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Accounting Technician

Published
Hybrid Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Biocare Medical, LLC
O*Net Code
43-3031.00
Rapids Code
1125HY
Req. Hours
3240
State
DC
Created
Aug 27, 2021
Updated
Aug 27, 2021

Time-Based Skills

5 skill sets | 17 total skills
Accounting Practices - 950 req. hrs
Comprehend elements of the accounting cycle
Evaluate, analyze and apply generally accepted accounting principles and concepts
Classify and perform comparative analyses of financial statements
Comprehend basic managerial accounting concepts and theory utilized by managerial personnel in making business decisions
Recognize the potential accounting issues involved in many common business transactions and devise acceptable alternative solutions to them
Inventory - 385 req. hrs
Identify problems and alternative solutions involving inventory control and depreciation of company assets
Identify central issues and problems related to internal control
Management Decisions - 760 req. hrs
Evaluate managerial decisions in relation to other possible courses of action
Prepare well-labeled computations and schedules in support of managerial decisions and recommendations
Articulate the authoritative basis for acceptable solutions to accounting problems
Identify and analyze relevant costs for managerial decision making
Financial Statements - 760 req. hrs
Explain the ten elements of business financial statements
Construct acceptably-formatted financial statements
Explain the interrelationship among the four required financial statements
Formulate criteria for proper classification and recording of manufacturing costs
Cost Analysis - 385 req. hrs
Evaluate production systems to determine and apply proper costing system procedures for various types of manufacturers
Analyze variances from standard cost and determine possible causes for variances

Technical Instruction

Accounting I - 72 req. hrs
Accounting in the Information Age
Financial Statements and Accounting Transactions
Analyzing and Recording Transactions
Adjusting Accounts for Financial Statements
Completing the Accounting Cycle
Accounting for Merchandising Activities
Merchandise Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold
Accounting Information Systems
Internal Control and Cash
Receivables and Short-Term Investments
Plant Assets, Natural Resources and Intangible Assets
Current and Long-Term Liabilities
Accounting II - 72 req. hrs
Partnerships and Corporations
Corporate Reporting: Dividends, Stock, and Income
Bonds and Long-Term Notes Payable
Long-Term Investments and International Accounting
Reporting and Analyzing Cash Flows
Analyzing Financial Statements
Managerial Accounting Concepts and Principles
Manufacturing and Job Order Cost Accounting
Process Cost Accounting
Cost Allocation and Performance Measurement
Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
Master Budgets and Planning
Flexible Budgets and Standard Costs
Capital Budgeting and Managerial Decisions
Intermediate Accounting - 72 req. hrs
The Environment of Accounting
The Financial Statements: A Review
Conceptual Framework
The Time Value of Money
Cash and Receivables
Inventories
Operational and Intangible Assets
Liabilities - Short-and Long-Term
Stockholders' Equity
Income Recognition and EPS (Earnings Per Share)
Statement of Cash Flows
Special Accounting Issues
Accounting Changes and Error Corrections
Financial Statement Analysis
Cost Accounting - 54 req. hrs
Introduction to Cost Accounting
Analysis of Material Cost
Analysis of Labor Cost
Analysis of Factory Overhead Costs
Analysis of Process Cost Accounting
Analysis of Standard Cost Procedures for Materials, Labor and Overhead
Managerial Cost Applications

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