At TAFE NSW, our accounting courses offer you a pathway into the world of finance and accounting. Imagine having the skills to not only understand ...
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.
Kick-start your career in the bookkeeping and accounting industry or add to your business expertise as you gain the skills to use Xero and MYOB accounting software. Learn how to process a basic payroll and analyse business transactions.
Start your career or formalise your knowledge with this accredited course. Graduate with practical skills for the accounting and bookkeeping industry and the educational requirements for your BAS agent registration.
Nurture your talent as a numbers whizz and rise in the ranks of the accounting industry to a supervisor or team leader position. Explore budgets, financial forecasts and tax documents with the help of industry leading accounting software.
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.
Accounting course information
There are so many ways to study at TAFE NSW. You can choose an option that suits your learning style and lifestyle.
Who is an accounting course good for?
Accounting is rooted in analytical thinking and problem solving. Do you get satisfaction from analysing financial data? How about uncovering trends and making sense of complex financial transactions? If this...
Accounting career paths
Investing your time and energy into an accounting course provides you with several great career options to choose from:
Accountants manage and analyse financial records, prepare tax r...
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