Our FNS30322 Certificate III in Accounts Administration has been designed in consultation with experts in the industry to make sure your learning is comprehensive and applicable to current industry best practice. Accounts Administrator responsibilities include reviewing and reconciling accounts, processing payments to external partners and maintaining updated records of invoices and receipts. We provide a practical approach to this qualification providing reallife learning outcomes and job ready skills. You can start at any time, all your learning resources will be provided and a dedicated trainer will be assigned to guide and support you throughout your studies.
Total number of units = 11 (7 core units, 4 elective units)
|Design and produce spreadsheets
|Engage in workplace communication
|Conduct business activities using a computerised accounting system
|Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
|Administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers
|Perform financial calculations
|Work together in the financial services industry
|Organise personal work priorities
|Process and manage payments
|Reconcile financial transactions
|Monitor and control accounts receivable
Enrolment in the program is for a maximum of 24 months. Students must aim to complete modules by the nominated completion date and as a minimum must demonstrate ongoing progression towards completion. Extension for assessment may be awarded at the trainer’s discretion.
We take a practical approach to this qualification allowing participants to gain hands-on experiences in business practices. Students undertaking this course may be required to demonstrate their abilities as part of their assessments through a number of guided simulations.You may require access to individuals (friends or family members) to support your program by participating in simulated activities. Each simulation will need to be recordedand submitted as part of your assessment.
All students require computer or tablet with access to the Internet and a program that can open and edit Word documents (this does not have to be Microsoft Office).
This course is delivered by our blended program. Workbooks and assessment are delivered to you in electronic format via email. You do not need to come to class, however, you will need to keep in contact with your Educator and attend phone and/or web meetings to complete some of the practical components of your course. Blended learning allows you the flexibility of completing your course at your own pace, at times to suit work and other life commitments. You can work on your course at anytime, anywhere supported by your industry experienced Educator via telephone and email communication no matter where you are.
Distance learning allows you to have the same amount of convenience and flexibility as online or blended learning. The only difference is that instead of studying online, you will be studying via workbooks. Distance learning is perfect for students that prefer to have hard copy resources. Participants wishing to complete their qualification via distance instead of online will incur additional material and postage fees up to the value of $25.00 per unit.
If you have lots of experience and skills but no formal qualification you might want to consider Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). RPL is a process whereby you demonstrate that you currently have the required skills and knowledge for particular units/qualifications within the industry that you are experienced. RPL focuses on your life and work experiences and how they meet the criteria of the national qualifications to find out more about RPL