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BAS Agent Registration Skill Set
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ABOUT THE COURSE

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  • This course allows students to develop their knowledge and skills in order to create further educational and/or employment opportunities.
  • This course allows students to complete specialized tasks and functions in accounting and bookkeeping.
  • The aim of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills required by job roles in financial services and other industries requiring accounting support functions.
  • Individuals in these roles apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills to work autonomously and exercise judgment in completing routine and non-routine activities.
  • This skill set is designed for people who are seeking registration as a business activity statement (BAS) agent with the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB).
  • People seeking BAS agent registration should check with TPB for details of current registration requirements, including those relating to experience and, fitness and propriety.
  Other Relevant Courses  A student who successfully completes this course may progress onto:
  • FNS40217 Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping

UNITS

* A free MYOB education version will be included in this course.

The BAS Agent Registration course consists of two units of competency.

FNSTPB401 – Complete business activity and installment activity statements

FNSTPB402 – Establish and maintain payroll systems

UPON COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of all the required units of this skill set, students will receive a Statement of Attainment. Students who do not complete all required units may be eligible for a Statement of Attainment in partial completion of the skill set. 

Employment Pathway

  • Accounting job roles in financial services and other industries requiring BAS and payroll functions.
  • Registered BAS agent

Students who successfully complete the skill set will be able to seek registration as a BAS agent from the Tax Practitioners Board upon satisfying certain other conditions. Please refer https://www.tpb.gov.au/ for further information and other registration requirements.

DURATION

  • The scheduled duration for this course is 12 weeks.
  • Students are provided access to the LMS for 26 weeks to complete the course.
  • Students will be required to undertake online learning activities, independent study and assessment activities completed in their own time for approximately 8 hours per week. Total course study commitment is 8 hours/week * 12 weeks = 96 hours.
  • The indicated hours are approximate as the amount of time different students spend on independent study/open book assessment will vary with individual learner needs and students own individual contexts.
  • A 3-month extension is available upon application.

ASSESSMENTS

  • Knowledge questions
  • Case study
  • Reports
  • Research activities
  • Practical demonstrations
  • Simulated workplace environment

Methods also include simulated workplace environments whereby workplace environments and conditions are simulated and students’ complete tasks to workplace standards. Students must record their performance in simulated workplace environments and submit these to the institute.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Students must be at least 18 years of age at the time of enrolment.
  • There are no formal educational entry requirements.
  • The student is requested to complete an LLN (language, literacy, and numeracy) assessment and to submit together with the course application prior to the enrolment, the result will be used to determine if the student possesses the required levels of LLN skills to undertake the course.
  • The student is required to complete a Pre-Training Review form and submit together with the course application prior to the enrolment, and it is used to collect the information that will be analysed to determine if the course is appropriate for addressing the student’s learning needs.
  • The student needs to have basic capability of manipulating computer and web browser.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED

  • A computer with internet and web browser access
  • Word/text processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software installed (e.g. Microsoft Office)
  • PDF reader

Delivery Method

The course is delivered via online learning. Students also undertake independent study and assessment activities in addition to online learning activities. Examples of online learning activities include reading subject content, undertaking tasks, watching/reading PowerPoint presentations. Independent study activities include research, reading, practicing, applying knowledge and skills learned, and preparing for and undertaking assessment tasks.

Time & Venue

Enrol anytime, study anywhere

RECOGNITION of PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) / CREDIT TRANSFER (CT)

  • All students are provided with the opportunity to have their prior learning and experience assessed against current standards and gain recognition for this. (Recognition for Prior Learning – RPL)
  • Students who have successfully completed whole units of competency included in this course can apply for Credit Transfer.
  • Credit Transfer and RPL application processes are provided to students in pre-enrolment information in accordance with the policy and procedure.
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