Earn your mandatory credits with PwC’s Academy’s e-learning and webinar courses!
|Credit point packages||Fee of the packages|
|1 credit point (e-learning courses)||4 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
|2 credit points (e-learning courses)||8 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
|4 credit points (e-learning courses)||14 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
|8 credit points (e-learning courses + IFRS publication)||28 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
| 8 credit points (4-hour-classroom training**
and e-learning courses + IFRS publication)
|28 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
| 16 credit points (8-hour-classroom training**
and e-learning courses + IFRS publication)
|54 900 HUF + VAT*||Registration|
|* 2- month access / e-learning on PwC’s Academy E-learning Portal
** ** PwC’s Academy’s classroom trainings on the 13-14 June 2016
|Credit points for
|Accounting/IFRS||1||Introduction to IFRS - IAS1 Presentation of Financial Statements
|1||IAS 37 Provisions, contingent liabilities
and contingent assets
|1||IFRS 10 Consolidated financial statements||45 min||Registration|
|1||IAS 36 Impairment of assets||45 min||Registration|
|1||IAS 7 Cash flow statements||45 min||Registration|
|1||IAS 16 Property, plant and equipment||45 min||Registration|
|1||IAS 32, IAS 39, IFRS 7, IFRS 9 Financial instruments
|1||IAS 2 Inventories and IAS 38 Intangible assets||60 min||Registration|
|2||Hot topics of IFRS transition and changes in Hungarian Accounting Law from the perspective of accounting and taxation||114 min||Registration|
|Accounting/Business||2||Changes in the Hungarian Accounting Law in 2016 (1 credit point for Tax experts + 1 credit point for members of Chamber of Auditors)||96 min||Registration|
|4||Treasury and treasury accounting
(3 credit points for Tax experts and 2 credit point for member of Chamber of Auditors)
|2||Transfer pricing in practice
(2 credit points for Tax experts + 1 credit point for members of Chamber of Auditors)
|2||Different forms of international employment
(2 credit point for Tax expert + 1 credit point for members of Chamber of Auditors)
|IFRS publications||2||Illustrative IFRS stand-alone financial statements for 2015 year ends||Order now|
|2||HAR, IFRS and US GAAP Similarities and differences - 8 900 HUF + VAT||Order now|
Training courses for which credits are awarded
1. Continuing professional development for auditors
The Training Rules of the Chamber of Hungarian Auditors require each member of the Chamber to collect a minimum 16 credit points a year.
Of those yearly credits, 4 credits (1 day) must be obtained in a centrally organised general training course (compulsory training), while the additional 12 credits (2-4 days) can be acquired in training courses organised by or with the participation of a chamber organisation, or by a company or institute accepted by the Chamber, or at Hungarian or international conferences, in training courses and topics accepted by the Chamber.
PwC’s Academy qualifies as an institution organising professional training courses recognized with credit points, and, therefore, the Chamber awards credit points for the successful completion of our courses.
2. Continuing professional development for tax advisors, tax experts and certified tax experts
Registered tax advisors, tax experts and certified tax experts are required to participate in continuing professional development courses in their registered field of expertise.
Those who are required to attend training events will have to earn a minimum of 100 credit points in at least three calendar years within the five-year period (i.e. the 100 credit points will have to be collected during at least three years, and the maximum period allowed will be five years). The list of eligible training events can be found in Decree No 26/2008 (VIII. 30.) of the Minister of Finance.
Participants may earn credit points by completing the continuing education programmes offered by PwC’s Academy and certified by the Tax Advisor, Certified Tax Expert and Tax Expert Committee.
3. Continuing professional development for accounting professionals
Under Government Decree No. 93/2002, certified accountants are required to complete a 16-hour continuing professional development course every year. The planned amendment to the relevant regulations will fundamentally change the training system of certified accountants.In addition to its highly popular international accounting courses, PwC’s Academy also offers a continuing professional development course for accounting professionals (“mandatory training for certified accountants”).