Certificate in Advanced Accounting Principles
- Australian Accredited Qualification
- 100% online | Equivalent to on-campus qualifications
- Overseas students eligible, no visa required
Online Course Information
Do you want to learn advanced accounting knowledge and skills?
In this online accounting course – FNSSS00015 Advanced Accounting Principles Skill Set training program, you will learn to prepare provide financial and business performance information, prepare tax documentation for individuals, manage budgets and forecasts, prepare financial reports for corporate entities, implement and maintain internal control procedures and provide management accounting information.
Whether you want to learn about advanced accounting to undertake budgeting tasks and make financial decisions for your business, or if you are a manager who needs to understand the financials of your organisation, this online course will open doors and create rewarding opportunities for you.
Business Accounting Essentials
FNSACC516 Implement and maintain internal control procedures
- Review corporate governance requirements
- Implement internal control operating procedures
- Monitor internal control operating procedures
FNSACC512 Prepare tax documentation for individuals
- Gather client income data and verify client, organisational and legislative requirements
- Identify, record and present client’s non-complex income tax documentation
- Manage lodgement of client’s non-complex income tax documentation
BFNSACC311 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
- Check and verify supporting documentation
- Prepare and process banking and petty cash documents
- Prepare and process payable and received invoices
- Prepare journal
- Update financial data and systems
- Prepare deposit facility and lodge flows
- Finalise trial balance and interim reports
BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
- Maintain asset register
- Record general journal entries for balance day adjustments
- Prepare final general ledger accounts
- Prepare end of period financial reports
FNSACC511 Provide financial and business performance information
- Assess client needs
- Analyse data
- Prepare and provide financial and performance advice to client
FNSACC514 Prepare financial reports for corporate entities
- Compile and analyse data
- Prepare reports
FNSACC517 Provide management accounting information
- Gather and record operating and cost data
- Analyse data and assign costs
- Prepare cost reports and budgets
- Analyse variances and review costing system integrity
Budgets and Financial Tools
FNSACC513 Manage budgets and forecasts
- Prepare budget
- Forecast estimates
- Document budget
- Monitor budget outcomes
Online: You have up to 24-months to complete your course. This is a self-paced, Trainer-supported method of learning. We recommend you spend approximately 10-hours a week reading the course material and completing the assessment tasks given if you are aiming to complete the course within 8-months.
Please note. The above recommended study hours are indicative only. This time would be reduced if you have pre-existing knowledge and experience in accounting and bookkeeping. Dolph Business School is also able to support students who may require additional time.
We do not believe in our students just learning for the sake of passing their exams. This is why the assessment for this course is conducted using a combination of realistic workplace simulated tasks, projects, knowledge tests, and response to case studies – NO EXAMS! The following provides a brief explanation of the assessment methods that are to be applied:
Written Reports / Case Studies.
The student is required to produce a range of written records or reports based on real workplace scenarios or based on a case study that is provided by the assessor. This will usually require the student to consider carefully the situation presented, undertake some research to inform their response and then to propose their recommended actions. There may be a practical portion for the student to demonstrate a range of skills relevant to the workplace. This could be by way of presentations or role-play activities.
The student is required to undertake a range of projects in the context of his or her own workplace or on a case study that is provided by the assessor. A project will require the creation of various workplace documents (reports, memos, etc.). Projects may have a practical presentation component where the student may be asked to present or role-play the outcomes of their project or research.
The student is required to participate in knowledge tests over the course of his or her study. The student will be required to individually complete the test. The student may research their answers from the course training materials and notes as well as relevant workplace references.