This course provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the accounting system and related roles within various industries. The qualification reflects the job roles of employees with functions that could include:
> Completing Business Activity Statements (BAS) and other office taxes
> Operational reporting
> Producing non-complex management reports including compiling budget information
> Compiling data for job costing reports
> Supervising the operation of computer-based financial systems
> Classifying, recording and reporting accounting information
> Maintaining inventory records
> Managing a small office
> Ensuring relevant legal requirements are adhered to
This course is delivered from Lonsdale Institute’s Melbourne and Sydney city campuses. Melbourne is located at 277 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria. Sydney is located at 72 Bathurst Street, Sydney, New South Wales.
Delivery of the course is based on 20 hours face to face delivery per week over a period of 20 weeks delivered over 1 semester. This course is only available as face to face delivery for overseas student visa holders but is also available online, classroom and blended delivery for other participants.
This course is delivered over 30 weeks. However, depending on the time of enrolment and holiday periods throughout the year, the total duration of the course could be up to 40 weeks (including holidays).
A variety of methods are incorporated into the course to accommodate different learning styles. These include project work, reports, portfolio development as well as individual presentations.
Year 12 or equivalent literacy and numeracy levels;
Provision of evidence of competency in Certificate III in Accounts Administration or other relevant qualifications or work experience;
Students must be 18 years of age or over
Upper intermediate English language proficiency is required for International students.
This course is a prerequisite to the Diploma of Accounting.
COURSE CODE: FNS40615 CRICOS Code: 091148D
To attain a Certificate IV in Accounting, competency in the following 13 units must be achieved: