XERO Specialty Course - The Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping qualification delivers learning outcomes in manual double entry bookkeeping and computerised accounting using Xero. It covers all key accounting functions such as accounts payable and receivable, bank reconciliation and processing journals, payroll, preparing financial statements and preparing a BAS. This qualification will start your accountancy or bookkeeping career.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
Financial calculations are part of every day life in a financial institution. The Subject covers a wide variety of routine calculations such as depreciation, GST and interest rates required in many finance roles. It also covers methods for checking calculation outcomes, software and online tools, and strategies for the detection of errors.
This subject examines how to authorise and process payments such as supplier bills and reimbursements. It provides an overview of how computerised accounting software can be used to record, authorise and process payments. This subject looks at the basic payment functions that can be found in XERO. This subject is practical in nature and requires practical activities undertaken using accounting software on trial software versions.
In this introductory subject, learn the fundamentals of working with Excel, working with tables and formulas. Content also covers ways to design spreadsheets to improve the layout of information, as well as how to create graphs or charts. You will be amazed at the potential excel offers you to improve work processes and manage data. Note this subject only supports the program Excel.
This subject provides an overview of Australia's taxation system and covers important concepts such as the Tax File Number System, Pay as You Go (PAYG), GST, payroll tax, fringe benefits tax and BAS. The practical component will provide you with lots of experience in completing several Business Activity Statements for a range of different types of businesses.
This subject teaches double entry accounting so that learners have the skills and knowledge required to prepare journal entries, post journal entries to ledgers, prepare banking and reconcile financial receipts, and extract a trial balance and interim reports. The subject looks at the manual accounting steps involved and also how accounting packages process general journals.
To gain first-hand experience of a computerised accounting system, you will be provided with access to Xero software where you will learn basic functions such as processing invoices, maintaining customer and supplier information and generating financial reports. You will also be required to create a chart of accounts, keep track of inventory and maintain subsidiary ledgers. The module contains tips and shortcuts that will help you to increase your efficiency overall.
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This subject covers the skills and knowledge needed to work effectively in the accounting and bookkeeping industry. It covers the various roles and responsibilities within the industry and the expectation in relation to ethical practices. It is an aid for decision making in terms of budgeting and cost benefit analysis for the introduction of new technology such as cloud accounting as well how you can promote your product, get the most out of feedback and your requirement to maintain your professional development.
The budgeting process is covered in depth in this diploma level subject. You will get the opportunity to develop your forecasting skills as you prepare sales, cash and operating budgets. You will also learn how to produce budgeted financial statements which are useful for estimating the financial results, financial position and cash flows of a business.
Processing and maintaining payroll requires a thorough understanding of the vast array of legislation that underpins the process itself. In this module, you will not only will learn how to calculate minimum rates of pay, penalty rate loadings, overtime, sick and annual leave, but you will also get to set up, maintain and process pays through a payroll system using XERO.
Upon completion of this very practical module, you will be able to prepare profit and loss statements and balance sheets in line with reporting obligations and regulations. You will be given step by step guidance on how to record end of period of adjustments, apply depreciation, close journal entries and produce trial balances.
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59 weeks is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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