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New Accounting and Bookkeeping Courses Released — FNS30322, FNS40222, and FNS50222

New FNS Courses Released

Good news for you if you are interested in a career in the financial services industry — the following Accounting and Bookkeeping qualifications have been released:

  • FNS30322 Certificate III in Accounts Administration
  • FNS40222 Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping
  • FNS50222 Diploma of Accounting

These updated Financial Services qualifications and online courses cover everything you need to know, from basic bookkeeping to more advanced concepts. Upon successful completion of any of these accounting courses, you will gain skills and knowledge for starting or advancing your career in the accounting and bookkeeping industry.

So, if you’re looking to get qualified as an accountant or bookkeeper, or applying for Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) registration, these courses will surely help.

Read on to see the FAQs and course details below.

FNS30322 – Certificate III in Accounts Administration

This qualification is perfect for job roles that require individuals to deal with financial data entry, prepare financial reports, process accounts and payroll systems, provide customer service in financial transactions, organise business documents, and produce comprehensive financial reports.

Take the new FNS30322 Cert III Accounts Administration course if you’re keen to pursue the following accounting and bookkeeping job roles:

  • Accounts Assistant
  • Accounts Officer
  • Accounts Clerk
  • Payroll Officer
  • Admin Assistant

Click here to view the course in the national register.

 

FNS40222 – Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping

The latest Cert IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping qualification best fits individuals looking to become qualified BAS agents and contract bookkeepers. This is also suited for financial service employees who are expected to demonstrate practical skills and perform bookkeeping tasks, such as process financial transactions and financial statements, for organisations across a wide range of industries.

The FNS40222 Cert IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping will qualify you to pursue job roles such as:

  • Accountant
  • Bookkeeper
  • BAS Agent

Click here to view the course in the national register.

 

FNS50222 – Diploma of Accounting

The latest Diploma of Accounting is the best option for individuals who are already part of the financial services industry, and are keen to take their career further. Their duties include applying solutions to a range of often complex financial problems — hence the qualification being fit for advanced learning.

The online Diploma of Accounting course is perfect for individuals who wish to fill the following roles:

  • Finance Sector Supervisor
  • Tax Agent
  • Financial Controller
  • Personal Accountant
  • Business Accountant

Click here to view the course in the national register.

Some FAQs Regarding The Updated Courses

  1. What happens if I’m enrolled in a superseded qualification?

    A Student who is currently enrolled in a superseded qualification will be given a transition period to complete the course they are enrolled into.

  2. What is a Transition Period?

    A transition period is a period of time given to students who are currently enrolled in a superseded course, so they can complete their current studies.

    The transition period for the new FNS courses currently lasts until 14th June 2023.

  3. What happens if I don’t complete the course during the transition period?

    Students who are unable to finish the superseded course after the transition period ends will have to enrol into the new qualification, or into a transition course. Limited credits will be available between the old and the new courses, and extra costs are more than likely to incur.

  4. Should I undertake the old course or wait for the new one?

    It is best for students to enrol in the old FNS qualifications and strive to complete them before the transition period ends. These courses will continue to be recognised by the Financial Services sector anyway, despite its superseded status.

    You can enrol into the new courses once they are launched, and apply for credit for relevant units and experiences.

  5. Will I be able to work in the Financial Services Sector with superseded qualifications?

    Yes, you will still be able to work in the FNS sector, as superseded qualifications will still be accepted.

  6. I need more information regarding the new and updated Financial Services courses. Whom can I speak with?

    Inspire Education will continue to send you further updates and more information over the coming months.  If you have any questions, you may send a message to or book a call with your trainer via the Hub, or contact us at the dedicated email address: [email protected].

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