If you would like to gain a more in-depth understanding of business tax, tax returns and the principles of company accounting, then the Diploma of Accounting is the qualification you need. It will also expand your knowledge around the preparation of budgets and forecasts, and provide an increased awareness of internal control procedures within an organisation. Note entry prerequisites apply to this Diploma.
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This advanced subject allows you to build on the basics of working with excel and creating formulas. You will learn how to best layout and show information and create charts, as well as save and store workplace documents safely, efficient computing and hazard identification. You will also learn time saving functions such as named ranges, linking and consolidating data, data tables, array formulas, data validation, macros, templates and cell protection.
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.
Internal controls are a very important function of any business. They are an essential means of safeguarding a business’s assets and resources. You will learn about specific controls that should be introduced into every accounting system as well as fraud and fraud detection and auditing and corporate governance.
Our Tax Returns module provides a very comprehensive insight into the world of income tax. You will learn about taxable income and the deductions that apply in particular circumstances. There are several case studies that play an important part in helping you to consolidate your knowledge so that tax returns are not only accurate but claim for the maximum tax benefit available.
The focus of this subject is to analyse business accounts so that you can provide financial and business information that helps business operations. It looks at key business ratios and the key principles of cash flow and budgetary control. Activities require you to assess taxation, risk, compliance and business viability issues faced by businesses and present the information as a formal report.
This specialist accounting diploma subject looks at the unique requirements of company accounting, including the accounting processes for starting a company, raising funds and preparing financial statements and consolidated financial statements. You will also learn about the requirements for company reporting and company tax reporting. Note: The module Financial Statements or the equivalent is a pre-requisite for this subject.
This module outlines the skills and knowledge required to gather, record and analyse operating and cost data, prepare budget reports and review costing systems integrity to calculate and record the costs of products and services.
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.
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24 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Diploma of Accounting course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
for the Diploma of Accounting
Students wishing to enrol in the Diploma of Accounting FNS50217 must first complete, or have completed, the following six units, or their equivalent, which constitute the requirements for the FNSSS00014 Accounting Principles Skill Set:
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