This course is designed for entry-level students looking to kickstart their careers in the field of bookkeeping.
The Industry Certificate in Bookkeeping guides students on the basics of collecting information, recording events, and organising records to make better decisions. Accountants use the financial transactions recorded in ledgers or “books” to create a company’s income statement and balance sheet.
Students will be introduced to the essential skills and concepts of bookkeeping and accounting. They will gain practical skills in numeracy including learning about rearranging simple equations as well as some important calculator skills. Additionally, they will acquire knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles that underpin bookkeeping and accounting as well as the components of a journal entry—debits and credits—and the essential questions a bookkeeper/accountant asks in reviewing those transactions.
Discover how money flows in personal and business environments and develop the skills to manage your finances with this online accounting and bookkeeping course from the School of Careers.
By the end of the course, students will be receiving multiple interview invitations from various organisations.
- Finance Clerk
- Administrative Assistant
- Accounting Secretary
- Had obtained a diploma/degree from a local university
- Able to learn using a computer desktop/laptop
- Stable internet connection with web cam and microphone
- Lecturing & mentoring
- Practical case studies & learning activities
- Group/individual projects