Career and Technical Ed Curriculum
  Accounting 1
 

Accounting offers students the opportunity to learn about the financial operations of modern business enterprises and prepares students to make better financial decisions for the future.   Students study accounting concepts for sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations to understand the fundamental accounting equation, the business transaction analysis process, and the elements of financial reporting.  Interpretation of accounting information is mastered through decision-making and problem-solving approaches that include source documents, case studies, and simulations.  Technology integration and related accounting software applications are used to enhance skills to analyze and evaluate financial situations.  Internet learning activities are used to reinforce research, communication, and team building skills.  Course topics include forms of ownership, accounts receivable/accounts payable systems, payroll, taxes, and banking activities.   Upon completion of this course, students will be able to complete an accounting cycle from transactions to financial statements.  The cooperative education (Business Cooperative Internship--679920) method is available for this course.  Students combine classroom instruction and supervised on-the-job training in an approved position with continuing supervision throughout the school year.

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CTE.ACT1
Standard 1
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: PERSONAL QUALITIES AND PEOPLE SKIL
 

Benchmark 1.001
Demonstrate Positive Work Ethic
 
Indicator 1.001.001
Demonstrate a positive work ethic
 

Benchmark 1.002
Demonstrate Integrity
 
Indicator 1.002.001
Demonstrate integrity
 

Benchmark 1.003
Demonstrate Teamwork Skills
 
Indicator 1.003.001
Demonstrate teamwork skills
 

Benchmark 1.004
Demonstrate Self-Representation Skills
 
Indicator 1.004.001
Demonstrate self-representation skills
 

Benchmark 1.005
Demonstrate Diversity Awareness
 
Indicator 1.005.001
Demonstrate diversity awareness
 

Benchmark 1.006
Demonstrate Conflict-Resolution Skills
 
Indicator 1.006.001
Demonstrate conflict-resolution skills
 

Benchmark 1.007
Demonstrate Creativity and Resourcefulness
 
Indicator 1.007.001
Demonstrate creativity and resourcefulness
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 2
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
 

Benchmark 2.008
Demonstrate Effective Speaking and Listening Skills
 
Indicator 2.008.001
Demonstrate effective speaking and listening skills
 

Benchmark 2.009
Demonstrate Effective Reading and Writing Skills
 
Indicator 2.009.001
Demonstrate effective reading and writing skills
 

Benchmark 2.010
Demonstrate Critical-Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills
 
Indicator 2.010.001
Demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills
 

Benchmark 2.011
Demonstrate Healthy Behaviors and Safety Skills
 
Indicator 2.011.001
Demonstrate healthy behaviors and safety skills
 

Benchmark 2.012
Demonstrate an Understanding of Workplace Organizations, Systems, etc.
 
Indicator 2.012.001
Demonstrate an understanding of workplace organizations, systems, etc.
 

Benchmark 2.013
Demonstrate Lifelong-Learning Skills
 
Indicator 2.013.001
Demonstrate lifelong-learning skills
 

Benchmark 2.014
Demonstrate Job Acquisition and Advancement Skills
 
Indicator 2.014.001
Demonstrate job acquisition and advancement skills
 

Benchmark 2.015
Demonstrate Time, Task, and Resource-Management Skills
 
Indicator 2.015.001
Demonstrate time, task, and resource-management skills
 

Benchmark 2.016
Demonstrate Job-Specific Mathematics Skills
 
Indicator 2.016.001
Demonstrate job-specific mathematics skills
 

Benchmark 2.017
Demonstrate Customer-Service Skills
 
Indicator 2.017.001
Demonstrate customer-service skills
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 3
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
 

Benchmark 3.018
Demonstrate Proficiency with Technologies Common to an Occupation
 
Indicator 3.018.001
Demonstrate proficiency with technologies common to an occupation
 

Benchmark 3.019
Demonstrate Information Technology Skills
 
Indicator 3.019.001
Demonstrate information technology skills
 

Benchmark 3.020
Demonstrate an Understanding of Internet Use and Security Issues
 
Indicator 3.020.001
Demonstrate an understanding of Internet use and security issues
 

