Subject Code: 1ACS
Length of course: Semester
Credit points: 10 points

Course Outline:
Students learn the practical skills needed to manage their own financial affairs and develop an understanding of the ethical considerations that affect financial decision-making.

They learn about the successful management of financial affairs in business, gain knowledge and skills related to accounting processes for organisational and business applications, and develop greater understanding of accounting concepts and standards and their use to generate financial reports.

Students learn how to interpret financial information and convey this information to interested users.

Topics Included:
The course focuses on the development of skills and understanding of the role of accounting in the financial decision
- making process. Students learn how to produce financial statements for a sole trader using double entry accounting.

Assessment:
  • Skills and Application Tasks 50%
  • Investigation 50%


Additional Costs:

Cost for excursions that include entry fees and transport