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Certified IFRS Professional

Indian : Rs.5899
International : $95

Vskills certification for IFRS Professional assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for reporting and complying with both IAS and IFRS reporting. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in IAS and IFRS standards.


This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. Earning Vskills IFRS Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today’s competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.


Job seekers looking to find employment in finance or accounting departments of various companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification.


IFRS Professionals are in great demand. Companies specializing in consulting or finance are constantly hiring skilled IFRS Professionals. Various public and private companies also need IFRS Professionals for their finance or accounts departments.



  • IASB structure
  • IFRS Standards
  • Abbreviations
  • IASB due process
  • List of IAS
  • IASB History
  • Use of IFRSs around the world


  • Objectives
  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Complete set of financial statements
  • General requirements of IAS 1
  • Statement of comprehensive income
  • Disclosure of accounting policies


  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Basis of valuation
  • Cost Measurement
  • Net realizable value
  • Expense recognition
  • Disclosures


  • Key terms
  • Presentation of a statement of cash flows
  • Noncash Transactions
  • Foreign Currency Cash Flows
  • Reporting Cash Flows on a Net Basis
  • Disclosures


  • Key terms
  • Selection and application of accounting policies
  • Consistency of accounting policies

IAS 10

  • Key Terms
  • Adjusting Events after the Reporting Period
  • Dividends
  • Going Concern

IAS 11

  • Key terms
  • Contract options
  • Contract revenue
  • Contract cost
  • Recognition of Revenue and Costs
  • Outcome of Construction Contract Can Be Estimated Reliably
  • Stage of Completion
  • Outcome of Construction Contract Cannot Be Estimated Reliably
  • Effect of Change in Estimate in Construction Contract
  • Disclosures

IAS 12

  • Key terms
  • Tax base
  • Recognition and measurement of current tax liabilities and current tax assets
  • Recognition of deferred tax liabilities and deferred tax assets
  • Accounting for deferred tax
  • Disclosures

IAS 16

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Recognition
  • Elements of cost
  • Measurement of cost
  • Measurement after recognition
  • Derecognition
  • Disclosures

IAS 17

  • Key terms
  • Classification of leases
  • Leases in the financial statement of lesees
  • Operating Leases
  • Leases in the financial statement of lessors

IAS 18

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Measurement of revenue
  • Identification of a transaction
  • Revenue on sale of goods
  • Revenue from rendering of services
  • Interest, royalties, and dividends
  • Disclosures

IAS 19

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Types of employee benefits
  • Short-term employee benefits
  • Postemployment benefit plans
  • Other long-term employee benefits
  • Termination Benefit

IAS 20

  • Key terms
  • Recognition of government grants
  • Presentation of grants related to assests
  • Presentation of grants related to income
  • Repayment of government grants

IAS 21

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Identification of functional currency
  • Net investment in a foreign operation

IAS 23

  • Key terms
  • Recognition
  • Borrowing costs eligible for capitalization
  • Commencement of capitalization
  • Suspension of capitalization
  • Cessation of capitalization

IAS 24

  • Key terms
  • Substance over form
  • Recent amendments to the standard

IAS 26

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Defined contribution plans vs. Defined benefit plans
  • Disclosures

IAS 27

  • Key terms
  • Presentation and scope of consolidated financial statements
  • Process of consolidation
  • Loss of control

IAS 29

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Restatement of financial statements
  • Restatement of comprehensive income
  • Statement of cash flows

IAS 32

  • Scope
  • Financial assets
  • Financial liabilities
  • Equity instruments
  • Presentation of liabilities and equity
  • Treasury shares
  • Purchased and written option to buy/sell own equity
  • Puttable instruments
  • Offsetting financial assets and liabilities
  • Interest, dividends, losses, and gains
  • Transaction cost of an equity issue

IAS 33

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Measurement
  • Diluted Earnings Per Share
  • Antidilution
  • Rights issue
  • Increasing rate preference shares
  • Presentation
  • Disclosures

IAS 34

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Contents of an interim financial report
  • Periods for which interim financial reports are required
  • Accounting policies
  • Measurement of interim financial report income tax expense

IAS 36

  • Scope
  • Exclusions
  • Key terms
  • Identification of assets that may be impaired
  • Calculation of recoverable amount
  • Calculation of fair value less costs to sell
  • Calculation of value in use
  • Selection of discount rate
  • Recognition of an impairment loss
  • Cash-generating units
  • Impairment of goodwill
  • Reversal of an impairment loss
  • Disclosures

IAS 37

  • Scope
  • Key terms

Recognition of a provision

  • Measurement of provisions
  • Remeasurement of provisions
  • Restructurings
  • Contingent liabilities
  • Contingent assets
  • Disclosures

IAS 38

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Intangible assets
  • Recognition
  • Initial measurement
  • Intangible assets with finite lives
  • Intangible assets with indefinite lives
  • Subsequent expenditure
  • Disclosures