Benchmark 3.021
Demonstrate Telecommunications Skills
 
Indicator 3.021.001
Demonstrate telecommunications skills
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 4
  UNDERSTAND ALL ASPECTS OF INDUSTRY
 

Benchmark 4.022
Examine Planning at Individual Business and Overall Industry Levels
 
Indicator 4.022.001
Examine planning at individual business and overall industry levels
 

Benchmark 4.023
Explain Management Methods
 
Indicator 4.023.001
Explain management methods
 

Benchmark 4.024
Examine Finance: Decisions, Raising Capital, Expansion, etc.
 
Indicator 4.024.001
Examine finance: decisions, raising capital, expansion, etc.
 

Benchmark 4.025
Describe Technical and Production Skills for Production Techniques
 
Indicator 4.025.001
Describe technical and production skills for production techniques
 

Benchmark 4.026
Examine Underlying Principles of Technology
 
Indicator 4.026.001
Examine underlying principles of technology
 

Benchmark 4.027
Examine Labor Issues: Worker Rights, Labor Unions, etc.
 
Indicator 4.027.001
Examine labor issues: worker rights, labor unions, etc.
 

Benchmark 4.028
Describe Community Issues
 
Indicator 4.028.001
Describe community issues
 

Benchmark 4.029
Examine Concepts of Health, Safety and Environmental Issues
 
Indicator 4.029.001
Examine concepts of health, safety and environmental issues
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 5
  ADDRESS ELEMENTS OF STUDENT LIFE
 

Benchmark 5.030
Identify the Purposes and Goals of the Student Organization
 
Indicator 5.030.001
Identify the purposes and goals of the student organization
 

Benchmark 5.031
Explain the Benefits and Responsibilities of Organization Membership
 
Indicator 5.031.001
Explain the benefits and responsibilities of organization membership
 

Benchmark 5.032
Demonstrate Leadership Skills Through Participation in Activities
 
Indicator 5.032.001
Demonstrate leadership skills through participation in activities
 

Benchmark 5.033
Identify Internet Safety Issues and Comply with Acceptable Use Standar
 
Indicator 5.033.001
Identify Internet safety issues and comply with acceptable use standar
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 6
  UNDERSTAND THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE FOR A SERVICE BUSINESS
 

Benchmark 6.034
Describe the Purpose of Accounting & its Role in the Global Economy
 
Indicator 6.034.001
Identify common types of accounts
 
Indicator 6.034.002
Explain the reasons that record keeping and accounting are essential
 
Indicator 6.034.003
Describe the information conveyed by accounting records
 
Indicator 6.034.004
Describe impact of accounting records on economy & investor confidence
 

Benchmark 6.035
Demonstrate the Effects of Transactions on the Accounting Equation
 
Indicator 6.035.001
Use the basic accounting equation to show the effects of transactions
 

Benchmark 6.036
Use Source Documents to Journalize Transactions
 
Indicator 6.036.001
Identify and verify source documents
 
Indicator 6.036.002
Interpret and demonstrate how the source documents are used
 

Benchmark 6.037
Prepare a Chart of Accounts
 
Indicator 6.037.001
Prepare a specifically ordered and numbered list of accounts
 

Benchmark 6.038
Prepare Customer Invoices for a Service Business
 
Indicator 6.038.001
Prepare customer invoices for a service business
 
Indicator 6.038.002
Review payment terms, receivable terms, and payment discounts
 

Benchmark 6.039
Receive Vendor Invoices for a Service Business
 
Indicator 6.039.001
Review and record invoices, purchases, accounts payable, and balances
 

Benchmark 6.040
Analyze Transactions Through the Use of T Accounts
 
Indicator 6.040.001
Enter titles and amounts on the debit and credit sides of T accounts
 

Benchmark 6.041
Record Transactions in a General Journal
 
Indicator 6.041.001
Enter the date, account titles, document number, etc. in a journal
 

Benchmark 6.042
Post Journal Entries to the General Ledger
 
Indicator 6.042.001
Transfer the amounts from the journal into the general ledger accounts
 

Benchmark 6.043
Prepare a Trial Balance
 
Indicator 6.043.001
List general ledger account titles,balances to ensure debits = credits
 

Benchmark 6.044
Plan End-of-Period Adjustments Using a Work Sheet
 
Indicator 6.044.001
Use a work sheet to bring certain account balances up to date
 

Benchmark 6.045
Prepare Financial Statements For a Service Business
 
Indicator 6.045.001
Prepare an income statement
 
Indicator 6.045.002
Prepare a balance sheet
 

Benchmark 6.046
Prepare Entries to Close Temporary Accounts
 
Indicator 6.046.001
Identify temporary accounts
 
Indicator 6.046.002
Analyze transactions to organize temporary accounts for next period
 

Benchmark 6.047
Journalize Adjusting and Closing Entries For a Service Business
 
Indicator 6.047.001
Transfer the adjustments from the work sheet to the journal
 
Indicator 6.047.002
Transfer the balances of the temporary accounts
 

Benchmark 6.048
Analyze the Differences Between Net Income and Net Loss
 
Indicator 6.048.001
Calculate net income or net loss
 
Indicator 6.048.002
Make changes on the work sheet
 
Indicator 6.048.003
Journalize closing entries
 
Indicator 6.048.004
Assess the impact on owner’s equity
 

Benchmark 6.049
Prepare a Post-Closing Trial Balance For a Service Business
 
Indicator 6.049.001
List accounts with balances to ensure equation is still in balance
 

Benchmark 6.050
Summarize the Progression of Source Documents to Financial Reports
 
Indicator 6.050.001
Chart the accounting cycle periodically from beginning to end
 
Indicator 6.050.002
Identify the way transactions are recorded and have impact on reports
 

Benchmark 6.051
Describe Record-Organization and Retention-Schedule Procedures
 
Indicator 6.051.001
Identify records needed to support financial statements
 
Indicator 6.051.002
Indicate the length of time a business is required to retain records
 

Benchmark 6.052
Identify Special Transactions That Require Tax Review
 
Indicator 6.052.001
Identify special transactions that require tax review
 

Benchmark 6.053
Maintain Financial Records for a Business, Using Accounting Software
 
Indicator 6.053.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using accounting software
 
Indicator 6.053.002
Select and open files using accounting software
 
Indicator 6.053.003
Save files using accounting software
 
Indicator 6.053.004
Journalize and post transactions using accounting software
 
Indicator 6.053.005
Prepare financial statements using accounting software
 
Indicator 6.053.006
Generate reports using accounting software
 

Benchmark 6.054
Maintain Financial Records for a Business, Using Spreadsheet Software
 
Indicator 6.054.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 6.054.002
Select and open files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 6.054.003
Save files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 6.054.004
Journalize and post transactions using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 6.054.005
Prepare financial statements using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 6.054.006
Generate reports using spreadsheet software
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 7
  UNDERSTAND THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS
 

Benchmark 7.055
Compare Accounting Procedures for Different Types of Ownership/Cycles
 
Indicator 7.055.001
Evaluate similarities and differences in accounting records
 
Indicator 7.055.002
Distinguish between cash versus accrual systems
 
Indicator 7.055.003
Distinguish between fiscal year/calendar year reporting requirements
 

Benchmark 7.056
Differentiate Between a Service and a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.056.001
Differentiate between a service and a merchandising business
 

Benchmark 7.057
Journalize Purchase Transactions
 
Indicator 7.057.001
Record the purchase of merchandise and the way it is being purchased
 

Benchmark 7.058
Record Sales Transactions for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.058.001
Post receipts of the day, including cash sales and sales on credit
 

Benchmark 7.059
Identify Special Journals and Their Uses
 
Indicator 7.059.001
Identify the characteristics and uses of a cash payments journal
 
