Using General Ledger (GL) Course

Using General Ledger (GL) Certification Training Course Overview

Using General Ledger (GL) training course is designed to learn NetSuite General Ledger (GL) processes and tasks. In this training class, you will learn GL process step-by-step along with recommended tips, best practices and key points are shared to make sure you use NetSuite most effectively.

Target Audience:

Anyone responsible for performing GL tasks, such as setting up and closing accounting periods, managing the chart of accounts, banking tasks, journal entries and more.

Using General Ledger (GL) Course (Duration : 8 Hours) Download Course Contents

Live Virtual Classroom

Fee : 400 (Includes Taxes) 
9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)




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8 Hours/Day
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.
  • Configure General Ledger Home Dashboard
  • Configure KPIs and KPI Scorecards
  • Set Up an Accounting Period
  • Close an Accounting Period
  • Manage Accounting Period Window
  • Review Chart of Accounts
  • View Account Registers
  • Create a New General Ledger Account
  • Edit an Existing General Ledger Account
  • Create a Journal Entry
  • Approve a Journal Entry
  • Make an Intercompany Journal Entry
  • Create an Amortization Journal Entry
  • Create a Revenue Recognition Journal Entry
  • Post a Bill Variances Journal Entry
  • Make a Deposit
  • Transfer Funds
  • Write a Check
  • Void a Check
  • Print Checks and Forms
  • Reconcile Bank Statements
  • Reconcile Credit Card Statements
  • Delete a Bank Statement Reconciliation
  • Navigate NetSuite Reports
  • Review General Ledger Reports
  • Review Banking Reports
  • Review Financial Reports
  • Review Bank Reconciliation Reports
  • Correct a Bank Reconciliation Report
  • Create a CSV File for Importing Journal Entries
  • Import Online Banking Data