This course will cover practices, knowledge, and skills needed to become a BAS Agent. It's the perfect pathway to becoming a Registered BAS Agent with the Tax Practitioner’s Board.
The following topics will be covered in the BAS Agent Skill Set:
Knowledge and skills required for preparation of BAS and IAS.
Knowledge and skills required for preparation and processing of payroll transactions.
Understanding of technical aspects of Australian taxation law and key drivers for incidence of taxation.
Understanding of technical aspects of accounting for payroll, including leave accruals and Australian superannuation.
The BAS Agent Skill Set course consists of self-paced modules, delivered digitally through our Ab2 learning portal.
A part-time study approach (10-15 hours a week) will take between four to eight weeks to complete with up to 65 study hours depending on industry experience.
Anytime after enrolment.
There are no prerequisites for this course, however, once we receive your enrolment, a Student Experience Advisor will be in touch to ensure the training is the right program for you. For students who do not have an equal or higher-level qualification, you will need to complete a language, literacy and numeracy quiz, which can be taken online.
To successfully complete the course, sound computer skills are required, and you will need access to:
Is there an opportunity for recognition of prior learning (RPL)?
We may be able to take into account prior knowledge and skills you’ve gained through previous education and employment. To find out if you are eligible for RPL, email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our Student Experience Advisors will reach out to you.
The BAS Agent Skill Set course is the perfect pathway to becoming a certified bookkeeper or registered BAS agent.
To become a registered BAS agent, there are additional qualifications and experience requirements which are set out in the Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009 (TASR).