Managing Money In Small Business

Make the figures work for you.

Do you manage a small business and would like greater power over the finances?

Do you do the books in your business?

Or do you want to work as a bookkeeper?

This accredited course is for you.

Perfect for any small or medium business. Information session on Thursday 28 May at 5.45pm at the CWA in Dungog.

Knowledge is power, but in the case of business, knowledge is also money, productivity, time saved, dollars saved, knowing where things are working and where they aren’t, where the money’s coming from – and where it’s going!

Master bookkeeping. Get to grips with financial records. Understand money. Know the terms and concepts. Stay on top of bills and invoicing, tax and BAS, reconciliation and bank accounts, payroll, Excel spreadsheets, accounting software (MYOB or Reckon) and much more. Turn up at your accountants with your reconciliation done, your data files intact – and then understand what the accountant is actually saying to you.

Accredited and portable: a career in “doing the books”.

This course gives you a qualification that’s accepted nation-wide: the Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (FNS40215). It can be used in a small or large business, working freelance for a number of people or businesses, or (after satisfying eligibility requirements including experience) being a registered BAS service provider. It can also be a pathway to a Diploma of Accounting. Managing Money In Small Business consists of 9 core units and 4 carefully selected electives to round out the qualification.

The excellent, career-building Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (FNS40215)

The course will consist of 13 face-to-face training sessions, one a fortnight, plus homework and assessment. The units are:

Prepare financial reports BSBFIA401
Design and produce business documents BSBITU306
Establish and maintain a cash accounting system FNSBKG402
Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system FNSBKG403
Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks** FNSBKG404
Establish and maintain a payroll system** FNSBKG405
Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry FNSINC401
Develop and implement policies and procedures relevant to bookkeeping activities FNSBKG401
Contribute to health and safety of self and others BSBWHS201
Perform financial calculations FNSACC303A
Develop and use complex spreadsheets BSBITU402A
Write simple documents BSBWRT301A
Implement customer service standards BSBCUS403B

** = the two units of study to be eligible to register as a BAS consultant with the Tax Practitioner’s Board (check the board’s website for non-training requirements).

Tax deductible – and there’s a payment plan.

Cost: $4480, GST-free. A payment plan is available – typically an upfront fee and then fortnightly or monthly payments.

What to do next.

Get in touch with us – we’d like to know what area of bookkeeping you’re interested in (freelance consultant, your own business, working in another business); what days of the week suit you best; what your best contact details are. We’ll send you an enrolment form and draft schedule. We are now aiming to start the course in late April. It will only go ahead if we get the numbers – so tell your friends about it!

Contact details:

John O’Brien at Dungog Community College education@dscc.net.au 0427 290 209.

Juliane Tran at BCA National Juliane@bcanational.com 1300 69 35 65.

 

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

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