Improve your overall ability to keep accurate bookkeeping records and optimise your levels of productivity. By doing a Pastel Accounting programme, you will learn the ease of use of the Pastel software which has made it the business accounting tool, used in most companies in South African today. This programme will expose you to areas such as setting up a company, entering transactions and posting it to the general ledger as well as stock control, bank reconciliation and year-end adjustments.
Course Duration: 12 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Cash Fee: R4390 (Fees on terms are also available)
Face to face
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- Individuals who keep financial records for small and medium businesses such as Bookkeepers;
- Bookkeepers who has been working on a manual bookkeeping system and need to move towards electronic bookkeeping software;
- For those who need to be Pastel certified and/ or upgrade to Pastel version 11.
College Campus is an educational brand of the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The Pastel Accounting short learning programme (SLP) certificate is certified by The IIE. College Campus is an authorised training centre for Pastel. Upon completion of the College Campus examination, the student is encouraged to write the external Pastel certification which in turn will allow a student to be registered for credits with FASSET. Employers in both the private and public sectors value the skills obtained from students who have studied Pastel Accounting at College Campus.
The programme is presented at NQF level 5, with 7 potential academic credits.
Learning Unit 1: Creating a company
Learning Unit 2: Master file accounts
Learning Unit 3: Inventory
Learning Unit 4: Purchase orders & supplier invoices
Learning Unit 5: Customer orders, invoices and credit notes
Learning Unit 6: Cash book (Cash Receipt Journal and Cash Payment Journal)
Learning Unit 7: Bank reconciliation
Learning Unit 8: Month- and year-end procedures
Learning Unit 9: Companies
Learning Unit 10: General ledger and take on balances
Learning Unit 11: Opening balances