Accounting training courses and schoolsTotal 266 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.
General and Management Accounting programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Energy CorporateTraining Centre/Campus:
Perth, WA, AustraliaPhone No.:
Carbon Accounting, Tax, Management and Compliance - 2 day Workshop (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Over 2 days, participants learn about emissions, emission sources, the National Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reporting (NGER) Scheme legislation, the Clean Energy Act, the ETS, the National Carbon Offset Scheme Carbon Neutral Program and the Carbon Tax as well as how to calculate and classify emissions, how to utilise the information gathered to optimise business operations and reduce costs, and how to implement a carbon management strategy and hierarchy within an organisation (especially those with large numbers of sites).
This course is the only course in Australia to be designed by experts experienced in implementing carbon management and reporting systems, and in auditing the same types of systems as independent verifiers and NGER Auditors approved by the Federal Government. Our presenters are experienced carbon management and accounting consultants.
No technical background is required. These course are suitable for Service providers, business advisers,... [Read More]
CPA Australia LtdTraining Centre/Campus:
Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaPhone No.:
1300 73 73 73
Understanding key accounting standards WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This program will give you a general understanding of the most commonly-used International Accounting Standards (with Australian deviations highlighted).
At the completion of this program, you will:
understand the application of the 18 most commonly-used Australian Accounting Standards
understand the disclosure requirements
apply the principles learned by attending the program
calculate amounts for inclusion in the financial statements, serving the principles contained in Australian Accounting Standards
Understanding key accounting standards workshops are available in various metro and regional locations as well as in the form of a learning manual.
Recognising, measuring and accounting for financial instruments WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Understand the requirements under the financial instruments standards. You will discuss the typical derivative products used in risk management, followed by an explanation of the new accounting rules that apply to these products.
Key topics covered
Gain an understanding of several key issues arising from the changes to:
+ financial instruments: Disclosures
+ financial instruments: Disclosure and presentation
+ financial instruments: Recognition and measurement
Due to their wide scope, the impact of these three standards is significant for all sectors, ranging from SMEs right through to large companies.
+ Understand the types of derivatives used in risk management
+ Identify the key issues arising from the financial standards
+ Understand new hedging rules and how they can impact your future risk management
+ Understand new guidance on classification and measuring of financial... [Read More]
Accounting for subsidiaries, associates and joint arrangements WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Explore the main standards required for producing compliant financial reports including an overview of the requirements for IFRS 3r.
A large number of entities have control or significant influence over other entities which require consolidation or investment accounting. There are a number of issues and consideration arising during this accounting process which causes inefficiencies during the year end process.
This one day workshop will cover the considerations and how to account for the investments and work through the consolidation process. Explore the main standards required for producing compliant financial reports including an overview of the requirements for IFRS 3r. Utilising worked examples, activities and detailed case studies you will be engaged and educated in their application.
Key topics covered
+ Different types of investments and the appropriate accounting treatment
+ Considerations about control
+ Pro... [Read More]
Accounting for non-financial assets and associated liabilities WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Gain a greater understanding of the recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements in relation to non-financial assets. Covering the theory of each standard using the recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements from both full IFRS and IFRS for SMEs, this program will enable you to understand the specific requirements for your organisation. Worked examples will be used to ensure a thorough understanding of the relevant accounting standards.
Key topics covered
The standards covered in order of applicability to most entities are:
+ IAS 16: Property, plant and equipment
+ IAS 2: Inventories
+ IAS 38: Intangible assets
+ IAS 40: Investment property
+ IFRS 5: Non-current assets held for sale and discontinued operations
+ IAS 17: Leases
+ IAS 23: Borrowing costs
+ IAS 1: Presentation of financial statements (commitments only)
+ Understand the recognition and measureme... [Read More]
Accounting for employee benefits and share based payments WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This workshop develops participants understanding of the accounting for employee remuneration and share based payments through discussion about the relevant accounting standards (IAS 19 and IFRS 2).
This workshop develops participants understanding of the accounting for employee remuneration and share based payments through discussion about the relevant accounting standards (IAS 19 and IFRS 2) and detailed worked examples and activities.
Learn about accounting for employee remuneration and share based payments through exploring IAS 19, IFRS 2, and detailed worked examples and activities.
Key topics covered
IAS 19: Employee benefits
Prescribe the accounting and disclosure for employee benefits (all forms of consideration given by an entity in exchange for service provided by employees).
