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FNS50222 Diploma of Accounting

CRICOS Course Code: 110453M
Categories: Accounting
Study Methods: 13.5 hrs face to face + 6.5 hrs online (per week)

65 Weeks (45 Weeks Study)

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Course Description

This qualification reflects 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 guidance to others within defined guidelines.

Course Requirements

  • Prior to commencing this qualification an individual must have completed the following units of competency (or equivalent).
  • FNSACC321 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports.
  • FNSACC322 Administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers.
  • FNSACC418 Work effectively in the accounting and bookkeeping industry.
  • FNSACC421 Prepare financial reports (this unit is the equivalent version of BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports).
  • These competencies may have been achieved through completion of the following (or their equivalent): FNSSS00014 Accounting Principles Skill Set or FNS40222 Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping.
  • Have an IELTS* score of 5.5 (test results must be no more than 2 years old). English language competence can also be demonstrated through documented evidence of any of the following: a) Successfully completed a Certificate IV level course in an Australian RTO; or b) Successful completion of an English Placement Test.
  • Note that other English language tests such as PTE and TOEFL can be accepted. Students are required to provide their results so that it can be confirmed they are equivalent to IELTS 6.0.
  • Be at least 18 years of age and have completed the equivalent of Year 12.

Career Opportunities

  • BAS Agent,
  • Tax Agent,
  • Assistant Accountant,
  • Bookkeeper,
  • Senior Financial Clerk
  • Accounts Receivable and Payable Officer

Assessments Methods

Assessments may include short written knowledge tests, discussions and oral communication demonstrations, case study exercises, written reports, web based research and reports, final projects and final written exams. To perform at your best, you will probably need to work on the assessments outside of class time.  

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Students who have completed relevant studies or have some of the competencies in the course may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Application for RPL can be made with the initial application or can be made within two weeks of the course commencement using the RPL Application Form and by providing supporting documents. Please note that RPL cannot result in an international student having less than a full time load of study (20 hours).  

Communication

Effective verbal and non-verbal communication is essential to nursing and needs to be empathetic, respectful, clear, attentive, and non-judgmental. Effective written communication is a legal requirement nursing responsibility with professional and legal consequences. Students must demonstrate:

  • ability to understand and respond to verbal communication accurately, appropriately and in a timely manner
  • sensitivity to cultural and individual differences
  • ability to provide clear instructions aimed at the appropriate age-related level and in the context of the situation
  • timely clear feedback and timely reporting of health care and updates in progress notes
  • capacity to recognise, interpret and respond appropriately to behavioural cues
  • consistent and appropriate awareness of own behaviours and their impact on others
  • ability to construct comprehensible written communication that is appropriate to the situation using medical terminology where applicable
Ethical and legal behaviour
  • Nursing practice is mandated by specific legal and regulatory requirements and standards to enable the safe delivery of care. Students must demonstrate knowledge and compliance with.Australian Law, professional regulations and scope of practice
Knowledge and Cognition

This course requires knowledge of theory and the skills of knowledge cognition, with the capacity to:

  • ability to read and comprehend a range of literature and information (literacy) and accurate preparation, calculation, administration and documentation of medication (numeracy) skills e.g., 100% accuracy with medication calculation.
  • ability to locate appropriate and relevant information
  • ability to locate appropriate and relevant information
  • ability to integrate and implement knowledge in practice and keep within scope of practice
  • ability to process information that is relevant to nursing practice
Behavioural stability
  • Behavioural stability is required to work individually and in teams in changing and unpredictable environments. Nursing students will be exposed to emergency situations and human suffering and will be required to have behavioural stability to manage these events objectively and professionally. Students must be able to cope with their own emotions and behaviour effectively when dealing with individuals in the clinical setting.
Strength and mobility
  • Nursing practice requires manual handling skills and fine motor skills.
  • Sufficient fine motor skills are necessary to perform, coordinate and prioritise care. Tasks that involve fine motor skills include being able to grasp, press, push, turn, squeeze and manipulate various objects and individuals.
  • Students must be able to demonstrate and perform these tasks consistently and safely to reduce the risk of harm to self and others
Sensory abilities
  • Students must demonstrate sufficient visual acuity to perform the required range of skills in environments which may be difficult and hostile.
  • Students must demonstrate sufficient aural function to undertake the required range of skills. Students must demonstrate sufficient tactile function to undertake the required range of skills and assessments.
  • Any strategies to address the effects of vision, auditory and tactile impairment must be effective, consistent and not compromise treatment or safety.

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Bank: Commonwealth Bank
Branch Name: Cnr of George & Market St, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
Account Name: Australian Harvard International College
BSB: 062 005
Account No: 1116 1515
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S (for international transfer)

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