Accounting and Finance

    Accounting and Finance

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    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.

    Accounting

    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. more...

    • Statement of AttainmentFinancial Accounting Theory and Audit

      MHE20532FA

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    • Statement of AttainmentCommercial Law for Tax Agents

      MHE20532CL

      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.

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    • Statement of AttainmentTax Law for Tax Agents and Tax (Financial) Advisers

      MHE20532TL

      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.

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    • Certificate IVAccounting and Bookkeeping

      FNS40222-01

      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.

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    • DiplomaAccounting

      FNS50222-01

      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.

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    • Undergraduate CertificateFinancial Accounting Theory and Audit

      HE20542V01

      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.

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    • Undergraduate CertificateCommercial and Tax Law

      HE20541V01

      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), which must be met alongside other TPB requirements.

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    Accounts Administration

    Join the fast-paced world of the financial accounting industry. Combine your innate ability for effective organisation and problem solving while gaining expertise in financial software and document handling. more...

    • Certificate IIIAccounts Administration

      FNS30322-01

      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.

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    Applied Commerce

    Learn how to succeed in the finance industry and advance your acumen in accounting, investment, business statistics, applied economics and marketing. more...

    • DiplomaApplied Commerce

      HE20515V02

      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.

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    • BachelorApplied Commerce

      HE20511

      Enrol in the Bachelor of Applied Commerce and choose to major in accounting, financial planning or a double major in accounting and financial planning. This qualification covers a wide range of business areas such as accounting, financial planning, marketing, client psychology, management, economics and more. If you're someone who wants a holistic understanding of how businesses operate across different areas, this course can provide that foundation.

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    Banking Services

    Develop a wide range of skills from customer service to mobile banking. Step into a career full of potential in the banking services industry. more...

    • Certificate IVBanking Services

      FNS42022-01

      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.

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    Finance and Mortgage Broking

    Apply your financial skills to a rewarding career in the lending sector. Get the expertise to help loan applicants achieve the dream of owning a home. more...

    • Certificate IVFinance and Mortgage Broking

      FNS40821-01

      Develop your knowledge of lending products and services and help people achieve their dream of owning a home. Gain skills as a finance and mortgage broker and join a dynamic industry built on strong relationships with lenders, clients and customers.

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    • DiplomaFinance and Mortgage Broking Management

      FNS50322-01

      Contribute to the great Australian dream of owning a home. Invest in your career and be eligible for independent and managerial positions. Build trust, develop a deep understanding of the mortgage broking industry and advance your finance skills.

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    Financial Counselling

    Learn financial 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 more...

    • DiplomaFinancial Counselling

      CHC51122-01

      Gain the experience and skills to become a financial counsellor and make a positive impact on people’s lives. Learn culturally sensitive approaches to work productively and ethically with clients and empower people to improve their financial health.

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    Financial Planning

    Learn about market behaviours, investment strategies, risk management, and associated laws to ethically guide customers to build a secure financial future. Specialise in retirement, investment and more. more...

    • Statement of AttainmentCommercial Law for Tax (Financial) Advisers

      MHE20531CL

      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.

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    • Statement of AttainmentBehavioural Finance for Financial Planners FASEA bridging course

      MHE20529BF

      Why do rational people sometimes make irrational decisions when it comes to money? This microcredential introduces you to behavioural finance, where finance and psychology meet. Explore risk aversion, overconfidence and biases, and apply your learning to the behaviour of super funds, banks and insurers. You'll learn to recognise the nature and impact psychological factors have on investment behaviour and market outcomes. This course meets the minimum education requirements for behavioural finance for financial planners, according to the Financial Adviser Standards (FAS).

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    • Statement of AttainmentEthics and Professional Standards for Financial Planners FASEA bridging course

      MHE20529ET

      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.

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    • Statement of AttainmentCommercial and Corporations Law for Financial Planners FASEA bridging course

      MHE20529CL

      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.

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    • Statement of AttainmentInsurance and Superannuation

      MHE20530IS

      This short course in insurance and superannuation comprises of one subject and runs for 12 weeks. You can choose the option to study online or face-to-face. In this course, you'll learn about general and personal insurance and the Australian superannuation environment. This is an essential short course for financial advisers, financial services industry employees and career changers looking to upskill in this specialty area. You'll focus on risk and strategies for handling risk, as well as the role of financial advisers in insurance planning as part of an overall financial planning strategy. You'll examine the Australian superannuation environment, including the different types of funds, taxation impact and options for retirement funding. You'll have the opportunity to hear from industry experts who will enhance your learning by providing first-hand insights and information. This course is also an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your studies with the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning. Graduates of the insurance and superannuation course can receive one subject credit when they go on to study the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning.

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    • Statement of AttainmentInvestment Planning

      MHE20530IP

      This short course in financial planning comprises of one subject and runs for 12 weeks. You can choose the option to study online or face-to-face.In this course, you'll examine various types of investment options.This is an essential short course for financial advisers, financial services industry employees and career changers looking to upskill in this specialty area. You'll learn to assess investor constraints and assess the risk vs reward of investment strategies to ensure the strategy meets the client’s financial planning needs. You'll have the opportunity to hear from industry experts who will enhance your learning by providing first-hand insights and information. This course is also an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your study with the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning. Graduates of the investment planning course can receive one subject credit if you go on to study the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning.

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    • Statement of AttainmentRetirement and Estate Planning

      MHE20530RE

      This short course in retirement and estate planning comprises of one subject and runs for 12 weeks. You can choose the option to study online or face-to-face. In this course, you'll learn about retirement and estate planning legislation, reforms and strategies, including social security and aged care in Australia. This is an essential short course for financial advisers, financial services industry employees and career changers looking to upskill in this specialty area. You'll focus on the financial planning industry body of knowledge. Specifically, you'll focus on retirement and estate planning, research, analysis and recommendations to meet client goals and objectives in an ethical, legal and socially responsible manner. You'll have the opportunity to hear from industry experts who will enhance your learning by providing first-hand insights and information. This course is also an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your studies with the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning. Graduates of the insurance and superannuation course can receive one subject credit when they go on to study the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning.

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    • Statement of AttainmentSuperannuation and Retirement

      MHE20511SR

      This short course in superannuation and retirement comprises of one subject and runs for 12 weeks. In this course, you'll learn about the process of superannuation, retirement planning and gain an introduction into the aged-care system. You'll explore the history of superannuation, legislation, types of superannuation funds (including self-managed super funds) and contributions. You'll also examine why retirement funding is a core strategy for all working Australians and the effects of superannuation funds with respect to taxation and benefit payments. This course is also an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your studies with the Bachelor of Applied Commerce. Graduates of the superannuation and retirement course can receive one subject credit when they go on to study the Bachelor of Applied Commerce.

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    • Statement of AttainmentFinancial Planning Fundamentals

      MHE20511FP

      This short course in financial planning comprises of one subject and runs for 12 weeks. In this course, you'll gain an introduction into financial planning in Australia. Gain an introduction into budgeting, debt management, investing, insurance, superannuation and more. You'll learn the skills and knowledge to meet a client's goals and objectives, within an ethical, legal and socially responsible manner. You will also gain the skills to communicate financial planning processes and develop your own personal finance capabilities. This course is also an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your studies with the Diploma or Bachelor of Applied Commerce. Graduates of the financial planning course can receive one subject credit when they go on to study the Diploma or Bachelor of Applied Commerce.

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    • Statement of AttainmentTaxation Planning

      MHE20530TP

      This short higher education course in taxation planning consists of one subject of study and runs for 12 weeks. You can choose the option to study online or face-to-face. You'll gain essential skills and knowledge about the Australian taxation system and its rules and regulations, with a focus on personal and business income tax. You'll also consider taxation strategies and learn how this is communicated to clients. Take part in projects and case studies and apply your knowledge to a range of scenarios. Have the opportunity to hear from industry experts who will enhance your learning by providing first-hand insights and information. This course is an excellent place to start if you're looking to further your studies with the Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning. Graduates of this taxation planning course can receive one subject credit when they go on to study the Graduate Diploma.

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    • Undergraduate CertificateFinance and Investment

      HE20544V01

      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.

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    • Graduate CertificateFinancial Planning (Professional Practice)

      HE20529V01

      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.

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    • Graduate DiplomaFinancial Planning

      HE20530V01

      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.

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    Financial Services

    Build the skills to create positive client experiences and financial success stories. Maximise your career potential and gain a broad knowledge of the financial services sector. more...

    • Certificate IIIFinancial Services

      FNS30122-01

      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.

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    • Certificate IVFinancial Services

      FNS41820-01

      If you're passionate about saving, investing or educating others on reaching financial goals, this could be the course for you. Learn about banking and financial services products along with dispute resolution, debt recovery and the importance of ethics.

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