A detailed view of the numbers behind a company is vital for organisations of all shapes, sizes and industries. The same goes for individuals looking to prepare for different phases of life, including children, home ownership or retirement. Accountants are tasked with this titanic challenge, creating and analysing reports and delivering insights and knowledge that can have a major impact in decision making. With accredited accounting training, graduates earn the skills and knowledge to enter public or private industries with expertise to contribute to key decisions and apply a modern understanding of accounting principles and techniques.
With a massive selection of certificates and diplomas from which to choose, you can tailor your study to different sectors and industries in which you're interested. Choose a learning pathway best suited for government work. Or prepare yourself to be a mercantile agent or debt collector, or get more general training in accounting and bookkeeping. With this training you can pursue a range of jobs, from accounts payable clerk and payroll clerk to assistant bookkeeper or bookkeeper or assistant accountant or accountant. These positions range from junior roles to senior positions and can come with an average weekly salary of $770-$1,400.
Pick up on all the details and help shape organisations big and small with these nationally accredited accounting courses.
Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au
There are 21 courses available for people who want a career in Accounting. These are the most popular courses.