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1 CITY SCHOOL LIMITED Specialist in Accountancy Training and Education for Students and Professionals Tel: +44 (0) Mobile: +44 (0) e:

2 CONTENTS n About City School Ltd n CSL Timetable n Terms & Conditions ACCA Foundation Level Qualification AAT Courses n Diploma in Accounting (AAT Flagship Course) Introductory Level Intermediate Level Advanced Level n Advanced level in Taxation & Ethics n Bookkeeping and Computerised Accounting n Computerised Accounting n Small business courses and qualification n AAT essentials n Introductory award in Accounting Skills to run own business Other Courses n Hands on practical accounting training in Accounts Preparation using SAGE and VT n SAGE Line 50 Bookkeeping n Tax Returns, Self Assessments, Partnership and Corporation Tax n Spreadsheet for beginners n Find Us WHY CHOOSE CSL? n We offer small, friendly classes with a maximum class size of 6. n Students get personal individual attention. n We use qualified lecturers experienced in the business community n We offer practical based courses. n Our emphasis is on exam practise and more exam practise. n We offer day/evening/saturday courses. n CSL is an approved AAT centre.

3 ABOUT CSL CSL was established in 1995 to provide training and education to prospective Accounting technicians, Certified Accountants and others who wished to gain knowledge and attain competence in the use of various computer Accounting Packages. The school has since progressed and has incorporated short courses in Basic Accounting, Computerised Accounting including Personal and Business Tax, Sage Payroll and Excel for Accountants. Engaged on the CSL teaching and training programme are experienced, professionally qualified lecturers with good teaching and training skills to assist in preparing trainees towards their accounting examinations and in acquiring computing skills. Training is held in the evening, at the weekend and one full day a week and day-release. However, other times can be arranged on application. Our classes usually start during the second week of January and March for the June examinations and in July and September for the December examinations. Our study schemes enable trainees to plan ahead for the demanding examinations. We make every effort to ensure that maximum class room participation takes place and this involves discussions and written work on as many examinations type questions as possible. Our approach centres on acquisition of basic principles, examination question practise, practise and more practise. CSL TIMETABLE Our timetable is designed for evening, day release and Saturday courses. Evening lessons start from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, Saturday from 10:00 to 2:00. Day-Release and Evening courses are suitable for students in work who can attend only a limited number of days in the classroom e.g. one day per week. Normal hours are 10:00am to 4:00pm Evening classes are popular among students who are occupied during the day. Classes run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm Monday - Friday. Saturday lectures are from 10:00am to 2:00pm, designed for students who have difficulty in attending classes during the week, and/or for those who require tuition on additional courses. We strongly recommend that classroom attendance be part of each student s schedule of studies. Distance learning on its own or going it alone can be too taxing and time consuming without a tutor to guide you through the demanding syllabi. TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. There is a non-refundable registration fee of 80 payable upon registration. 2. To book a place on a course, either the full fee or a minimum deposit of 50% of the total course fee is required. 3. Course cancellations or deferrals must be received in writing at least two weeks prior to the course commencement date and administration charges will be incurred. 4. The school reserves the right to dismiss any student at any time for non-payment of fees. No fees will be refunded for any student dismissed under this section. 5. The school reserves the right to inform sponsors where a student has been removed under this section. 6. All fees include textbooks but exclude revision kits and amounts payable to the professional body for student registration, exemptions and examinations entries. 7. Fees are strictly non-refundable once the courses have commenced. 3

