Online Bookkeeping Course TESDA NC-III Accredited by EAA- Entrepreneurs Accounting Academy - SpeedyCourse Philippines
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Be a Certified Bookkeeper. We at Entrepreneurs Accounting Academy believe in the potential of this industry and would like to invite you to check out and enroll in our Bookkeeping Course! Our course is TESDA-Registered with an NC-III certification, assuring you a sound background in bookkeeping and basic accounting functions that are found in all types of organizations –whether profit or non-profit, micro, small to medium or large enterprises!

Why take this course?
  • Greater job opportunities both here and abroad because all companies, though varying in size, is required by law to "keep" accounting books. With this said, you can work in any type of organization as an accounting staff, bookkeeper or administrative staff and work your way up to the top.
  • Program but can be finished within five (5) months!
  • TESDA-Registered with Level III National Certification recognized nationally and internationally.
  • The large size of this occupation ensures plentiful job openings here and abroad, including many opportunities for temporary and part-time work.
  • There is a growing number BPO Companies for Finance and Accounting that offer an awesome compensation package
  • You can work at home as a freelancer and have a flexible work time schedule with lucrative income opportunities

Some highlights of what you will obtain after completing this course are:
  • Basic competencies and communication skills in the workplace
  • Maximizing mathematical concepts and techniques
  • Common competencies – checking for quality standards, basic computer operations, maintaining effective interpersonal skills
  • Journalizing Business Transactions
  • Financial Statement Analysis and Preparation
  • Preparing and checking policy compliance
  • Relevant technologies: Excel Automation & QuickBooks Premier Accountant Edition 

Outline

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS: Strategies and Uses

LEADING WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION
I. COMMUNICATE INFORMATION ABOUT WORKPLACE PROCESSES
II. LEAD WORKPLACE DISCUSSIONS
III. IDENTIFY AND COMMUNICATE ISSUES ARISING IN THE WORKPLACE

LEADING SMALL TEAMS

I. PROVIDE TEAM LEADERSHIP
II. ASSIGN RESPONSIBILITIES AMONG MEMBERS
III. SET PERFORMANCE EXPECTATION FOR TEAM MEMBERS
IV. SUPERVISE TEAM PERFORMANCE

DEVELOPING AND PRACTICING NEGOTIATION SKILLS

I. IDENTIFY RELEVANT INFORMATION IN PLANNING NEGOTIATIONS
II. PARTICIPATE IN NEGOTIATIONS
III. DOCUMENT AREAS FOR NEGOTIATION

IDENTIFYING FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE OF PROBLEM

I. EXPLAIN THE ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES
II. IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM
III. IDENTIFYING & CLARIFYING THE NATURE OF PROBLEM

USING RELEVANT TECHNOLOGIES AND PERFORMING COMPUTER OPERATIONS


USING RELEVANT TECHNOLOGIES AND PERFORMING COMPUTER OPERATIONS
I. GETTING STARTED WITH EXCEL
II. WORKING WITH FORMULAS AND FUNCTIONS
III. FORMATTING A WORKBOOK
IV. WORKING WITH EXCEL TABLES & PIVOTTABLES
V. MANAGING MULTIPLE WORKSHEETS AND WORKBOOKS

BOOKKEEPING PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS Part 1

APPLYING QUALITY STANDARDS
I. ADJUSTING ENTRIES
II. DEFINITION OF ACCOUNTING
III. THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE
IV. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
V. ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING
VI. GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES
VII. FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARD COUNCIL
VIII. USERS OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION
IX. OBJECTIVES OF FINANCIAL REPORTING
X. INFORMATION SPECTRUM
XI. FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS BASED ON OWNERSHIP
XII. ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
XIII. ACCOUNTING METHODS
XIV. TRADITIONAL ASSUMPTIONS
XV. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS (QUALITATIVE CHARACTERISTICS)
XVI. A HIERARCHY OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION QUALITIES
XVII. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
XVIII. ELEMENTS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
XIX. RECOGNITION PRINCIPLES
XX. MEASUREMENT ATTRIBUTES
XXI. BALANCE SHEET
XXII. INCOME STATEMENT
XXIII. SELECTED ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING TERMS
XXIV. EXERCISES ON CONCEPTS AND ASSUMPTIONS
XXV. EXERCISES ON ACCOUNTING ELEMENTS, BALANCE SHEET AND INCOME STATEMENTS

JOURNALIZING TRANSACTIONS
I. ACCOUNTING BOOKS
II. CHART OF ACCOUNTS
III. NOMINAL AND REAL ACCOUNTS
IV. ACCOUNTING SOURCE DOCUMENTS
V. TRANSACTIONS THAT GIVE RISE TO ACCOUNTING RECOGNITION
VI. PREPARING AND VALIDATING BUSINESS DOCUMENTATION
VII. THE ACCOUNTING EQUATION
VIII. DOUBLE ENTRY ACCOUNTING
IX. UNDERSTANDING THE LEDGER SYSTEM
X. DEBITS AND CREDITS
XI. DEBIT AND CREDIT RELATIONSHIPS OF ACCOUNTS FOR A CORPORATION
XII. IMPORTANT FEATURES OF DOUBLE-ENTRY ACCOUNTING
XIII. JOURNALIZING RECEIPTS
XIV. JOURNALIZING DISBURSEMENTS
XV. ACCOUNTING FOR CORPORATION
XVI. ACCOUNTING FOR MANUFACTURING
XVII. INTRODUCTION TO MERCHANDISING

