LCCI Level 2 Computerised Bookkeeping

Preparatory Course for LCCI Level 2 in Computerised Bookkeeping

Overview  (SkillsFuture Approved)

LCCI Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting Skills helps learners to develop their skills and competence in using computerised accounting software. It covers producing accurate, professional and well-presented accounting information. The aim of the qualification is to develop students’ competence in using computerised accounting software to enable to perform their day-to-day financial.

For those who:

  • who wish to improve their skills in bookkeeping and accounts
  • who wish to enhance their employability and intend to work in an Accounting role which requires to process daily accounting transaction using integrated system.

To equip candidates with comprehensive skills and knowledge on taxation that is highly sought after by businesses.

Duration: 1 Months (  7pm-10 pm on monday and thursday starting from 11 feb - 28 Mar)

Venue: 10 Anson Road, 26-08A International Plaza, Singapore 079903

LCCI Level 2 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping (VRQ)

Overview of assessment


● One externally set and marked paper, consisting of 100% of the overall grade of the qualification
● The examination will be 2 hours 45 minutes
● The examination will consist of 180 marks
● Students will be graded Pass/Merit/Distinction. A result of Fail will be recorded where students do not achieve the required marks for a Pass
● The paper comprises two sections
● Students answer all tasks from Section A and Section B
● Students are required to generate and save all tasks in PDF format
● Section A comprises one extended, open-response question broken down into a number of parts
● Section A requires the use of word processing software and PDF conversion software, if not already part of the word processing software package
● Section B comprises a scenario in which it is assumed that the candidate is working in an accounting department using a computerised accounting system.
The scenario requires candidates to process a variety of business transactions using commercially available computerised accounting software
● Section B requires the use of dedicated computerised accounting software and PDF conversion software, if not already part of the computerised accounting software package. The examination is compatible with the following computerised accounting software: Sage 50, Sage Instant, Sage UBS, MYOB, Pegasus, TASBooks, QuickBooks and Microsoft Accounting. This list is not exhaustive and other computerised accounting software may be used.Centres must ensure the computerised accounting software they are using is equivalent to those listed and will enable candidates to successfully complete
the examination without disadvantage.
Computerised accounting software must accept currencies to 2 decimal places, for example sterling, dollars, euros, yen. Conduct of the assessment
● The procedures and conduct of the examination are given in the Instructions for the Conduct of Examinations (ICE) document found on our website.

The following skills should be developed throughout the course of study.

a) Demonstrate accuracy and orderliness to present accounting information
b) Process different types of transactions, sales, purchases and nominal ledgers
c) Process a variety of accounting journals using the double entry concept
d) Carry out reconciliation of banking records
e) Prepare ledger accounts and management information
f) Understand the need for data security

Entry Requirements
● Above 16 years old
● High School Level English
● Certificate in Bookkeeping Level 1 (recommended)

Qualification Type
● LCCI IQ

Qualification Title
● Pearson LCCI Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounting (VRQ)

Accreditation Status
● Accredited

Subject suite
● Financial and Quantitative

Number of lessons
● 16 lessons

  LCCI Level 2 Award in Computerised Bookkeeping Course Outline

Creating, entering and amending company data

  • Create, enter and amend company data

Processing journals

  • Use different types of journal entries

Processing non-routine transactions

  • Process and record customer account adjustments
  • Process and record supplier account adjustments

Processing routine transactions

  • Record routine transactions
  • Process and record complex credit transactions
  • Process and record non-credit transactions

Bank accounts reconciliation

  • Carry out bank account reconciliation

Management reports

  • Generate period end management reports

Data security

  • Restore, back up and enable data security

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