4 ACCA COURSES FAST-TRACK TO THE ACCA QUALIFICATION The Foundation level is the best preparation for the ACCA Qualification if you don t have any other qualification or experience. Complete the diploma and you can be automatically transferred onto the ACCA Qualification, free of charge, and given exemptions from the first three exams. FOUNDATION LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS Entry requirements None, it is open access. So if you do not have the entry requirements to start at the ACCA Qualification, you can start your studies here. If you are starting out in accounting and finance or already working in finance but have no formal qualifications, you can start your journey with ACCA at our foundations level. FAST AND FLEXIBLE With computer-based exams available throughout the year and paper exams twice a year, you could complete the entire Foundation Diploma and be registered as an ACCA student in less than 12 months. And there s no time limit for completing the exams. EXAM STRUCTURE The new ACCA Foundation Diploma consists of seven exams and the Foundations in Professionalism online module: FA1 Recording Financial Transactions MA1 Management Information FA2 Maintaining Financial Records MA2 Managing Costs and Finance FAB Accountant in Business FMA Management Accounting FFA Financial Accounting AFFORDABLE You pay for your fees as you go along, so there are no big upfront costs. The foundation Diploma is a lower cost alternative to University, and you can study and work at the same time. You can be transferred free of charge onto the ACCA Qualification once you ve completed it, with free exemptions for F1, F2 and F3 4

5 ABOUT AAT AAT is a well established and respected Accounting qualification which is globally recognised and highly valued by leading employers. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS There are no minimum entry requirements for the AAT s Education and Training Scheme, although students are expected to have a good command of English and an interest in Mathematics. Students with no background or experience in accountancy are advised to commence their studies at the Introductory Level. The AAT recognises a limited number of alternative routes to membership, so that some students will not need to complete all 3 stages of the scheme. There is a Mature Students route directly to the Intermediate level- please contact the AAT for the details. A minimum number of units have to be completed, and the student will be awarded a certificate on reaching a level of competence in each stage for individual units. (AAT will charge a small fee). The scheme is flexible and examined by a series of Central Assessments and Skills Tests. AAT CONTACT DETAILS: Tel: aat.org.uk/start 5

6 INTRODUCTORY LEVEL - DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING What will I learn? Basic costing n Understanding an organisation's cost recording system and using it to record or extract data n Use of spreadsheets to convey information on actual and budgeted income and expenditure Computerised Accounting n Entering data at the start of an accounting period to set up customer and supplier accounts n Recording and processing customer and supplier transactions n Recording and reconciling bank and cash transactions n Processing and using journals to enter accounting transactions n Production of reports (day books, account activity, aged analysis, statements or remittance advice) Work effectively in accounting and finance n Understanding an organisation's accounting or payroll function n Using numeracy and literacy cornmunication skills n Working independently or in a team to prioritise tasks and manage colleagues' responsibilities n Understanding ethical values, principles and importance of confidentiality n Understanding and explaining benefits to organisations of sustainable values Processing bookkeeping transactions n Understanding double-entry bookkeeping, integrating books of prime entry and describing coding system functions n Understanding discounts and settlement trade and bulk discount differences n Preparing and processing customer and supplier invoices and credit notes n Totalling and balancing a 3-column analysed cash book n Totalling, balancing and reconciling petty cash records within an analysed petty cash book n Processing ledger transactionsand extracting a trial balance Control accounts, journals and the banking system n Understanding the purpose and use of control accounts and journals n Maintaining and using control accounts and the journal n Reconciling a bank statement with the cash book n Understanding the banking process and main services of banks and building societies n Understanding requirementsof retention and storage relating to banking documents How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CBAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports. 6

7 INTERMEDIATE LEVEL - DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING At the intermediate level, you'll master more complex financial processes, including final accounts for sole traders and partnerships, reports and returns and professional ethics. Who is it for? The intermediate level will suit you if: you've completed the introductory accounting level and would like to build your skills you're already working in finance and you'd like a formal recognition of your skills you would like to go onto be an AAT full member (MAAT) or study for chartered status. Top five skills you'll gain: 1. Making provisions for doubtful and irrecoverable debts. 2. Reconciling ledgers with the cash book. 3. The importance of professional ethics in the working environment. 4. Analysing variances. 5. Use of spreadsheets to manage information in the accounting environment. How long will it take? From six months, depending on your course timetable and study method. What will I learn? Accounts preparation n Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping n Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets n Accounting for purchase of non-current assets n Accounting for depreciation and adjustments n Accounting for disposal of non-current assets n Preparing and exteriding the trial balance Prepare final accounts for sole traders and partnerships n Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts n Preparing accounting records from incomplete information n Producing final accounts for sole traders n Understanding partnerships' legislative and accounting requirements n Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account n Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership Costs and revenues n Understanding an organisation's costing systems n Recording and analysing cost information n Apportioning costs to organisational requirements n Analysing budget deviations and reporting these to management n Using information gathered from costing systems to assist decision making 7

