Introduction to Duke General Ledger (G/L) Accounts

Description: 
The Duke G/L Accounts training is designed for new employees or individuals new to financial responsibilities, and is designed to follow Introduction to Duke Accounting and Business Practices. Delivered on-demand, this video series introduces participants to the various types of G/L accounts, discusses key criteria used to determine appropriate G/L accounts based on a situation, reviews web resources available to assist with this determination, outlines how different roles interact with G/L accounts, and describes common errors and how to avoid them. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend Introduction to Duke Accounting and Business Practices prior to beginning this training.

Videos are grouped into series based on user roles. Be sure to select the video series that best fits your role.
  • Introduction to Duke General Ledger Accounts – SAP Classes – this video series is designed for those who will be attending any SAP classroom training. This will individuals participating in the Financial System Specialist Certification Program or those fulfilling prerequisite requirements to participate in certification supporting grant administration.
  • Introduction to Duke General Ledger Accounts - Payroll Rep-Company 10 - this video series is designed for Department Payroll Representatives who work in Duke University or the School of Medicine.
  • Introduction to Duke General Ledger Accounts – Payroll Rep – DUHS – this video series is designed for Department Payroll Representatives who work in Duke University Health System.
  • Introduction to General Ledger Accounts - Procure to Pay Specialist – this video series is designed for participants in the Procure to Pay Specialist certification program.
  • Introduction to General Ledger Accounting – TRaC Representatives – this videos series is designed for participants in the TRaC Representative certification program.
  • Introduction to General Ledger Accounting – Research Administration – this video series is designed for participants in the RAA Certification or for those in grant specific jobs.


Registration for this session will be handled through Duke's Learning Management System (LMS). The LMS is accessible by using the Duke@Work portal and accessing the My Career > My Learning tab. See "Related Materials" for further details.
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Duration: 
Varies depending on series
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No
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No
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Old ID: 
7