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Deloitte Learning Solutions

Training

For the past few years, Deloitte Indonesia has offered various in-house trainings and seminars related to SAK/IFRS and various learning to better understand the recent changes in finance area.

Public seminar

Deloitte Indonesia has also actively organised various SAK-IFRS workshop sessions to assist, update and provide managers, executives and people responsible with the preparation and analysis of financial reports with some insights regarding the changes and challenges of the new and revised SAK/IFRS standards.

In house training, seminar and workshop

Deloitte Indonesia’s training, seminar and workshop sessions are sought after by many companies who want to understand the developments and impacts of these standards. We have established an excellent reputation by offering a comprehensive technical range of SAK/IFRS courses which goes beyond what other training organisations have offered. The speakers in the various sessions are prominent in the SAK/IFRS field; all of them have the technical knowledge to discuss and communicate various SAK/IFRS issues.

Public workshop series

Deloitte Indonesia’s approach to learning is a mixture of theory and practice to enable participants to apply the standards, as well as to grasp the underlying concepts and principles. Our trainings and seminars are interactive and focus on informal knowledge transfer from the outset through workshops, presentations, interviews and meetings.

Deloitte Indonesia also provides a series of public workshops which are designed to deliver comprehensive coverage of several core financial standards and other business related topics. The programme uses technical class lectures, followed by practical case studies to apply the theories discussed. Each public workshop will be limited to a certain number of people to facilitate in-depth discussion between facilitators and participants