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Introduction to Bookkeeping

Training Link (Birmingham)


What will I learn?

In order to provide you with a fair chance to establish if Bookkeeping and Accounts is for you, and indeed if you are able to cope with our home study courses, Training Link have made the ‘Introduction to Bookkeeping and Accounts’ course available for just £35.
This consists of a printed easy to follow workbook, pre-formatted activity and assessment files for easy completion, and a full time tutor with over 20 years’ experience.

Should you then wish to continue with your studies and take things a step further, Training Link will deduct the £35 from your next purchase.

By the end of this course you will have a better understanding of, and be able to carry out the following tasks:

  • Define the differences between a book keeper and an accountant
  • Understand the principles and responsibilities of a Bookkeeper
  • Identify different types of businesses
  • Understand Income and Expenditure
  • Understand and process different Bank Transactions
  • Understand and process Cash Transactions
  • Understand the basic principles of VAT
  • Enter transactions to Ledgers
  • Calculate and process Trade Discounts

What do I need to know?

There are no prerequisites for this course; it is designed for complete beginners, although a good understanding of the English language is essential.

Course info


No Qualification

Study Hours

10 Hours

Study mode




Total time for completion

No time limit

Who runs this course?



Training Link was launched in 1996 and has progressed to become one of the leading distance learning course providers for Bookkeeping and Accounts in the UK. From the beginning it was clear that the standard of materials and resources used throughout the distance learning industry were not effective or suitable for learning outside of the classroom. This is still the case with many distance learning providers as they choose to use off the shelf books and old fashioned processes and support procedures. Training Link are very proud to say that through continued development and investment it has been possible to develop the highest standard and quality study materials, lessons, activities, resources and support procedures to the extent of

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