This Diploma of Accounting FNS50215 is awesome for anyone currently working in bookkeeping, accounting or as a BAS agent and also for those who are looking to break into the industry as newbies. If you want to graduate at the top of the Accounting game, then this is the course for you.
The Diploma of Financial Planning FNS50615 is essentially the ‘minimum entry requirement’ for any student wanting to enter the financial services industry or wanting to transfer into a position that requires them to provide advice for retail clients. In order to receive authorisation for providing personal advice in investment planning, superannuation and insurance, it is required by the corporate regulator that financial planners complete the minimum knowledge and skills components of the Diploma of Financial Planning to stay in alignment with with Regulatory Guide 146 (RG 146)
The Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (FNS40215) is perfect for those new to the bookkeeping world or who want to provide BAS, GST and/or book-keeping services in the future. This course is nationally recognised and is an educational requirement for BAS agents, as outlined in Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009. This is also an industry-endorsed program and provided by Mentor Education who are a leading financial and business services training.
This Certificate IV in Accounting (FNS40615) is Nationally recognised & is also an educational qualification requirement as determined in Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009. The course sets the professional qualifications and experience required to become an accountant, registered tax agent, registered BAS agent and tax (financial) adviser.
This Certificate IV in Business (BSB40215) is a great foundation for anyone looking to start a business, new to management or looking for a higher position in their existing company. A lot of entrepreneurs take the leap of faith in hope to everything will go swimmingly and more often than not they fail a few times before any success is made. What’s even worse is the biggest reason they fail is because of their lack of knowledge. It’s one thing to have an idea for business but it’s imperative that you know how to run and manage it.