8 INTERMEDIATE LEVEL - DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING continued... Professional ethics n Understanding principles of ethical working n Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers n Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches n Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability Indirect tax n Understanding VAT regulations n Completing VAT returns accurately and on time n Understanding VAT penalties and adjusting for previous errors n Communicating VAT information Spreadsheet software n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Selecting and using appropriate formulas and data analysis tools and techniques n Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CBAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports. 8

9 ADVANCED LEVEL - DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING The advanced level covers financial team leader skills, including financial statements for limited companies, complex management accounting tasks, management skills and specialist learning areas. Who is it for? The advanced level will suit you if: you've completed the intermediate accounting level and would like to build your skills you're already working in finance and you'd like a formal recognition of your skills you would like to go onto be an AAT full member or study for chartered status. Top five skills you'll gain: 1. Drafting and interpreting limited company financial statements. 2. Preparing forecasts of income and expenditure. 3. Preparing draft budgets and revising them as required by the business. 4. Managing budgets and reporting variances back to the business. 5. Reviewing the finance function to identify risk and make recommendations for improvements. How long will it take? From one year, depending on your course timetable and study method. What will I learn? Financial statements n Understanding the regulatory framework underpinning financial reporting n Understanding key features of published financial statements n Drafting a limited company's statutory financial statements n Drafting consolidated financial statements n Interpreting financial statements using ratio analysis Budgeting n Preparing budgets and income and expenditure forecasts n Assessing budgetary impact of internal and external factors n Using budgetary control to improve organisational performance Financial performance n Collating and analysing cost information from various sources n Measuring performance and managing costs appropriately n Making suggestions for improving financial performance by monitoring and analysing information n Preparing performance reports for management Internal control and accounting systems n Understanding the importance and use of internal control systems n Evaluating the accounting system and identifying areas for improvement n Conducting ethical and sustainability evaluations of accounting systems n Making recommendations to improve the accounting system 9

10 ADVANCED LEVEL - DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING continued... Two options from the following five: Business tax n Completing corporation tax returns and supporting computations for incorporated businesses n Understanding impact of legislation and legislative changes n Understanding tax law and its implications for incorporated/unincorporated business n Understanding capital assets Personal tax n Calculating income from all sources and identifying taxable and non-taxable items n Applying current legislation to calculate tax payable on income n Accounting for capital gains tax according to current legislation n Preparing accurate computations and completing relevant parts of self-assessment tax returns External auditing n Planning an audit identifying areas for verification and associated risks n Conducting a supervised audit n Preparing draft reports for approval n Understanding auditing principles and legal and professional standards required for an external auditor Cash management n Using statistical techniques and financial information to prepare income and expenditure forecasts n Preparing cash to monitor an organisation's cash flow n Managing cash balances effectively n Investing surplus funds, observing organisational policies Credit control n Understanding relevant legislation and impact on credit management n Using information from various sources to grant customers' credit within organisational guidelines n Using a range of techniques for debt collection n Monitoring and controlling credit supply How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CBAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports. 10

