The name BPTC encapsulates the diversity of the company's offering, and the nature of its clients. Programmes on offer includes

  • Managing Credit ( corporate and consumer credit, account receivable management)
  • Accounting ( Bookkeeping to trial balance, computerised bookkeeping)
  • Introduction to Retail

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Bookkeeping to trial balance: This course begins with a review of basic double-entry skills and knowledge. It than prepares the students on some of the fundamental topics in accounting such as:

  • Differentiate accounting from bookkeeping
  • Understand fundamental accounting concepts
  • Understanding accounting equation
  • Understanding of elements of financial position such as assets, liabilities and equity

Other important areas covered are the rules of accounting, the accounting and recording of non-current (fixed) assets, the use of control account and the correction of errors

The student will then be exposed on preparation of conventional yearend financial statements for sole traders and partnerships and companies to an extent by using the trial balance or extended trial balance as their starting point.

Computerised bookkeeping

Under this course, the student will be exposed to computerised bookkeeping (i.e. Pastel)

Managing credit

Managing credit effectively and efficiently is essential to the overall success of a business. Failure to have proper credit control in place will result in cash flow problems and, in turn, this may result in the failure of the business due to poor cash flow of the business.

This course deals with managing credit risk effectively and how to extend credit by minimising the risk. It also advises on signs that a customer might be overtrading, the collection process and how to deal with non-payment.

Introduction to Retail

This course is developed to train candidates on the Sales and Marketing environment in the retail sector.