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Our Certificate IV in Bookkeeping is specifically design for employment as a bookkeeper. Students learn to establish and maintain manual and computerised accounting systems. Other course functions may include completing Business Activity Statements (BAS) and developing management systems for organisations.

Bookkeeping Courses

Award CoursesHelp…   National Code
Certificate IV in Bookkeeping FNS40215
Short CoursesHelp… Duration
MYOB Advanced - Setup and Operate Computer Accounting System 10 weeks Part Time
Bookkeeping Practices 6 weeks Part Time
Bookkeeping Skills for Business Owners, Managers and Employees 8 weeks Part Time
Bookkeeping Essentials for Job Seekers 8 weeks Part Time

Employment Opportunities

Bookkeeping graduates often find roles in establishing and maintaining financial records for clients. Roles may include recording transactions for a cash or accrual accounting system to preparing financial reports via manual or computerised accounting packages such as MYOB. Bookkeeping studies can also provide skills in developing internal management systems and controls. Many bookkeepers work for themselves with a range of clients giving the role flexibility and variety.


Bookkeeping enquiries
Email: Bookkeeping course enquiry
Phone: (08) 8207 8050

General TAFE SA enquiries
Email: Enquire online
Phone: 1800 882 661 (freecall)
TTY for deaf: 8226 4413

Bookkeeping courses are available at many TAFE SA locations across South Australia.
Visit the TAFE SA campus page to find a campus near you.