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209 Bookkeeping Training Courses

See also: Corporate Finance, Budgeting, Computerised Accounting for Business, Cash Flow, Computerised Payroll for Business, Accounting Technicians (AAT & CAT), Computerised Bookkeeping, Tax Accounting, Management Accounting, and Balance Sheet.

See also: Corporate Finance, Budgeting, and Computerised Accounting for Business.


Bookkeeping Course

Logo Souters Training

Course Times 10:30 to 16:30 (two day tuition) which will be followed by an assessment. This can be defered to a later date to enable more t…


ICB Level II - Certificate in Bookkeeping (Classroom Blended)

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This blended learning course that involves attending one-to-one tutorials with your tutor and completing practical exercises at your own co…


ICB Level II Manual Bookkeeping (Distance)

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An experienced financial professional and trainer supports you taking this course. The professional experience of your tutor, who will be q…


Level 2 BookKeeping Fast Track

Logo Professional Accountancy Tutors

The AAT Level 2 Bookkeeping fast track course is offerred to individuals with some experience in accounting or with relevant qualifications…


IAB Level 3 Computerised Bookkeeping

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This level gives candidates the necessary skills to undertake activities which will include entry of complex business transactions, and rou…


ICB Level 1 Certificate in Basic Bookkeeping

Logo Bridge Training Solutions

Syllabus Information Type of Examination: Timed online assessment at home Prior Knowledge: No prior bookkeeping knowledge is assumed but ca…


Level 1 Certificate in Book-keeping (VRQ) 500/3159/4

Logo British Institute for Accounting & Management (BIAM)

The overall aim of this qualification is to accredit candidates’ knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles concerned in the…


Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping (QCF) 601/0470/3

Logo Bridge Training Solutions

This qualification is part of the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF), which became fully operational in September 2010. Qualification…


IAB Level 3 Certificate in Book-Keeping

Logo Woodgrove Tutorials

Who is the course for? The IAB Bookkeeping qualifications are specifically designed to appeal to those who are aspiring to become, or who a…


Introduction to Book-keeping

Logo Elearn UK

Book-keeping is the activity of keeping accurate records of all movements of money or of things with value that take place in a particular …


IAB Level 2 Award in Manual Book-keeping

Logo Bromley College of F&HE

General information The IAB is the longest established professional body for Book-keeping. It was formed in 1973, and is committed to maint…


Exam Companion - Bookkeeping Level 2 (Manual)

Logo The BPST Partnership

The Bookkeeping Level 2 (Manual) Examination Companion includes 5 full mock exams with solutions. These papers are written in a similar for…


Bookkeeping Level 2

Logo Adult Learning Academy

Course Description The Bookkeeping Level 2 qualification are for people who either own their own businesses or who are working within a rol…


IAB Level 3 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping

Logo North East Scotland College

The IAB Level 3 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping aims to: Act as enhanced understanding of financial record keeping and accounting using co…


Accounting - (Bookkeeping & Accounts)

Logo Birmingham metropolitan college

This is a short 13-week course, hence we will require you to attend all sessions. You will be required to do homework and self study outsid…

What is a Bookkeeper?

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Bookkeeping is an essential part of the accounting process, focusing on the recording of financial transactions i.e. activities. Transactions can be anything from purchases, sales, receipts, payments, etc.

Bookkeepers are responsible for ensuring all transactions are recorded in the correct day book, suppliers ledger, customer ledger and general ledger.

Bookkeeping's objective is simply to record and summarise financial transactions into a usable and understandable form that provides financial information about a business or an individual.

Why learn Bookkeeping?

In order to run a business and know when to take corrective actions requires business information. How do you get and where do you find this information? This information can be found in accurate and current records about your business financial activities (bookkeeping).

With a recognised bookkeeping qualification, you can opt to:

  • Enrol onto a higher education course to further your accountancy career
  • Start a business as a Registered Bookkeeper - providing financial skills to a wide range of industries
  • Get a job as a bookkeeper or payroll clerk in an accountancy firm

How do I get qualified?

You can study a range of level 1-4 certified bookkeeping, payroll and accounting training courses.