On this day course you will learn:
- How to record your money in and out
- How to match them to what the bank says (and/or the petty cash tin balance)
- How to produce a simple finance report
- How to account for restricted funds.
Your WYCAS tutor will lead the session, working through a practical exercise using excel to record all transactions.
The tutor will provide some useful tips on using excel and the WYCAS bookkeeping template in excel will be provided to all participants. A laptop computer will be available for all participants on the day.
Please note this course is FREE for groups delivering all or most of their services in Bradford District. You must meet the learner eligibility criteria to be able to attend this course.
NLDC Learner Eligibility
These sessions are funded through the capacity building element of the Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities (NLDC) programme managed by Bradford College and funded by the Skills Funding Agency. The courses are therefore provided for the benefit of organisations that provide services in Bradford District.
To be eligible to attend this free session you must:
- Be over 19 years of age
- Have lived in the UK for more than 3 years
- Work or volunteer for a voluntary/community organisation in Bradford District that supports or delivers services to one or more of the following groups:
– Residents in disadvantaged/regeneration wards
– Lone parents
– Members of the BME Community
– Learners over 50
– Learners with a disability
- They may add additional criteria to each indidvidual course to ensure it reaches the most appropriate audience e.g. small groups, volunteers. They will make this clear in the course details.
- Learners do not need to live in Bradford District but must work/volunteer for a voluntary or community organisation in the District.