POSTING TRANSACTIONS AND PREPARING TRIAL BALANCE
I. POSTING TRANSACTIONS
II. PREPARING TRIAL BALANCE

BOOKKEEPING PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS Part 2


PREPARING FINANCIAL REPORTS
I. ADJUSTING ENTRIES
II. PREPARATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND THE USE OF WORKSHEETS
III. CLOSING THE NOMINAL ACCOUNTS
IV. REVERSING ENTRIES
V. ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEMS
VI. CASH FLOW STATEMENT

CODE OF ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS IN THE PHILIPPINES
I. OBJECTIVES
II. THE PUBLIC INTEREST
III. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES
IV. INTEGRITY AND OBJECTIVITY
V. RESOLUTION OF ETHICAL CONFLICTS
VI. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE
VII. CONFIDENTIALITY
VIII. TAX PRACTICE

USING MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES
I. FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
II. BANK RECONCILIATION
III. COST ANALYSIS
IV. DIFFERENTIAL PRICING ANALYSIS
V. CAPITAL INVESTMENT DECISION

REVIEWING INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM
I. DEFINITION OF INTERNAL CONTROL
II. COMPONENTS OF INTERNAL CONTROL
III. KEY TERMS IN INTERNAL CONTROL
IV. LIMITATIONS ON EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNAL CONTROLS
V. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
VI. CONTROL ENVIRONMENT
VII. RISK ASSESSMENT
VIII. CONTROL ACTIVITIES
IX. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
X. MONITORING
XI. EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNAL CONTROL

PHILIPPINE TAXATION: Rules and Applications


PHILIPPINE TAXATION RULES AND APPLICATIONS
I. FRINGE BENEFITS TAX (FBT)
II. WITHHOLDING TAX ON WAGES
III. FINAL WITHHOLDING TAX
IV. EXPANDED WITHHOLDING TAX
V. SALIENT PROVISIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT 9337 ON VALUE ADDED TAX (RR 14-2005) AND INCOME TAX
VI. LOCAL BUSINESS TAX (LBT)
VII. FILING AND PAYMENT
VIII. GENERAL GUIDELINES WHEN ISSUED A LETTER OF AUTHORITY

Speaker/s

FACILITATORS

Sarah Saavedra Songalia, CPA, RFC
Managing Director

Sarah Saavedra-Songalia is the Managing Director of Saavedra Songalia & Associates.
Sarah started her professional career early during her college days at University of the Philippines Tacloban Campus, working part time for the Commission on Audit (COA) and the Social Security System. After obtaining her CPA, she formally ventured into the world of accounting with Sycip, Gorres and Velayo (SGV), the country’s premier accounting firm. She worked with the Audit, Consulting and Outsourcing departments, which kicked off her progressive career in the industry.

John Xavier S. Chavez, MFM
Facilitator
JX is an entrepreneur, business consultant and works in the academe as an Assistant Professor for Mapua Institute of Technology. Currently, trainer/facilitator for Entrepreneurs Accounting Academy.

Cristina M. Eclar, CPA
Facilitator
Cristina Manahan-Eclar graduated from the Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA), Manila, Philippines with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. She has more than eight (8) years of experience in accounting, five (5) of which is in public practice. She was an Accounting Manager for Teriyaki Boy Group, Inc. She also worked as an Assistant Manager for Citibank and as Senior Auditor at Diaz Murillo Dalupan and Company and Audit Supervisor at Manabat Sanagustin and Company, CPAs (formerly Laya Mananghaya and Company; a member firm of KPMG).To date, she is one of the facilitators at the Entrepreneurs Accounting Academy specializing in accounting for non accountants, cash flow management and taxation.

Enrique Ramon G. Lintag, CPA
Facilitator
Rick has over 37 years of experience in Accounting, including 5 years with Non-Profit Organizations. He was the Administrator of a foreign manufacturer of computer parts. Most of his career, he was an Accountant in the Aerospace and Airline Industry and has worked with a range of clients in the business and tax services area as well. Rick is also a very passionate on sharing his knowledge and experience in Accounting.

Carlson O. Bacorro, CPA, RCA
Facilitator
He has almost 4 years of experience in Financial Accounting and Controlling. Previously, he worked for Bayer Business Services Philippines, Inc. (BBSPI) as an Internal Accountant.


Rosalyn M. Bagsik, CPA, MBA
Facilitator

Rosalyn 'Lyn' M. Bagsik graduated from the University of Sto. Tomas with a degree of BSC major in Accounting.She obtained her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Degree from Ateneo de Manila University.  Lyn has more than 15 years of combined experience in the areas of Financial Management, Taxation, Budget and Forecast, Treasury, and Financial Reporting and Analysis gained from various multinational companies including Nielsen, Colliers International, and Fitness First.  

Currently, Lyn is a facilitator at Entrepreneur Accounting Academy since 2014. 


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