Learn or refresh your knowledge of the fundamentals of bookkeeping with our hands-on approach. Completion of this short course is recommended before enrolling in MYOB or Xero if you don’t already have bookkeeping experience.
This course will give you the firm foundation’s you need to work as a bookkeeper, do your own bookkeeping for your small business or to go onto further study.
This short course is ideal for small business owners who wants to do their own bookkeeping or learn the fundamentals of bookkeeping.
‘Introduction to Bookkeeping’ will cover topics such as Business Structures, Bookkeepers’ Role in a Business, Double-entry Bookkeeping Concepts, Receivable and Payable, GST and PAYG, Business Activity Statements, Basic Payroll and Basic Financial Statements.
This short course will give you the firm foundations you need to do your own bookkeeping or to go onto further study. Ideal for those looking to start a small business or need to update their skills.
The Introduction to Bookkeeping course is perfect for small business owners who want to learn how to do bookkeeping.
Limited time offer of only $24.50 for eligible students
Full Fee: $460 (for those who do not qualify for government funding, ie. overseas residents or school students)
*Concession fee applies only if you have a current Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Veteran’s Gold Card.
1 Diamond Creek Road, Greensborough, VIC 3088
Closest train station: Greensborough (5 minutes walk)
Limited free parking available on site
Bookkeepers’ Role in a Business
Double-entry Bookkeeping Concepts
Receivable and Payable
GST and PAYG
Business Activity Statements
Basic Financial Statements
You can enrol online here.
Or else you can enrol at our Centre.
Make payment in full on enrolment either by cash, credit card or EFTPOS. In some circumstances, it is possible to arrange a payment plan. Conditions apply.
To finalise your enrolment, you will be asked to present your Medicare card, Drivers License and Concession Card (if applicable) at reception for us to sight and photocopy. This is for proof of Australian residence purposes.