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Program Description

The Accounting program in Create Career College is designed for the students wanted to join the field of accounting, finance and taxation in the modern business environment nationally and internationally. This program will be delivered through a variety of methods including lectures, assignments, projects etc. and will be supervised by the individuals who are expert in their field. Courses have been selected based on demand in the market and providing an opportunity to students for preparation for preliminary courses for Chartered Public Accountants (CPA) and Public Business Accountants (PBA).

Upon successful completion of Diploma in Accounting Program in Create Career College, the successful students will have the ability to explain the major concepts related to accounting area and perform chores of bookkeeper with some high level understanding. Students will also qualify for entry level jobs in the field of bookkeeping, payroll and taxation. Entry-level positions often provide considerable potential for advancement.

Program Duration

Program Length – 52 Weeks 

Admission Requirements

– High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

– Mature Student or 19 Years of Age or Over on the First Day of Class

– Provide Evidence of Approved English Test or Pass Create Career College’s English Assessment 

Starting Dates

– Intermittent

Certificate Received

– Accounting Diploma from Create Career College

Course Breakdown

Course Description will be posted at late time, thank you.

Course Description will be posted at late time, thank you.

Course Description will be posted at late time, thank you.

Accounting is one of the most important function at the business workplace. Accounting information play an important role throughout the business organization by feeding information for decision making. Course on Financial Accounting 1 is of 4 weeks duration with 25 Hours per week classroom learning. This course will be delivered and supervised by the expert in their field. Over the course, instructor will use a variety of methods to disseminate and assess the learning of students. These methods include but not limited to lectures, exercises, in-class and home assignments, midterm exam and final exam, etc. Financial Accounting-1 is designed for students who want to understand the accounting function of a business in the modern environment at national or international level. After completion of this course, student will have a basic knowledge of accounting cycle. And Accounting for current assets.

As financial accounting is the process of recording, summarizing and reporting the myriad of transactions resulting from business operations over a period time, this course will use another 4 weeks duration with 25 hours per week classroom time to dig deeper into these transactions that are summarized in the preparation of financial statements, including the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement.

This part of the program Payroll and Taxation in Canada explains the needs to remunerate employees in accordance to employment standards. Also describes basic employment principles and payroll systems. Students will learn the concepts of basic employment principles, plus prepare payrolls, calculate deductions, remit deductions and calculate taxable benefits.

In this part of the program students will learn the terms and concepts related to the software, and how to setup the software with tools to build a company account. Plus learn the basic principles of bookkeeping, as it applies to Quickbooks. As well students will learn how to demonstrate journal entries of account receivables and payable. Also be able to set up accounts for customers and vendors.

In this part of the program, students learn the overall structure of Sage50, installation procedures and setting up an account for a new company for customers, vendors and employees, files using the general hedger principles. As well, students will be able to setup conditions for processing receivables, payabes, general ledger, banking, budgets and sales taxes.

This part of this program is managerial accounting which shows students to identify and give examples of the three basic manufacturing cost categories. Plus learn to distinguish between product cost categories and giving examples of each. Students will also prepare income statements including calculation of the cost of goods sold. Also program teaches examples of variable costs and fixed costs, define and give examples of costs classifications. A very important step in managerial accounting directed to ever company owner or manager.

Introduction to finance provides and indept review of what is required in accounting, which cover subjects such as math for finance, interests rates, dealing with financial markets and securities. Other subjects includes bond and equity valuation, risks, returns and portfolio theory. Students will be able to explain functions of financial markets, accounting for financial assets, distinguish between bond coupon and yield, plus estimate opportunity, cost return and standard.

In Microeconomics students learn three key economic ideas, distinguish the difference between micro and macroeconomics. As well students will learn on the possibilities of frontier production opportunities, explain market equilibrium, putting demand and supply together. Also learn the effects of demands and supply.

Course Description will be posted at late time, thank you.

Course Description will be posted at late time, thank you.

Career Opportunities

  • Accounting Assistant
  • Accounting Technician
  • Bookkeeper
  • Financial Clerk
  • Accounting Clerk
  • Receivable Clerk
  • Payable Clerk
  • Income Tax Return Preparer
  • Ledge Clerk
  • Tax Clerk

Potential Earning

The average Accounting salary in Canada is $41,508 per year or $21.29 per hour. Entry level positions start at $27,300 per year while most experienced workers make up to $70,563 per year. (Data from Neuvoo)