Qualified Bookkeepers are in demand to prepare data for input into either standard software, or specially written accounting programs of their firms.
The course in Basic Bookkeeping has been prepared to teach learners the skills required to master standard accounting procedures, and to keep a basic set of books. This course starts with the assumption that the learner does not know the basics of Accounting and moves through to the preparation of a Trial Balance and closing off the ledger accounts.
The number of workbooks submitted by the student determines the duration of the course. Each workbook will be assessed and returned to the student, together with comments. No examination is written, and students will graduate on the average marks attained for worbooks submitted.
The various books of account
The Purchases Journal
The Sales Journal
The Cash Book
The Petty Cash Book
Posting of the Ledger form the various Books of First Entry
Balancing off accounts
Drawing up of a Trial Balance
On registration and payment of the fees for a course the study notes will be forwarded to the learner. Learners study at their own pace – there is no fixed time limit for submission of workbooks.
The courses are “Outcomes Based”. Students are required to complete a workbook at the end of each module, and to submit it to the college for assessment. On obtaining a minimum of 50% average for ALL workbooks, the learner will be awarded the college’s Certificate in Basic Bookkeeping./p>
The all-inclusive cost for this course are as follows:
Basic Bookkeeping R6 900,00
Once the learner has registered and paid the prescribed fee, course notes will be sent electronically.
The course content is directed towards outcomes-based education. For this reason, delegates are consistently evaluated by workbooks submitted during the course to ensure that they have assimilated the subject to a satisfactory degree and will be able to perform the tasks taught.
The course can be presented to companies for the benefit of their staff. Because of the required Skills Based content of the course, information presented is tailor made for the company for which the course is being presented.
Ideally, the course should be presented away from the normal working environment of the employees, thus eliminating interruptions and distraction from their daily workload. To facilitate interaction, the total number of delegates attending the course should not exceed 30.
Each delegate will be handed a full and comprehensive set of reference notes. The study material is copyrighted to PBS College.
Individual quotations will be given as the fee depends on the number of delegates attending the course. Costs and expenses are for the company for whom the course is being presented. These costs include the following:
The venue, which should preferably be away from the normal working environment of the delegates attending the course;
Tea/coffee, refreshments and lunches (if required);
Flip chart and pens;
Travelling and accommodation of the presenter of the course if presented outside Gauteng.
This course is an outcomes-based course. Learners studying via distance learning submit workbooks on which they are assessed. It is necessary to obtain at least 50% on every workbook to qualify for the Basic Bookkeeping certificate.
In-house the learners are assessed during the two days of the course and qualify on outcomes-based assessments for the Basic Bookkeeping certificate
Christine Jordaan was born and raised in the Republic of South African. Christine initially obtained a B.A degree.
She studied and obtained the master’s Degrees in business leadership and Diploma in Credit Management and several other financial disciplines. She is a Fellows of the South African and African Institutes of Credit Management and the Principal of PBS College.
She has presented various public and in-house training courses throughout South Africa, Namibia and neighbouring countries, to several large corporations and Government Institutions. They are currently actively presenting courses (both face-to-face and correspondence) in the certificate in Credit Management of the Institute of Credit Management since 1981.
She has been contracted to present correspondence courses in Credit Management disciplines to UNISA and also lectured at UNISA summer schools. She has also act as guest lecturers at several colleges and universities in Credit Management and has facilitated and organised various seminars for large corporations.
She was appointed members of the National Credit Education Forum since 1997 and is a past director on the board of the Association of Debt Recovery Agents. She is presently the chairperson of the Institute of Credit Management (Africa).
She has lectured extensively since 1981.
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