The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry LCCI International Qualifications are awarded by Pearson Education Ltd. An accredited Awarding Body providing vocational and professional qualification around the world. Pearson is accredited by the UK qualifications regulator, the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual), and many regulatory bodies and Ministries of Education around the world recognise LCCI International Qualifications. Employers, universities and other professional bodies internationally recognise the LCCI international qualifications. LCCIs range of courses is designed to deliver the skills essential for success in todays demanding commercial environment. The Pearson-LCCI winning formula lies in its flexible programme with examination at various levels thus enabling candidates to enter at the most appropriate level for their existing skills. Pearson-LCCI also offer Diplomas and Group Awards to allow candidates to add to their marketable skills and receive professional status.

Entry Requirements

  • 1 GCE N Level OR
  • 1 GCE O Level OR
  • NITEC/Higher NITEC OR
  • Minimum High school level of English equivalent to the LCCI Level 2 English for Business or JETSET 4 – (Council of Europe B1/Threshold)
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Course Learning Outcomes

The Level 3 Award in Computerised Accounting Skills [ASE20055] develops candidates ability to manage a computerised accounting system in order to provide management information. Candidates will learn how to process non-routine accounting transactions and print and analyse reports such as the Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet.

The aims of the qualification is to develop candidates competence in using computerised accounting software to produce accurate, professional and well presented accounting information employing an appropriate range of accounting procedures. It particularly aims to develop skills in: setting up initial business data in a computerised accounting system; processing and completing advanced business transactions; producing and analysing end period reports ; and producing and reviewing a range of routine and non-routine accounting reports for management purposes.

This qualification is suitable for people who work or intend to work in an advanced accounting role which requires the computerized processing and completion of advanced accounting transactions and the preparation of end period reports. Accredited in the UK as the EDI Level 3 Award in Computerised Accounting Skills (QCF) – 501/1266/1, it has a credit value of 10. It is taught and assessed using compatible computerised accounting software (e.g. MYOB). Also, this unit-sized qualification can be taken as a standalone qualification or as part of the Level 3 Specialised Diploma in Managerial Accounting, Level 3 Specialised Diploma in Accounting and Finance, Level 3 Specialised Diploma in Cost Accounting, Level 3 Specialised Diploma in Business Management and Accounting, Level 3 Diploma in Computerised Accounting or the Level 3 Diploma in Business Studies.

Syllabus topics include:

  • Setting up initial data
  • Entering transactions
  • Processing credit card transactions
  • Recording transactions relating to acquisition and disposal of fixed assets
  • Making end of period adjustments
  • Amending Chart of Accounts and producing and analysing end period reports
  • Producing and reviewing routine and non-routine reports

Assessment Objectives:

  • Use computerized accounting software to enter initial data for a sole trader and record transactions relating to the owner
  • Use computerized accounting software to enter outstanding customer and supplier invoices, credit notes and payments on account
  • Use computerized accounting software to enter and reconcile an opening Trial Balance
  • Use computerized accounting software to enter and reconcile an opening Trial Balance
  • Use computerized accounting software to record transactions for the acquisition, disposal and depreciation of fixed assets
  • Use computerized accounting software to make end period adjustments for stock, income, expenses and VAT*
  • Use computerized accounting software to edit the Chart of Accounts and produce end reports including Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet, VAT* Return and Budget vs Actuals
  • Use computerized accounting software to produce and review a range of routine and non-routine reports

*or the relevant national purchase tax, e.g. GST, Consumption Tax, Sales Tax, State Sales Tax, PST, SUT

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Duration

TYPE 35 hours
Local 35 hours

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Teaching / Learning Methods and Strategies

Hands-on Practical lessons / Trial of Past Year Examination Papers / Assignments / Classroom Face-To-Face Theoretical Explanations

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Criteria of Award

Candidates must fulfill at least 75% course attendance requirements to sit for examinations. To obtain the certificate of attendance, students need to obtain at least a Pass grade in their examinations.

