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Bookkeepers, accountants and financial service providers play a vital role in helping to manage a business. From the preparation of financial reports to balance sheet stage to the preparation of business activity statements (BAS) that need to be sent to the Australian Tax Office, to responding to customer enquiries, sales and service, maintaining financial records, and performing clerical duties.

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FNS20115 AVX4 Financial Services Certificate II Narrogin

This qualification is intended to meet the financial literacy and basic financial skill needs of remote and indigenous communities or new entrants wishing to build potential pathways into the industry, particularly through VET in Schools programs.

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Employees with good office administration skills are essential to many workplaces.  From entry-level Certificate II in Business to the higher-level Certificate IV in Business, let us find a course that suits your needs.  Study on campus or online, or if you are already in the workplace, talk to us about recognising your existing skills.

Learn both manual and computerised accounting to undertake duties such as completing a business activity statement and other tax requirements, operational reporting, preparation of budgets, classifying, recording and reporting.

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