Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping will develop skills and knowledge relating to accounting, finance and bookkeeping if you are going to start your career in Accountancy or Bookkeeping in the private, public or voluntary sector or would like to study further education in the same subject area. By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Develop key skills relating to accountancy and bookkeeping.
Prepare financial statements (including Income Statement, Statement of Financial Position in accordance with relevant rules and regulations.
Prepare cash flow statement and the shareholders’ equity account.
Understand the role of bookkeeper
Process, track and manage customers and suppliers, transactions, stock, inventory, receipts and payments.
Apply accountancy and financial tools and techniques to assess any company’s financial performance with an effective and efficient decision-making skills.
Description of Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping
Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping includes only one module which covers key topics relating to Accountancy and Bookkeeping to meet above learning objectives.
Continuous professional development (CPD)
Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping provides continuous professional development to individuals. 1 hour of learning will give you 1 CPD point.
How will you study?
Our learning portal will be available to your study 24/7. You can use your Desktop Computer, Laptop, Mobile or Tablet anytime in a flexible learning environment to study entirely online.
Assessment methods include Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and/or short questions.
Results and Certificate
You will get your MCQs results instantly after you complete the test while short questions result, and certificates will be issued within 3 working days.
Who is this course for?
Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping is useful for individuals from all over the world who are already on job for professional development or re-entering employment after a period of absence and for those who are seeking a career change to accountancy and bookkeeping.
This qualification is open to all learners without any entry restrictions e.g. there’s no need for any prior accounting or bookkeeping knowledge.
Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping holders can have careers to work as an Accounts Assistant, Administrator, Accounting and Finance Officer, Cashier, Clerical Assistant, Revenue or Expense officer, or Bookkeeper.
Accounting and Bookkeeping Key Terms
Transaction Analysis and Double-entry Accounting
Shareholders’ Equity Accounts
The Trial Balance
Tracking Cash, Receipts, Managing Sales and Purchases
Cash Registers, Managing Inventory and Buying and Monitoring Office Supplies
Paying and Tracking
Decision Making with Financial Analysis
Test – Level 2 Certificate in Accounting and Bookkeeping
Level 2 Certificate in Accountancy and Bookkeeping Worksheet