Website Software

A key requirement for commercial success is the production of accurate and intelligent financial information. Accounting and Bookkeeping skills are fundamental for anyone working in or wishing to work in a commercial environment.

Who should attend the course?

• People currently working in an accounting role who want to improve or consolidate their working knowledge.
• New recruits into a junior accounting role
• Self-employed people who want to set up or improve their accounts function and cut down on their accountant’s bills.
• Office administrators and professionals who have the accounts function or understanding of finance as part of their role.
• People seeking to develop foundation skills in book-keeping and accounts

Aim of the Course

The aim of the course is to build your confidence and develop your theoretical knowledge and ability to use basic bookkeeping principles and processes in the context of a simple sole trader or small organisation.

Prerequisites

Basic math’s and an understanding of the English language are desirable.

Objectives of the course

By the end of this course you be able to
1. Process documents involved in the accounting function using double-entry bookkeeping
2. Prepare statements as a preliminary to financial control
3. Record income and payments in the double entry system
4. Process a wide range of financial transactions using double entry bookkeeping
5. Prepare control accounts and ledger balances
6. Check and correct accounting records as necessary
7. Supply information for management control
8. Work in a healthy and safe environment
9. Achieve personal effectiveness at work
10. Overall work as a junior bookkeeper within a small business/sole trader

Course Duration
• The full course is 7 weeks taught at 1 day per week.

Unit Title: Website Software
Level: One
Credit Value: 3
GLH: 20
OCNLR Unit Code: CQ0/1/LQ/001
Ofqual Unit Reference Number: L/502/4630

This unit has 3 learning outcomes

LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESTMENT CRITERIA
The learner will: The learner can:
1. Plan and create web pages
    1.1. Identify what content and layout will be nedeed in the web page
    1.2. Identify the purpose of the web page and intended audience.
    1.3. Select and use a website design template to create a single web page.
    1.4. Enter or insert content for web pages so that it is ready for editing and formatting.
    1.5. Organise and combine information needed for web pages.
    1.6. Identify copyright and other constrains on using others’ information.
    1.7. Identify what file types to use for saving content
    1.8. Store and retrieve web files effectively in line with local guidelines and conventions where available.
2. Use website software tools to structure and format web pages.
    2.1. Identify what editing and formatting to use to aid both clarity and navigation
    2.2. Select and use website features to help the user navigate simple website
    2.3. Use appropirate editing and formating techniques.
    2.4. Check web pages meet needs, using IT tools and making corrections as necessary.
3. Publish web pages to the Internet or an Itranet.
    3.1. Upload content to a website
    3.2. Respond appropriately to common problems when testing a web page.