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Bookkeeping I Online Course

Online

Subject: Business

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STUDY ONLINE AND BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN BOOKKEEPING

Looking for a career with lots of job opportunities and room to grow?

Bookkeeping enables you to work in lots of different and interesting industries. It offers flexibility in that you can work part time or full time. Every business needs a bookkeeper and that's great news for employment prospects!

This course focuses on the nature of accounting...

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15% OFF ON ALL SHORT COURSES!

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STUDY ONLINE AND BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN BOOKKEEPING

Looking for a career with lots of job opportunities and room to grow?

Bookkeeping enables you to work in lots of different and interesting industries. It offers flexibility in that you can work part time or full time. Every business needs a bookkeeper and that's great news for employment prospects!

This course focuses on the nature of accounting for small business, mainly service firms. It provides a very sound foundation, and includes more than what is often covered in introductory courses at other colleges.

Lessons:

There are 13 lessons in this course:

1. Introduction
What are Accounting Systems
Uses for Financial information
Who Uses financial information
Accounting Conventions (Entity Convention, Historical Cost Convention, Accounting period Convention, Going Concern assumption, Matching Principle, Consistency principle, Verifiability, Conservatism)
General Accounting concepts , relevance, reliability, materiality, comparability)
Accounting Standards in UK and Australia
Case Study
Doctrine of Materiality

2. Balance Sheet
Definition of Balance sheet
Assets
Liabilities
Proprietorship
T Form Balance sheet
Narrative Style Balance Sheet
Classification in Balance sheet (Current Assets, Non current Assets, Current Liabilities, deferred Liabilities)
Working Capital
Calculating Working Capital
Which Items Appear in balance sheet
Summary

3. Analysing and Designing Accounting Systems
Bookkeeping Cycle
Different Approaches to Bookkeeping
Simplest Approach
Steps in Bookkeeping Process
Abbreviations
Assets, Liabilities and Proprietorship
Designing an Accounting system
Ownership of a Business
Types of Business
Users of Financial Information
Flow of Information
Financial reports
Designing the ledger
Naming Accounts
Designing a Ledger
Source Documents
Cash Transactions
Credit transactions
Returns and Allowances
Statement of Account
Other business Documents
Use of Business Documents
Overview of accounting System

4. The Double Entry Recording Process
The Ledger
Beginning the ledger
Entries Resulting from transactions
Recording transactions
Example
Trial Balance
Ledger Accounts and Double Entry accounting
Analysis Chart
Footing and Balancing Ledger Accounts
Trial Balance
Alternative presentation of Trial Balance
Accounting for Drawings

5. Cash Receipts and Cash Payments Journal
Nature and scope of Journals
Cash Receipts and Payments in journals
Cash Receipts Journal
Cash receipts Journal –Simple Version, Multi Colum Journal
Cash Payments Journal
Multi Column Cash Payments Journal
Discounts allowed, and Discount Received

6. Credit Fees and Purchases Journal
Scope and Nature of Credit Sales
Credit Sales Journal
Debtors Subsidiary Ledger
Debtors Schedules
Cash Receipts Journal and Debtors Control
Credit Purchases Journal
Creditors Subsidiary ledger
Creditors Schedules
Cash Payment Journal and Creditors Control
Multi Column Credit Journals

7. The General Journal
Classifying transactions
The General Journal
Posting a General Journal Entry
General Journal and Subsidiary ledgers
Debtors Subsidiary ledger
Recording Returns of Supplies or materials to Creditors
Recording Credit Purchases of Non-Current Assets
Recording the Contribution or Withdrawal of Assets by an Owner
Contra, or Offsetting, Entries
Correcting Recording Errors through the General Journal

8. Closing the Ledger
General Journal
Process for Balancing a Ledger
Posting a General Journal Entry
The General Journal and Subsidiary Ledgers
Debtors Subsidiary ledger
Recording Returns of Supplies or Materials to Creditors
Recording Credit Purchases of Non-Current Assets
Recording the Contribution or Withdrawal of Assets by an Owner
Contra, or Offsetting, Entries
Correcting Recording Errors through the General Journal

9. Profit and Loss Statement
Two methods of dealing with ledger accounts
Final Accounts Closing the general ledger
Profit and Loss account
Closing the Ledger account
The General Journal and Closing Entries
The General Journal, Transfer of Net Profit
Accounting for Net Loss

10. Depreciation on Non-current Assets
Scope and Nature of Profit and Loss Statement
Preparing a Profit and Loss statement
Link between Profit and Loss and the Balance Sheet
Assessing Net Profit figure
Rate of Return
Return on owners Equity
Gearing
Net Profit ratio
Direct and Indirect Expenses
Gross Margin
Functional Classification
Extraordinary Revenues and expenditures
Calculating Cost of Materials Used

11. Profit Determination and Balance Day Adjustments
Scope and Nature of Depreciation
Depreciation of Non current assets
Methods of Calculation Depreciation
The Straight Line Method of Depreciation
The Reducing Balance Method of Depreciation
Production Units (Units of Use) Method of Depreciation
Other Methods
Asset Registers
Disposal of Non current assets
Amortisation of Intangible assets
Cash Control: Bank Reconciliation and Petty Cash
Adjustments to Final accounts
Accruals and Pre Payments
Bad Debts
Depreciation
Treatment of Discounts
Balance day Adjustments and Profit Determination
Cash Accounting
The modified cash Method
Accrual accounting
Prepaid Expenses
Accrued Expenses
Prepaid revenue
Accrued revenue
Adjusting for Stocks of Supplies
Ten Column Multiple worksheets
Alternative approach to Recording Prepayments
A More Comprehensive Treatment of Trial Balance
Partnerships
Companies
Clubs and Non Profit Making Organisation
Ways of Handling money

12. Cash Control: Bank reconciliations and petty cash
Petty Cash book example
Bank Transactions and the cash book
Bank reconciliation statements
Methods of Controlling Cash
The Cash Cycle
Liquidity and Cash Flow
Points of interest for Professional Bookkeeping

13. Cash Control: Budgeting
Nature of a Budget
Types of Business Budgets
Schedules for Collections from Debtors
Cash Budgets and Decision Making
Budget Performance Reports

Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Course Code: BBS103
Duration: 100 hours
Qualification: Certificate
Exam: Optional

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This session is taught online

When

This is a self paced course. The course coordinator will contact you shortly after your enrollment to help you get started.

Where

Online

Price: $693.00

 

Notes:

International: $630.00 AUD
Australia: $693.00 AUD
(Includes GST)


The teachers

Careerline Courses is an online school delivering education and networking opportunities no matter where in the world...

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Careerline Courses is an online school delivering education and networking opportunities no matter where in the world you are.
Having been involved in the delivery of online courses for as long as the delivery of online courses has been technologically possible; company director Honor McGregor has finally taken the bull by the horns (or the server by the wires) and set up Careerline Courses. Careerline Courses offers material that has been developed over thirty years, and tested on thousands of students around the world, in a manner that is fresh and easy for students to engage with.  
Careerline Courses is a techno savvy online course provider, offering short courses certificates and diplomas in pretty much every subject you could want. This includes; IT, Horticulture, Hydroponics, Anatomy, Zoo Keeping, Creative Writing, Journalism, Photography, Wedding Planning, Business Management, Psychology, Animal Health, Agriculture and much more. You can study from home at your own pace no matter where in the world you are.  
 

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