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Bookkeeping (Intermediate Level)
"Fra Luca Pacioli, the inventor of double-entry bookkeeping…has probably had
more influence on human life than has Dante or Michelangelo"
-- Herbert J Muller

[ ]Course objective

[ ]By the end of this bookkeeping course you will be able to identify double-entry bookkeeping
[ ]errors and be able to prepare a trial balance with confidence.

[ ]Course content
[Bullet 1]  Using journals: write-offs, suspense accounts
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[Bullet 1]  Accruals & prepayments, accrued income & deferred income
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[Bullet 1]  Posting salaries, corporation tax and VAT payments
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[Bullet 1]  Bad and doubtful debt provisions
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[Bullet 1]  Stock valuations - FIFO, LIFO and standard cost
[ ]
[Bullet 1]  Profit/loss on foreign exchange transactions
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[Bullet 1]  Fixed assets and depreciation - profit/loss on disposal of assets
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[Bullet 1]  Preparing a trial balance and identifying errors
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[Bullet 1]  Using an extended trial balance
[ ]Each attendee will receive:
[Bullet 1]  a full set of course notes;
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[Bullet 1]  further examples for practice; and
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[Bullet 1]  help, if required, from the tutor once they have completed the course.
[ ]Who will benefit?
[ ]
Our Intermediate level Bookkeeping Course is suitable for accounts assistants, accounts payable staff, bookkeepers, credit controllers and graduate trainees.

It will also benefit those about to start professional exams (AAT, CIMA, ACCA), and may prove a useful refresher course if you have exemptions from foundation papers.

It is recommended that you attend the Introduction to Bookkeeping Course first.

[ ]Duration: One day

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The Intermediate level Bookkeeping course is also available as an in-house course and can be tailored to meet any specific requirements that you may have.

   "The course was very well structured and was aimed at things I wanted to learn
and that I use day to day"
Accounts Assistant, Martin Greene Ravden

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