Course Listing For Courses AC Financial Accounting 3 Credits This course is an introduction to accounting concepts and the elements of financial statements including basic accounting vocabulary and analysis of business transactions from an accounting viewpoint. Students will be required to recognize, record, and classify new accounting data. Emphasis is placed on corporate accounting. Introductory financial statement analysis and interpretation are also covered.
Under each section you will find a link to the full criteria for entering. Please make sure you read this before starting your entry - we recommend printing it out for future reference. Presented to IT professionals for demonstrating excellence in their field. Business Analyst of the Year Awarded to an individual responsible for the definition of requirements and solutions for improving business processes and systems, reducing their costs, enhancing their sustainability, and quantifying potential business benefits.
They may also conduct methodical investigation, analysis, review and documentation of business functions and processes.
The winner will be an individual who has consistently demonstrated excellence in leadership, innovation and quality in the use and promotion of IT in their organisation to deliver business growth or delivery of public services.
The size of the organisation is immaterial. IT Apprentice of the Year Awarded to an individual who is participating in an IT apprenticeship programme that involves part-time formal study to gain IT qualifications, together with paid work experience to enhance skill and understanding.
The apprenticeship must be on-going in March They will have delivered tangible benefit to their organisation, meeting key objectives for budget, timescales and service. This category covers areas such as training, help desk, information content development or project support.
The award is open to all staff - not just senior management - to ensure the full range of IT skills is recognised. Young IT Professional of the Year Awarded to an IT professional under the age of 30, or who turns 30 inin any discipline, who has demonstrated outstanding commitment and achievement in their work, and through their quality and professionalism stands out in their organisation as a high performer in the application and management of IT.
Credit will be given for high achievement early in the career, but those in an apprentice programme should enter the "IT Apprentice" category. Presented for the delivery of IT excellence and customer satisfaction. Best Place to Work in IT Awarded to the organisation that provides the best employment and career opportunities for IT professionals.
The winner will be an organisation that its IT employees view as a great place to work; that values the role of IT and the professionalism of the staff that provide and support it, offering career and skills development, reward and recognition for personal achievement and industry-leading employment benefits.
IT Project Team of the Year Awarded to an outstanding project team that has implemented an end-user project that has been exceptionally well-managed.
The winning team will demonstrate against the four criteria how well the project has been run and what lessons have been learnt, how customer expectations have been surpassed, innovation introduced by the project and measurable outcomes for the project.
IT Team of the Year Awarded to the company or public body that demonstrates how the development or implementation of its IT strategy has helped to meet objectives, achieve greater competitiveness or improve public services during the past 12 months.
The winning organisation will show how IT is fundamental to achieving business goals. Any IT supplier, regardless of size, specialisation or focus is eligible to enter this award.
You need to demonstrate a strong focus on innovation and customer satisfaction and showcase what achievements from the last twelve months have made your business stand out from the competition.
Entries are actively encouraged to include hard facts and figures - all of which will be kept strictly confidential and used for judging purposes only.
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Awarded to an individual responsible for the definition of requirements and solutions for improving business processes and systems, reducing their costs, enhancing their sustainability, and quantifying potential business benefits.
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