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Accounting courses can provide a pathway towards specialist accounting careers in everything from forensic to chartered accounting, as well as roles related to bookkeeping and management.

Financial planning careers give you the power to empower other people. Combine a love of numbers, statistics and economics with the satisfaction of working with and for people. TAFE NSW courses are always in tune with industry and regulatory requirements.

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“Considering all I have achieved in such a short time, it makes me thankful that TAFE Digital was my first choice.”

Yuki Stavely-Alexander - Certificate IV in Bookkeeping, and Accounting

When Yuki started a Certificate III in Accounts Administration, she had no idea how far she would go. As a mature-aged mother, Yuki was worried about balancing study with her other commitments. But she hadn’t realised the level of support she’d get from TAFE NSW.

The staff support and study flexibility that TAFE Digital provided helped Yuki build an amazing career pathway, going from the Certificate III, to Certificate IV in both Bookkeeping and Accounting.

Thanks to her TAFE Digital teacher’s connections, Yuki gained employment as a bookkeeper and is progressing her career with a TAFE Digital Diploma of Accounting.

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What job opportunities could an accounting or finance course lead to?

An accounting and finance course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from working to keep a small business in budget, helping individuals to manage their finances or taxes to big banking and top-floor corporate negotiations.

Qualifications in accounting and finance can lead to a job as an accountant, bookkeeper, payroll clerk, financial planner or an accounts officer. The average weekly salary for an accountant is $1,350.

Whether you're just starting out in your accounting and finance career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you.

TAFE courses in the Accounting and Finance area include Bookkeeping, Financial Services, Business Administration, Project Management, Human Resources, Purchasing and Accounting.