Book-keeping City and Guilds Award Level 3
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OverviewLearners will further develop techniques to enable them to record and interpret financial transactions up to and including final accounts. This course is eligible for SFA or EFA funding support.
The course allows candidates to learn, develop and practice skills required for employment and/or career progression in the accounting sector. It will meet the needs of candidates in job roles such as Accounting Technician, Accounts/Finance Clerk, Private practice accountants.
* Prepare final accounts of sole trader, partnerships, companies and not-for-profit organisations from conventional and incomplete records
* Prepare year end and other adjustments associated with the above variety of organisations
* Demonstrate an understanding of accounts through analysis and interpretation
ProgressionStudents may wish to discuss studying accounting with the AAT, or undertaking some further study in computerised accounts.
AssessmentThere is a formal external exam held in the College at the end of the course. However, prior to this, mock exams and homework are organised to prepare candidates for the final exam.
Entry RequirementsYou should have completed the Level 2 Certificate in Book-keeping or an equivalent qualification or have sufficient relevant experience to progress directly to Level 3.
QualificationsCity & Guilds Level 3 Award in Bookkeeping
Home StudyLecturers will set "homework" - exercises to be completed at home and reviewed the following week. Students may wish to undertake self - study outside of classroom hours.
SkillsYou should have a level 2 ability in numeracy.
Additional CostsIn addition to the tuition fee, learners will need to pay 28 for the examination fee for the course upon enrolment. There is no set text for the course, however, students may wish to buy their own copy of the book used by the lecturer. This will be discussed at the first lesson.
|Code||Location||Start||End||Times||Day||Duration||Cost (Year 1)|
|PD3204 121302||Newbury College||07/03/2013||04/07/2013||18:00 to 21:00||Thursday||18 Weeks||£475.00|