Candidates excel in course

2015-08-26 06:00
STUDENTS of Masoeu Investments excelled by passing their Sage Pastel Bookkeeping Fundamentals course. From the left are, front: Marelise Labuschagne – 88,1% (Dutch Reformed Church Warden), Venolia Santho – 85,71% (Nkanyezi Energy), Ruben Masoeu (CEO)

STUDENTS of Masoeu Investments excelled by passing their Sage Pastel Bookkeeping Fundamentals course. From the left are, front: Marelise Labuschagne – 88,1% (Dutch Reformed Church Warden), Venolia Santho – 85,71% (Nkanyezi Energy), Ruben Masoeu (CEO)

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BETHLEHEM. – Students of Masoeu Investments made history when the first candidates for the Sage Pastel Course completed their examinations successfully. Their certificates were handed to them by the executive mayor of Dihlabeng, Tjhetane Mofokeng.

Reuben Masoeu, chief executive officer (CEO) of Masoeu Investments, says he is very proud of these students.

“Masoeu Investments is a Sage Pastel Authorised Training Centre. We offer Bookkeeping Fundamentals and Pastel Partner Processing Version 14.

“Each runs for two days and on the third day people write online assessments and those who pass receive their results and certificates immediately from Sage Pastel in Johannesburg.

“We held a workshop from 10 to 14 August where we had a 99% pass rate on both subjects.

“We understand that, as a business owner, one needs to spend as much time as possible being productive. Unfortunately, the administration of a business can often keep its owners bogged down in paperwork.”

Masoeu says students followed two subjects, namely Bookkeeping Fundamentals and Accounting Processing. The students were trained over four days with the examination on the fifth day. They do their examination online. These courses are suitable for both public and private sectors.

“When presenting certificates to the candidates, we were blessed by the presence of Mofokeng.”

The mayor congratulated Masoeu for such an achievement in the Eastern Free State as Masoeu Investments is one of the few Sage Pastel Authorised Training Centres (private college) in the Free State. He also congratulated the lecturer, Sefako Masoeu, on achieving such good results in the first class.

Both qualifications hold credits that are recognised and can be useful when applying for future accounting employment and when one furthers ones qualifications in accounting

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