Knowledge evidence explain double entry bookkeeping

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Knowledge Evidence Explain double-entry bookkeeping principles Identify general journal and general ledger entries List the key provisions of relevant legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice that may preparation of financial reports Describe organisational accounting systems Outline relevant organisational policies, procedures and accounting standards.
FNS50215 | BSBFIA401 Prepare Financial Reports Learner’s Guide| V 1.0 | June 2015 Brighton Pacific Pty Ltd t/a Australia Institute of Business and Technology | RTO Code 41138 Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2016 Page 8of 254. Delivery Plan Delivery is in the form of instructor-led, classroom-based tutorial sessions and instructor-supervised learning/project sessions. Within the class room environment, learning is supported by classroom-based tutorial/learning sessions and structured lessons and activities. Strategies for classroom based learning would focus on interaction, discussion, practice, reading and practical examples of the theory. Delivery Arrangement This unit is delivered in a face-to-face classroom based environment using a variety of methods including interactive lectures, presentations, case studies, group discussion and projects. The unit forms a part of college’s training/qualification program and delivered in accordance with nominated unit hours and RTO’s delivery schedule. Delivery schedule may vary from semester to semester and students should refer to course timetables for more information. Delivery mode of this unit is determined as per the confirmation of enrolment and may include part or full online learning, if opted. Tutorial/Learning sessions will include group/collaborative activities and tasks that impinge upon required skills and knowledge in this unit. The emphasis of learning will be on linking theoretical concepts and models with real-life situations to provide the students with an opportunity to gain an insight into key technological processes, professional environment and workplace practices. Where possible, a project-based approach to training will be adopted. The concept of enabling competency through project based delivery learning provides opportunities for students to apply skills and knowledge in an integrated format that represents a realistic workplace practice. With the added dimension of close support by the trainer(s), the students will be able to apply their knowledge in a simulated environment and learn by making mistakes. This environment improves the transition between institutional and workplace learning in the development of professional competence, as expected at this level. Delivery Conditions On commencement, the students should review and understand all the course related information including course structure, prerequisites and competency requirements for each unit of competency.

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