If you can picture a long career in Accounting or Financial Services, start here and equip yourself with foundational accounting principles. Want an added bonus? Not many courses offer a seamless transition to Diploma level studies like the Certificate IV in Accounting. This course offers the opportunity to credit transfer 5 units of competency, saving you both money and time.
Be valuable resource to small business when you study how to prepare business activity statements and instalment reporting.
Gain important insight into the set-up and operation of a computerised accounting system and payroll system – firmly establishing your technical abilities.
Learn the key administrative tasks involved in financial reporting, operational budgeting and maintaining inventory.
Harness the potential of Microsoft Excel to develop complex spreadsheets, improving your financial analysis & reporting capabilities.
Accounts receivable/payable clerk
General accounts office clerk
You must hold a Year 10 Certificate or equivalent. To achieve a Certificate IV in Accounting, students must complete 13 units of competency over 4 terms.
Recognition of Prior Learning
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[BSBITU306] Design and produce business documents
Develop and use complex spreadsheets
Prepare financial reports
Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
[FNSACC302] Administer subsidiary accounts and ledges
Prepare operational Budget
Prepare financial statements for non-reporting entities
Set up and operate a computerized accounting system
[FNSINC401] Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry
Evaluate and authorise payment requests
Maintain Inventory Record
Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks
Establish and maintain a payroll system