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Accounts Administration Traineeship

An accounts administration traineeship is for people that wish to provide assistance to accountants and are known as a bookkeeper or accounts clerk. The traineeship teaches how to work within the accounts section of almost any industry. You will be taught how to prepare and maintain financial reports, process bank receipts and maintain daily financial transactions such as invoicing and sales. You will learn how to process payroll, set up and use simple spreadsheets, and use computerised accounting systems.

This traineeship is for two years and you would be required to complete a Certificate III Accounts Administration nationally recognised qualification.

                             

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