BAS - Agent Registration Skill Set
The BAS Agent Registration Skill Set is two compulsory units from the FNS10 Financial Services Training Package which meet the Tax Practitioners Board requirements for becoming a registered BAS agent.
These units are usually done as part of a Certificate IV in Accounting or Certificate IV in Bookkeeping, but if you have a higher level qualification (such as a degree) you will still have to pass these units and sit for a Tax Practitioners Board exam to become registered.
Before enrolling in this unit, ensure you are also aware of current registration requirements, including those relating to work experience, fitness and propriety. You will also need a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to gain entry to this unit. Get more information by visiting http://usi.gov.au. Completing the USI process will require proof of your identity.
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|FNSBKG404||Carry out business activity & instalment activity statement tasks|
|FNSBKG405||Establish & maintain a payroll system|
There are no fee exemptions, concessions or subsidies available for this price. You are required to contribute to the full cost of your course. Your tuition fee includes all essential study materials.
Extra study resources may be available to enhance your learning and will attract an additional charge.
You may also be eligible for a VET Student Loan for some Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses.
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The Accounting industry is a large contributor to the number of new jobs expected to be created nationally over the next five years. Accounting is one of the top ten occupations to contribute new jobs, with 25,700 new jobs expected to be created by 2019. Also, the Finance and Insurance Services industry is expected to grow by 11.3% in coming years.
The accounting and finance industry in Australia employs a large number of professionals who typically hold a post-school qualification – in fact, one in four holds a bachelor degree or higher qualification the top three occupations being bank workers, investment advisors and insurance clerks. Female employees make up 50% of the workforce in the accounting and finance industry.
Source: ‘Australian Jobs 2015 Report' Australian Government – Department of Employment, ABS, IBISworld.
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Course Duration: 6 months