Completion of 12 years’ secondary school (GED) or equivalent.
Duration: 320 academic hours (approx. 1 year)
Evening program: Twice a week between 17:00 to 20:15
The student becomes aware of methods of accounting and business management, industrial / productive, including management accounts of associations of various kinds, such as companies, partnerships and non-profit organizations, including businesses with unique or characteristic structure, such as joint ventures, consignment sales and the like.
Trade and economic theory:
types of associations, basic concepts – general knowledge, basic concepts in banking and insurance, checks and credit card bills, the tax system in Israel general knowledge.
Calculations of profit and loss calculations, assumptions, calculation of interest, linkage and exchange difference, ratio and proportion, arithmetic and engineering columns, discount notes and checks due future.
Practical computerized accounting:
Producing various reports using a computer program, and the use of electronic data sheet and database.
The aim of the course is to provide the nuts and bolts of account management with a large focus on computers and their important role in bookkeeping. Upon completion students should be able to pass the Classification exams taken by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Bookkeeper type 1 + 2: could easily function as an accountant for an industrial business, companies, partnerships and/or any other characterization or type of business involvement.
The course will assist Bookkeeper type 1 + 2 to carry out the following functions:
The Final exam by the Ministry of Trade will include the following: Bookkeeping Type 1 + 2 (basic & advanced) including such topics as: financial accounting, commercial and economic theory, commercial-type calculations.
Upon completion of the exam by the ministry, students will be entitled to two diplomas: