Curriculum Guideline

Cashiering Applications

Effective Date:
Course
Discontinued
No
Course Code
CSCT 0130
Descriptive
Cashiering Applications
Department
Customer Service & Cashier Training
Faculty
Applied Community Studies
Credits
3.00
Start Date
End Term
Not Specified
PLAR
No
Semester Length
15
Max Class Size
18
Contact Hours
70 – 90 (depending on disabling condition) Classroom 40% Lab 40% Practicum 20%
Method Of Instruction
Lab
Seminar
Practicum
Methods Of Instruction
  • lecture
  • hands -on demonstration
  • overhead materials
  • written handouts
  • pre-tests and post tests
Course Description
This course will familiarize students with basic math concepts, and demonstrate proper techniques when using electronic adding machines. Students will learn the fundamentals of product sales and a Point of Sale computerized cashier system. Hands on lab training will provide the students with the essential knowledge for the level of competency required to integrate their skills into the practicum setting.
Course Content

 

  • computing accurately, using whole numbers and the fundamentals of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • counting methods for using coins and bills,
  • develop an understanding of counting back change
  • basic use of a point of sale cashier system, and other computerized lab equipment
  • identifying product names and matching with corresponding UPC codes
  • identifying and facing merchandise to be stocked
  • identifying various forms used for inventory and shipping, routinely used in the retail industry

 

Learning Outcomes

 

  1. Students to gain an understanding of basic math concepts
  2. Students to demonstrate the ability to count money as related to the retail environment
  3. Students to learn and practice in lab setting computer simulation of products and sales
  4. Students to learn and practice basic calculator and computer skills
  5. Students to learn stock and inventory procedures as related to the retail environment

 

Means of Assessment

A mastery model of on-going evaluation will be used. A student will have completed the course when he/she has demonstrated through satisfactory completion of exercises and assignments that the course objectives have been achieved. Where formal tests are used mastery will be defined as a score of 80% or more.

Progress will be monitored on a regular basis by the instructor in consultation with each student. The student will be expected to maintain regular attendance and progress, actively participate in all lab instructed activities, and completes all assignments as directed.

Corequisites