NIU BRITISH DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
The object of this course is to train school leavers, men and women to understand the modern financial accounting procedures. This starts with an understanding of basic accounting principles and techniques, the interpretation of account of limited companies prepared in accordance with company law. Setting and financing a small business, and them considers the problem involved when the business grows. This is an ideal Course for Manager who needs the valuable training which will fit them for promotion. Here are the major topics of the course.
Basic Principles of Accounts. Trial balance. Profit & Loss Accounts. The various Layout of Tabular Balance Sheet. Various Financial Reports. Budgetary Control. Capital Expenditure Budget and Cash Budget. Corporate and Business Finance. Source of Working Capital-Small Finance Loan Guarantee Scheme. Mortgages. Lease-back. Hire Purchase. Factoring. Nature of Capital-Convertible Debentures. Financial Ratio Analysis. Capital Investment. Classification of Cost – Materials Cost, Wages or Labour Cost.
Paper based method by home study/correspondence/distance learning. Tutorial Support Your personal tutor role is to deal with any queries you may have. Students are welcome to telephone, fax, or email your personal tutor.
Minimum: Secondary level with understanding of simple English language
Study duration: 3 — 6 months
Assessment Method and NIU British University Diploma
Each course consists of 3 Instruction Books. At the end of each Instruction Book, there is an Assessment Test, a set of questions based on all the Chapters in that Instruction Book. We ask you to submit the answers to the Assessment Test to us. The answer to the Test Paper will carefully read and mark by qualified external examiners. You will surprise by the quick progress you make. When you have successfully completed the Assessment Tests and passed the Final Test, a prestigious NIU British University Diploma will award to you for a brighter future.
Diploma is awarded by NIU BRITISH UNIVERSITY.