• 17/05/2022


Accounting Qualifications

When you study an Accounting or Finance course, you’re doing more than getting relevant and up-to-date training; you’re making a serious investment in your career.

Developed in consultation with key industry partners, these courses can assist you in accumulating the knowledge and skills you need to take the first or next step in your profession. From MYOB training through to an Advanced Diploma in Accounting, the courses below provide practical, up-to-date training that, combined with your natural drive and determination, can help you succeed in the commercial environment.

Diploma Level Programs

Advanced Diploma of Accounting (FNS60204)

This course provides the advanced skills to carry out the duties of an assistant accountant. The Advanced Diploma can also lead to entry into a Bachelor of Business (Accounting).

Diploma of Accounting (FNS50204)

This course provides the skills you need to carry out the duties of clerical bookkeeping and to work in accounting-related roles. On completion you can continue on to study the Advanced Diploma of Accounting, which can be linked to a business degree in accounting.

Certificate Level Programs

Certificate IV in Business Administration (BSB40507)

This course will develop your administrative skills to a high level and gain a broad knowledge base of a wide variety of administrative contexts. Its combination of business administration training coupled with financial services, payroll and BAS skills will help enhance the prospects of job-seekers, while those already working will also appreciate this convenient and flexible means of formalising their on-the-job experience.

Certificate IV in Accounting (FNS40610)

This Certificate IV will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare financial reports and statements, and implement accounting and payroll systems. It also provides training in BAS (Business Activity Statements), the MYOB computerised accounting system and other areas relevant to working within a financial environment.

Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (FNS40210)

The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and the Tax Practitioners Board both recognise this course, and upon compketion you will have met the educational requiremnts to register as a BAS (Business Activity Statement) agent and fulfil BAS agent responsibilities.You will learn to prepare financial statements, maintain asset and inventory records, and carry out payroll procedures.

Certificate III in Financial Services / Accounts Clerical (FNS30304)

This course provides a solid grounding in essential office skills such as workplace communication, occupational health and safety practices and the use of technology. You will learn the practical skills required to work in accounts payable/receivable, payroll and bookkeeping, and be introduced to complex spreadsheets, financial record-keeping and reporting procedures.

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