11 ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN TAXATION AND ETHICS Once you've progressed through the advanced level of the AAT Accounting Qualification, you may choose to specialise in the taxation field. This certificate offers the opportunity to focus on taxation and gain an industry recognised qualification to underpin your knowledge and skills. This qualification is an optional specialism, you do not have to complete it to be fully qualified and progress to AAT full membership. Who is it for? This qualification will suit you if: you're looking to specialise in taxation you want to start your own practice you're an AAT full or fellow member seeking additional continuing professional development (CPD). Top five skills you'll gain: 1. Understanding principles of ethical working and ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers. 2. Understanding legislation and procedures relating to personal tax. 3. Applying current legislation to calculate the tax payable on income. 4. Understanding how to treat capital assets. 5. Understanding VAT regulations. How long will it take? From six months, depending on your course timetable and study method. What will I learn? Professional ethics n Understanding principles of ethical working and ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers n Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following any suspected breaches of ethical codes n Understanding the ethical responsibility of the finance professional in promoting sustainability 11

12 ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN TAXATION AND ETHICS continued... Personal tax n Understanding legislation and procedures relating to personal tax n Calculating income from all sources and identifying taxable and non-taxable items n Applying current legislation to calculate the tax payable on income n Accounting for Capital Gains Tax according to current legislation n Preparing accurate computations and completing relevant parts of self-assessment tax returns Business tax n Preparing the relevant pages of a tax return for an unincorporated business and producing the computations to support this n Completing Corporation Tax returns and supporting computations for incorporated businesses n Understanding the impact of legislation and legislative changes n Understanding tax law and its implications for incorporated and unincorporated businesses n Understanding how to treat capital assets Indirect tax n Understanding VAT regulations n Completing VAT returns accurately and in a timely manner n Understanding VAT penalties and making adjustments for previous errors n Communicating VAT information How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CSAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports. 12

13 AAT BOOKKEEPING AND COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING Good bookkeeping and computerised accounting are key functions at the heart of every business. These separate but interlinked qualifications provide the essential skills and understanding you'll need to forge a career in either discipline - or the professional qualifications to back up and develop your existing skills. Covering three levels, both AAT Bookkeeping and Computerised Accounting look at the systems, processes and analytical skills that are crucial to the bookkeeping profession. How long will it take? You will spend between six weeks and six months on each level of AAT Bookkeeping. What will I learn at each level? INTRODUCTORY Introduction to bookkeeping n Understanding the job role and career path for a bookkeeper n Understanding different types of business organisations n Knowing the terminology used in bookkeeping Working within bookkeeping n Understanding single-entry bookkeeping n Knowing the general principles of VAT n Understanding what is meant by both cash and credit transactions n Understanding the principles of coding and batch control n Understanding how to process information in the books of prime entry (excluding the journal) n Understanding responsibilities when working in a bookkeeping environment Bookkeeping and accounts n Knowing how to complete financial documents n Recording cash and credit transactions in books of original entry n Preparing bank reconciliation n Understanding the petty cash imprest system n Extracting a trial balance from ledger accounts Spreadsheet software n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Using appropriate formulas and tools to summarise and display spreadsheet information n Selecting and using appropriate tools and techniques to present spreadsheet information effectively 13

14 AAT BOOKKEEPING AND COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING continued... INTERMEDIATE Processing bookkeeping transactions n Understanding double-entry bookkeeping, integrating books of prime entry and describing coding system functions n Understanding discounts and settlement, trade and bulk discount differences n Preparing and processing customer and supplier invoices and credit notes n Totalling and balancing a 3-column analysed cash book n Totalling, balancing and reconciling petty cash records within an analysed petty cash book n Processing ledger transactions and extracting a trial balance Control accounts, journals and the banking system n Understanding the purpose and use of control accounts and journals n Maintaining and using control accounts and the journal n Reconciling a bank statement with the cash book n Understanding the banking process and main services of banks and building societies n Understanding requirements of retention and storage relating to banking documents ADVANCED Professional ethics n Understanding principles of ethical working n Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers n Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches n Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability 14 Accounts preparation n Understanding accepted principles of accounting and double-entry bookkeeping n Understanding accounting methods of recording non-current assets n Accounting for purchase of non-current assets n Accounting for depreciation and adjustments n Accounting for disposal of non-current assets n Preparing and extending the trial balance Prepare final accounts for sole traders and partnerships n Understanding the process involved in preparing final accounts n Preparing accounting records from incomplete information n Producing final accounts for sole traders n Understanding partnerships' legislative and accounting requirements n Preparing a statement of profit or loss appropriation account n Preparing a financial position statement relating to a partnership Spreadsheet software n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Selecting and using appropriate formulae and data analysis tools and techniques n Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CBAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports.

