Introduction to Bookkeeping (Accounting)
- 7 hours on-demand video
- 33 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand the importance of integrity and professionalism
- Understand legislation that exists relating to the workplace
- Know the fundamental principles of money laundering legislation
- Understanding the banking process
- Understand document retention and storage requirements
- Understand the role of books and prime entry
- Understand the principles of coding
- Understand the double entry bookkeeping system
- Understand the various types of discount
- Understand the use of journals
- Understand control accounts
- Understand VAT regulations
- Demonstrate an understanding of the cost recording system within an organisation
- Recognise the component parts of a cost recording system and how this operates
- Internet access
- Willingness to dive into the world of Bookkeeping
- Rest assured we will teach you from the ground up
Welcome to this Three Sixty Academy course exclusive to Udemy.
Here with Three Sixty Academy you can study online towards an ‘Introduction to Bookkeeping’.
Our course is comprised of 11 modules covering all the basics of bookkeeping including more advanced topics and exercises to allow you to apply the knowledge learnt.
More than enough to turn you from Bookkeeping zero to hero using our proactive and practical approach. It is arguably one of the most compressive online courses of an introduction to Bookkeeping; giving learners a great grounding and skill set to enter the world of Bookkeeping.
Good luck and we hope you enjoy our course!
- Those interested in doing Bookkeeping for their own or other organisations
- Those who are interested in learning Bookkeeping, based on UK principles
- Those already working within Finance or seeking a career within the sector
By the end of this section you should be able to: Understand the job role and career path for a bookkeeper, understand the different types of business organisation, Know the terminology used in bookkeeping, and understand the responsibilities when working in a bookkeeping environment.
In this lecture we will be covering the following; Introduction, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, and Bookkeeping and Accounting.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Types of Business Organisation, A Career in Bookkeeping and Accounting, Who do I want to work for,What Skills and Knowledge Will I Need, What Qualifications and Experience Will Employers Look For, and The Role of the Bookkeeper at General Clerical Level.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Basic Business Legislation, Data Protection, The Data Protection Principles, Roles, Responsibilities and Rights, Health and Safety at Work, Risk Assessments, The Employer’s Duty of Care, Maintaining a Safe and Healthy Workplace, Health and Safety – The Use of Computers, and Employees Health and Safety Responsibilities.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Introduction, Deposit Accounts, Current Accounts, Business Loans, Business Overdrafts, The Business and Bank Relationship, Telephone and Internet Banking, Foreign Exchange and Foreign Currency, Safety Deposit Facilities, Methods of Making and Receiving Payment, Cash (Notes and Coins), Cheques, Words and Crossings, The Cheque Clearing System, The ‘Life’ of a Cheque, Post Dated Cheques, Stopping a Cheque, Receipt of Cheques, The Cheque Guarantee System, The Use of Plastic Cards, Debit Cards, Credit Cards, Charge Cards, Processing Card Transactions, Standing Orders and Direct Debit Payments, Register of Standing Orders & Direct Debits, Payment by BACS, Payment by CHAPS, Payment by Telegraphic Transfer, Banking Monies Received, Banking Notes and Coins, Banking Cheques, and Completing a Banking Sheet.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Introduction, The Work of the Bookkeeper, The Security of Source Documents and Accounting Records, Basic Accounting Concepts, The Business Entity Concept, The Dual Aspect Concept, The Money Measurement Concept, The Historic Cost Concept, Categorising Items of Income and Expenditure, Double Entry Bookkeeping, and Double Entry Processing – a worked example.
By the end of this section you should be able to: Understand the role of the books of prime entry, Understand the principles of coding, Understand the double entry bookkeeping system, Enter sales invoices and credit notes into the books of prime entry, Enter supplier invoices and credit notes into the books of prime entry, and Process ledger transactions from the books of prime entry.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Introduction, Sub-Division of the Bookkeeping System, Main Books of Account, General Ledger, The Cash Book and Petty Cash Book, The Subsidiary Ledgers, The Books of Prime Entry, and Sales Returns Day Book.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: Introduction, Value Added Tax, The VAT System, Rates of VAT, Exempt and Outside the Scope, Registering for VAT, Compulsory Registration, Voluntary Registration, Deregistration, Exemption from Registration, VAT Accounting Schemes, The Standard Scheme, The Annual Accounting Scheme, The Cash Accounting Scheme, The Flat Rate Scheme, Making VAT Calculations, and VAT and Cash Discounts.
In this lecture we will be covering the following: The VAT Invoice, Less Detailed VAT Invoices, Modified Invoices, A Proforma Invoice, The VAT Date and the Tax Point, The Taking of Deposits, Accounting for Imports and Exports, Keeping VAT Records, The VAT Return (VAT 100), and Reconciliation of the VAT Control Account to the VAT Return (VAT 100).