Understanding Business Accounts

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Course description

For a business, nothing is more important than its finances. This course will provide you with a good understanding of business accounts – essential knowledge if you run a small business; are considering setting one up or need to learn more about company accounts for your current or future role.
This course – designed to help you understand the principles of business accountancy – also covers part of the syllabus for the ITEC Business Competence Level 3 unit qualification.
Comprising five lessons, our business accounts training is designed to help you understand balance sheets, profit and loss (PandL) accounts including stock-taking, depreciation, capital and revenue expenditure. You will also learn about accruals and the role of capital and reserves. The final lesson considers profit margins, analysing a profit and loss account and how to make comparisons on financial statements.
This is a fully flexible self-study programme, which means you can organise your training around your existing work and home commitments. There’s also a course advisor on hand to help out when you need it.
Once you’ve completed your training in understanding business accounting, you’ll be able to keep your workbook as your own handy reference guide and will be entitled to feature the prestigious Pitman Training name on your CV.


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