This qualification reflects professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries, including tax agents, accounts payable and accounts receivable officers, payroll service providers, and employees performing a range of accounting tasks for organisations in a range of industries. Individuals in these roles apply solutions to a range of often complex problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They apply initiative to plan, coordinate and evaluate their own work and provide guidanceto others within defined guidelines.
The delivery approach of this course is based on a timetable of 20 hours per week. The mode of delivery and assessment of this course may include lectures, group workshops, presentations, practical activities, some self-directed learning as well as research reports. These components will be supported by blended learning methodologies, face to face classroom-based learning and/or a flexible approach with online learning.
Up to 40 weeks (including holidays).
A variety of methods are incorporated into the course to accommodate different learning styles. These include, but are not limited to, project work, reports, observations, portfolio development, case study analysis, and individual presentations.
Year 12 or equivalent literacy and numeracy levels or equivalent
Provision of evidence of
Students must be 18 years of age or over
An English language proficiency score of 5.5 IELTS (or equivalent) for International students.
After achieving the Diploma of Accounting, candidates may undertake an Advanced Diploma of Accounting. This course may also be used as a pathway into a Bachelor of Accounting.
COURSE FNS50217 | CRICOS 099392E
To attain a Diploma of Accounting, competency in the following 11 units must be achieved: