This short course is made of two nationally recognised units of study
which gives you the skills to allocate payments, reconciling accounts
and maintenance of customer details in line with best practice along
with to maintaining financial records for a business.
What will you achieve from this course?
Maintain Finances and Accounts- short course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to:
- Maintain daily financial records
- Maintain general ledger
- Monitor cash flow
- Allocate customer payments
- Reconcile accounts
- Maintain customer details
Upon successful completion of these two units of competency you will
receive a Statement of Attainment for part of the industry
qualification in Certificate III in Financial Services (BSB30107).
- Payroll Clerk
- Accounts Clerk
- Administrative Assistant
- Bank Officer
- Credit Officer
- BSBFIA301AMaintain financial records - This unit
describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to
maintain financial records for a business. It includes maintaining
daily financial records such as reconciling debtors' and creditors'
systems, preparing and maintaining a general ledger, and preparing a
trial balance. It also includes activities associated with monitoring
cash control for accounting purposes. No licensing, legislative,
regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time
- FNSICACC302BAdminister financial accounts -This
unit deals with the correct administration of allocating payments,
reconciling accounts and maintenance of customer details in line with
How to gain your qualification faster
Recognition of Prior learning (RPL) is “the acknowledgement of the
skills and knowledge” that you have gained through previous studies,
work and life experiences. If RPL is granted, this will mean that you
will not have to complete the study or assessments for a unit or units
How long does the course take?
Choosing to study online allows you to study at a pace that suits your lifestyle.
Total nominal hours: 90 hrs
Maximum 6 months access to online course.
These units are part of a nationally recognised qualification.