Sage Pastel Bookkeeping Fundamentals Course » Buy online now for only R 2,749.00
Average Delivery Time: 2 Day Course
This comprehensive training programme covers the basic bookkeeping terms and concepts, show how to deal with basic bookkeeping documents and how to use them in a manual accounting system.
[ Entrance Requirements ]
Learners need to meet the following prerequisites before attending this course:
1. Mathematical Literacy or Standard 8/Grade 10 Mathematics
If you are not yet competent in the required prerequisites, you must first complete the relevant courses before enrolling for this course. It is essential that the course prerequisites are met so as to avoid being asked to leave and the course fees being forfeited.
[ Target Learners ]
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.
[ Training ]
This is a two day (12 hour) course.
[ Delivery Methods ]
The delivery methods include:
- Self study.
- Facilitated classroom training.
[ Assessments ]
The assessment forms part of the course and has to be written within 6 months from the commencement date of your classroom training or self study course. To make it easier for you, all the Pastel assessments are now ONLINE. This means that you can write the assessment in your own time and in the comfort of your own home (as long as you have a PC with internet access).
[ Course Outline ]
This lesson will familiarise you with the different types of accounts, the double entry system, Trial Balance, Income Statement, Balance Sheet and types of companies.
Dealing with Cash, Customers and Suppliers
In this lesson you will have an understanding in completing and recording receipts, deposit slips, cheques and EFT payments. Working with the Cash Book, posting journal transactions to the General Ledger, completing VAT returns, completing purchase orders and briefly explore customer credit policies.
Petty Cash and Customer Processing
This lesson will show you how to work with petty cash, draw accounts as well as petty cash withdrawals, balancing and processing the sales journal.
Bank and Stock
This lesson will help you to understand the bank statements, the inventory, the quotation, sales order and fill in a tax invoice.
Value Added Tax
This lesson will explain what VAT is, how to register for VAT, how to cancel a registration, and how to do your tax periods.