Indicator 7.059.002
Identify the characteristics and uses of a cash receipts journal
 
Indicator 7.059.003
Identify the characteristics and uses of a sales journal
 
Indicator 7.059.004
Identify the characteristics and uses of a purchases journal
 

Benchmark 7.060
Journalize Taxable and Nontaxable Sales Transactions
 
Indicator 7.060.001
Calculate the tax due on transactions
 
Indicator 7.060.002
Record the sale of merchandise
 

Benchmark 7.061
Post From Journals to General and Subsidiary Ledgers
 
Indicator 7.061.001
Transfer amounts from a journal to a ledger
 
Indicator 7.061.002
Understand the use of subsidiary ledgers
 

Benchmark 7.062
Prepare Schedules for Subsidiary Ledgers
 
Indicator 7.062.001
Prepare a schedule to show the total accounts receivable
 
Indicator 7.062.002
Prepare a schedule to show the total accounts payable
 
Indicator 7.062.003
Show that each schedule equals the general ledger controlling account
 

Benchmark 7.063
Prepare Customer Invoices for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.063.001
Prepare customer invoices for a merchandising business
 
Indicator 7.063.002
Review payment terms, terms of sale, and payment discounts
 

Benchmark 7.064
Receive Vendor Invoices for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.064.001
Review and record invoices, purchases, accounts payable & balances
 

Benchmark 7.065
Generate Trial Balance & End-of-Period Adjustments Using a Work Sheet
 
Indicator 7.065.001
List all general ledger accounts to ensure debits equal credits
 
Indicator 7.065.002
Use a work sheet to plan corrections, accruals, write-offs, etc.
 

Benchmark 7.066
Prepare Financial Statements for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.066.001
Prepare income statements that show profit or loss over time
 
Indicator 7.066.002
Prepare balance sheets that show assets, liabilities & owner’s equity
 

Benchmark 7.067
Analyze Financial Statements for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.067.001
Include component percentages and ratios to show return on investment
 

Benchmark 7.068
Prepare to Close Temporary Accounts for a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.068.001
Identify temporary accounts
 
Indicator 7.068.002
Analyze transactions to prepare temporary accounts for next period
 

Benchmark 7.069
Journalize Adjusting and Closing Entries For a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.069.001
Transfer the adjustments from the work sheet to the journal
 
Indicator 7.069.002
Post the transactions from the journal to the ledger
 

Benchmark 7.070
Prepare a Post-Closing Trial Balance For a Merchandising Business
 
Indicator 7.070.001
List accounts with balances to ensure equation is still in balance
 

Benchmark 7.071
Summarize the Progression of Source Documents to Financial Reports
 
Indicator 7.071.001
Chart the accounting cycle periodically from beginning to end
 
Indicator 7.071.002
Identify the way transactions are recorded and have impact on reports
 

Benchmark 7.072
Describe Record-Organization and Retention-Schedule Procedures
 
Indicator 7.072.001
Identify records needed to support financial statements
 
Indicator 7.072.002
Indicate the length of time a business is required to retain records
 

Benchmark 7.073
Maintain Financial Records for a Business, Using Accounting Software
 
Indicator 7.073.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using accounting software
 
Indicator 7.073.002
Select and open files using accounting software
 
Indicator 7.073.003
Save files using accounting software
 
Indicator 7.073.004
Journalize and post transactions using accounting software
 
Indicator 7.073.005
Prepare financial statements using accounting software
 
Indicator 7.073.006
Generate reports using accounting software
 

Benchmark 7.074
Maintain Financial Records for a Business, Using Spreadsheet Software
 
Indicator 7.074.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 7.074.002
Select and open files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 7.074.003
Save files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 7.074.004
Journalize and post transactions using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 7.074.005
Prepare financial statements using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 7.074.006
Generate reports using spreadsheet software
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 8
  UNDERSTAND CASH CONTROL SYSTEMS
 

Benchmark 8.075
Reconcile a Bank Statement
 
Indicator 8.075.001
Compare bank statement to the cash account balance & make adjustments
 
Indicator 8.075.002
Identify errors/make corrections if the amounts & records do not agree
 

Benchmark 8.076
Journalize Banking Transactions
 
Indicator 8.076.001
Journalize service charges, bank fees, EFTs, dishonored checks, etc.
 

