You will learn fundamental finance and accounting skills such as applying basic mathematical functions to financial data and understanding the principles of single entry accounting systems.
You will complete your maths and English assessment and initial assessment for the course at the first session and set personal objectives and goals.
In order to make sure that this course delivers exactly what you need we require all learners to attend a pre-course information session prior to the course starting. This will be held on the 31st of October 2018 between 10:00AM -14:00.
Using Numbers in Business, Sales & Purchases in Business, Role of the Bookkeeper, Financial Transactions, Processing Customer & Supplier Transactions, Processing Receipts & Payments, Preparing for Work.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course. However, it is advantageous for learners to have a basic knowledge of using a computer.
Pens, pencils, notebook/pad & a calculator
All of the fees we charge are based on the level of government subsidy we get for you as a learner. We get these subsidies from the Education & Skills Funding Agency, a central government agency that is responsible for funding schools as well as adult learning. The level of subsidy we get is based on a combination of the type and the level of course that it is and your personal situation (how long you have lived in the EU for, your age and employment status, etc.). Some courses are fully subsidised so you do not have to pay anything, others are partly subsidised and some have no government subsidy whatsoever so are funded entirely from your course fees.
Don't worry if you are in any doubt as to how much you will need to pay as we will invite you to an information session before the course begins. At this session we will discuss all aspects of the course with you including fees.
AAT Level 1 Access Award in Bookkeeping and a AAT Level 1 Access Award in Business Skills
AAT Foundation Certificate in Accounting (Level 2 )
Pathways, Customer Service, Functional Skills Maths, English, ICT, Communication in the Workplace, Know the Business, Employability
All of the courses that we run and are available for you to apply for are advertised on our website: https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/education-and-learning/adult-learning/courses
The easiest route for you to apply for a course is online. If this is your first time applying then you need to set up an account, otherwise you can simply log in using your email address or learner reference number and your password.
For Leisurestream and Community Learning courses you can enrol yourself directly onto the course and make your payment using a debit or credit card.
For our English and maths courses you can enrol yourself online onto the course and no payment is required as these are generally free. Once you have enrolled onto the course the tutor will be in touch with you to discuss the course and to give you the joining instructions.
For qualification courses you can apply online and we will invite you to attend a pre-course information session. At this session one of our tutors will discuss the course with you and make sure that it is exactly what you are expecting and make sure that you will get the outcome you want.
You can call us on 0344 800 8020 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm where one of our Customer Service Advisors will be able to help you to enrol or apply for your course. We have a dedicated phone number with specially trained staff if you want to apply for an English or maths course so to apply please call us on 01603 306530.
We may be able to assist you with:
course fees, childcare costs, materials and resources, travel costs etc.
further advice or guidance about courses or career opportunities
specific learning, access or disability needs that might affect your learning
To speak to a member of our Learner Services Team with regards to any of the above
please call 01603 306551 or email firstname.lastname@example.org