15 COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING Stay on top of the newest accounting technology. Over three levels, develop the confidence to carry out everything from the routine through to advanced tasks on computerised accounting software. Who is it for? AAT Computerised Accounting will suit you if: you're a practising or part-qualified bookkeeper who already has a basic knowledge of manual bookkeeping you're already working in finance and you'd like formal recognition of your skills you're looking for new finance administration skills to enhance your career prospects you own a small business and want a basic understanding of computerised accounting. Key skills you'll gain at each level: 1. Introductory: how to create accounts, process accounting information, understand batch control sheets and produce accounting reports. 2. Intermediate: how to use a computerised accounting system to enter accounting transactions, perform reconciliations, correct errors and generate a range of reports. 3. Advanced: how to set up master data, process advanced accounting transactions and develop advanced spreadsheet software skills. How long will it take? Introductory level: 6-8 weeks Intermediate level: 6 weeks Advanced level: 12 weeks Exact timescales will depend on your course timetable and study method. What will I learn at each level? INTRODUCTORY Computerised accounts n Creating accounts using computerised accounts software n Processing accounting information using software n Understanding how to use batch control sheets n Producing reports using computerised software Spreadsheet software n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Using appropriate formulas and tools to summarise and display spreadsheet information n Selecting and using appropriate tools and techniques to present spreadsheet information effectively 15

16 AAT BOOKKEEPING AND COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING continued... INTERMEDIATE Computerised accounts Entering accounting data at the beginning of an accounting period n Recording customer transactions n Recording supplier transactions n Recording and reconciling bank and cash transactions n Using journals to enter accounting transactions n Producing reports n Maintaining the safety and security of data held in the computerised accounting system 16 ADVANCED Computerised accounts n Setting up master data on a computerised accounts software package n Processing accounting transactions on a computerised accounts software package n Understanding how to process adjustments n Understanding how to process period end adjustments n Selecting and printing accounting reports for management purposes Spreadsheet software n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Selecting and using appropriate formulas and data analysis tools and techniques n Presenting, formatting and publishing spreadsheet information Professional ethics n Understanding principles of ethical working n Understanding ethical behaviour when working with internal and external customers n Understanding when and how to take appropriate action following suspected ethical codes breaches n Understanding the ethical responsibility of finance professionals in promoting sustainability How will I be assessed? All AAT assessments are: practical computer based assessments (CBAs) flexible - so you can sit them anytime of the year marked automatically - meaning you get your provisional results straight away covered by a range of learning methods including online tests and reports.

17 SMALL BUSINESS COURSES AND QUALIFICATIONS Much of modern business depends on being able to understand, interpret and communicate key financial information. AAT's small business courses and qualifications ensure you're equipped with the vital knowledge and understanding to do just that. Whether you're looking for an overview for your job role or to help you set up a business, AAT's small business courses and qualifications will provide you with the rounded understanding you need to flourish. Developed to meet the fast-paced and challenging demands of today's workplace, these courses and qualifications will put you on the front foot - ensuring everyday finance doesn't get the better of you and you get the best out of your business. What small business courses and qualifications are available? AAT Essentials Developed for business people without an accounting and finance background, these one day courses cover key financial processes including: n Budgeting for the small business - planning and control n Finance for non-financial managers n Managing cash flow, keeping your business healthy n Making sense of financial documents Accounting Skills to Run Your Business Ensure you're well equipped to run a healthy and financially secure business with this short qualification for small and medium sized business owners. How long will I study? These qualifications and courses are the perfect option if you're looking for time-effective training. You can study either an AAT Essentials one day course or the slightly longer Accounting Skills to Run Your Business, which takes approximately four weeks. 17

