The Certificate III in Accounts Administration qualification covers both sides of the accounts clerical role i.e. accounts payable and receivable. In the process, you will learn about journals and ledgers and how to manage and reconcile petty cash. You will also learn key support functions like writing letters and basic word processing skills.
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Learn how to carry out key financial functions such as calculating GST, interest and depreciation. You will also get to practice finding errors, and as a result understand how to avoid them. Setting up and maintaining a petty cash system is also covered in this very practical module.
Accounts administration tasks addressed in this subject include accepting and banking cash payments, receipting cheques, processing card transactions, and applying discounts and billing adjustments. Goods and Services Tax is a key topic, as is reconciling customer account balances.
This subject aims to reinforce your understanding of journals and ledgers and how to apply basic accounting concepts to the accounts payable function as well as processing petty cash and bank reconciliations. You will also learn how to process payments and reconcile supplier statements.
Learn to develop a good writing style for creating standard business documents such as letters, invoices, memos and emails. You will also get tips on reviewing, proof reading and editing documents, as well as how to safely save and store them. Practical activities ensure that you have the necessary skills to organise information, communicate with work colleagues and write clearly.
Understand the account administration steps involved in managing debtors (accounts receivable) from the initial sale through to updating the relevant journal and subsidiary ledgers for payments received. Learn and practice the techniques to contact outstanding debtors and manage overdue and outstanding debtors.
Learn the word processing skills needed to create key financial documents such as invoices, accounts receivable follow ups and client letters. You will develop style guides, apply basic formatting, learn how to manipulate text, use tables and carry out mail merges.
This subject covers the skills and knowledge required to work in a healthy and safe manner. Learn to recognise hazards, the importance of safety signs and how to raise safety issues within a workplace. This is a great entry level subject to help you act and respond in a safe manner and understand how to respond to emergency incidents.
All roles in the financial services sector require skills to correctly interpret and apply industry and organisation procedures, guidelines and policies. Professional and ethical standards as well as the application of practices relating to sustainability also have a significant role to play.
In this introductory subject, learn the fundamentals of working with excel and creating formulas. Content also covers ways to design spreadsheets to improve the layout of information, as well as how to create graphs or charts. You will be amazed at the potential excel offers you to improve work processes and manage data.
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8 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate III in Accounts Administration course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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