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Final Award

Successful candidates will be awarded a Pass, Credit or Distinction in the Level 3 Award in Computerised Accounting Skills based on the following error tolerances:

RESULTS IMMEDIATE FAIL PROCESSING ERRORS OTHER ERRORS
Pass None Permitted Maximum of 5 errors permitted Maximum of 6 errors permitted
Credit None Permitted Maximum of 3 errors permitted Maximum of 4 errors permitted
Distinction None Permitted Maximum of 1 error permitted Maximum of 2 errors permitted

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Grading System

Grading Results
50% - 59% PASS
60% - 74% PASS WITH CREDIT
75% and above PASS WITH DISTINCTION

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Assessment Information

EXAMINABLE PRACTICAL PAPER (EXTERNAL AWARD BY LONDON CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, UK) – 3 TIMES / YEAR [MARCH & APRIL (Series 2/On-Demand) / JUNE (Series 3) / NOVEMBER & DECEMBER (Series 4)].

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Expected date of release of Assessment result

Assessment results will be available to the students within 3 months upon completion of the last assessment for that assessment cycle. Appeal (if any) on assessment results must be lodged within 7 days after the release of assessment results

COURSE DURATION TABLE

TYPE FULL-TIME PART-TIME
Local N.A 4 months
SDF N.A 40 Hrs
International N.A N.A

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Fee Structures

  1. All fees are subject to the prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST) unless specified otherwise.
  2. Course Application Fee is NOT REFUNDABLE.
  3. Do not pay your school fees before you have signed the standard student contract.
  4. All fees quoted are in Singapore Dollar (S$).
  5. Fees are subject to periodic changes without prior notice.
  6. BMC accepts the following methods of payment:
    1. Cash
    2. Cashier’s order payable to BMC International College Pte Ltd
    3. Cheque payable to BMC International College Pte Ltd
    4. NETS
    5. Credit cards (VISA, Mastercard, Diners Club & American Express)

“ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO GST UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE”

*All Singaporean aged 25 and above can use their S$500 SkillsFuture from the Government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website (www.skillsfuture.sg/credit) to choose from the courses available on the SkillsFuture Credit course directory.

Part Time Fee Structure

Full-Payment Structure

Fees Breakdown (shows the full breakdown of total payable fees) Total Payable (S$)
Course Application Fee (not covered under FPS and not refundable) $50.00
Tuition Fee[$700 - $100] $600.00
Course Material Fee $20.00
Total Course Fees Payable $670.00
GST $46.90
Total Course Fees Payable after GST $716.90

Miscellaneous Fees

Purpose of Fee Amount (S$) and When Payable
Late payment fees $60.00(before GST)
$64.20(after GST)
Re-take examination Admin Fee(per re-sitting)[NO GST] $50.00[NO GST]

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COURSE DURATION TABLE:

TYPE FULL-TIME PART-TIME
Local N.A4 Months
SDF N.A 35 Hrs
International N.A N.A

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FULL  TIME

COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATES TIME DAYS
This centre does not conduct full-time classes for this course.

PART TIME

COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATES TIME DAYS
16-Nov-18 7:00PM - 09:30PM Fri
Commencement dates after the last available date are yet to be scheduled.

 

 

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PART TIME

COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATES TIME DAYS
06-Sep-18 07:00pm - 09:30pm Tue / Thu
19-Feb-19 07:00pm - 09:30pm Thu

 

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Accounting

Ibrahim Jaffar
Sr Programme Manager
Telephone: (+65) 6452 3885
Email: ibrahim@bmc.edu.sg

Experience:

Started work with Trainee / Adjunct Teacher, Software Technician, Programme Manager and Senior Programmer Manager to Liaise and correspond with Course Awarding bodies such as –Pearson London Chamber of Commerce and Industry International Qualifications (LCCI), Pearson BTEC, Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Singapore, and University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), Review Curriculum and Syllabi in consultation with Teachers and Partners , Oversee Student Support Services and Conduct of Orientation programmes, Conduct Training Programmes for Staff and Teachers, and Manage & Prepare the Conduct of Internal and External Examinations Workflow.

Professional Qualification:

Post Graduated Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA) Bachelor of Science

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