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Validity : 14th November 2018 - 13th November 2020

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Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm

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Preparatory Course for Pearson London Chamber of Commerce (LCCI) Level 3 Group Diploma In Accounting

Entry Requirement

  • At least 1 subject Pass with C6 and above at GCE O level OR Pass Level 2 LCCI Certificate in Book-keeping and Accounts OR NITEC/HIGHER NITEC in relevant field OR any Equivalent qualification.


 Additional Entry Pre-requisite for DIA, DCA courses

  • Basic Book-Keeping knowledge; OR

  • LCCI Level 2 Certificate in Book-Keeping; OR

  • Practical working experiences in a financial/accounting industry.


Duration (Full Time/Part time)

10 months 

Average teacher-student ratio:   1 : 20


Delivery Method

Classroom face-to-face lecturers and tutorials.


Assessment Method

Examinations theory paper.


LCCI Course Intakes (Full Time/Part time)

  • January

  • April

  • July

  • October


Module Synopsis : Accounting

Candidates are expected to develop: an understanding of the more advanced aspects of Certificate in Book-keeping, Level 1 and Certificate in Book-keeping and Accounts, Level 2; the preparation of accounts for a partnership in relation to alterations in partners interests and the conversion of a partnership into a limited company; the accounting entries for a limited company to record the issue of share capital and the issue and redemption of debentures; how to account for distributable profits and profits prior to incorporation for companies; the preparation of cash flow statements in accordance with FRS 1 (revised); the preparation of a cash budget; the preparation of a budgeted income statement and/or balance sheet; the calculation and interpretation of accounting ratios; the principles of decision making; the interpretation of accounting statements; and accounting standards and concepts.

Syllabus topics include:

  • Levels 1 and 2 revisited

  • Valuation of stocks

  • Valuation of fixed assets

  • Partnerships

  • Companies

  • Accounting for groups of companies

  • Cash flow statements

  • Accounting ratios

  • Budgetary control

  • Introduction to decision making

  • Concepts and accounting framework.


Module Synopsis : Advanced Business Calculation


Module Synopsis : Business Statistics

The aim of this unit is to test the candidates ability to apply business statistics to business situations.


Module Synopsis : Cost Accounting

Candidates are expected to develop: an understanding of advanced aspects of the processing of cost accounting information, including stock control; a detailed understanding of how cost accounting information can be used for the purposes of short-term planning, control and decision making within business organisations; and the ability to apply this understanding in a variety of business settings.

Syllabus topics include

  • Materials and stock control

  • Costing methods and systems

  • Cost-volume-profit(CVP) analysis

  • Budgetary planning and control

  • Standard costing and variances

  • Accounting systems


Module Synopsis : Management Accounting

The aim of this unit is to test the candidate’s knowledge and understanding of the basic principle involved in short-term cost behaviour, short and long term decision making and short-term profit control, cash management and product cost ascertainment. Candidates are expected to develop: the ability to critically analyse information for both short term and long term decision making; an ability to use management accounting information for the purposes of planning and control of cash and other resources within business organisation and an understanding of factors affecting the planning and control process; an awareness of how product costs can be ascertained using different costing methods; and an understanding of business performance measures, and the relevance and impact of transfer pricing.

Syllabus topics include

  • Short term cost behaviour

  • Short term decision making

  • Short term profit control

  • Cash and working capital management

  • Long term decision making and control

  • Product cost ascertainment

  • Transfer pricing and performance evaluation