18 AAT ESSENTIALS - COURSES Perfect if you're short on time and need costeffective finance training to cover the basics, these one day courses will help you to understand and apply key financial processes in your work. Who is it for? These one day courses are ideal if you're from a non-financial background and: need a basic grounding in key financial documents and processes are looking to put simple budgeting in place to make informed financial and budgeting decisions are involved in the financial security of your business and need to improve how you manage the inflow and outflow of cash. How long will you study? Each course lasts a full day. How will I be assessed? There's no assessment but you will be awarded with a certificate upon completion. What will I learn? BUDGETING FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS - PLANNING AND CONTROL Prepare budgets, make informed budgeting decisions and effectively communicate financial information. Why budget? n What a budget is and when to budget n Why businesses complete budgets Operational budgets n Component parts of an operational budget n Sources of information for figures n Factors that influence figures n The scope of an operational budget n How to calculate figures Cash flow budgets n Component parts of a cash flow budget n What a cash flow budget looks like n Sources of information for figures n Factors that influence figures n How to calculate figures for a cash flow budget Using budgets to manage and control the business n The budgeting process n The importance of completing budgets n How to use budgets 18

19 AAT ESSENTIALS - COURSES FINANCE FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS Understanding financial documents, analysing financial performance and managing budgets. You'll also gain a basic grounding in key financial documents and processes. Understanding the income statement account and statement of financial position n What is included in a statement of financial position and an income statement account n The differences between the two financial statements Using information from the income statement account and statement of financial position n How to interpret information from an income statement account and statement of financial position n Ratio analysis n How to interpret using ratio analysis n The limitations of ratio analysis Controlling cash n Why cash doesn't equal profit n What you can do to ensure there's sufficient cash within the business Using budgets to manage business activity n How budgets help with daily business management n How to interpret information in a budget MANAGING CASH FLOW, KEEPING YOUR BUSINESS HEALTHY Improve your effectiveness at managing the inflow and outflow of cash, helping to protect the financial security of your business. Cash and the cash budget n Why cash is important in a business n Timing of cash flows n Importance of estimating likely cash flows pattern n How to prepare a cash budget Monitoring and controlling cash flows n How to use the cash budget n Importance of comparing budgeted and actual cash flows n Possible reasons for differences and subsequent actions that can be taken Cash flow and credit customers n The risks of giving credit to customers n How to assess the creditworthiness of customers n How to guard against non-payment by credit customers n Strategies to deal with late payers 19

20 AAT ESSENTIALS - COURSES continued... MAKING SENSE OF FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS Understand the purpose of everything from invoices though to bank reconciliations. Learn how to keep records that will have you working effectively, and keep your accountant and the VAT inspector happy. Customer documentation and records n Raising sales invoices from a range of source documents n Raising sales credit notes n Keeping a sales day-book and customer accounts n Preparing customer statements n Dealing with receipts from customers, trade and bulk discount Supplier documentation and records n Purchase invoices and credit notes against source documents n Keeping a purchases day-book and supplier accounts n Checking supplier statements n How to deal with payments to suppliers Recording receipts and payments in the cash book, and checking bank activities n Recording amounts received and payments made in the cash receipts book n How to calculate the bank balance n Checking and updating the cash receipts book and cash payment book n How to reconcile the bank balance on the bank statement with the bank n Balance according to the cash receipts book and cash payment book 20

