NC Business with Accounts - Places Available
Full-time, one year
From 28 Aug 2017
Ayr, Kilmarnock, Kilwinning
Good business and IT skills are needed in every type of industry and for all sizes of business - from small local firms to large multinationals, or public sector organisations such as the NHS and local councils. Our business courses give you the right skills and knowledge to prepare you for a wide range of exciting careers - they’re relevant, practical and bang up to date with what businesses are looking for from new employees.
If you’ve got aspirations for a career in business or accounting, then this course is a great place to start.
For entry to this course you’ll need:
If you don’t have formal qualifications, but have life experience, then we’ll also consider you for a place, so please call us for a chat.
You’ll begin by looking at large business organisations, including those operating globally. You’ll explore different business sectors, business objectives and what can impact on the success of a business. You will also learn about economic activity and the UK government’s economic policies.
You’ll look at what’s involved in the successful management of marketing and operations, including market research, stock management control, quality control and production methods.
You’ll learn how to manage people and finance effectively and develop your IT skills and knowledge of applications, including word processing, spreadsheets and databases, using complex functions.
You’ll also explore Scots Law, including the difference between criminal and civil law, and how the courts system operates.
On the accounting side, you’ll look at basic book keeping and learn to use commercial software for accounting purposes, such as creating records for income and expenses, processing transactions or producing management reports.
You’ll learn the basics of management accounting, such as controlling costs, break-even analysis and preparing budgets. You’ll also look at financial accounting and producing financial statements, including profit and loss accounts.
You’ll develop skills to handle wages and salaries, including calculating tax and national insurance deductions, and preparing payroll records.
Finally, you’ll have the chance to:
When you successfully complete this course, you’ll have the choice of: