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2017 Course Guide

Contains descriptions of each course. Please note not all courses are available each semester.

 

 

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Murray Ace Inc.

429 Campbell Street
Swan Hill 3585
Victoria, Australia

Open: 9am – 4 pm weekdays

T: 03 5032 3719

F: 03 5033 1580

E: learn@macesh.vic.edu.au

 

 

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Pre-Accredited Courses

These courses are developed using a structured quality learning framework to ensure you are gaining skills that will be useful for further study, participation in the community and in the workplace.

 

Please take time to read the student handbook for information about fee structure and other enrolment policies.

 

  • Courses will only run if there are sufficient numbers.

 

Computer skills for Employment

This course is designed as an introductory course for beginners. Gain confidence in using a computer, learn "the basics" of the computer to communicate with friends, family and business associates. It includes an optional crash course component for students who have never picked up a mouse before. By the end of the course students should have gained enough confidence with computers to undergo a Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology course.

Topics Covered

Introducing Computers and Operating Systems

Working with files and folders

Introducing Word processing

Introducing Internet and Email

Pre requisite: daily access to a computer for practice.

  • Learning Pathways: Certificate I in Informaiton Digital Media and Technology

    Duration: 1 session per week over 10 weeks


Careers, Goals and Pathways

Are you thinking of returning to work or have you just left school and you are not sure what next?  This short course will help you to develop a personal profile and to identify the career path you are best suited for, based on your interests and skills.  Team building and communication skills are also included to help you work with others.
Duration: 1 session per week over 20 weeks


Community Services: Skills Review

This course is designed to provide you with an introduction to Community Services Work – Ageing, Disability, HACC and Children’s services. Includes employability skills, working with others, self-development, Working with Children’s Check, and Police Check. It is designed to assist entry level individuals with the first step into further training in the Community Services field. Check out your chosen career path before you enrol in further training. This is a Pre-requisite for Certificate training in Community Services.

Duration: 2 day per week over 2 weeks

Introduction to Bookkeeping - Accounting Software

 

This course is designed for people who wish to understand and use the Payroll centre of Quickbooks to process a small business payroll. The skills and knowledge acquired are sufficient to be able to use and operate the software to setup payroll items, employee details, employee remuneration details, process pays and produce the necessary reports to meet ATO obligations.
Duration: 8 weeks

 

Introduction to Bookkeeping - Payroll


This course is designed for those who may have already obtained administration and computer skills and who need to add accounting software skills and who need to add accounting software skills(Quickbooks)to enable them to apply for positions that are advertised.  It may assist learners already in the workplace who need to up skill to move to a new position.
Duration: 8 weeks

 

 

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