For each of these qualifications, you will be required to complete a City & Guilds set and marked test. This will consist of practical tasks.
Which level is right for me?
The aim of the qualification is to enable learners to operate computerised accounts software to carry out routine accounting tasks. These will include being able to create accounts, processing accounting information in respect of the sales and purchase ledger, understanding how to use batch control sheets and being able to produce accounting reports such as trial balance, customer activity reports and supplier details reports.
The aim of the qualification is to enable learners to carry out everyday operational aspects of computerised accounts. These include processing accounting transactions, producing customer and supplier documentation and producing reports such as aged creditor analysis and sales day book summaries for management purposes.
The aim of the qualification is to enable learners to carry out everyday operational parts of computerised accounting, involving the interpretation and processing of both routine and non-routine transactions, together with the production of accounting reports such as profit and loss accounts and balance sheets.