to be deployed and, depreciation accounting. Plus a lot more!
Starts: 24 Nov 2022 10:00Ends: 15 Dec 2022 16:00
£1,600.00 excl VAT
£1,400.00 excl VAT
The process of undertaking asset valuations for land and buildings for local authority accounting purposes is not easy: It’s a niche area and is rarely something that a valuer will have been trained in during their qualification process. As accounting regulations change, interpreting and keeping up to date with the various regulations and standards to ensure compliance can be a tricky and time consuming task. Any misinterpretation can become embedded into locally accepted practice making for an uncomfortable audit process.
This course will not only provide you with a CIPFA accredited qualification, but is designed to help you:
By undertaking this course you will gain an understanding of the key requirements of the:
The course is aimed at delegates
The course will also be useful to
4 modules carried out via live webinar with sessions delivered in partnership with Jones Lang Lasalle, the RICS, the CIPFA Finance Network and CIPFA Standards Department.
To receive the CIPFA Asset Valuation Certificate delegates must complete all four training days and demonstrate adequate understanding as assessed at the end of each module through multiple choice tests.
Donna joined CIPFA in March 2020. She is a member of the RICS and Registered Valuer, with extensive experience in the property industry and local government. In recent years she has delivered strategic services and property team management in the public sector.