This qualification is the first step for students who want to study Bookkeeping skills for work, business and home. Please ensure you have at least E3/L1 English/ESOL and Maths
Students must be committed to attend the whole course, complete homework and take all of the assignments and exams.
This course covers the basic principles required in the use of a manual accounting system. Students will be introduced to basic manual book-keeping routines, banking procedures, recording receipts and payments. The course will also involve preparing and processing bookkeeping documents, recording credit transactions, making and receiving payments and maintaining petty cash records.
Demonstration using Smartboard through computer-linked projectors, exposition and discussion. One-to-one and Group work. Through tutor-guidance and hands-on experience, the completion of the course examination(s).
Examination. The tutor will closely monitor the students' work as well as questioning, observing progress, setting tasks and online questioning with diagnosis.
Materials are supplied free of charge by the Centre.
As much practice as possible to reinforce learning. This may be at home or elsewhere by accessing courseware online or from homework given by the tutor.
Mary Ward Centre courses: - Computerised Bookkeeping Level 1, Bookkeeping Level 2 or Payroll Level 1 (IAB) then Payroll Level 2 (IAB) and Accounting Level 3 (IAB).
Further Study with Mary Ward Centre.
Advice will be given by your tutor and you can visit or regular Advice and Guidance sessions for an assessment at Mary Ward Centre and Blackfriars Settlement.
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This qualification gives students an introduction to the practical elements of financial record keeping, giving the student the necessary skills to record financial transactions in a manual bookkeeping system. The course will involve an introduction to double entry bookkeeping and keeping double entry records, preparing a trial balance and preparing reconciliations. You will also learn the skills needed to carry out a range of basic day-to-day computerised bookkeeping routines and activities, using Sage computerised accounting software. Please click here (Right click to choose where you wish to save it to) to complete a short assessment form and email it to us: Download the form here in word format
This course covers manual and computerised payroll processing. The IAB Level 2 Certificate in Payroll is specifically designed to appeal to those who are aspiring to become professional payroll administrators for a variety of businesses. The Level 2 qualification is primarily designed for those who: • have achieved the IAB Level 1 Award in Payroll, have some previous general knowledge of payroll procedures now wish to increase their skills and knowledge to that required of payroll processors prior to employment have previously worked in payroll and have not received a qualification. wish to return to working in payroll and need to update their knowledge. Please click here (Right click to choose where you wish to save it to) to complete a short assessment form and email it to us: Download the form here in word format
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