Self-study is a fantastic way of gaining a regulated qualification while being in complete control of your learning.
What is included?
Included in this pack is the following:
Registration onto the qualification
Access to complete online knowledge tests and assignments
Assessment and examination fees (excluding resits)
Certification upon successful completion of all assessments
Please note that Tutor support is not included and cannot be provided by the IAB. For more information on self study please click here.
Please also note that the IAB does not offer study text books for computerised bookkeeping, students will have to source these from elsewhere. Access to an appropriate computerised bookkeeping software package will also be required to complete the Use a computersied accounting package unit, again this is not supplied by the IAB as part of the qualification package.
Register for the Level 3 Certificate in Computerised Bookkeeping and Accounting 601/9055/3 as a self-study student.
The Level 3 Certificate in Computerised Bookkeeping and Accounting qualification introduces the learner to the more advanced processing skills required to make accounting adjustments and prepare financial statements and prepare management reports for a sole trader or partnership to using a computerised accounting system.
This qualification is made up of the following units:
Principles of advanced computerised accounting – J/508/5846
- Understand the purpose of accounting concepts and standards, and recognise the qualitative characteristics of financial information
- Understand the basics of computerised accounting
- Understand terms used in accounting
- Understand the purpose of VAT Accounts and the VAT return
- Understand the process of accounting for a stock valuation
- Understand the process of accounting for fixed assets
- Understand the process of accounting for prepayments and accruals
- Understand the process of accounting for bad and doubtful debts
- Understand the purpose of a trial balance and a suspense account
- Understand the purpose of financial statements
- Understand the principles of accounting for partnerships
- Understand the purposes of budgeting
Use a computerised accounting package – D/508/6629
- Set up a computerised accounting system
- Enter business transactions
- Prepare and post journal entries
- Account for a stock valuation
- Account for fixed assets
- Account for prepayments and accruals
- Account for bad and doubtful debts
- Make end of period adjustments
- Amend the chart of accounts and generate reports