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Where Good Becomes Outstanding

VCE Business

Accounting

In accordance to the VCAA Accounting Study Design (07-11), students in our Accounting Unit 3 and Unit 4 courses will be taught to grasp the key knowledge and attain the essential skills required for them to:

  1. record financial data into appropriate accounting records using a double entry accrual-based system
  2. record balance day adjustments
  3. prepare financial reports
  4. record and report financial data and information
  5. prepare and analyse budgets
  6. evaluate business performance using financial and non-financial information
  7. suggest strategies to improve business profitability and liquidity
  8. comprehend and explain the accrual-based accounting and FIFO stock inventory management systems for a single activity sole trader using relevant accounting principles

Business Management

In accordance to the VCAA Business Management Study Design (10-14), students in our Business Management Unit 3 and Unit 4 courses will be taught to grasp the key knowledge and attain the essential skills required for them to discuss and analyse:

  1. the context in which large-scale organisations operate
  2. major aspects of the internal environment of large-scale organisations
  3. strategies related to operations management
  4. practices and processes related to human resource management
  5. the management of change in a large-scale organisation
  6. the impact of change on the internal environment of a large-scale organisation

Economics

In accordance to the VCAA Economics Study Design (10-14), students in our Economics Unit 3 and Unit 4 courses will be taught to grasp the key knowledge and attain the essential skills required for them to:

  1. explain how markets operate to allocate scarce resources
  2. discuss the extent to which markets operate freely in Australia
  3. explain the nature and importance of key economic goals in Australia
  4. describe the factors that may have influenced the achievement of these key economic goals over the past four years.
  5. analyse the impact each of these goals may have on living standards
  6. explain the nature and operation of government macroeconomic demand management policies
  7. explain the relationship between budgetary and monetary policies
  8. explain the nature and operation of government aggregate supply policies
  9. consider the current government policy mix
  10. analyse how different government policies may be used to achieve key economic goals and improve Australian living standards
What is happening in class?
1. Classes will commence early Jan 2019 for VCE and IB subjects. Year 5-10s will commence late Jan '19.
2. Enrolment open for 2019 - places are very limited so please register early.