IAS 39

  • Classification of financial assets
  • Financial asset or financial liability at fair value through profit or loss
  • Recognition principles
  • Measurement principles
  • Regular-way purchase or sale contract
  • Accounting for financial liabilities
  • Loan commitments
  • Financial guarantee
  • Derivatives
  • Reclassification
  • Impairment and uncollectibility of financial assets
  • Hedge accounting
  • Embedded derivatives

IAS 40

  • Key terms
  • Scope
  • Measurement of investment property
  • Transfers to and from investment property
  • Disposals
  • Disclosures
  • Fair value and cost model

IAS 41

  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Recognition and measurement
  • Gains and losses
  • Government grants


  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Exceptions to the first-time adoption rule
  • Opening IFRS statement of financial position
  • Adjustments required in preparing
  • Mandatory Exceptions
  • Presentation and disclosure


  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Accounting for equity-settled share-based payments
  • Vesting
  • Accounting for cash-settled transactions
  • Accounting for transactions that can be settled through cash or issuance of shares
  • Disclosure


  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Identifying a business combination
  • Date of Acquisition
  • Acquisition Method of Accounting
  • Recognizing Assets and Liabilities
  • Fair value of consideration
  • Measurement period
  • Disclosures


  • Scope
  • Insurance contract
  • Contract that are not classified as insurance contracts
  • Embedded derivatives
  • Unbundling of deposits
  • Temporary exemption from application of IAS 8
  • Business Acquisitions
  • Deferred acquisition costs
  • Liability adequacy test
  • Change in accounting policies
  • Discretionary Participation Features
  • Disclosures


  • Key Terms
  • Scope
  • When to reclassify
  • Assets held for sale
  • Disposal group assets
  • Discounted operations
  • Measurement of noncurrent assets held for sale or disposal group
  • Changes in classification of held for sale
  • Disclosures


  • Selection and application of accounting policies
  • Key Terms
  • Accounting for E&E costs
  • Measurement after initial recognition and presentation
  • Impairment
  • Disclosures


  • Scope
  • Significant accounting policies relating to financial instruments
  • Disclosures for Reclassification
  • Disclosures for de-recognition of financial assets
  • Collateral
  • Impairment allowance
  • Disclosures in the statement of comprehensive income
  • Hedge accounting disclosures
  • Disclosures in lieu of fair value disclosure
  • Fair value hierarchy-based disclosures
  • Risk disclosures
  • Liquidity risk disclosure through maturity analysis
  • Quantitative liquidity risk disclosures
  • Disclosure of market risk sensitivity analysis
  • Risk disclosures of insurance contracts


  • Scope
  • Core principle
  • Chief operating decision maker (CODM)
  • Identifying segment using IFRS 8
  • Identifying operating segments
  • Reportable segments
  • Measurement of segment information
  • Disclosures


  • Classification Issues
  • Classification at a glance
  • Business Model
  • Nature of contractual cash flows
  • Prepayments
  • Extension of the contractual termof debt instruments 
  • Change in timing and amount of the contractual cash flows
  • Recognition of financial assets
  • Measurement of financial assets
  • Measurement subsequent to initial recognition
  • Embedded derivatives
  • Optionally convertible debenture in the hands of investor
  • Compulsory convertible debentures
  • Reclassification
  • Gains or losses on financial assets
  • Investment in unquoted equity shares
  • Transition Provisions


  • Scope
  • Key terms
  • Presentation of consolidated financial statements
  • Consolidation procedures
  • Control
  • Exposure or rights to variability in returns
  • Link between power and returns
  • Relationship with other parties ("de facto agents")
  • Changes in the ownership interests
  • Loss of control
  • Disclosure


  • Scope
  • General requirements
  • Understanding joint control
  • Accounting for sales or contributions of assets to a joint operation 39.5 Presentation and disclosure


  • Scope
  • Key Terms
  • Disclosure information required under IFRS 12


  • Scope
  • The process of performing fair value measurements
  • Approaches to valuation
  • Market approach
  • Income approach
  • Adjusted net asset method


  • Scope
  • Recognition and measurement
  • Impairment considerations
  • Presentation
  • Disclosures
  • Effective dates and transition


  • Scope
  • Key Definitions
  • Summary
  • Disclosures

Issues in IFRS

  • Form and components of financial statements
  • Statement of financial position
  • Statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income

Difference between IFRS and US GAAP

  • Way forward with GAAP
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Result indicating pass or fail is told to candidate after finishing of the exam. Hard copy certificate and performance report is sent to candidates who had cleared the exam. Soft copy certificate is also e-mailed.

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The study material provided by Vskills is a guideline for your exam, but you can refer to other sources for further clarity on any topic.

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There are no charges apart from the registration fees or exam re-take in case candidate is unable to clear the certification exam.


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