Institutions of higher learning, financial companies, management associations and air travel associations are some organizations that may offer accounting training programs. These programs range from general accounting training to training tailored to the operations of particular industries, such as aviation, oil and gas.
Franklin University offers an Accounting Degree Program that trains students in tax accounting, cost management, accounting ethics, managerial accounting, and financial reporting and analysis. The program prepares students for the Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant and Certified Internal Auditor endorsements. Practical training comes through business simulation assignments and student audit groups.
Accountemps is a company that offers accounting training courses in legal compliance, business processes, project management and QuickBooks. The courses are available in an online format.
The American Management Association provides Comprehensive Budgeting Workshop, How to Speak Accounting, Advanced Financial Forecasting and Modeling Workshop, and Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis Certification Exam Prep.
Thomson Reuters has a CS Professional Suite that features Accounting CS, Accounting Services Setup Essentials, and Accounting CS Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable among its courses. Courses vary between a half-hour to three hours. Accounting training related to the aviation industry is available from the International Air Transport Association, including Accounting and Finance for Non-Finance Managers.