Level 1 Accounting
This course introduces students to the financial world as it affects individuals, community organisations and businesses.
Much more than just for those wanting to be accountants, accounting provides financial skills for any chosen career path. Financial literacy, communication, research, decision making, problem solving and analysis and interpretation
Topics include: making financial decisions; preparing financial statements for a sole proprietor; processing financial information for a sole proprietor; giving guidance to managing your own personal finances.
Up to 24 credits available. (7 credits contribute towards NCEA literacy). A mix of internal and external credits
|Number||Title||I or E *||Credits|
|AS 90976||Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for small entities||E||3|
|AS 90977||Process financial transactions for a small entity||I||5|
|AS 90978||Prepare financial statements for sole proprietors||E||5|
|AS 90979||Prepare financial information for a community organisation’s annual general meeting||I||4|
|AS 90980||Interpret accounting information for sole proprietors||E||4|
|AS 90981||Make a financial decision for an individual or group||I||3|
I or E * = Internal or external assessments
Cost: $25-$30 for a recommended learning workbook
Contact: Mrs Gail Davies