Computerised Bookkeeping using MYOB (Short Course)
27 July Start
This introductory skillset is for people who wish to understand and use commercial accounting tools and packages to support the financial area within a small office environment.
This skillset provides an excellent pathway to the Certificate III in Accounts Administration. Course runs 1 session per week.
On successful completion of the course, participants will receive a statement of attainment from Certificate III in Accounts Administration FNS30317 in the following units:
- ICTICT208 Operate accounting applications
- BSBFIA302 Process payroll
Students will have access to great support and the opportunity to undertake work placement.
Subsidies & Fee-Free Scholarships are available for eligible students*
OTHER BUSINESS & ACCOUNTING COURSES IN JULY – OCTOBER:
Microsoft Office – At Your Level (Short Course)
Certificate III in Accounts Administration FNS30317
*Subsidies and fee free scholarships are available for students who meet the eligibility requirements. The training is subsidised by the NSW Government. If you would like more information on Smart and Skilled please refer to our website or phone the Community College on 02 4232 1050.
Wollongong Flexi Learning Centre (FLC)
Wollongong Flexi Learning Centre (FLC) in Towradgi, is a co-educational secondary school, registered with NSW Educational Standards Authority (NESA) to provide courses to young people from Year 7-10. Our school has a strong focus on providing individualised programs of study that respond to the unique talents and needs of each young person. This includes having youth worker support in each class. We work with young people who are vulnerable and experience a complexity of interrelated needs.
Participation and retention are key elements in the philosophy of Wollongong. We offer a free inclusive and non-discriminating learning community to young people, who for a variety of reasons, are disenfranchised from mainstream education. We understand that young people often first and foremost need to learn how to be and how to be with other people.
Young people are enrolled from both genders, from a variety of language, cultural and religious backgrounds, with particular sensitivity to Indigenous culture, and from backgrounds of socio-economic disadvantage.
We offer daily bus runs to collect young people from the neighbouring Shellharbour LGA, and Albion Park, about 20km south of the campus. We also provide free meals (three times a day), and can assist with clothing, opal cards, trade certs, work experience, and employment/further training pathways.
We provide a holistic learning experience that addresses the social needs of young people, and promotes their emotional, cognitive, spiritual and academic development. Learning programs are developed with the intention to:
• Empower young people to take personal responsibility for their learning
• Support young people to become independent learners
• Address deficits or gaps in literacy and numeracy
• Develop in young people the skills of twenty first century learners including collaboration, innovation and knowledge creation
• Recognise and celebrate the skills and knowledge of young people,
• Enable young people to experience challenges within a safe and supportive learning environment
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact our Head of Campus, Atesh Maharaj on Ph: 02 4201 1900 / 0407 381 345 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org