Computerized Accounting Level 2

Computerized Accounting Level 2 is advanced course in the field of accounting that focuses on the use of computer software and technology for managing financial transactions and records.

In a Computerized Accounting Level 2 course, participants usually delve deeper into the practical aspects of accounting software and gain a more comprehensive understanding of how to use computerized systems for various accounting functions. The course aims to equip students with advanced skills and knowledge necessary for efficiently managing financial data in a business or organizational setting.

Here are some common components and topics covered in a Computerized Accounting Level 2 course:

  1. Advanced Software Usage: In-depth exploration of accounting software platforms, including more advanced features and functionalities.
  2. Financial Reporting: Creating and analyzing financial reports using accounting software. This may involve generating detailed reports such as income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
  3. Advanced Transactions: Handling more complex transactions, such as accruals, depreciation, and amortization, within the accounting software.
  4. Payroll Processing: Understanding and managing payroll functions within the accounting software, including setting up employee profiles, calculating deductions, and generating payroll reports.
  5. Budgeting and Forecasting: Using accounting software for budget creation, variance analysis, and financial forecasting.
  6. Bank Reconciliation: Advanced reconciliation processes to ensure that the financial records in the accounting software match the bank statements accurately.
  7. VAT and Taxation: Managing value-added tax (VAT) and other taxation aspects within the accounting software.
  8. Data Security and Integrity: Emphasizing the importance of maintaining data security, integrity, and confidentiality within the accounting system.
  9. Customization and Automation: Exploring customization options within the accounting software and automating routine tasks to improve efficiency.
  10. Troubleshooting and Error Correction: Identifying and resolving common errors and discrepancies that may occur in computerized accounting systems.


What are the entry requirements?

This course is suitable for learners aged 16 and above.
In this course learners will acquire the skills and knowledge required to use computerised accounting software.


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