Accounting & Bookkeeping Courses
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New to accounting?
Entry-level certificates are suitable for beginners who seek principal skills in accounting or bookkeeping.
Need foundational business skills?
Our Certificate IV courses are excellent for managers who need to understand basic accounting functions, particularly small business owners.
Thinking of going pro?
A Diploma of Accounting or a Master of Professional Accounting is ideal for those looking to formalise their skills and knowledge and pursue a career in the field.
Accounting and bookkeeping are foundational skills for business and part of an international profession in their own right. Whether you're looking to turn your attention to detail and sound numeracy into a stable career, or want to learn the fundamentals to run your own business, the skills and knowledge to become an accountant or bookkeeper is just a nationally recognised qualification away.
- From entry-level certificates to postgraduate qualifications, our courses are suitable for beginners seeking principal skills to those looking to pursue a career in the field.
- Graduates can apply for jobs such as office manager, assistant accountant, accounting clerk, bookkeeper, Registered BAS agent, tax agent.
- Call a CoursesNow consultant to help you find the ideal qualification for your needs, including those accredited by professional bodies such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and CPA Australia.
Accounting and bookkeeping skills are versatile and can lead to a number of career options. In addition to becoming an accounting professional, graduates from accounting and bookkeeping courses are also in demand in administration, business and finance roles, and skills learnt can underpin many other sectors.
Graduates will emerge with skills and knowledge in financial reporting, legal obligations, processing transactions, creating and maintaining spreadsheets, using accounting software systems, producing business activity statements (BAS), budgeting, and tax.
Accounting and bookkeeping is a stable industry with steady demand. Graduates will be able to start in support roles with a view to progress to running their own practice if desired.
If you wish to achieve international recognition in this profession, you must satisfy the academic requirements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia or CPA Australia.
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