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Business ICT

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This is a practical part-time programme designed to provide those students who already either work in a junior role in accounts or finance - or those who are interested in doing so - with the skills, knowledge and understanding required to obtain and succeed in that role.

Within the modules, you can expect to study:

  • Bookkeeping Transactions and Bookkeeping Controls: these cover the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, the documents, accounting systems and procedures used by accountants on a day-to-day basis
  • Elements of costing: this covers a range of techniques used to calculate the way in which businesses cost up and set prices for goods and services
  • Using Accounting Software: this covers the use of SAGE packages
  • Working Effectively in Accounts: this module covers office culture and administration as well as revisiting the topics covered in the bookkeeping and costing modules

This is a practical one-year study programme designed to provide students, interested in working in accounts or finance, with the skills, knowledge and understanding required to obtain employment as an accounts junior.

At Level 1, you can expect to study Essential Accounting Procedures, Mathematics For Accounting, Accounting In a Professional Environment and Creating Business Documents. These will provide an initial introduction to the world of accounting and are primarily designed to ensure that students who have never been in full-time employment in an office have the basic knowledge required to study the Level 2 Certificate in Accounting.

At Level 2 you can expect to study:

  • Bookkeeping Transactions and Bookkeeping Controls: these cover the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, the documents, accounting systems and procedures used by accountants on a day-to-day basis
  • Elements of costing: this covers a range of techniques used to calculate the way in which businesses cost up and set prices for goods and services
  • Using Accounting Software: this covers the use of SAGE packages
  • Working Effectively in Accounts: this module covers office culture and administration as well as revisiting the topics covered in the bookkeeping and costing modules

Students will also undertake, as part of their study programme, modules designed to develop their employability skills – including problem-solving, self-reliance and teamwork.

This is a practical one year study programme designed to provide students with the skills, knowledge and understanding required to obtain employment to work in accounts and finance. The qualification also provides UCAS points equivalent to 2 A Levels at grade C should students be thinking of applying to university.

The modules you can expect to study are:

  • Advanced Bookkeeping: This examines the adjustments that might need to be made to an initial trial balance before the final accounts can be produced
  • Final Accounts Preparation: This covers sole traders, partnerships and the preparation of financial statements from incomplete records
  • Management and Costing: This examines the measurement and control of material, labour and overhead costs, different approaches to costing and short/long-term decision-making
  • Indirect Tax: This covers the rules and regulation surrounding VAT and includes the completion of VAT Returns
  • Advanced Diploma Synoptic: This module covrs the use of Excel Spreadsheets, Professional Ethics and revisits the bookkeeping and costing units

Students will also undertake modules designed to develop their employability skills – including problem-solving, self-reliance and teamwork. On this course students aged 16-18 receive free membership of the AAT.

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