According to an Australian survey of salaries and the ABS skills shortage analysis, the employment market continues to grow strongly for accounting and finance professionals, with salaries rising as organisations compete for the best performers to help strengthen their businesses.
Broaden your skill set and career options with a dual diploma, National has identified and credited like units, offering 2 diplomas for not much more work than one.
For prospective and current employees who perform duties such as maintaining accounting systems, reporting on business performance and preparing financial statements, you can also opt to complete the 2 tax units, required to be admitted as a tax agent. (complete 11 units)
The HR Manager that is conversant with the numbers, using management information, budgets, forecasts and performance ratios, will sit comfortably within the management team. As many units in the dual diploma are common, you only need to complete 16 units to get 2 Tertiary qualifications (rather than 11 and 9 if you did the diplomas separately), plus you have up to 2 years to finish.
Be the leader who understands the numbers, implementing and establishing the key profit drivers, considered essential for making any business successful. As many units in the dual diploma are common, you only need to complete 18 units to get 2 Tertiary qualifications (rather than 11 and 12 if you did the diplomas separately), plus you have up to 2 years to finish.
Recognised by both the Tax Practitioners Board and the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, the Certificate IV in Bookkeeping is dedicated to developing your bookkeeping skills and is ideal for aspiring and practicing bookkeepers and BAS (Business Activity Statement) agents.