Production & Objective Test

Production & Objective Test

Type: Individual

Competencies: Accounts Concepts, Principles, Terminology; Audit Controls, Evidence, Procedures, and Reporting; Cost Accounting; Financial Accounting & Federal Income Tax; Financial Statements and Worksheets; Measurement and Presentation of Income and Expense Items; Measurement, Valuation, Realization/Recognition; Not-for-profit and Governmental Accounting; Ownership Structure and Valuation of Equity Accounts; Presentation of Assets and Liabilities; Professional Standards and Ethics


Type: Individual

Competencies: Basic Computer Concepts; Document Formatting Rules; Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling and Proofreading; Word Processing Applications


Type: Individual

Competencies: Mechanics of Appropriate Business English; Format and Appropriateness of Business Messages; Format and Style Differences with International Communications; Listening, Oral, and Nonverbal Concepts


Type: Individual

Competencies: Basic Computer Terminology and Concepts; Document Formatting Rules and Standards; Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling, and Proofreading; Related Computer Application Knowledge; Netiquette


Type: Individual

Competencies: Role of the Management Accountant & Comparing Cost, Management and Financial Accounting; Cost Accounting Concepts, Principles, Terminology; Using Accounting Information To Make Decisions; Materials and Labor Costs; Measurement, Valuation, Realization/Recognition


Type: Individual or Team

Competencies: Basic Desktop Terminology and Concepts; Related Desktop Application Knowledge; Digital Imaging and Graphics; Desktop Layout Rules and Standards; Safety, Ethics, and Legal Issues; Print Process; Message Presentation, Accuracy, and Proofreading

Topic: You have been put in charge of creating a campaign to bring statewide awareness of the expected dress code at all FBLA-PBL events.  FBLA-PBL has professional attire standards to which all members are expected to adhere, but feedback from members in your state indicates they are not sure they are being made fully aware of them prior to conference events.  You will create three original items, which will include:

  • A poster that shows/describes acceptable and unacceptable attire
  • A postcard that members can carry with them at conferences showing/describing acceptable and unacceptable attire
  • A PowerPoint presentation that can be shown at chapter meetings prior to conferences to educate members about the dress code