Preparatory courses for LCCI level 3 in Accounting

LCCI Computerised bookkeeping course

Preparatory courses for LCCI level 3 in Accounting

Our Preparatory courses for LCCI level 3 in Accounting will help students to learn how to generate financial records and summarize an organization’s financial transactions over a particular period.
This course will also increase the chances of employability in the accounting sector and allow progression to the Pearson LCCI level 4 certificates.

What will you learn:

  • Learn accounting principles and concepts.
  • Learn how to prepare accounting entries for non-current assets.
  • Learn how to make changes using journals and ledger accounts
  • Learn how to plan and control business operations
  • Learn how to evaluate and manage risk and support the decision-making process

Days: 8 Weeks
Duration: 48 Hours
Timings: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Address: 10 Anson Road, 26-08A International Plaza, Singapore 079903

Entry Requirements:

  • Above 16 years old
  • High School Level English
    For LCCI Level 3 training, the LCCI Level 2 certificate or equivalent knowledge is desirable.
    We advise you to start from the LCCI level 1 or 2 training if one or multiple below cases applied:
  • Your previous LCCI exams/training were since more than 2 years ago
  • Can not recall much of the knowledge of the level 1 & 2 levels.

Qualification Type
● LCCI IQ
Qualification Title
● Pearson LCCI Level 3 Certificate in Accounting (VRQ)
Accreditation Status
● Accredited
Subject suite
● Financial and Quantitative

LCCI Level 3 in Accounting Course Outline:

Accounting Concepts And Framework

  • The financial accounting function
  • Types of business organizations
  • How financial statements contribute toward meeting the needs of different stakeholders and users
  • Introduction to ethical behavior in accounting practices

Introduction To Decision Making

  • Short-term decision making
  • Long-term decision making

Preparation Of Accounting From Incomplete Records

  • Preparation of accounting records from incomplete records

Budgetary Control

  • Budgets

Recording Financial Transactions

  • Account for inventory
  • Account for tangible and intangible non-current assets
  • Account for depreciation

Preparation Of Financial Statements

  • Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Accounting for groups of companies

Preparation Of An Extended Trial Balance

  • The preparation of the extended trial balance

Interpretation Of Financial Statements

  • The calculation and interpretation of accounting ratios