VOC-BUS-2000 Bookkeeping and Accounting

Course Code: VOC-BUS-2000

Course Length: Self-Paced

Course Credits: 56.45

Course Description:

This module provides you with an introduction to the importance of accounting in a business or for personal use. Topics addressed include: the expectations of an employer and the skills necessary to record transactions and prepare key financial reports for the company management. The module emphasizes the importance of accuracy in thorough record keeping and the importance of ethics in accounting to prepare learners for handling the fundamental aspects of a company’s financial record keeping, including recording financial transactions, managing the closing process and readying the books and records for the next year’s accounting cycle. This module is designed to increase the learner’s knowledge of the accounting cycle. including recording financial transactions, managing accounts payable and receivable, reconciling bank statements, and completing annual tax forms. This module takes you in depth into the process of recording transactions specific to the payroll operation. In addition, you will learn how to reconcile cash, deal with credit notes and refunds as well as manage accounts receivable and bad debts. This module in combination with Accounting Fundamentals will help prepare participants to sit for the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers (NACPB) Uniform Bookkeeper Certification. This certification helps validate your knowledge and skill level of accounting to potential employers.