What will I learn?

The Accounting sector services four main areas: commerce and industry, banking and finance, public practice and the public sector. Accountants will be found in stockbroking, auditing, finance, and taxation, management of information systems and financial planning and management.

The role of the Accountant is crucial to successful businesses around the world today. Accountants determine business performance results, interpret what they actually mean, and use them as an aid in the strategic development of the business as well as forecasting results.

Our nationally recognised courses cover these areas and equip you with the skills and knowledge required to obtain employment in a wide range of accounting businesses.

Course Information

Our Accounting courses have been developed according to the requirements of the Financial Services Training Package (FNS15) and have been approved for delivery by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). They are nationally recognised qualifications within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Study Path

Training is delivered in stages which correspond to AQF Levels IV-VI. The preferred pathway for a qualification is for students to complete the requirements of the previous level qualification before progressing to the next level – thereby achieving more than one qualification.

We aim to equip our graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge enables them to successfully satisfy the demands of the workplace.

Sample Units of Competencies

BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents

BSBWRT301 Write simple documents

BSBSMB412 Introduce cloud computing into business operations

FNSACC312 Administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers

FNSACC408 Work effectively in the accounting and bookkeeping industry

FNSACC311 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports

BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports

BSBITU402 Develop and use complex spreadsheets

FNSACC416 Set up and operate a computerised accounting system

FNSACC414 Prepare financial statements for non-reporting entities

FNSACC412 Prepare operational budgets

FNSTPB401 Complete business activity and installment activity statements

FNSTPB402 Establish and maintain payroll systems

Course Delivery

Delivery and assessment strategies are selected to reflect the nature of the elements and performance criteria of the competency together with the needs and learning style of the participants. Qualifications are delivered over 20 hours per week, 16 hours face-to-face and 4 hours online learning.

Assessment methodology may include but is not limited to: observation, project/report, case study, role play, exercises, activities; and written/oral tasks including multiple choice, questions and answer, essays, true/false and presentations.

Vocational/Employment Outcome: First line Supervisor in a bank or credit union, Payroll Clerk.

Which department am I in?

Clarendon Business College



Study options

Full Time (36 weeks)

Tuition fees
AUD $2,000 per term
Start date

27 September 2021, 17 January 2022, 11 April 2022, 4 July 2022, 26 September 2022


Clarendon Business College - Kent Street Campus

Level 6 and 7, 333 Kent Street,


New South Wales,

2000, SYDNEY, Australia

Full Time (36 weeks)

Tuition fees
AUD $2,000 per term
Start date

27 September 2021, 17 January 2022, 11 April 2022, 4 July 2022, 26 September 2022


Clarendon Business College - George Street Campus

Level 6, 505 George Street,


New South Wales,

2000, SYDNEY, Australia

Entry requirements

For international students

Students must have satisfactorily completed Year 11 or equivalent certificate of senior secondary education.

Recommended English Level: IELTS 5.5 (If the level of English is insufficient, a suitable course can be organised).

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.