R10 753.00

course fees

10

modules

10 weeks

duration

Anytime

registration

Bookkeeping: Start to Year-End


Finance and Investment

Learn bookkeeping to produce annual financial statements from transactions by documenting your business activities as a business owner or bookkeeper.

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R10 753.00

course fees

10

modules

10 weeks

duration

Anytime

registration

Payment options available to you

Description

This course introduces the role of a bookkeeping professional and the activities that it entails. The course equips you with the knowledge and skills to develop a journal and ledger process, compile statutory documentation for VAT purposes, as well as payroll functions, and to construct pre-adjusted and post-adjusted trial balances. You will also learn how to apply and perform a reconciliation, which is part of the process to balance books.

Subject Matter Expert

Samiah Fakier studied a B.Com Accounting Degree at UCT and completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting at UCT in 2011. She is currently a manager in an International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) technical position where she assists audit teams and clients, and trains them on the latest amendments and upcoming IFRS standards. After completing her articles and qualifying as a Charted Accountant, Samiah knew she wanted to teach and assist through lecturing. Her goal is to ultimately lecture at a higher education institution and assist students making their way through their accounting journey.

Academic Tutor Support

Your dedicated Online Academic Tutor (OAT) will provide you with necessary guidance, offer advice and answer questions on course content, to help you achieve academic success.

Student Support Coordinator

The Student Success Coordinator (SSC) team will assist you with any query that you may have about the environment, systems, and general utilisation throughout your learning journey.

Course and Technical Requirements

BASIC REQUIREMENTS
To successfully access and complete this course, you will be required to have a registered email account, access to a computer/laptop/tablet and stable internet connection. You will be required to be familiar with using a computer as you may need to be able to read and download documents in Adobe PDF Reader, view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and read and create documents in Microsoft Word.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Our online short learning programmes may require additional software applications. These additional software applications requirements will be communicated to you in this information pack and/or on the website course page. Damelin Online does not provide any additional software applications required for online short learning programmes.

Please note: Google, YouTube and Vimeo may be used in our online course delivery. If any of these services are blocked in your jurisdiction, you may have difficulty in accessing our course content.

How You Will Learn

Our online short learning programmes are broken into self-paced manageable modules designed to be interactive and engaging:

  • The programme is available to be viewed on smart devices and includes mobile, tablets and personal computers.
  • Relevant case studies, articles and recommended reading are part of supplementary resources available.
  • Apply and evaluate what you have learned in each module with the self-grading quizzes and assignment submissions.
  • View a range of introductory course videos by your Subject Matter Expert.
  • Scheduled live webinars are included with the Online Academic Tutor.
  • Network, collaborate and interact with your fellow participants and Online Academic Tutor via the discussion forum.

Certification

Upon successful completion of this online short learning programme, you will receive the recognition of your knowledge and skills with a Damelin Certificate of Competence. Your certificate of competence will be issued in your registered name and will be couriered at no additional cost.

You will be required to complete a series of assessments that will be facilitated through our virtual learning environment. Your course handbook will be made available to you once you have commenced with your short learning programme.

Module Outline

  • MODULE 0 | Orientation Week 1
    Navigating the Virtual Learning Environment
  • MODULE 1 | The Fundamentals of Bookkeeping Week 2
    The overall goal and purpose of the bookkeeping function
  • MODULE 2 | Journals Week 3
    Get acquainted with the concept of “source documents”
  • MODULE 3 | Value Added Tax Week 4
    All things VAT in the context of South Africa
  • MODULE 4 | Inventory Control Week 5
    The considerations to keep in mind when doing the bookkeeping work for transactions that affect inventory levels
  • MODULE 5 | Debtors and Creditors Week 6
    Bookkeeping for transactions where credit is involved
  • MODULE 6 | The General Ledger Week 7
    Learn to balance and close the general ledger
  • MODULE 7 | Payroll Week 8
    The elements related to salaries and wages
  • MODULE 8 | Balancing the Books Week 9
    The steps involved in the finalisation of the bookkeeping records for a specific period
  • MODULE 9 | Wrap-up Week 10
    Synthesise your learning journey experience

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