If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it- Accounting is the heart of every business.
Are you looking for a vital set of transferrable skills—ones that will assist you both in business and your personal life? The accounting industry is a profitable, in demand sector suited to those who love numbers and are looking to enter a stimulating and ordered field of work.
The FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting has designed specifically for those starting out in the accounting industry. It provides a sound foundation of practical content and will assist students to obtain work in entry level positions.
Accounting knowledge and skills can be used in a range of positions and situations. From personal book-keeping systems, to learning how to work in the pay-roll department, this course will teach you how to track, monitor and record all the relevant numbers in your life and report on business performance.
Australis College prides itself on its industry-respected training staff, so, if you want to learn from the best and satisfy your passion for numbers with a rewarding career, this is the choice for you!
You’ll learn to:
Career Outcomes and Salary Expectation:
The average salary for someone working in this industry ranges from approximately $43,300 to $53,000 per year. This is dependent on the position held, length in the industry, and your specific employer.
Investment & Payment Options
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
How do I Enrol?
There are 11 units in this Accounting qualification, that are delivered across three stages. Students will be supported throughout the course program via one on one trainer support, online e-learning, live and recorded web-tutorials which are designed to support individual learner needs. Australis College will integrate the activities, bringing together some units that reflect real industry outcomes and processes.
To obtain this qualification, students at Australis College must complete the following 11 units of competency over a 12 month period:
|Unit of Competency
||Unit of Competency Code|
|Process financial transactions and extract interim reports||FNSACC301|
|Prepare financial reports||BSBFIA401|
|Provide financial and business performance information||FNSACC501|
|Prepare tax documentation for individuals||FNSACC502|
|Provide management accounting information||FNSACC507|
|Manage budgets and forecasts||FNSACC503|
|Prepare financial reports for corporate entities||FNSACC504|
|Develop and use complex spreadsheets||BSBITU402|
|Establish and maintain accounting information systems||FNSACC505|
|Implement and maintain internal control procedures||FNSACC506|
|Lead and manage effective workplace relationships||BSBLDR502|
Please note that you are required to complete this qualification in the above order as it contains units of competency with prerequisite units of competency.
As you progress through the units, there will be opportunities for you to test your learning by completing some general questions and activities, such as Multiple Choice and Short Answer Questions, Projects, Case Studies, Practical Tasks and Observations. At the end of each unit, you will be formally assessed by your Assessor.
All written and recorded evidence requirements are to be uploaded to the Australis College online portal (iTrain). This evidence will form part of your competency assessment. As such online study is an essential element of the Australis training methodology, you will you need to have access to and competence with a computer and the internet.
Where this provides you key challenges, please discuss this with your course consultant.