Business Accounting Principles

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Business Accounting Principles

Course Fee: R4,850.00

The course is designed around unit standard outcomes that cover The Business and Accounting environment, Document processing, Receiving and Recording, Budgeting concepts, Business Needs analysis, Expense and Revenue control, Compile accounts, Accounting reports.

Who must do this Qualification

This course is aimed at people who are employed at a supervisory or management level in an accounting or bookkeeping field. Learners will be equipped for the workplace as they will learn how to process documents, receive and record receipts and produce accounts. The will also be able to manage a budget in an organisation or business section.

Course content

The qualifying learner will be able to:

  • Produce Accounting Reports
  • Budgeting for a Business or Department
  • Record Income and Receipts

Additional information


Once off full payment, 2 payments, 3 payments


4 –6 months


Your IBM/FASSET Certificate will indicate credits earned and outcomes covered. Credits can be used towards appropriate further study at any accredited training institution in South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho.

  • NQF Level 4
  • FASSET Certification
  • SAQA Unit Standard ID: 12988; 242810; 117491
  • Credits: 26
  • Formative and Summative Assignments
    This course if offered through distance learning. No exams, assignments only.

Entry Requirements

  • Communication at NQF Level 3, or equivalent.
  • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 3, or equivalent.
  • Computer Literacy at NFF Level 3, or equivalent.

Installment Payment Options

Study material can be downloaded immediately once the Registration Fee has been paid as the first installment payment. On the Enrolment Form a payment option can be selected as from below. Installment payment is open to all and no credit checks will be done. Installment payment facilities will only be granted for collection by bank debit order.

2 Payments 3 Payments
R2 490 p/m R1 690 p/m