If you have or are thinking about setting up your own business, this course will provide you with an essential grounding in the basics of business structure and law
Those who wish to start their own business, those looking for work, as well as employees who wish to learn more about business structure and law.
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.
The Introduction to Irish Business Structure and Law course is split into three lessons. The first considers the different types of business as well as the terms relating liability, shares, shareholders and dividends. You will also learn about AGMs and EGMs and the roles and responsibilities of those involved in running the business such as Board Directors. In lesson two you will learn about the
Companies Registration Office (CRO) in Ireland, filing and reporting deadlines, audits, contracts, bank accounts and business loans.
Finally, lesson three covers how different companies are taxed, insolvency, employment contracts and employer obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act.
Having completed Introduction to Business Structure and Law, you will be well-placed to go on to take the Understanding Business Accounts course.
Lesson One: Why different types of business exist, terms relating to business, AGMs and EGMs, roles and responsibilities of shareholders, directors and company secretary
Lesson Two: Business reporting, filing deadlines, accounts audit, contracts in business, business bank accounts, loans and security
Lesson Three: How different types of business are taxed, insolvency, employer obligations under the Health & Safety at Work Act, employment contracts.