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  • Sage Bookkeeping Fundamentals
  • Basic Business Finance

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
December        
18 Dec - 19 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book
18 Dec - 19 Dec Sandton 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book
18 Dec - 19 Dec Sandton 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
       
18 Dec - 19 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book
       
18 Dec - 19 Dec Sandton 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book
18 Dec - 19 Dec Sandton 0830 - 1600    R4250 Book

Sage Bookkeeping Fundamentals

Bookkeeping Fundamentals course is a comprehensive training programme which covers the basic bookkeeping terms and concepts, shows how to deal with basic bookkeeping documents and how to use them in a manual accounting system.

 

Target Audience

This course has been designed for learners who are required to work on any of the Pastel Accounting Software packages, and who have had little or no exposure to bookkeeping.

 

Prerequisites

Learners need to have Mathematical Literacy or Standard 8/Grade 10 Mathematics to complete this course.

Sage Bookkeeping Fundamentals

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1. Bookkeeping Introduction

  • Topic A: Different types of companies in South Africa
  • Topic B: What is accounting / bookkeeping?
  • Topic C: The Bookkeeping and accounting cycle
  • Topic D: The accounting equation
  • Topic E: Transactions and accounts

 

2. Value Added Tax (VAT)

  • Topic A: What is VAT?
  • Topic B: The different VAT categories
  • Topic C: VAT processing
  • Topic D: Calculating VAT
  • Topic E: The mark up, gross margin and VAT
  • Topic F: Completing the VAT 201 report

 

3. Source Documents

  • Topic A: Source documents
  • Topic B: Receipts
  • Topic C: Deposit books / slips
  • Topic D: Cheque counterfoils
  • Topic E: Petty cash vouchers
  • Topic F: Tax invoices
  • Topic G: Credit notes / Returns

 

4. Inventory

  • Topic A: Inventory Systems
  • Topic B: Costing Methods

 

5. Subsidiary Journals

  • Topic A: Introduction
  • Topic B: Creditors and creditors allowances journals
  • Topic C: Debtors and debtors allowances journals
  • Topic D: Cashbook journals
  • Topic E: The cashbook receipt journal
  • Topic F: The cashbook payments journal
  • Topic G: Petty cash journals
  • Topic H: The general journal
  • Topic I: Reconciling your journals

 

6. Bank Reconciliation

  • Topic A: Introduction
  • Topic B: The bank reconciliation process

 

7. General Ledger

  • Topic A: Different sections of the general ledger
  • Topic B: Posting to the general ledger
  • Topic C: Closing off ledger accounts

 

8. The Trial Balance

  • Topic A: Integrated inventory
  • Topic B: Post your General Ledger to your Trial Balance

 

9. The Statement of Income

  • Topic A: Posting to your statement of income

 

10. The Statement of Financial Position

  • Topic A: Posting to your statement of financial position

 

11. Bookkeeping Fundamentals Solutions

 

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Our outlines are a guide to the content covered on a typical course. We may change or alter the course topics to meet the objectives of a particular course.

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Business Finance level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Business Finance level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Basic Business Finance

Course Description

Most managers and entrepreneurs end up in hobs or running companies where financial skills are critical to survival. However, many people do not have the basic understanding of money matters that are needed. This course focusses on the 3 “life” phases of any business: Starting up, operating and growth. Simple terms are used to demonstrate basic financial skills and concepts based on South African accounting and tax environment.

 

Target Audience

Anyone requiring basic business finance skills

 

Prerequisites

A good comprehension of English language

Basic Business Finance

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1. Dealing with bank accounts

 

2. Determined and financing business resources

 

3. Successful costing

 

4. Costing and pricing products competitively

 

5. Understanding break-even

 

6. Understanding final accounts

 

7. Effective budgeting for the business

 

8. Using a budget to monitor performance

 

9. Understanding working capital

 

10. Keeping the cash flowing in the business

 

11. Planning for business growth

 

12. Using financial rations

 

13. Identifying and addressing financial weakness in a business

 

14. Purchasing and managing the big things

 

15. Addressing taxation and other statutory payments

 

16. Planning for the future

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Business Finance level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you


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