| Computers : Introduction to Xero
In this introductory course you will learn invoice, bank reconciliation, contacts, inventory, quotes, expense claims and reporting and formulating BAS statements using Xero Accounting Software. BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports BSBFIA301 Maintain financial records FSKDIG03 Use digital technology for routine workplace tasks
Westfield Penrith on Monday
Beginning 13/5/2019 from 18:30:00 to 20:30:00
for 8 Weeks
$320 Your training may be subsidised by the NSW Government. Contact the College to check your eligibility.
** This Course is Nationally Recognised Accredited Training. See the Description for the Units of Competency included **
Topics Covered include:
Maintain daily financial records, identify and rectify discrepancies and record debit and credit transactions Maintain the general ledger, post transaction to the general ledger, reconcile system for accounts payable and receivable and prepare trial balance Produce an asset register, record entries for balance day adjustments, prepare financial reports reconcile error and apply double entry principles Prepare a register of property, plant and equipment, determine method of calculating depreciation and maintain the asset register Record depreciation, adjust expense and revenue accounts, record bad and doubtful debt, adjust ledger accounts Make general journal entries, post income and expenditure balances and prepare final general ledger accounts Make general journal entries, post income and expenditure balances and prepare final general ledger accounts Record accurately cash flow, make and receive payments, method of following up outstanding account, check all documentation for accuracy Learn the skills and knowledge required to use digital technology to undertake routine workplace tasks Identify task and purpose, audience and presentation requirements. Using technology perform and review task
BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports and BSBFIA301 maintain financial records
On the first session bring
Notebook and pen. Please wear warm clothing in Autumn and Winter as the air conditioning can be cold.
and purchase during the course
Special Issues To Note
NCC Code: 81XERE219