Diploma of Payroll Services

Jobs and Skills WA: Finance business courses
Hold the purse strings with this career!

Would you like to further your career in accounts and payroll? This is the course for you!

This nationally recognised qualification will give you high level skills and knowledge to manage an organisation’s payroll including superannuation, health fund deductions, salary packaging, allowances, complex termination payments, and more!

The course also covers industrial regulations and tax systems related to payroll, setting up and operating computerised accounting and payroll systems, working in the financial services industry.

Industry: Business and Finance
National course code: FNS50422 | WA State ID: BHW7

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Gain the skills to specialise in payroll

Businesses across Australia need well-trained payroll personnel who are knowledgeable and can maintain accurate payroll systems. In this course you will learn how to establish and use payroll systems using KeyPay, a cloud-based payroll platform.

You will learn to perform sometimes complex tasks, including preparing salary packaging arrangements and additional allowances, processing superannuation payments, and processing employee terminations.

If you have completed a Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping you can apply for a credit transfer for four units which will reduce your study time.

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