Computerised Accounting (CIBM)

Computerised Accounting (CIBM)

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12 Weeks (Part Time)

LECTURE TIMES: Mon & Wed: 18h00 – 20h00
Part Time: Saturday Mornings: 08H30 – 12H30

Every business needs an accountant or bookkeeper and that is why there is always a demand for them. This course will teach you the principles of bookkeeping and how to write up a set of books to trial balance. On the basis that almost every business has some form of computerisation, this course will also teach you how to keep a computerised set of financial records using the most popular package in the SME sector, Pastel Accounting.

On completion of this course you will be able to write up financial records for small to medium sized businesses or even be employed as a Bookkeeper in commerce and industry. Alternatively, you may want to write up books for your own business, if you are a business person. The bookkeeping course has been endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Business Management (CIBM), and the Pastel course is authorised by Pastel Software. You will receive two certificates, one for Bookkeeping endorsed by the CIBM and the other from Pastel SA.



• Introduction to Bookkeeping
• The Cash Book
• The Petty Cash Book
• General Journals
• Debtors
• Creditors
• General Ledger
• Reconciliations
• Trial Balance
• Salaries and Wages


• Working in the Demo Company
• Edit Masterfiles
• Introduction to Processing
• Supplier Processing
• Customer Processing
• Cash Book Processing
• Monthly Processing


Includes all prescribed manuals


Basic Computer literacy, Maths literacy and English


Accounts Clerk, Bookkeeper, Accounts Assistant, Debtors Clerk, Creditors Clerk

NOTE: If you register for both the Bookkeeping and Pastel courses simultaneously, you will automatically qualify with a Certificate in Computerised Accounting and a 10% Discount on both courses!

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