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12 Weeks


About the Course

ADACALL's Bookkeeping vocational course is ideal for individuals who already possess the basic skills and knowledge of accounting, or who are interested in learning more about it. The curriculum focuses on the fundamental bookkeeping concepts such as double-entry bookkeeping, recording of business transactions and chart of accounts. Students are also introduced to accounting software, including financial statements, income statements, and balance sheets.

This course also covers the topics such as auditing procedures, financial statement analysis, budgeting, cost accounting, and more. During the course, students will also learn how to interpret data and make financial decisions. In addition, the course also covers the basics of income tax, payroll tax, and other taxes.

The Bookkeeping vocational course enables individuals to develop the necessary accounting skills that employers look for in their accountants. Individuals who complete the course will be able to manage financial affairs with confidence, prepare financial statements, and record business transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAPs).

ADACALL's Bookkeeping vocation courses are highly beneficial for individuals with ambition and commitment. With the right training, individuals can move on to other areas of the accounting field such as business financial management, taxation, or auditing.

If you are interested in a career in the field of finance and accounting, ADACALL's Bookkeeping vocational course is an excellent way to start. The course provides comprehensive training that enables individuals to enter into the accounting and finance industry with confidence. And with the right knowledge and skills, individuals can progress through their accounting career without any difficulties.

Your Instructor


Some qualities of our teachers include appreciable skills in communication, listening, collaboration, adaptability, empathy and patience. They have all the characteristics needed for effective teaching such as managing an engaging classroom presence, value in real-world learning, exchange of best practices and a lifelong love of learning.

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