Delve into the world of complex calculations, procedures and legislation in an accounting or finance course. Use your mathematical abilities in banking, accounts or payroll, or branch out into financial broking, planning and lending. Make your career about more than the dollars by helping people who are facing financial difficulties.
If you’ve got a head for figures and enjoy meticulous work, a course in accounting will teach you the procedures, legislation and software you need to step into a fulfilling career.
Want to know how to manage your money better? Improve your financial skills? Develop healthy money habits? Have increased confidence in your ability to handle your own money? This Money Basics course will provide you with the knowledge to develop a healthier relationships with money now and for your future.
Do you want to take an initial step to qualify as a tax agent through the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB)? Accredited by the TPB, this course is for upskillers who would like to specialise in Australian taxation. The Tax Law for Tax Agents and Tax (Financial) Advisers course explores current Australian tax law and legislation. It will also equip you with the skills to process different tax returns using industry-standard software. Conducted face-to-face, this tertiary microcredential can be completed in just two semesters and can flexibly fit around busy life schedules.
Do you need to meet the Tax Practitioner Board’s (TPB) requirements for commercial law or want to provide a tax agent service for a fee? Aimed at upskillers, this tertiary microcredential will provide you with a broad overview of commercial law. You will benefit from acquiring knowledge of Australia's common law and civil law systems in your professional field. Bucking recent trends in education, classes are conducted in a stimulating face-to-face environment. The course is structured so that students can take one subject per semester.
Gain a life skill and begin your journey into an accounting and finance career. Learn to use spreadsheets and financial software relevant to small business accounting, and equip yourself with tools every beginner accountant needs.
Add to your skills and multiply your study or career pathways. Process financial documents and transactions securely. Learn accounting fundamentals and work as an account assistant or use your new skills to balance your own business or home expenses.
Are you hoping to process tax returns for businesses and large corporations? Explore the world of accounting and take your next step in the journey to becoming a tax agent in this dynamic industry.
Gain the skills and knowledge to consult with clients to determine tax documentation preparation requirements. Learn to identify assessable income and allowable deductions and calculate client tax obligations to meet tax audit requirements.
Take the guesswork out of managing your inventory and have all the data at your fingertips wherever you are with an accounting software system. Integrate your inventory and accounting needs and gain solid skills to enhance your career prospects.
Learn the ins and outs of corporate solvency and how regulators respond when businesses go belly up. Offer a new set of services to your clients while meeting educational requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board.
Crunch the numbers as you process tax returns and upskill in the world of accounting. Master the balance sheets of small businesses and large corporations and explore the impact of the law on tax for superannuation and trusts.
Begin your journey to become a BAS agent and earn credit towards the full qualification. This skills-based course will give you access to real workplace documents and scenarios, and you’ll learn from industry experts in simulated office environments.
Add to your skills and multiply your study or career pathways. Prepare and process financial documents and transactions. Learn accounting fundamentals and work as a bookkeeper or use your new skills to balance your own business or home expenses.
Expand your employability and count on a great career in the fast-growing finance industry. You’ll graduate with a range of transferable financial skills and knowledge for accounts payable and payroll officer roles, sought after in every industry.
Expand your employability and count on a great career in the fast-growing finance industry. You’ll graduate with a range of transferable financial skills and knowledge for accounts payable and payroll officer roles, which are sought after by multiple industries.
Learn how to manage complex budgets, managerial financial reports and gain a comprehensive knowledge of federal legislation in the accounting sector. Walk into the financial services industry as an assistant accountant or bookkeeper.
Designed for aspiring accounting managers and assistant accountants. Prepare complex reports and evaluations to deliver critical results for your company and clients, and earn credit toward a TAFE NSW degree study pathway.
Gain skills to manage the financial accounting in your small business or work in auditing roles. The Undergraduate Certificate in Financial Accounting Theory and Audit is a short course designed with industry experts to help you meet your career goals. If you already have extensive relevant workplace or study experience, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to complete this qualification even faster. Also, take advantage of receiving credit for the subjects you complete in this course if you decide to continue your studies with the Bachelor of Applied Commerce.
Upskill in your financial services career with the Undergraduate Certificate in Commercial and Tax Law. This course is for people who want to develop their skills in commercial and tax law and meet legal requirements to register as a tax (financial) advisor with the Tax Practitioner Board (TPB). This must be met alongside other TPB requirements. This practical undergraduate certificate is made up of 4 essential subjects and provides credit towards a full qualification if you wish to continue your studies.
Be a part of the dynamic financial industry. Study accounts administration and combine your well-organised nature and people skills with financial software and document know-how.
Gain skills that are transferable across nearly every industry. Provide crucial support to your team and gain credibility. Conduct work in MYOB or Xero, create spreadsheets, run reports and bookkeep as a successful accounts clerk.
The Certificate III in Accounts Administration will help you start your career as an accounts assistant. Gain a strong foundational knowledge in accounts and be qualified to support your team using software, spreadsheets, reports and other financial documents.
Learn the key pillars of the finance industry and advance your acumen in accounting, investment, business statistics, applied economics and marketing.
Begin your career in the financial services industry or continue into the second year of the Bachelor of Applied Commerce when you study this specialist higher education diploma. Designed in conjunction with industry experts, this course meets the demands of financial services employers who are looking for ethical, professional employees in the financial services, business and commerce sectors. Learn in small, personalised classes with teachers who are expert financial professionals dedicated to sharing their up-to-date knowledge. You'll also benefit from our strong industry connections that can help you grow your networks and get your career started.
Get the best of both worlds when you enrol in the Bachelor of Applied Commerce majoring in Accounting and Financial Planning. In this double major you’ll get the combined skills and accreditation of our Accounting and Financial planning single majors, with only 6 months' extra full time study. Gain the practical knowledge you need to set you up for career success, from contemporary accounting concepts to investment analysis and the psychology of client engagement. Undertake a work placement, benefit from TAFE NSW’s excellent industry connections and choose from full time or part time study with this Financial Adviser Standards (FAS) approved course.
The Bachelor of Applied Commerce majoring in Financial Planning is a specialist degree designed to match the needs of the financial planning industry, to get you job-ready. Learn from industry professionals, practice developing client relationships and build your confidence with a work placement and personalised learning. This practical course is available full time and part time, and meets the minimum education requirements for Financial Adviser Standards (FAS) set by the Australian Government Treasury (formerly set by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA)). If you’re a people person who’s interested in working with numbers and joining a dynamic industry, this could be the course for you.
Build the practical skills, confidence and connections to excel in your accounting career. Whether you’re interested in becoming a tax agent, a forensic accountant, a business analyst or an entrepreneur, the Bachelor of Applied Commerce majoring in Accounting provides a pathway to a wide range of industries and experiences. You’ll learn in small classes, experience a work placement and benefit from TAFE NSW’s industry connections. When you graduate you’ll be eligible to apply for membership with Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ). With full time or part time study available, you can choose the best option to suit your lifestyle.
Develop a wide range of skills from customer service to mobile banking and step into a career full of potential in the banking services industry.
Acquire the latest knowledge of the financial products and services used within the banking industry. Build your customer service skills and effectively resolve disputes. Harness the principles of professional practice to work as a bank clerk.
Apply your financial skills to the lending sector. Help people navigate the high stakes of home ownership with strategies that reflect the current economic climate.
Help people achieve their dream of owning a home as a finance or mortgage broker. Get the skills to join a dynamic industry and develop a trusting relationship with clients, third party referrers, and lenders.
Invest in your career and help people live the Australian dream of homeownership as a mortgage broking manager. Develop a deep understanding of the mortgage broking industry and advance your finance skills as you move up into more independent and managerial positions.
Learn strategies to coach people through difficult times, protect them from monetary burdens, recover from debt and reclaim their financial wellbeing with a course in financial counselling.
Transform peoples’ lives and gain the experience and skills to become a valued financial counsellor in rural areas. Learn community-minded approaches to work productively and ethically with small rural businesses, and empower clients to improve their financial health.
Transform people’s lives and gain the experience and skills to become a valued financial counsellor. Learn culturally sensitive approaches to work productively and ethically with clients and empower people to improve their financial health.
Learn market behaviours, growth potential and associated laws to ethically guide customers to build a secure financial future. Specialise in retirement, investment and more.
Are you looking to meet the Tax Practitioner Board’s (TPB) law requirements for financial advisers providing tax advice? Aimed at upskillers, this microcredential provides students with key skills in commercial law and features an extensive list of industry partners. Students learn to embed ethical law practices in their daily professional lives, a valuable skill in several industries. Conducted in an exciting face-to-face environment, the course is structured so that students can take one subject per semester, fitting study around work and other commitments.
Maintain your registration and consolidate your professional values with the Ethics and Professional Standards for Financial Planners FASEA bridging course. This essential tertiary microcredential qualification meets the minimum education requirements according to the Financial Adviser Standards (FAS) set by the Australian Government Treasury (formerly set by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority [FASEA]), while enhancing leadership skills in a specialised learning environment. With high demand for financial planners with approved qualifications, it’s a great time to upgrade your skills in only 12 weeks.
The Commercial and Corporations Law for Financial Planners FASEA bridging course was designed to help you qualify or maintain your registration as a financial planner. This industry-accredited single subject course is also a great option if you want to upskill in your career or sample a subject from the Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning (Professional Practice) or Diploma of Financial Planning. You can also benefit from TAFE NSW’s excellent industry connections.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Finance and Investment is a short course for people who work in business and want to understand and interpret financial information. Gain practical knowledge in borrowing and investment strategies, business finance, statistics and basic accounting, that you can apply in your career. If you already have extensive relevant workplace or study experience, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to complete this course faster. Plus, if you continue your studies with the Bachelor of Applied Commerce, you will receive credit for the subjects you complete in this qualification.
The Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning (Professional Practice) allows you to complete three Financial Adviser Standards (FAS) accredited bridging courses that address ethics and professional standards for financial planners; commercial and corporations law for financial planners; and behavioural finance for financial planners. Together with the subject ‘Applied Financial Advice’ you will be eligible to receive the award of Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning (Professional Practice) after one semester of study. Learn from financial planning professionals and benefit from TAFE NSW’s industry connections, including the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and the FPA Women in Finance and Economics Scholarship Program. With full-time, part-time and online study available, you can choose the option that makes sense for your career and lifestyle.
The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning has been designed to meet the educational requirements for financial advisers set by the Financial Adviser Standards (FAS). The Graduate Diploma requires one year of study and is a FAS accredited course. Learn from financial planning professionals and benefit from TAFE NSW’s industry connections, including the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and the FPA Women in Finance and Economics Scholarship Program. With full time, part time and online study available, you can choose the option that makes sense for your career and lifestyle.
Maximise your career potential and gain a broad knowledge across different areas in the financial services sector like loans and debts, investing and industry codes of practice.
Launch your career in the financial services industry and learn the essential skills to become a banking officer, clerical officer and more. Take on entry level positions in financial services, banking and accounting.
Launch your career in the financial services industry, and learn the essential skills to become a banking officer, clerical officer and more. Take on entry level positions in financial services, banking and accounting.
Strengthen your skills in financial and banking services to become a banking sales consultant, banking clerk and more. Apply your interest in saving and investing to an engaging career, prepare to help customers reach their financial goals and create a platform for further study opportunities.