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Bookkeeping

International Career Institute

  • Online Location

  • Any Time Start Date

  • 14 weeks Duration

  • Flexible Study Mode

  • £798.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

There are certain skills you need to become a successful bookkeeper. The ICI bookkeeping program designed in conjunction with the federal government and bookkeeping industry helps you learn them quickly and conveniently.

There are certain skills you need to become a successful bookkeeper. The ICI bookkeeping program designed in conjunction with the federal government and bookkeeping industry helps you learn them quickly and conveniently.

Course Content

1FNS1 Prepare financial statements

This unit covers the competency to identify skills and outcomes with the development of financial reports for non-corporate organisations which are not reporting entities

2FNS2 Maintain asset and inventory records

This unit covers the competencies needed to set up and use an asset register

3FNS3 Develop and implement policies and practices relevant to bookkeeping activities

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop, implement and maintain policies and practices to ensure that a quality service is provided in relation to bookkeeping activities

4FNS4 Establish and maintain a cash accounting system

This unit involves the process of both establishing and maintaining a cash accounting system for an organisation, or organisations. It relates to activities undertaken when an individual first carries out activities or services for an organisation, as well as maintaining cash accounts on an ongoing basis

5FNS5 Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system

This unit requires the application of skills and knowledge to reconcile and monitor an accrual accounting system. The unit encompasses setting up accounting systems; establishing debtors and creditors, bad debt and contra entries; reconciliations; reviewing compliance terms and conditions; planning a recovery action and preparing reports; and filing of documentation

6FNS6 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasksThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to carry out tasks related to Business Activity Statements (BAS) and Instalment Activity Statements (IAS), including the completion of Activity Statements

7FNS7 Communicate in the workplace

This unit covers the competency of written and oral communication in the work environment

8FNS8 Use technology in the workplace

These units cover the competencies to effectively and effectively use technology and equipment in the workplace

9FNS9 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

This unit covers the fundamental skills needed for employment and the application of industry and company procedures, guidelines, policies, and standards in a daily work context within the financial services industry

10Bookkeeping I & II (Short Course Units)

Introduction to bookkeeping/bookkeeping principles

1FNS1 Prepare financial statements

This unit covers the competency to identify skills and outcomes with the development of financial reports for non-corporate organisations which are not reporting entities

2FNS2 Maintain asset and inventory records

This unit covers the competencies needed to set up and use an asset register

3FNS3 Develop and implement policies and practices relevant to bookkeeping activities

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop, implement and maintain policies and practices to ensure that a quality service is provided in relation to bookkeeping activities

4FNS4 Establish and maintain a cash accounting system

This unit involves the process of both establishing and maintaining a cash accounting system for an organisation, or organisations. It relates to activities undertaken when an individual first carries out activities or services for an organisation, as well as maintaining cash accounts on an ongoing basis

5FNS5 Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system

This unit requires the application of skills and knowledge to reconcile and monitor an accrual accounting system. The unit encompasses setting up accounting systems; establishing debtors and creditors, bad debt and contra entries; reconciliations; reviewing compliance terms and conditions; planning a recovery action and preparing reports; and filing of documentation

6FNS6 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasksThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to carry out tasks related to Business Activity Statements (BAS) and Instalment Activity Statements (IAS), including the completion of Activity Statements

7FNS7 Communicate in the workplace

This unit covers the competency of written and oral communication in the work environment

8FNS8 Use technology in the workplace

These units cover the competencies to effectively and effectively use technology and equipment in the workplace

9FNS9 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

This unit covers the fundamental skills needed for employment and the application of industry and company procedures, guidelines, policies, and standards in a daily work context within the financial services industry

10Bookkeeping I & II (Short Course Units)

Introduction to bookkeeping/bookkeeping principles

Available Dates

Location Start Date Price  

Online

Flexible, 14 weeks

Any Time

£798.00

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Online

Flexible, 24 weeks

Any Time

£998.00

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Entry Requirements

There are no prerequisites to enroll in the course.

There are no prerequisites to enroll in the course.

Assessment Methods

At the end of certain modules, you will be assessed via project-based or written assessment tasks. You are to submit these assessments to your tutor who will mark and return your submissions. You will find the submission link on the course page. The process is repeated until you have completed all the assessment tasks.

At the end of certain modules, you will be assessed via project-based or written assessment tasks. You are to submit these assessments to your tutor who will mark and return your submissions. You will find the submission link on the course page. The process is repeated until you have completed all the assessment tasks.

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