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      ONLINE IGCSE ACCOUNTING (9-1)

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      Typology GCSE
      Methodology Online
      Duration 12 Months
      Start Different dates available
      Online campus Yes
      Delivery of study materials Yes
      Support service Yes
      Virtual classes Yes
      • GCSE
      • Online
      • Duration:
        12 Months
      • Start:
        Different dates available
      • Online campus
      • Delivery of study materials
      • Support service
      • Virtual classes
      Description

      IGCSE Accounting is a great building block to A-Levels but also an interesting subject in its own right. You will cover both Bookkeeping and Financial Statements as well as looking at fundamental accounting concepts.
      You will also gain an appreciation of accounting concepts as well as understanding how the accountant works withing the business environment.

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      Different dates available
      Online
      Starts Different dates available
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      Online

      To take into account

      · What are the objectives of this course?

      The course provides opportunities to gain skills that will support progression to further study of Accounting, and to enhance future educational or employment prospects. Accounting qualifications can be particularly valuable for students wishing to progress into accountancy or financial careers; accountant graduates tend to have excellent employment prospects*, allowing many students to work in a range of global sectors and industries.

      · Qualification

      Upon successful completion of the exam and practical assessments (as administered by Edexcel), you will have achieved an internationally recognised Edexcel IGCSE Accounting (4AC1) qualification.

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Bookkeeping
      Financial
      Financial Training
      Bookkeeping and accounting
      Accounting
      Financial statements
      GCSE in Accounting
      Accounting Environment
      Control Processes

      Course programme

      Course Outline

      This course is divided into 2 units:

      Unit 1: Introduction to Bookkeeping and Accounting – Paper code: 4AC1/01

      • Exam Availability: May/ June
      • Written examination: 2 hours

      Unit 2: Financial Statements – Paper code: 4AC1/02

      • Exam Availability: May/ June
      • Written examination: 1 hour 15 mins

      You will also sit a:

      Formative Assessment: Activities, multiple choice assessments, short answer and tutor marked mock exam.

      Summative Assessment: Final exam sat over two papers.

      Course structure

      The Pearson Edexcel International GCSE in Accounting comprises five topics:

      • Topic 1: The accounting environment
      • Topic 2: Introduction to bookkeeping
      • Topic 3: Introduction to control processes
      • Topic 4: The preparation of financial statements
      • Topic 5: Accounting for end of period adjustments
      Paper 1 will draw exclusively from topics 1-3

      Paper 2, which is more holistic in nature, builds on the knowledge,
      understanding and skills covered in topics 1-3 in addition to the content specified in topics 4 and 5

      Assessments

      The Edexcel IGCSE Accounting qualification is gained once the exam papers are successfully completed. These exams are administered by Edexcel and assessment centre details will be included with your course, as well as practice papers so that you are more than prepared for your assessments.

      In addition, there will be a number of tutor marked assessments (TMAs) to ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the course materials, with the tutor sending comments to guide you through any areas of potential difficulty, as well as a range of self-assessments that are indicators that you understand the materials as you work through them. These are for your own information, and do not need to be shown to your course tutor.


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