Facilitating Book Keeping training for youth entrepreneurs

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Bookkeeping is a trying subject. But it is possible to present it in an engaging manner. The secret lies in the facilitators understanding the level at which the participants are and in using interactive methods of content delivery.

NaoLintini (talk)21:55, 14 January 2011

Naomy, i am not seeing more comments from you. May you shed more light on book keeping, i want to know as my business is goin down because i dont have records

Belinda (talk)22:22, 14 January 2011

Hi Belinda,

I am happy to hear from you again. In this session, we will deal with how you will can effectively deliver training to the youth.

Some of delivery the interactive delivery methods include.

  • Giving particippants practical exercises
  • Case studies
  • Experiencial games
NaoLintini (talk)23:13, 14 January 2011

okay. so i know the basics of bookkeeping/record keeping (are they the same?) like keeping a record of what you have on hand and how much you got them at. but how do i calculate at what price to resell a good/product?

Ktembo (talk)22:35, 14 January 2011

Hi Kangwa, I am happy to hear that you understand book keeping better. The terms recordkeeping and book keeping are used interchangebly. But they both basically mean keeping a written record of the movement of cash in your business.

Costing and pricing is usually presented as a different topic.

NaoLintini (talk)23:23, 14 January 2011