The Pearson London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) International Qualifications are recognized by universities, governments and professional bodies such as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), giving you the opportunity to study further.
The qualifications are offered at different levels so you can start at the point that is most appropriate to your current knowledge and experience without feeling pressured. As work-related qualifications, they give you the knowledge and skills to actually do the job, which is why they are trusted and valued by employers world-wide. All qualifications bearing the LCCIIQ logo carry employer credibility.
The aim of the course is to test the candidate’s understanding of Accounting Information deriving from all sources – manual, mechanical and electronic. This is also to test their ability to prepare Accounting statements and data in accordance with basic accounting conventions and current accounting practice. It allows candidates to appreciate and analyze and interpret accounting statements and data.
- Accounting Level 3
- Cost Accounting Level 3
- Management Accounting Level 3
- Business Statistics Level 3
- Levels 1 and 2 revisited
- Valuation of stocks
- Valuation of fixed assets
- Accounting for groups of companies
- Cash flow statements
- Accounting ratios
- Budgetary control
- Introduction to decision making
- Concepts and accounting framework
Brief Description of Modules
1. Accounting Level 3
This module is the understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions and the ability to prepare and interpret accounts for sole traders, partnerships, non-trading organizations, limited companies and groups of companies in accordance with basic accounting conventions and current accounting practice.
2. Management Accounting Level 3
This module helps candidates to analyze information for short-term and long-term decision-making, using management accounting information for planning and control of cash and other resources within a business organizations. This also allows candidates to understand the business performance measures.
3. Cost Accounting Level 3
This module is an understanding of an advanced aspect of the processing of cost accounting information, including stock control and how cost accounting information can be sued for the purposes if short-term planning, control, and decision making within t he business organizations. This tests the candidates’ ability to apply this understanding in a variety of business settings.
4. Business Statistics Level 3
It is knowledge and understanding of more advanced statistical techniques and tests the candidates’ ability this knowledge and understanding in solving business problems.
- Completed the LCCI Level 2 Book-keeping & Accounts; Or
- Completed POA at GCE ‘O’ Level or equivalent; Or
- NITEC/Higher NITEC
Language Proficiency: Pass in English at Secondary 2 Level or equivalent
Minimum Age: 16 years
|Modules||No. of Sessions (Hours)||Start Date||End Date|
|Accounting||22 session (55 hours)||09 January 2017||30 March 2017|
Cost and Management Accounting
|22 sessions (55 hours)
44 sessions (110 hours)
|10 April 2017
10 July 2017
|29 June 2017
07 December 2017
10 months or 220 hours (55 hours per module)
Classes conducted on every Monday & Thursday from 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm, unless otherwise stated
Mode of Delivery
Group Diploma – a pass in at least 3 units include Accounting Level 3 (core unit) in 1 sitting (or split sitting within 90 days e.g. April to June).
Awarding Body: Pearson
Candidates must fulfill at least 75% course attendance requirements to sit for examinations. To obtain the certificate, students need to obtain at least a Pass grade in their examinations.
|50% – 59%||Pass|
|60% – 74%||Pass with Credit|
|75% and above||Pass with Distinction|
Mode of Examination
Accounting Level 3:
The time allowance for the examination is 3 hours
The examination paper will comprise 5 questions
Candidates are required to answer 4 questions.
No question will be compulsory
The answers required will be predominantly of a quantitative nature, but some questions will also require candidates to provide short written answers
Cost Accounting Level 3:
The time allowance for this examination is 3 hours, the paper will consist of 5 compulsory questions. All questions will carry equal marks.
At least 1 question based on each of the following topics will appear in each examination:
1. Cost-volume (CVP) analysis
2. Budgetary planning and control
3. Standard costing and variances
Management Accounting Level 3:
The time allowed for the examination is 3 hours, with the examination paper consisting of 5 questions. Candidates are required to answer all 5 questions, all questions carry equal marks. The emphasis of the paper will be quantitative; however, descriptive elements are incorporated into questions.
Business Statistics Level 3:
The time allowance for the examination is 3 hours
Candidates will be required to answer 5 questions from a choice of 8
All questions carry equal marks
Registration Fee: $50
Course Fee: $2,400.00 ($240 per month x 10 months)
Material Fee: $320
Examination Fee: $600.00 ($200 x 3 modules)
Total Course Fees: $3,370.00
10 Months Instalment: $337 Per Month. First instalment to be made upon enrolment.
*eligible for SkillsFuture Credit
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