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Bookkeeping Fundamentals Training Course

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Imagine a career that gives you the opportunity to work in any industry that you desire! In this fast-paced global economy, exceptional org…

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Manual Bookkeeping Level 1

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Bookkeeping Level 1, this home learning bookkeeping course is aimed at students looking to learn the process of manual bookkeeping for pers…

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Manual Bookkeeping - IAB Level 1 QCF Award

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The IAB (International Association of Book-Keepers ) Level 1 Award in Manual Bookkeeping is aimed at individuals who wish to begin their st…

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Manual Bookkeeping Level 2

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Bookeeping level 2 course. This home learning intermediate level 2 bookkeeping course is aimed at students looking to learn the process of …

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ICB Computerised Bookkeeping (Sage) Level 2

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Sage computerised bookkeeping course. The aim of this course is to Introduce students to keeping computerised bookkeeping and accounts recor…

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Manual Bookkeeping - IAB Level 2 QCF Certificate

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The IAB (International Association of Book-Keepers) Level 2 Award in Manual Bookkeeping is aimed at individuals who wish to further their s…

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Manual Bookkeeping - IAB Level 3 QCF Certificate

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The IAB (International Association of Book-Keepers) Bookkeeping qualifications are specifically designed to appeal to those who are aspirin…

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Manual Bookkeeping Level 3

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Module 1 Preparing final accounts Identifying items in the accounts The trading and profit/loss account Balance sheet Adjustments to the ac…

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ICB Computerised Bookkeeping (Sage) Level 3

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Sage computerised bookkeeping course. The aim of this course is to cover computerised bookkeeping and accounts records to an advanced level.…

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Bookkeeping - Level 2 Course

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The Bookkeeping Level 2 Course is designed for people who wish to gain an understanding of the principles of Bookkeeping as an aid to runni…

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ICB Level II Manual Bookkeeping (Distance)

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An experienced financial professional and trainer supports you taking this course. The professional experience of your tutor, who will be q…

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ICB Level II - Certificate in Bookkeeping (Classroom Blended)

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This blended learning course that involves attending one-to-one tutorials with your tutor and completing practical exercises at your own co…

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Bookkeeping Course

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Course Times 10:30 to 16:30 (two day tuition) which will be followed by an assessment. This can be defered to a later date to enable more t…

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ICB Certificate in Bookkeeping & Accounts Level 3

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Unit 1: Underpinning Knowledge Understand the importance of adhering to a code of ethical principlesUnderstand when and how to take appropr…

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ICB Certificate in Advanced Bookkeeping & Accounts Level 4

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Unit 1: Limited Company Accounts Prepare a set of final accounts for a limited companyDdefine the term Limited LiabilityUnderstand its lega…

What is a Bookkeeper?

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Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping is an essential part of the accounting process, focusing on the recording of financial transactions i.e. activities. Transactions can be anything from purchases, sales, receipts, payments, etc.

Bookkeepers are responsible for ensuring all transactions are recorded in the correct day book, suppliers ledger, customer ledger and general ledger.

Bookkeeping's objective is simply to record and summarise financial transactions into a usable and understandable form that provides financial information about a business or an individual.

Why learn Bookkeeping?

In order to run a business and know when to take corrective actions requires business information. How do you get and where do you find this information? This information can be found in accurate and current records about your business financial activities (bookkeeping).

With a recognised bookkeeping qualification, you can opt to:

  • Enrol onto a higher education course to further your accountancy career
  • Start a business as a Registered Bookkeeper - providing financial skills to a wide range of industries
  • Get a job as a bookkeeper or payroll clerk in an accountancy firm

How do I get qualified?

You can study a range of level 1-4 certified bookkeeping, payroll and accounting training courses.