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Business and Information Technology

    Year 11 Accounting and Finance

    General Unit 1 G1ACF – Personal Finance

    The focus for this unit is personal finance. Concepts, principles and terminology used in financial decision making on a personal basis is explored. We look at main institutions that operate in financial markets and how governments and other bodies can affect the way individuals and groups make financial decision. The main financial documents and reports used in personal financial transactions and decision making are studied.

    Unit Cost: $35

     

    General Unit 2 G2ACF – Accounting for Small Cash Entities

    This unit explores the fundamental accounting and financial principles and how these principles are applied in a small cash entity. We look at the financial institutions that a small cash entity deals with and government and other community bodies that influence decision-making within the small cash entity. The main financial documents used daily in a small cash entity and reports generated at the end of the reporting period are studied.

    Unit Cost: $35

    Year 12 Accounting and Finance

    General Unit 3 – Double Entry Accounting for Small Business

    You will apply your understanding of financial principles, systems and institutions to manage financial information and make decisions in a variety of small businesses. You will develop an understanding of the rationale for the use of particular conventions and principles and the consequences of disregarding them is essential. You will record and process financial information using the double‐entry system and apply the principles of Goods and Services Tax (GST). Learning about the various forms of business organisations adopted by small business is integral to the course.

     

    General Unit 4 – Accrual Accounting

    You will apply financial systems and principles to the operations of businesses and distinguish between cash and accrual methods of accounting. Also, you will prepare and analyse financial reports for a variety of types of business organisations and become familiar with the main aspects of electronic processing of financial data. Learning the role and functions of the professional accounting and financial associations is an important element of the unit.

    Unit Pair Cost: $110*
    *Compulsory textbooks to be advised – Approximate Cost: $70

    Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology

    ICT10115

    This course is for students who want to acquire basic computer skills. Students entering this course are recommended to have basic keyboarding skills.

    You will learn how to use a Personal Computer, the Internet to Communicate and earch, Digital Devices and Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for personal use and employment.

    The course includes six (6) units of competency from the nationally accredited Information and Communications Technology training package and is recognised Australia wide. The units making up this course meet the requirements for three (3) School Curriculum and Standards Authority units.

    Successful completion of this course will lead to a nationally recognised, industry-based qualification, Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology, and provides the skills to be able to enter Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology.

    Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology is issued through the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) YMCA.

    2018 Certificate Cost: $80 p.a.

    CORE UNITS Total Hours 130
    ICTICT101 Operate a personal computer
    ICTICT102 Operate word processing applications
    ICTICT103 Use, communicate and search securely on the internet
    ICTICT104 Use digital devices

    ELECTIVE UNITS Total Hours 55
    ICTICT105 Operate spreadsheet applications
    ICTICT106 Operate presentation packages

    TOTAL HOURS 185

    The course is made up of four (4) core units and two (2) elective units. All core and elective units must be successfully completed to be awarded a full qualification.

    Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology

    ICT20115

    Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology is a two year course, running over four semesters, for those who want to develop their knowledge and skills within the IT industry. The units making up this course, as listed, meet the requirements for four (4) School Curriculum and Standards Authority units.

    If you are a Year 11 student aiming to further your studies in this area and wish to start Certificate II in 2018 you can choose Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology on one gridline and Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology on a second gridline.

    There are fourteen (14) units of competency within the ICT20115 course – seven (7) core units and seven (7) electives.

    Successful completion of this course will lead to a nationally recognised, industry-based qualification, Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology, and provides the skills to be able to enter Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology, Certificate III in Telecommunications Digital Reception Technology and Certificate III in Telecommunications Technology

    Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology is issued through the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) YMCA.

    2018 Certificate cost: $80 p.a.

    2019 Certificate cost: $80 p.a.

    CORE UNITS Total Hours 235
    BSBWHS201 Contribute to health & safety of self & others
    BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
    ICTICT201 Use computer operating systems & hardware
    ICTICT202 Work & communicate effectively in an ICT environment
    ICTICT203 Operate application software packages
    ICTICT204 Operate a digital media technology package
    ICTWEB201 Use social media tools for collaboration & engagement

    ELECTIVE UNITS Total Hours 165
    ICTICT205 Design basic organisational documents using computer packages
    ICTICT206 Install software applications
    ICTICT207 Integrate commercial computing packages
    ICTSAS203 Connect hardware peripherals
    ICTSAS206 Detect & protect from spam & destructive software
    CUADIG201 Maintain interactive content
    ICPDMT263 Access & use the internet

    TOTAL HOURS 400

    The course is made up of seven (7) core units and seven (7) elective units. All core and elective units must be successfully completed to be awarded a full qualification.

    Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

    FSK20113 

    Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is a two year course, running over four semesters, for those who want to develop their employability skills. The units making up this course, meet the requirements for four (4) School Curriculum and Standards Authority units.

    This qualification is designed for individuals who require foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. This course will be delivered in a business context. Skills such as digital literacy, basic mathematics, effective verbal and non-verbal communication, strategies to deal with routine workplace problems, are covered within this course.

    There are fourteen (14) units of competency within the FSK20113 course – eight (8) core units and six (6) electives. Successful completion of these fourteen (14) units will lead to a nationally recognised, industry-based qualification – Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational pathways (FSK20113) which will be issued through the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) YMCA.

    It is highly recommended that you enrol in workplace learning (ADWPL) to support the FSK Certificate training.

    2018 Certificate cost: $160 p.a.

    2019 Certificate cost: $160 p.a.

    CORE UNITS Total Hours 105
    FSKDIG03 Use digital technology for routine workplace tasks
    FSKLRG09 Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems
    FSKLRG11 Use routine strategies for work-related learning
    FSKNUM14 Calculate with whole numbers & familiar fractions, decimals & percentages for work
    FSKNUM15 Estimate, measure & calculate routine metric measurements for work
    FSKOCM07 Interact effectively with others at work
    FSKRDG10 Read & respond to routine workplace information
    FSKWTG09 Write routine workplace texts

    ELECTIVE UNITS Total Hours 160
    BSBWOR204 Use business technology
    BSBITU201 Produce simple work processed documents
    BSBITU102 Develop keyboard skills
    BSBITU203 Communicate electronically
    FSKRDG01 Recognise highly familiar workplace signs & symbols
    ICTICT101 Operate a personal computer

    TOTAL HOURS 265

    The course is made up of eight (8) core units and six (6) elective units. All core and elective units must be successfully completed to be awarded a full qualification.