Course Name - Book-keeping Manual and Computerised 5N1354
Award -Minor Award Level 5
The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skills and competence to produce and maintain accurate bookkeeping records for a range of organisations, using manual and computerised systems.
It is suitable for:
Learners will be able to:
1 Explain the key terminology associated with the recording and maintenance of bookkeeping records, using manual and computerised systems
2 Outline the advantages and disadvantages of a computerised system over a manual one for record keeping purposes
3 Complete the books of first entry with appropriate VAT and departmental analysis from the information contained in a range of source documents to include; invoices, credit notes, bank records, petty cash vouchers
4 Post the information from the daybooks to the appropriate accounts in the ledgers
5 Extract a trial balance at the end of an accounting period
6 Prepare a Bank Reconciliation Statement from data supplied
7 Prepare the end-of-period VAT Return in accordance with the requirements of the Revenue Commissioners
8 Process all tasks as per the manual ones using an accounts package, comparing manual and computerised results
9 Analyse tasks completed making appropriate corrections to any errors and editing of data as directed
10 Print a selection of reports after backing up computerised data on a suitable medium.
Entry Requirements (If Relevant, Garda Vetting Info etc )
None. Just an interest in book-keeping and availability to attend classes and devote the necessary time outside class to complete the work required for achievement.
Catherine Silke is a Business graduate from the University of Limerick and a qualified Chartered Accountant. She has also completed a Professional Diploma in Further Education in NUIG. As a teacher her main goal is to help learners to achieve the programme learning aims and outcomes. She will ensure a diligent and conscientious approach to the preparation of relevant and appropriate lesson material that is pitched at a level suitable for the learners. However, she is mindful that many adult learners are lifelong participants and flourish in a social learning setting where participation and interaction with other learners is essential for motivation and achievement. Creating an environment that promotes these goals and adopting teaching methods and strategies that encourage contributions and relationship building will facilitate this end.
Gretb email address: Catherine.email@example.com
Materials needed: pen, paper, calculator & folder with dividers