FNS60217 Advanced Diploma of Accounting
CRICOS Course Code: 0101279
This qualification reflects the role of individuals working in accounting and seeking professional recognition, including tax agents, accounts managers and business analysts; and to employees performing a range of accounts management tasks for organisations in a range of industries. At this level individuals are expected to apply theoretical and technical skills in a range of situations and to display initiative and judgement in planning activities. They have autonomy in performing complex operations and can be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally well-defined parameters.
Work functions in the occupational areas where this qualification may be used are subject to regulatory requirements. Refer to the FNS Financial Services Training Package Companion Volume Implementation Guide or the relevant regulator for specific guidance on requirements.
This qualification includes units that comprise an approved Tax Practitioner Board (TPB) course in Australian taxation law and commercial law, which are relevant for registration as a tax agent. Persons seeking registration with the TPB should check current registration requirements with the TPB, as registration requirements are reviewed regularly.
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This course will be delivered face-to-face in a classroom-based setting which includes the simulation of workplace based environment.
The course is delivered at:
Level 7, 190 Queen Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
The Training Package requires that students must have completed the following six units or their equivalent:
· Completion of both FNSSS00014 Accounting Principles Skill Set and FNSSS00015 Advanced Accounting Principles Skill Set;
· Completion of FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting;
· Completion of FNS50217 Diploma of Accounting.
Stanford College Australia has the following entry requirements:
International students must:
· Be at least 18 years of age and have completed the equivalent of Year 12.
· Participate in a course entry interview to determine suitability for the course and student needs.
· Have an IELTS* score of 5.5 (test results must be no more than 2 years old). English language competence can also be demonstrated through documented evidence of any of the following:
· Educated for 5 years in an English speaking country; or
· Completed at least 6 months of a Certificate IV level course in an Australian RTO; or
· Successful completion of an English Placement Test.
Note that other English language tests such as PTE and TOEFL can be accepted. You are required to provide your results so that we can confirm they are equivalent to IELTS 5.5.
Students who complete this course may be able to seek employment in a accounting roles.
Students who complete this course may wish to further their study into a range of Advanced Diploma qualifications or higher education qualifications in accounting.
Students may apply for recognition of existing qualifications or skills, knowledge and experience (credit transfer or recognition of prior learning) as per the information included in our International Student Handbook, which is available at www.stanford.edu.au
For international students, the granting of course credit may affect course fees as well as the duration of the course.
The result of an application for credit and any changes to fees or course duration will be advised to students in writing.
If course credit is granted following issuance of the Confirmation of Enrolment, students will receive a new Confirmation of Enrolment showing a reduced duration.
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Please contact Stanford College Australia at +61(03) 9670 8893 or Email to email@example.com for further details and ongoing specials (if applicable) on pricing.
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This qualification will be delivered over 78 weeks, including 60 weeks of training and assessment spread over 6 terms of 10 weeks and 18 weeks of holidays. Holidays are 3 weeks per term.
Class sessions are planned to ensure that students have a mixture of practical and theoretical components and those classes cater for a wide variety of learning styles. Additionally, workplace practices and environments are simulated and used to conduct skills based assessments in accordance with unit requirements.
The timing for this course will be advised in the Letter of Offer.