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The singing accountant returns to Perth

NON-accountants have the chance to learn how to take control of their own finances in a seminar with the ‘singing accountant’ Peter Ho.

Mr Ho uses accelerated learning to help parti-cipants absorb and understand large amounts of information in the shortest possible time.

He is renowned for suddenly jumping onto his desk to make a point, thrusting coloured pencils into his students’ hands or asking them to join him in a song.

In fact, songs form a major part of his teaching method. Mr Ho often uses catchy tunes to pass on his accounting knowledge.

He believes accounting is the language of business and aims to give students a complete understanding of all basic financial procedures.

Course contents include cash flow management, financial planning, analysis of financial reports and accounting and the management process. Course organiser Annie Simon said the seminar was suitable for managers, health practitioners, entrepreneurs and students – “anyone interested in profit”.

“They will learn how easy it is to anchor this knowledge in their memory by the use of catchy tunes,” Ms Simon said.

The seminar is being held at the Grand Chancellor Hotel on 28 and 29 August. Tickets cost $640 and may be booked by phoning 9402 0858.

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