A Level Accounting
Accounting refers to the measurement, processing, and communication of financial information about economic entities such as businesses and corporations. You will learn how to prepare financial information to meet needs of different stakeholders; such as, yourself, business owners, potential investors, government agencies and management. Accounting will equip you with necessary skills to generate relevant information for decision making and planning .
Have you ever wondered why most 'FTSE 100 companies' hire accountants as managing directors? Accounting enable development of key skills that are relevant to many roles within any organisation. Many people in supervisory and top management positions use accounting information to make effective decisions. Hence, apart from opening up a wide career opportunities, it is also an attractive skill set for supervisory and management positions in any field. Many people use A Level Accounting to find work, apprenticeships and future study opportunities. The accounting transferable skills includes data processing, presentation, time management, decision making, problem solving, planning and control.