Benchmark 8.077
Maintain Petty Cash Records
 
Indicator 8.077.001
Record all transactions involving petty cash
 
Indicator 8.077.002
Ensure security control
 
Indicator 8.077.003
Identify and track types of source documents required for petty cash
 

Benchmark 8.078
Maintain a Checking Account
 
Indicator 8.078.001
Perform all aspects of opening and using a checking account
 

Benchmark 8.079
Identify Security Considerations Related to Cash Control Systems
 
Indicator 8.079.001
Describe steps for controlling access to cash, petty cash, and checks
 
Indicator 8.079.002
Explain why segregation of duties is necessary
 

Benchmark 8.080
Maintain Banking Records, Using Accounting Software
 
Indicator 8.080.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using accounting software
 
Indicator 8.080.002
Select and open files using accounting software
 
Indicator 8.080.003
Save files using accounting software
 
Indicator 8.080.004
Journalize and post transactions using accounting software
 
Indicator 8.080.005
Prepare financial statements using accounting software
 
Indicator 8.080.006
Generate reports using accounting software
 

Benchmark 8.081
Maintain Banking Records, Using Spreadsheet Software
 
Indicator 8.081.001
Journalize and record adjusting entries using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 8.081.002
Select and open files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 8.081.003
Save files using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 8.081.004
Journalize and post transactions using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 8.081.005
Prepare financial statements using spreadsheet software
 
Indicator 8.081.006
Generate reports using spreadsheet software
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 9
  IMPLEMENT PAYROLL AND PAYROLL TAX PROCEDURES
 

Benchmark 9.082
Describe Methods Used to Determine Gross Earnings
 
Indicator 9.082.001
Define gross earnings
 
Indicator 9.082.002
Describe the methods used to determine gross earnings
 

Benchmark 9.083
Explain the Purposes of Withholdings and Other Deductions
 
Indicator 9.083.001
Explain the purposes of withholdings and other deductions
 

Benchmark 9.084
Compute Gross Earnings, Deductions, and Net Pay on a Payroll Register
 
Indicator 9.084.001
Verify time records and calculate the number of hours worked
 
Indicator 9.084.002
Calculate gross earnings
 
Indicator 9.084.003
Use charts to determine deductions and withholdings
 
Indicator 9.084.004
Subtract deductions and determine net pay
 

Benchmark 9.085
Journalize Payroll Transactions
 
Indicator 9.085.001
Record salary expense and payroll taxes expense transactions
 

Benchmark 9.086
Maintain Employee Earnings Records
 
Indicator 9.086.001
Record total payroll information for individual employees
 
Indicator 9.086.002
Retain required records
 

Benchmark 9.087
Generate Payroll Checks
 
Indicator 9.087.001
Prepare the payroll check and the check stub
 

Benchmark 9.088
Identify Source Documents Required for Adding and Deleting Employees
 
Indicator 9.088.001
Identify and describe the purpose of the VA4, W4, and I9 forms
 

Benchmark 9.089
Describe Record-Organization and Retention-Schedule Procedures
 
Indicator 9.089.001
Identify records needed to support payroll statements
 
Indicator 9.089.002
Indicate the length of time a business is required to retain records
 

Benchmark 9.090
Prepare Employer Tax Returns
 
Indicator 9.090.001
Complete the 941 form
 
Indicator 9.090.002
Report new hires
 
Indicator 9.090.003
Report unemployment numbers
 
Indicator 9.090.004
Complete year-end employee reporting
 

Benchmark 9.091
Prepare Employee Tax Returns
 
Indicator 9.091.001
Complete a 1040EZ form
 

Benchmark 9.092
Maintain Financial Records of the Payroll, Using Accounting Software
 
