NOC Code : 1431 – (Accounting and related clerks)
Accounting and Payroll Administration program gives the students hands-on Accounting Training that employers demand. The program will teach you to excel in computerized accounting programs such as QuickBooks, Sage50, and other industry-standard software. Students will also learn the manual accounting fundamentals they need to fully understand the bookkeeping process.
Upon completion of the program, graduates can work as accounting administrators or below occupations list:
The Accounting & Payroll Administrator program prepares graduates for positions working in accounting and/or payroll departments, or as chief administrators for small businesses.
|Student Progress/ Assessment Methods||
Students will be assessed through written tests, computer-based tasks and assignments. After each lesson there will be a question paper, which needs to be completed and submitted to the tutor for marking. This method of continual assessment ensures that your tutor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course.
85% of classes must be attended to achieve competency for this qualification
|Graduation Requirements||Minimum C grade average is required for graduation|
|Subjects||Number Of Hours|
|COMP101.Introduction to Computers||
|COMP 102. Introduction to WORD processing||40 Hours|
|DAP 101. Financial Accounting||80 Hours|
|DIB 107. Business Math||40 Hours|
|DAP 105. Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks||40 Hours|
|DAP 106 Modern Office technologies||40 Hours|
|DAP 110. Payroll Compliance||40 Hours|
|DAP 108 Income Tax Fundamentals||80 Hours|
|DAP 107 Human Resource Management||80 Hours|
|DAP 111. Career Employment & Strategies||40 Hours|
|DIB 112. Business Communication||80 Hours|
|DIB 115. Customer Service||40 Hours|
|Work Experience||140 Hours|
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