|Course Code:||D706 (National ID: FNS40211)|| |
Payroll Clerk, Bookkeeper
|Duration:||Duration may be flexible.|| |
|How:||Apprenticeship/Traineeship, Work based|| |
|Where:||PERTH CAMPUS - Building 125 ABERDEEN STREETNORTHBRIDGE6003|| |
|International study available:||No|| |
|Online study available:||No|| |
|Uni pathway available:||No|| |
About the course Ask us a question about this course
This Certificate IV will give you the skills to work as a bookkeeper in a business or in your own practice. By the end of your studies you'll be able to complete all bookkeeping requirements and complete BAS information for employers and clients.
Studying financial services at Central exposes you to a combination of industry-trained lecturers, on the job training and innovative training solutions.
You'll also benefit from our well equipped facilities offering the latest in financial services software.
View our brochure to see the career pathways for our accounting, banking and bookkeeping courses.
Where this course can lead you
Jobs in financial services are generally always available. You could find work in various industries for large or small businesses or organisations.
Your Certificate IV in Bookkeeping prepares you for roles such as:
Your Certificate IV Bookkeeping opens the door for further qualifications at Central such as the Diploma of Accounting. With further study you could also gain direct entry to one of WA's leading Universities with Central's Pathways to University program.
Skills you will gain from this course
Central's financial services qualifications provide you with skills that are relevant to current industry trends and practices.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Your Certificate IV in Bookkeeping gives you the skills to begin an exciting career in financial services or for further study at Central. The Diploma of Accounting will increase your understanding of complex tax returns and creating summaries of financial transactions for an organisation.
Connected with industry
Central's industry relevancy means practical course content geared towards getting you a career. It also means you have an opportunity to network with real professionals who could increase your chances of employment during or after study.
We ensure our industry partners are involved in the development of our courses and curriculum, so the skills you obtain are relevant in the workforce.
We take pride in offering training through our experienced lecturers who are financial services professionals and ensure you gain the best experience possible from the people who have done exactly what you want to do.
We have also assessed the software and practices this industry uses and replicated it within Central so when you leave, you'll be working on familiar technology and with familiar processes.
|Plan:||D706 - CU1204 - PSC|| |
|Description:||Complete 13 units: 9 core and 4 elective units|| |
Title: GROUP 01 - CORE UNITS
Description: Central Institute of Technology offer the units listed below.
Please note: previously completed units may count towards this qualification. Please discuss with the teaching area to determine eligibility.
|D0705||BSBFIA401A||Prepare financial reports|
|D0789||BSBITU306A||Design and produce business documents|
|D0887||BSBOHS201A||Participate in OHS processes|
|D4069||FNSBKG401A||Develop and implement policies and procedures relevant to bookkeeping activities|
|D4070||FNSBKG402A||Establish and maintain a cash accounting system|
|D4071||FNSBKG403A||Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system|
|D4072||FNSBKG404A||Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks|
|D4073||FNSBKG405A||Establish and maintain a payroll system|
|D4168||FNSINC401A||Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry|
Title: GROUP 02 - ELECTIVE UNITS
Description: Elective units are to be negotiated between Central Institute of Technology, employer and employee.
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
An apprenticeship or traineeship is a structured employment based training program that allows you to have a job and be paid while you learn. In most instances practical experience at work is combined with complementary off-the-job training provided by Central Institute of Technology.
Apprenticeships lead to trade certification and nationally recognised qualifications.
Traineeships focus on entry level training in non-trade areas and lead to nationally-recognised qualifications. Some school based traineeships are available to year 11 and 12 students who combine part time work with secondary studies via an approved training schedule. Apprenticeships and Traineeships are not available as an option for International students.
Please Note: The process for actually getting into an apprenticeship/traineeship (which involves finding an employer) is very different to the application process for normal study.
Getting into this course
In order to gain entry into this course you must demonstrate developed maths and communication skills.
This conversion table explains the grades you need to have obtained at a high school level to meet this entry level requirement.
The Application Process
The process for applying for a course at Central depends on whether you are a local or international student and the way that you will be studying: full time, part time, as an apprentice or trainee.
This course is delivered as a traineeship and part time.
Find out about applying for a course as a trainee
Find out about applying for a course part time
with our apply, enrol and pay guide in our future students section of the website.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Do you have existing skills? Whether obtained through paid or voluntary work, training or other experiences, you may be able to fast track your study by applying for recognition of prior learning, often referred to as RPL.
Find out more here