21 INTRODUCTORY AWARD IN ACCOUNTING SKILLS TO RUN YOUR BUSINESS The ideal short introduction to finance, this qualification will ensure you're well equipped to run a financially secure business. You'll find out how to manage a healthy cash flow, gain an in-depth knowledge of financial documents and learn how to work more effectively with your accountants. Who is it for? This qualification will suit you if: you need basic knowledge of accounting and finance to run your business you've recently started a new business or you're planning to start one. Top five skills you'll gain: 1. How to prepare budgets. 2. How to interpret financial information effectively. 3. How to understand key financial documents. 4. How to manage cash flow more effectively. 5. How to protect the financial security of your business. How long will it take? Four weeks or less, depending on your course timetable and study method. What will I learn? Budgeting for the small business - planning and control n Understanding why there is a need to budget n Understanding operational budgets Managing cash flow, keeping your business healthy n Understanding cash and the cash budget n Understanding how to monitor and control cash flows n Understanding the relationship between cash flow and credit customers Understanding financial documents n Processing financial documents to credit customers and from credit suppliers n Understanding the income statement account n Understanding the statement of financial position Sole traders, partnerships and limited companies - notification and essential principles n Understanding how sole traders and partnerships notify their liability and the consequences of non-compliance to income tax and national insurance contributions n Understanding the.vat return submission process How will I be assessed? You will sit a single computer based assessment (CBA) at the end of your course. This will be marked automatically meaning you'll get your provisional results straight away. 21

22 OTHER COURSES HANDS-ON PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANCY TRAINING IN ACCOUNTS PREPARATION A must-have knowledge for all students of Accounting Students are given hands-on practical training in Accounts preparation from the Trial Balance to statutory accounts. This is not a theoretical or textbook course. Who is it for? It is for those who are studying for an accounting qualification or have finished their studies, (professional qualifications or degree) but have never worked in an accounting environment. No knowledge is assumed and starts from scratch. NOTE: This course is divided into three parts as follows: What You will learn: 1) Part I n Sage Line 50 n VT Bookkeeping 2) Part II n Accounts preparation from Trial Balance - Opening Trial Balance - Explaining the importance of coding in Accounts preparation. - Importing Trial Balance from Sage Line 50 - Further Journals in Final Accounts preparation - Accounts and Prepayments and cut-off procedures - Trial Balance - Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet - File building how to build an audit file for Partner/Manager Review - How to reference the file to facilitate its review n Building and referencing accounts file for partners review 3) Part III n Corporation Tax Duration of the course: 6 Months. Cost

23 OTHER COURSES BOOK-KEEPING. SAGE LINE 50 AND VT Who is it for? The course is relevant for those who want to gain an understanding of computerised accounting and how to use it to record the book-keeping of a business. What You will learn: 1. Computerised Accounting. 2. Installation and set-up of a company. 3. A clear understanding of Account Codes in computerised accounting. 4. Entering Opening balances. 5. Posting Sales and Purchases, invoices and Returns. 6. How to create an invoice on the computer and posting it. 7. Posting Bank transactions. 8. Bank Reconciliation. 9. Nominal Ledger. 10. Journal Adjustments. 11. Accruals/Prepayment. 12. Trial Balance. 13. Profit & Loss and Balance sheet. 14. VAT Returns. 15. Reports Run through options available: - Aged Debtors - Aged Creditors - Nominal Ledger Report Duration of the Course: 6 weeks Cost 500 TAX COMPUTATIONS / RETURNS SELF ASSESMENT / PERSONAL TAX: n Personal Details n Earned Income n UK Savings and Investments n Foreign Income n Other Income n Capital Gain n Relieves n Payments and Repay overheads n Tax Return and Computations Duration of the course: 2 weeks Cost 500 BUSINESS TAX n Standard Accounts information - Adjusted profit computation n Capital Allowances - Allowances / Charges n Proprietor details - Client code - Name and address - Unique Tax Reference - NI number n Business details - Period details - General details - Tax details Duration of the course: 2 weeks Cost 500 SPREADSHEET FOR BEGINNERS n Using a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data n Using appropriate formulas and tools to summarise and display spreadsheet information n Selecting and using appropriate tools and techniques to present spreadsheet information effectively 23

24 342 Streatham High Road, London SW16 6HH, England Tel: +44 (0) Mobile: FINDING US CSL is located in Streatham, South West London. We are just one minute s walk from Streatham main line railway station, as well as being situated on a main road, served by a number of convenient bus routes (60, 109, 118, 133, 159, 250). There are many stores, restaurants, supermarkets and local leisure centres within close proximity of the school.

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