Bookkeeping and Accounts Practice leading to Accounts A -
A-Level courses with no previous knowledge required
2 sessions of 1.5 hours weekly
This programme is designed to provide students with a knowledge and understanding of what skills are needed to successfully work in a business oriented environment. This course is the basis of all Accounting principles and to achieve an administrative role in the workforce. At the end of this course, candidates will be expected to have covered the groundwork of Accounting principles, understand the fundamentals of Accounting in order to serve as a path for the Accounts Practice course. This course aims at leading the students to sit for Accounts A level
No previous qualifications or O levels are needed for this course.
The course content includes:
- What is Accounting and Bookkeeping
- The Trial Balance
- The Double Entry System – Debit and Credit
- Income statement
- Books of Original Entry
- Statement of Financial Position
- Accruals & Prepayments
- Correction of Errors
- Allowance for Depreciation
- Accounting Ratios
- Methods of Depreciation
- Accounting Concepts
- Irrecoverable debts and allowance for irrecoverable debts.
Assessment is based on:
- Participation in class
- Personal progress in the subject throughout the course
- Brief tests in class (at the tutor’s discretion)
- An assigned task and/or a separate exam at the end of the course.
(Based on the Matsec Syllabus Bookkeeping and Accounts Practice)
Explore the entire syllabus (topics in detail, pre-requisites, specimen paper and grade descriptors here): http://www.um.edu.mt/matsec
To apply for the Bookkeeping and Accounts Practice course call 21227799 or email us for more information.