Archive for February, 2013

TESOL Courses – How To Pack For Travelling Part 2

0 Comments   Posted: 28/02/13   by Brent Rogers

So, you’ve decided on your bag and got underway with the packing? I’ve compiled a few more ideas to stretch those extra kilos a bit further! 10 Top Packing Ideas for TESOL Certification Student 1. Don’t say “what if?” Always pack realistically. You should not be entertaining thoughts like “what if?” because generally, as most Read the full post

TESOL Courses – How To Pack For Travelling Part 1

1 Comment   Posted: 28/02/13   by Brent Rogers

Are you looking to live and work overseas with your TESOL Certification? For the most up to date information on checked baggage allowances I suggest you contact your airline. Generally, the standard sits at around 24kg (again, check your airline to ensure you aren’t caught out with an ‘oversized bag’). As this is not a Read the full post

Top 5 reports you can get from your accounting software

2 Comments   Posted: 26/02/13   by Brent Rogers

Are you an accounting student or small business owner trying to learn the trade? Modern accounting programs can generate a huge number of reports with the push of a button. Knowing which reports to generate and when to generate them is a large part of the secret of success. These reports will help you succeed when you’re Read the full post

You may be eligible for Government funding for training!

12 Comments   Posted: 26/02/13   by Brent Rogers

You could receive government funding as a Aged Care Worker

Update: The Aged Care Education and Training Incentive (ACTEI) programme has been extended! The new deadline to commence training is the 30th June 2015. Learn more here. Find Out if You Are Eligible for Government Funding Are you working in Aged Care? Do you want some help to get accredited aged and home care training?  The Aged Read the full post

Government Funding for Aged Care Training

0 Comments   Posted: 26/02/13   by Brent Rogers

Government funding is available for Aged Care and Nursing Training

Government funding available for Aged Care and Nursing Training The Aged Care Education and Training Incentive Program is an initiative by the Australian Government designed to encourage aged care workers to gain further qualifications to develop their career as a personal care worker, enrolled nurse or registered nurse. Funding for the program started in 2010 Read the full post

Is a Career as a Bookkeeper Right for You?

0 Comments   Posted: 25/02/13   by Brent Rogers

The recording of financial information and tracking of assets and liabilities is an ancient profession. There are records of bookkeeping using tokens in ancient Mesopotamia dating back more than 7,000 years, while 5,000-6,000 years ago in ancient Iran, clay tokens were used to track finances. It has even been suggested that a 76,000 year old Read the full post

Bookkeeping mistakes – dangers of DIY bookkeeping

0 Comments   Posted: 19/02/13   by Brent Rogers

Lack of understanding of bookkeeping and accounting principles One of the biggest mistakes small business owners can make is trying to do their own books without the expertise required to meet legal requirements or standards of bookkeeping practice.  Tax, financial deadlines, pay, superannuation, invoicing and keeping records are essential to the function of business. Failure Read the full post

Accounting Apps

1 Comment   Posted: 19/02/13   by Brent Rogers

These accounting Android apps are great in doing business as you go

Mobile apps for accounting Today, mobile phones, tablets and other mobile devices are often more powerful than the personal computer you owned 10 years ago. Amazingly, they manage to pack all that processing power into a package one-tenth of the size of that computer! If you’ve got that much power to play with, it makes sense Read the full post

10 Most Serious Dangers for Children

1 Comment   Posted: 19/02/13   by Brent Rogers

10 Most Serious Hazards for Children

Every year children are seriously hurt or killed unintentionally in “accidents”. As our work health and safety students know, there is no such thing as an accident. Many of these injuries and deaths are completely predictable and preventable with better safety precautions. As a concerned parent or childcare professional, it is worth knowing at least Read the full post

Project Management Terminology and Abbreviations

0 Comments   Posted: 18/02/13   by Brent Rogers

Project Management Jargon Explained

Project Management “Jargon” Explained Project management, like many professions, has a lot of terminology, abbreviations and ‘jargon’ unique to the industry. This can be pretty daunting if you’re new to the industry and trying to work out what everything means! Try this list of common terminology and abbreviations: Agile software: a set of fundamental principles Read the full post

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