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Computerised Accounts (Level 1 & 2 Award)

City and Guilds
Business

Course Overview

This qualification will enable learners to operate computerised accounts software to carry out routine accounting tasks. These will include being able to create accounts, process accounting transactions in respect of the sales, purchase, and general ledgers, understanding how to use batch control sheets and being able to produce financial/accounting reports for management purposes.
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    15 Weeks
  • Campus
    Strand Road

Important Message

Applications/Enrolment now Closed for this year

Available Sessions

  • Course
    Campus
    Type
    Start Date
    Fees
  • Course: City and Guilds Levels 1 & 2 Award in Computerised Accounts Ref D040
    Campus: Strand Road
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date:
    (Thu:1:15PM-5:15PM /)
    Fees:
    Full £96.00
    Concession £38.00
    Examination £67.00

Course Offering

  • Site location Strand Road
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

No formal qualifications are necessary at Level 1 but experience in operating a PC is an advantage

Additional Information

This qualification is designed for those wanting to enter or progress in the field of computerised accounts. They help learners gain practical skills in using computerised accounts software to produce accurate, professional, and well-presented accounts employing an appropriate range of accounting activities. Candidates who are studying the City and Guilds Levels 1 & 2 Award in Book-keeping and Accounts (Manual) qualification will find it useful to study this qualification in parallel, to enhance their understanding of the subject.

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