With Accounting and Bookkeeping roles expected to grow strongly over the next few years - now is a perfect time to enrol in an accounting or bookkeeping course online!
We help you succeed in your accounting studies by giving you the support of a whole team of Student Advisers, all with real life accounting experience. You will have one dedicated Student Adviser who will personally manage your program; and the benefit of a team around them to provide expert assistance in all subject areas.
The Certificate III in Accounts Administration qualification covers both sides of the accounts clerical role i.e. accounts payable and receivable. In the process, you will learn about journals and ledgers and how to manage and reconcile petty cash. You will also learn key support functions like writing letters and basic word processing skills.
The Certificate III in Accounts Administration qualification looks at the accounts clerical tasks of accepting and processing customer payments into an accounts software package and paying business bills. You will also learn key support functions like writing letters and basic word processing skills. You have a choice of using MYOB or XERO trial programs for your course.
The Certificate IV in Accounting qualification delivers learning outcomes in manual double entry bookkeeping and computerised accounting (using MYOB). It covers all key accounting functions such as processing journals, budget preparation, payroll, preparing financial statements and preparing a BAS. This qualification will start your accountancy career.
The Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping qualification delivers learning outcomes in manual double entry bookkeeping and computerised accounting (using MYOB or 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.
The Certificate IV in Bookkeeping will give you the practical skills in terms of setting up and maintaining a computerised accounting and payroll system. You will learn how to generate and interpret financial statements as well as gain an understanding of your industry related compliance obligations.
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.