| Bookkeeping for Small Business
This course will teach you the basic principles of bookkeeping necessary for small business, including GST. The emphasis will be on preparing a full set of manual accounting records and taking these through to Profit and Loss. BSBFIA301 Maintain financial records BSBFIA303 Process accounts payable and receivable BSBFIA304 Maintain a general ledger
Westfield Penrith on Monday
Beginning 29/7/2019 from 18:30:00 to 20:30:00
for 8 Weeks
$195 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:
Chart of Accounts, manage and reconcile petty cash system, cash register float, business start-up general journal entries. Brief History of double entry bookkeeping, the accounting equation, accounting terms, the accounting process. Prepare journal entries from real life business transactions Prepare journal entries from real life business transactions, prepare accounts receivable statement of accounts and reconcile accounts payable. Prepare journal entries from real life business transactions, Reconcile cash register float , pay casual wages Post to bank account ledger account, reconcile cashbook and prepare bank reconciliation, enter balance day adjustments, post to ledger accounts. Post to ledger accounts. Prepare balance day worksheet, Prepare profit and loss report and balance sheet report. Complete assessment / workbook activities, revision and recap Prepare general journal entries, post GJ engries and reconcile accounts. Prepare trial balance.
The skills to maintain manual accounting records, prepare bas, Profit and loss and balance sheet reports.
On the first session bring
Pen, pencil, eraser, ruler, calculator, exercise book. If you are running late for your evening course please ring the bell at the right hand side of the door. Please wear warm clothing in Autumn and Winter as the air conditioning can be cold.
Items to be purchased during the course
Special Issues To Note
NCC Code: 81BOOE319