This course is an introduction to the basics of using commercially available accounting software to set up a computerised accounting system, process business transactions and produce reports.
This course is ideal if you have no previous knowledge or experience of accounting or computerised bookkeeping.
The Level 1 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping qualification is specifically aimed at learners who wish to begin their studies at entry level in computerised accounting and will allow you to achieve a Level 1 qualification.
This qualification is made up of the following units:
- Introduction to computerised accounting, which covers:
- Understand the basics of computerised accounting
- Understand accounting terms
- Recognise source documents
- Understand the basics of the VAT system
- Set up a computerised accounting system and process data, which covers:
- Set up a computerised accounting system
- Process credit based transactions
- Process cash sales and sundry income
- Process receipts from credit customers
- Process payments to credit suppliers
- Process payments through the bank current account
- Process petty cash transactions
- Reconcile the balance on the bank current account
- Generate reports
1 evening per week for 15 weeks
On successful completion learners can progress to the Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Bookkeeping.
HOW TO APPLY
All full-time courses starting in September 2021 are open for applications. Please click on the Apply Now button (top right in the blue box) to begin your application.
If you require any assistance with your application you can call us on 0300 123 1223.
028 3025 9683
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