ICB Level II - Computerised Bookkeeping BBS312

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ICB Level II - Computerised Bookkeeping BBS312

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Learn how to operate a computerised accounts package. The Level 2 computerised course is suitable for students who wish to learn how to operate a computerised accounts package from the beginning or develop your existing knowledge.

Benefits of this course

In today s world most accounts are recorded on computer. In this module you\'ll learn how to operate a computerised accounts package from the begining or develop your existing knowledge. The units offered are aimed at those who wish to use Sage Instant Accounts.

The course is divided into five lessons, each of which covers different topics. The first four lessons deal with a single business and work through an accounting period. You will lea…

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Learn how to operate a computerised accounts package. The Level 2 computerised course is suitable for students who wish to learn how to operate a computerised accounts package from the beginning or develop your existing knowledge.

Benefits of this course

In today s world most accounts are recorded on computer. In this module you\'ll learn how to operate a computerised accounts package from the begining or develop your existing knowledge. The units offered are aimed at those who wish to use Sage Instant Accounts.

The course is divided into five lessons, each of which covers different topics. The first four lessons deal with a single business and work through an accounting period. You will learn how to start a set of accounts, enter bank and cash transactions, set up suppliers and customers and deal with credit purchases and sales, reconcile the bank and produce a simple set of final accounts for a sole trader.

Lesson 5 covers a separate business, showing you how to enter opening balances and to deal with adjustments and year end processes. If you can already operate a computerised accounting package but need to revise or develop further skills this is an excellent course and qualification to add to your CV.

The course uses Sage Instant Accounts software. This is ideal for the beginner and can be used later on with the Diploma in Payroll Management. The tution fee includes a fully licensed version of the Sage Instant Accounts software.

Prerequisites.

The ICB Level I Basic Bookkeeping and Level I Manual Bookkeeping Certificate or equivalent must have been completed prior to being able to sit the examination for this course.

Tution cost: £355 and includes:

  • Sage Instant Accounts software
  • Workbook
  • Course lessons
  • Assignments
  • Unlimited Exam practice
  • Access to additonal learning resources
  • Unlimited Tutor support ‚Äì vital to your success
  • ICB exam fee: £25
  • Student Registration fee £25


No hidden costs.

Duration: 50 hours

Exams.
The exam is completed at home (home-based) and takes the form of a paper question booklet which is posted to the student at home for completion and return within two weeks. The student must have their own accounting software package (Sage Instant Accounts is included in the cost of course). The Institute posts assignments to students every Friday andresults are posted directly to the student within one calendar month of receipt of a completed answer paper. If an examination is not returned within the deadline period, the examination will begraded as a Fail and the student must apply for a new examination and pay any necssary fees.

Learning Goals
You\'ll learn how to operate a computerised accounts package, run through a business accounting period and enter opening balances, deal with adjustments and year end processes.

Course Structure Lesson 1
  • Learn how to install the software
  • Set up a business and change the accounts layout
  • How to enter transactions through a bank account
  • Print out bank reports
  • Developing a trial balance and correct basic errors
  • Making regular back ups and how to restore a previously backed-up file

Lesson 2
  • Setting up a cash account
  • Explaining how to deal with purchases and sales
  • Transfers between bank accounts
  • Basic journal entries
  • Credit cards
  • Drawings and loans
  • Reconcile bank account against bank statement

Lesson 3
  • Credit transactions including: setting up suppliers, customers details and entering invoices and payments.
  • Note: this unit covers the entering of details from a pre-printed invoice, it does not cover the set up of a sales invoice from scratch - for this topic you will needl lesson 5.
  • Correction of errors and petty cash.

Lesson 4
  • VAT Returns and final accounts.
  • Produce and check the VAT return,
  • Reconcile the VAT figures
  • Make the various required journal entries to the account.
  • Explains the various sections of the documents
  • How to produce and print out the final account
  • How to close down the accounts at the year end
  • Note: year end adjustments to the accounts is covered in unit 5

Lesson 5
  • Revision lesson covering most of the topics from lessons 1 to 4
  • It shows how to set up an on-going business with opening balances
  • Set up a system for invoicing directly from Sage
  • Various adjustments to the final accounts
  • Disposal of fixed assets,
  • Accruals and prepayments,
  • Depreciation and provision for a bad debt
  • Sage Instant Accounts


The software supplied for this course is a fully operational, single licence version of Sage Instant Accounts.
Note: Lessons are normally supplied on a CD-Rom with the material in pdf format. As an alternative, we can provide a printed copy of the study material for an additional price of £35 to cover printing, binding and postage. If you wish to take advantage of this, please select the Printed Version Option from the drop down menu.

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