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Course Learning Outcomes
The Pearson LCCI level 2 Diploma in Bookkeeping & Accounting benefits students who require accurate bookkeeping records. It also provides skills to students who work in, or want to work in accounting environments where they will be required to produce cost information. As all
businesses require accurate accounting records that need to be maintained on a regular basis, this course provides the necessary skills that is required of them to fit in the demands of the accounting industry. This course will also allow progression to LCCI Level 3 accounting
qualifications such as LCCI Level 3 Diploma in Accounting and Finance. The course will also benefit students who run their own business or those who need to carry out their own bookkeeping or those already working in the accounting field and would like to enhance their skills.
Pearson LCCI Level 2 Diploma in Bookkeeping & Accounting（Part-time）
- Level 2 Bookkeeping & Accounts(VRQ)
Subject outline: Balancing accounts, purchases/sales/returns ledger, trading, profit account and balance sheet. This Subject will give students the opportunity to develop an understanding or the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions. It will also give students the ability to prepare and interpret accounts for sole traders, Partnerships/Limited companies, manufacturing and non-profit making organisations.
- Level 2 Computerized Bookkeeping(VRQ)
Subject outline: Entering and amending company data, processing routine transactions/Non-routine Transaction, Bank accounts reconciliation.This Subject is designed to increase student’s employability by teaching them skills of a variety of roles involving accurate data ecording such as bookkeeping in a company’s finance department. It also supports students who run their own businesses and carry out their own bookkeeping or those who are already working in accounting and who would like to enhance their skills by obtaining a formal qualification.
- Level 2 Cost & Accounting(VRQ)
Subject outline: Basic terminology and cost classification, costing for materials/labour/overheads/methods, marginal costing, accounting systems. This subject provides the key knowledge and understanding of the role of cost accountingin business; costs relating to labour, material and overheads; marginal costing, coding systems and the role of management information systems in organisations. It also introduce students to the principle of decision making for Management Accounting to prepare them for Pearson Level 3 Certificate in Cost and Management Accounting qualification
Upon Completing this Course students will be able to find jobs such as account assistant, if students want to upgrade themselves they can consider going in the LCCI Level 3 to improve their accounting skills and knowledge.Accounts assistants
provide administrative support to accountants, undertake clerical tasks such as typing, filing, making phone calls, handling mail and basic bookkeeping. Working directly for an accountant, accounting manager or finance manager (or a small team of them), accounts assistants help to maintain the office and keep it running smoothly. Besides helping the manager, accounts assistants also deal with customers and external agencies.
Other duties and responsibilities of the job include:
- Working with spread sheets, sales and purchase ledgers and journals.
- Preparing statutory accounts.
- Calculating and checking to make sure payments, amounts and records are correct.
- Sorting out incoming and outgoing daily post and answering any queries.
- Managing petty cash transactions.
- Controlling credit and chasing debt.
- Reconciling finance accounts and direct debits.
Teacher-Student ratio is 1:20
||At least an overall pass in
Sec2 level with
Book-Keeping Level 1
|At least a pass in Sec2 Level English in
home country or obtain English
Language proficiency with 40% marks
in JE College English Language
Fees & Funding
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