MYOB Introductory Course Outline

Next course: TBA. We run courses regularly and to order, if you have 2-4 students. Email us for more information.

Objective: To give participants the ability, practice and confidence to set up their accounting records, enter transactions and complete a bank reconciliation.

Participants: This course is suitable for those new to MYOB. Previous accounting knowledge or experience is not essential. Looking for an advanced course?

Participant numbers are restricted to four  to ensure personal attention from the trainer.

Structure: PC for every participant.

This is a fully hands-on 1-day course, clear explanations are given on how and why entries are made, from initial set up through to production of draft accounts. A large amount of individual attention is provided. This course is a much easier and quicker way to learn MYOB than working on your own.

Language: The course is conducted in English and includes detailed study notes.

Duration: 6 hours     

Course times: Full day (9.30 to 4.30) or two consecutive evenings (6.30 to 9.30)

Fee: HKD 3000 per participant

Gary Hadler

Instructor: Gary Hadler
B.Ec, Dip.Ed, MBA

Gary is a qualified accountant and a registered teacher. Gary has been teaching MYOB Accounting software for over 10 years.

Course Details: Introduction to accounts

  • Initial set up
  • Opening balances
  • Setting up the products and services you sell
  • Sales ledger
  • Reporting on sales and debtors
  • Receipts from debtors
  • Cash sales
  • Sundry receipts
  • Purchase ledger
  • Reporting on suppliers and creditors
  • Paying suppliers
  • Cash payments
  • Making deposits at your bank
  • Bank reconciliation
  • The profit and loss statement
  • The balance sheet
  • Inventory

Individual training and consultancy for MYOB can be provided either at your own premises or ITS: half day $4000, full day $7000.

MYOB Course outline for the Advanced course.

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