Accounting/Economics Business Course L1
Teacher in Charge: S. Darby
Course Highlights: This combined Accounting and Economics course has been designed to cover basic skills necessary to begin to understand the financial world and how and why resources are allocated. Both of these subjects are recommended to students wishing to eventually own their own business or study Management at University in the future. Studying Economics helps students understand the market process and how wealth is created. Bookkeeping is a skill, once learned, students are able to apply this knowledge. Students gain confidence and enjoy this subject as there is always an absolute answer.
Fieldtrip: To look at how a local industry adds value to resources and rely on consumers.
This course can lead to: Level 2 Accounting, Level 2 Economics, Level 2 Business Studies
For more information, please see Head of Maths Mr Darby
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Workbooks $30, Study Guides (optional) $10
Recommended Prior Learning
Prerequisites: Good understanding in English and Mathematics.
Total Credits Available: 17 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 5 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Accountant, Auditor, Accounts Officer, Actuary, Administration Officer, Finance Manager, Retail Manager, Bank Worker, Hotel/Motel Manager, Farmer/Farm Manager, Debt Collector, Property Manager, Building Contractor, Buyer, Cafe/Restaurant Manager, Motor Vehicle Salesperson, Insurance Claims Officer, Community Development Worker, Event Manager, Quantity Surveyor, Crop Farmer/Manager, Personal Assistant, Media Producer, Financial Adviser, Health Services Manager, Insurance Agent, Mortgage Broker, Office Manager, Payroll Officer, Purchasing/Supply Officer, Real Estate Agent, Secondary School Teacher, Management Consultant, Orchard Farmer/Manager,