CSSA Introduction to Financial Accounting

This is the second course in the CSSA Programme 1. On completion of this course students will have an introductory understanding and have the ability to apply the basic principles of bookkeeping and accounting.

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Description

This is the second course in the CSSA Programme 1. On completion of this course students will have an introductory understanding and have the ability to apply the basic principles of bookkeeping and accounting.

Accreditation

Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa

Overview

• Basic concepts of accounting
• Transactions
• Ledger Accounts
• The accounting cycle
• The trial balance
• The adjusting and closing balance
• Applications of accounting systems
• Receivables and payables
• Inventories
• Cash and cash equivalents
• Non-current assets
• Presentations and disclosure of financial statements
• Partnerships
• Non-trading entities
• Close corporations
• Statement of cash flows

Qualification

This subject is a part of a national qualification on completion of all 3 Programme subjects you will receive a NQF L7 Professional Qualification.

Requirements

Student must have successfully completed Communication, Mathematical Literacy and Accounting at NQF Level 4.

Duration

This subject can be completed in 3 months.

Packages

Home Study

The Home Study Package offers:

• Textbooks
• Study guides
• Workbooks - Not for all subjects
• Lecturer Support - via Email, Phone and access to the Student Question & Answer Platform

Online Classroom

The Full Online Classroom Package builds on the Home Study Package and provides you with the digital resources that may be available for your course as well as giving you access to the SACOB Online Classroom. The Online Classroom Package offers:

• Video Kit
• Study maps
• Study plans
• Lecturer/Concept videos
• Quizzes
• Assessment downloads and uploads
• SACOB Student Forum

Assessment

You will be required to complete a summative assessment (final exam) at the end of this subject.

What's next

You can continue your studies with SACOB and CSSA and complete more subjects that make up this qualification.