IFRS 2: Share based payments
Accounting for share based payments transactions with employees, including modifications and ... [Read More]
Fringe benefits tax essentials WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Topic one â€?FBT fundamentals
Understand how and why FBT was introduced, what the different sections of the legislation mean and how to perform the calculations.
determine whether a benefit has been provided
determine the taxable value of fringe benefits
calculate FBT payable
calculate individual reportable fringe benefits amounts
state the requirements for reporting and paying fringe benefits tax
Topic two â€?cars and car parking
Discover the different methods for calculating the benefits in cars and car parking. Covering the definition of benefits, calculations, taxable values, statutory formula and operating cost methods and other applicable benefits, youâ€™ll find this practical session highly worthwhile:
determine whether a car benefit has been provided
calculate the taxable value of car fringe benefits
determine if a car parking fringe benefit has been provided
calculate the taxable value ... [Read More]
Strategic Management Accounting (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This segment examines the strategic management accountant&,#146,s role in dynamic organisations operating in the global business environment. In this role, the professional accountant engages with the organisation&,#146,s top management team and contributes to strategy development and implementation with the aim of creating customer value and a strong competitive position for the organisation. The segment highlights the traditional management accounting tools and techniques of value chain analysis and project management which have become increasingly important in contemporary operational environments.
The segment includes discussions on the professional accountant&,#146,s responsibilities and judgement as introduced in the Ethics and Governance segment. Also discussed are investment evaluation and strategic business analysis in the context of assessing and responding to risk, as covered in the Financial Risk Management and Advanced Audit and Assurance seg... [Read More]
Ethics and Governance (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Ethics and governance is a core component of the knowledge and skill base of today&,#146,s professional accountants. As key business decision makers, accountants must be proficient in regulatory regimes, compliance requirements, and governance mechanisms to ensure lawful and effective corporate behaviour and operations. A better understanding of ethics, corporate governance frameworks and mechanisms links with the various roles and responsibilities outlined in other segments of the CPA Program. From an individual perspective, this segment provides you with the analytical and decision-making skills and knowledge to identify and resolve professional and ethical issues. The skills and knowledge obtained are also important for segments that specialise in the functional disciplines of accounting such as Advanced Taxation, Financial Reporting, Strategic Management Accounting and Advanced Audit and Assurance.
More than ever, today&,#146,s professional accountants a... [Read More]
Advanced Diploma of AccountingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
In this qualification you will further develop your practical skills and knowledge in accounting. Subjects covered include those in the Diploma of Accounting, plus you will gain skills in complex tax returns and lodgements, complex corporate financial reports, and corporate governance activities. You will also learn to develop and use complex spreadsheets and conduct internal audits. You may also gain skills to develop an operational business plan or implement tax plans and evaluate tax compliance.
Tasmanian PolytechnicTraining Centres/Campuses:
Burnie, Devonport, Hobart, Invermay, Launceston, Newnham, Smithton, TAS, AustraliaPhone No.:
1300 655 307
Accounting (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This qualification is designed to provide the education and training to be a tax agent, clerical officer, assistant accountant or accountant with specialist skills. This qualification provides the entry requirements into the National Institute of Accountants and up to 10 units of credit towards the Bachelor of Business with the University of Tasmania under the current articulation arrangements.
Who should enrol in this qualification?
Those who have completed the Diploma of Accounting and are on a journey to gain higher level accounting qualifications in the Polytechnic system or a Degree at University level using the Polytechnic/University of Tasmania Articulation Agreement
Those who work as a bookkeeper and want further skills in taxation and higher level accounting and reporting skills and knowledge
Those wishing to be fully qualified as an Accountant and a member of an accounting professional organisation
Those seeking ... [Read More]
AccountingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This short accredited course will give you the essential accounting skills you need for your business or work. Sign up for all 4 Units of Competency to receive $55 discount. Statement of Attainment in BSB30407 Certificate III in Business Administration.
The short course is made up of three parts:
Accounting Essentials I: Intro to Accounting
Accounting Essentials II: MYOB
Accounting Essentials III: Payroll MYOB
The units provide credit towards BSB30407 Certificate III in Business Administration.
Interested to find out more about the full Certificate? For more general information on this course, please go to Certificate III in Business Administration now!
Delivery and assessment of this course is competency based which means it may be delivered and assessed by a combination of off-the-job theoretical sessions and practical work situations.
You may be assessed in a varie... [Read More]
Bite Sized Property Management - Trust Accounting WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Ensuring that customersâ€?funds are administered correctly under the Land Agents Act 1994 is an essential element of any agencyâ€™s practice and this workshop provides the fundamentals of operating and maintaining trust accounts.
Ensure your employees fully understand their obligations and identify effective procedures to avoid errors in the maintenance of the trust account
Polytechnic WestTraining Centre/Campus:
Perth, WA, AustraliaPhone No.:
(08) 9267 7500
Accounting (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This qualification builds on Certificate III in Financial Services, and takes your skills much further. Learning areas include managing a small office, financial reporting, advanced bookkeeping, management reporting, job costing, manual and computer accounts systems (MYOB software) and budget preparation and management.
Polytechnic West offers a wide range of Business and Business Administration qualifications at campuses across the Perth metropolitan area so that you can study a business qualification at a campus that is most convenient to you. Polytechnic West provides high quality training that is industry relevant and up-to-date with the latest business software and systems.
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