Financial Accounting (Advanced Bookkeeping)
You have mastered the foundational knowledge of Bookkeeping and are ready to learn how to report on the financial position of an organisation by means of financial statements, adjustments and balances. By understanding the statutory and accounting implications evident in different types of organisations such as Sole Proprietors, Partnerships, Closed Corporations or Companies, you will be able to report accurately according to Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP) which refer to the standard guidelines for accounting within the financial sector.
Course Duration: 14 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Cash Fee: R5090 (Fees on terms are also available)
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- Bookkeepers already familiar with the rules and procedures of accounting up to trial balance and wish to build on their skills by reporting the financial position of the organisation and/or learn about transactions pertaining to year-end adjustments;
- A person responsible for finances within a business such as a small business owner, an entrepreneur, the department manager or administrator who wants to carry out the entire bookkeeping function;
- Individual who want to formalise their current knowledge and skills by means of a certificate.
College Campus is an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The Financial Accounting short learning programme (SLP) certificate is certified by The IIE and endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Business Management (CIBM). Employers in both the private and public sectors value the skills obtained from students who have studied Financial Accounting at College Campus.
Learning Unit 1: Year-end adjustments to balances and the introduction to financial statements of a Sole Proprietor
Learning Unit 2: Partnerships
Learning Unit 3: Close corporations (CC’s)
Learning Unit 4: Introduction to companies (Pty Ltd)
Learning Unit 5: Cash flow statements (using the direct method)