Quality Seal Emagister EMAGISTER CUM LAUDE


International Career Institute

£ 25 - (Rs 2,047)
VAT incl.

Important information

  • Course
  • Distance learning
  • When:

There are certain skills you need to. become a successful bookkeeper. The ICI bookkeeping program designed in conjunction with the federal. government and bookkeeping industry helps you learn them quickly and. conveniently. Fast track your career in bookkeeping. Learn the inside secrets of how to become a bookkeeping pro in months not years!. Study a bookkeeping course that was designed in conjunction with the federal government and bookkeeping industry. Free up valuable time, don't waste time and money travelling to classes. Study at your own pace whenever and wherever you are. Have access to a tutor who works in the industry you are training for. Easy interest free payment plans from as low as €28 per week .

Important information

Requirements: There are NO previous work or education requirements for entry into any course level. Students may enrol directly into the diploma or advanced diploma levels without completing lower ranked qualifications. Graduates can expect higher course levels to result in higher potential salary, positions and skill capabilities.


Where and when

Starts Location
Distance Learning

What you'll learn on the course

Financial Risk
Telephone Skills
Report Writing
Financial Reporting
Financial Planning
Business Accounting
Financial Accounting
Management Accounting
Editorial Skills

Course programme


FNS1 Prepare financial statements

This unit covers the competency to identify skills and outcomes with the development of financial reports for non-corporate organisations which are not reporting entities

FNS2 Maintain asset and inventory records

This unit covers the competencies needed to set up and use an asset register

FNS3 Develop and implement policies and practices relevant to bookkeeping activities

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop, implement and maintain policies and practices to ensure that a quality service is provided in relation to bookkeeping activities

FNS4 Establish and maintain a cash accounting system

This unit involves the process of both establishing and maintaining a cash accounting system for an organisation, or organisations. It relates to activities undertaken when an individual first carries out activities or services for an organisation, as well as maintaining cash accounts on an ongoing basis

FNS5 Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system

This unit requires the application of skills and knowledge to reconcile and monitor an accrual accounting system. The unit encompasses setting up accounting systems; establishing debtors and creditors, bad debt and contra entries; reconciliations; reviewing compliance terms and conditions; planning a recovery action and preparing reports; and filing of documentation

FNS6 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to carry out tasks related to Business Activity Statements (BAS) and Instalment Activity Statements (IAS), including the completion of Activity Statements

FNS7 Communicate in the workplace

This unit covers the competency of written and oral communication in the work environment

FNS8 Use technology in the workplace

These units cover the competencies to effectively and effectively use technology and equipment in the workplace

FNS9 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

This unit covers the fundamental skills needed for employment and the application of industry and company procedures, guidelines, policies, and standards in a daily work context within the financial services industry

Bookkeeping I & II (Short Course Units)

Introduction to bookkeeping / bookkeeping principles

Course Level

This course leads to the awarding of either a Certificate of Completion or Executive Diploma depending on which level you enrol at. The different levels are achieved by the amount of course content and assessments involved within each module at the basic (Certificate) and intermediate-advanced level (Executive Diploma). You will be able to learn about what the difference is between the three levels below:

  • Short Course: represents the basics of the bookkeeping profession. Non award training.
  • Certificate of Completion: represents a basic level of operational knowledge with general knowledge. Suitable for basic entry level positions.
  • Executive Diploma: qualifications recognises the graduates capacity for initiative and judgment across a broad range of technical and management functions. Diploma holders typically have personal responsibility and autonomy (semi-independence) in performing technical operations or organising others in the workplace.

Course Lenght

The average time within which students complete studies is:

  • Short Course - 9 weeks,
  • Certificate of Completion Level - 14 weeks,
  • Executive Diploma Level - 24 weeks.

ICI courses allow you to study at your own pace with no assignment deadlines. This means that you determine the pace of the course and within which time period you will ultimately complete your studies in.

Completing your course with ICI is flexible as you can fast-track and graduate in a matter of months. You complete activities and submit assignments whenever you are ready.
The maximum time given to complete a program is three years.