Introduction to Irish Business Structure and Law

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Duration: Flexible study
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Online Courses - Distance Learning, Part Time and Evening

Course description

The structure of a business and the legal requirements for directors, shareholders and company secretaries are crucial; not least for Executive Assistants and finance professionals who often have to help prepare AGMs, business reports, prepare and file accounts and manage bank accounts, etc.
If you have or are thinking about setting up your own business, this course will provide you with an essential grounding in business structure and law within Ireland.
The course is split into three lessons. The first considers the different types of business and the terms relating to each; AGMs, EGMs, the roles and responsibilities of shareholders, directors and company secretaries. In lesson two you will learn about business reporting, filing deadlines, accounts audits, contracts, bank accounts and loans and security. Finally, lesson three covers taxation, insolvency, employer obligations and employment contracts.
Having completed this course, you will have covered topics towards the ITEC Business Competence Level 3 unit qualification. You will also have the Pitman name on your CV, which is highly respected by employers. And like all our courses you can study at a pace and times to suit you, supported by our course advisors when needed.
Having completed Introduction to Business Structure and Law, you will be well-placed to go on to take the Understanding Business Accounts course.


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