Job Skills for University Students and Graduates

Duration5 weeks
Accredited UnitsProcess Business Tax Requirements (FNSACC401A)
Prepare match and process receipts (FNSACM302)
Administer financial accounts - MYOB (FNSACM303)
Process customer transactions - MYOB (FNSRTS306)
Establish and maintain a payroll system (FNSBKG405)
Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks (FNSBKG404)

Description

This course is designed for university students and graduates who are seeking part-time or entry level employment in accounting, bookkeeping, business and financial services.

This part time or entry level employment could include any of the following roles: licensed bookkeeper; registered BAS Agent accounts payable officer; accounts receivable officer, payroll officer; store keeper, inventory manager, stock control officer, contracted bookkeeper and accounts supervisor.

For university students and graduates without previous work experience and\or practical work skills this course will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge sought by employers and recruitment agencies.

Professional Accreditation - These units of competency comprising this course are Australian Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) approved for the purpose of Licensed Bookkeeper or BAS agent registration or for renewal of TPB registration.

All necessary training materials, including a MYOB Student Version 19.8 DVD, will be provided as part of the course fee.

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$1020.00
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Note: No refunds apply unless the course is cancelled by TAFE SA.

Skills Covered

Job Skills for University Students and Graduates
Skills covered include:
- Business tax calculations (Goods and Services Tax (GST), Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) tax withheld, PAYG income tax instalments, Luxury Car Tax (LCT), Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT), Wine Equalisation Tax (WET), Fuel Tax Credit (FCT), Payroll tax, Workcover and Superannuation.
- Day to day computerised bookkeeping using MYOB (set up and operate a computerised accounting system, prepare, match and process receipts, process payment documentation, manage day to day accounts and process customer transactions, entering sales and purchases right through to reconciling the bank account and generating reports.
- Preparing and processing payrolls using MYOB software (preparing payroll documentation, process payroll from provided data in MYOB computerised payroll systems, including Payroll legislation, Superannuation obligations, Payroll calculations, Setting up the MYOB payroll command centre, End of year payroll procedures and payroll reconciliation.
- Preparation and lodgement of the Business Activity Statements (BAS) to Australian Tax Office and\or Management (preparing and completing BAS), including BAS compliance requirements, manual BAS preparation, enter the BAS transactions, adjustments and corrections in MYOB and generate BAS reports in MYOB.