What You Will Learn :
- Learners will understand accounts and how they can be used to give insight into the health of the organisation.
- Learners will complete exercises in accounts throughout this module to understand what they are telling us and the actions that analysis can precipitate.
- Understanding how your people and your business can continually improve together, learners will review reward structures, CPD, training and development to ensure high performance in business.
- Learners will analyse how markets, customers, competitors and products can come together in a cohesive plan.
The Undergraduate Level 4 (Accounting and Finance) and Level 5 (Extended Diploma in Management) are a240 creditcourse designed to fast track students to the final year of an associated Undergraduate degree in Finance and Accounting, which can either be completed at a UK university on campus or via distance learning.
The Level 4 modules and assignments of this course are equivalent to thefirst year of a University Degreeand the Level 5 modules and assignments are equivalent to thesecond year of a University Degree.
This course is made up of 10 Level 4 modules (120 credits) and 10 level 5 modules (120 credits), each level also includes 10 written assignments. If a student decides to only study at Level 4 they will receive 120 credits and can apply for an exemption from the first year of a university Degree course.
Each module consists of approximately 40 guided learning hours of material with an additional 30-50 hours of optional learning material. These materials comprise recommended exercises, recommended readings, and internet resources.
The course includes:
All course material, including online modules and written assignments personal tutor support with 1-2-1 Skype sessions dedicated student support access to an online social learning forumAssignment marking and feedback-free NUS Extra card worth £19.90Free CV writing help on completion of the course
Training Course Content
Explore issues outside of the business that may affect the business and its operations. Looking into economics, international dimensions, nature and competition.
Managing and Using Finance
This module covers key areas of accounting, as seen from a business perspective. It explains how accountancy can inform and guide management decisions.
Maximising Resources to Achieve Business SuccessAn organisation that fails to dedicate sufficient attention to its use of resources will prove to be unprofitable over time. By being observant and prudent, any organisation can achieve significant gains from the management of its resources.
On successful completion of this module, learners will have knowledge of numeric exercises and will understand their use within the context of the business.
On completion of this module, learners will understand accounts and how they can be used to give insight into the health of the organisation.
This module aims to explain methods of financial control using budgets. This includes development and implementation of departmental budgets, which are combined to form a master budget.
This module aims to demonstrate how financial performance can be assessed in organisations. This includes the use of financial statements, and accounting standards. It also examines ways for raising finance over different periods of time.
This module aims to demonstrate the application and meaning of the commonly used financial ratio. This includes examining liquidity, solvency, gearing, and profitability.
This module aims to describe the preparation and presentation of the three financial statements. This includes the accounting concepts used.
This module aims to demonstrate how to determine financial efficiency. This includes understanding debt repayment capacity and investment appraisal. Using this knowledge, learners will be able to assess the likelihood of future financial success.
The Entrepreneurial Manager
What is an Entrepreneur? Examine the skills and qualities of entrepreneurship.
Why are organizations structured in the way they are? What determines the optimum structure and how does it differ between organizations? In this module, learners will look at the numerous models and theories that make up an organizational structure.
Practical Accounting Analysis
Learners will complete exercises in accounts throughout this module to understand what they are telling us and the actions that analysis can precipitate.
Who is this course for?
To enrol onto the Level 4 course, you must be at least 18 and have a full secondary education. Before enrolling onto the Level 5 course, you must have attained a Level 4 or equivalent.