Indicator 9.092.001
Compute and record payroll transactions and related financial records
 

Benchmark 9.093
Maintain Financial Records of the Payroll, Using Spreadsheet Software
 
Indicator 9.093.001
Compute and record payroll transactions and related financial records
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 10
  IMPLEMENT ACCOUNTING FOR OTHER SCHEDULED PROCEDURES
 

Benchmark 10.094
Maintain Records for Depreciation
 
Indicator 10.094.001
Choose acceptable methods of depreciation
 
Indicator 10.094.002
Record the decline in value of physical assets
 
Indicator 10.094.003
Allocate part of the cost of an asset that will be used up over time
 

Benchmark 10.095
Analyze Records for Accounts Receivable Write-Offs
 
Indicator 10.095.001
Identify uncollectible accounts
 
Indicator 10.095.002
Calculate and record information on accounts that must be written off
 

Benchmark 10.096
Record Inventories
 
Indicator 10.096.001
Identify components of the cost-of-goods-sold method
 

Benchmark 10.097
Maintain Records for Notes Payable and Notes Receivable
 
Indicator 10.097.001
Track long-term liabilities and long-term receivables
 

Benchmark 10.098
Maintain Records for Prepaids
 
Indicator 10.098.001
Keep records of prepaids, including insurance, rent, taxes, etc.
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 11
  UNDERSTAND ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS ETHICS
 

Benchmark 11.099
Describe Confidentiality Concepts and Policies
 
Indicator 11.099.001
Define the concept of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP)
 
Indicator 11.099.002
Identify the sensitive nature of data collected by accountants
 
Indicator 11.099.003
Identify the requirements for confidentiality
 
Indicator 11.099.004
Cite examples of ways confidentiality is maintained
 
Indicator 11.099.005
Cite instances when confidential information should be made public
 
Indicator 11.099.006
Cite legalities that would compel the release of confidential info.
 
Indicator 11.099.007
Discuss the consequences of a failure to maintain confidentiality
 

Benchmark 11.100
Identify Characteristics of Professional Conduct
 
Indicator 11.100.001
Describe the high ethical standards required for accountants
 
Indicator 11.100.002
Explain the impact of a breach of professional conduct
 
Indicator 11.100.003
Describe personal discretion
 
CTE.ACT1
Standard 12
  DEVELOP CAREER EXPLORATION AND EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
 

Benchmark 12.101
Explore Career Opportunities in Accounting
 
Indicator 12.101.001
Explore the occupations related to the accounting career cluster
 
Indicator 12.101.002
Match an individual's abilities & aptitudes with industry standards
 

Benchmark 12.102
Identify Personal Characteristics of a Professional Accountant
 
Indicator 12.102.001
Identify personal characteristics of a professional accountant
 

Benchmark 12.103
Prepare a Résumé, Including Format Suitable for Online Posting
 
Indicator 12.103.001
Prepare a résumé, including format suitable for online posting
 

Benchmark 12.104
Identify the Steps to Follow in Resigning From a Position
 
Indicator 12.104.001
Identify the steps to follow in resigning from a position
 

Benchmark 12.105
Create a Portfolio Containing Representative Samples of Student Work
 
Indicator 12.105.001
Create a portfolio
 

Benchmark 12.106
Identify Personal Presentation Standards Expected During Interviews
 
Indicator 12.106.001
Differentiate appropriate and inappropriate dress for an interview
 
Indicator 12.106.002
Identify the appropriate time to arrive at an interview
 
Indicator 12.106.003
Describe the importance of knowledge about the company's background
 
Indicator 12.106.004
Identify questions that may be asked of interviewees
 
Indicator 12.106.005
Identify questions that an interviewer cannot legally ask applicants
 
Indicator 12.106.006
Identify answers that an interviewee should plan in advance
 
Indicator 12.106.007
Describe how to positively portray weaknesses or inexperience
 
Indicator 12.106.008
Identify how to convey personal strengths
 
Indicator 12.106.009
Explain the benefits of participating in a mock interview


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