Professionals with accounting and payroll training are in high demand by all types of businesses and organizations. Vancouver Career College's Payroll and Income Tax Practitioner certificate program will help you develop the skills and knowledge that will give you a competitive advantage in this growing field.
The Payroll and Income Tax Practitioner certificate program is ideal for students with working knowledge of computer systems and experience in office environments. Through hands-on training, they develop accounting skills and learn to use accounting software applications, such as Simply Accounting. They also learn about the payroll compliance legislation, payroll fundamentals, the Canadian Income Tax Act and effective income tax return preparation.
|CAA4||Computerized Accounting with Sage 50 Level I|
|Students transfer their knowledge from Accounting Fundamentals and learn how to apply these concepts in a computerized environment using Sage 50. Some topics covered in this module include setting up a computerized accounting system, computerized journals and ledgers, income statements and balance sheets, as well as customer accounts.|
|P1104||Payroll Compliance Legislation|
|By the end of this course, students will be able to: describe payrolls objectives and stakeholders; identify an employer/employee relationship; apply federal and provincial legislation to payroll including: The Canada Pension Plan, The Employment Insurance Act, The Income Tax Act, Employment Standards legislation, Workers Compensation Acts and Quebec-specific legislation; and communicate the payroll compliance requirements to various stakeholders.|
|P1204||Payroll Fundamentals I|
|Upon completion of Payroll Fundamentals I, students will be able to: calculate regular individual net pay; calculate nonregular individual pay; calculate termination payments; complete a Record of Employment (ROE); and communicate all aspects of individual pay requirements to various stakeholders.|
|BF1O||Bookkeeping & Financial Accounting Level I|
|This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and practices of accounting as a device for reporting business activity. It provides the student with an understanding of the underlying theory and principles of accounting. The construction of financial statements as they evolve from business transactions and records is emphasized using the rules of double-entry bookkeeping. In addition, adjusting journal entries and everyday transactions for both service and retail businesses are recorded coupled with the preparation of basic financial statements.|
|Employees are the most valuable asset of a business and all aspects from hiring to performance appraisal are examined utilizing the case study approach.|
|ITFO||Income Tax Fundamentals|
|This course is designed to follow the general structure of the Canadian Income Tax Act for individual taxpayers. This introductory course presents in-depth coverage of the information needed to prepare a majority of individual income tax returns for residents of Canada. The course will cover major income categories, applicable tax rules to calculate net income, allowable deductions for tax payers and calculation of tax payable for individuals. The course will also determine who is subject to tax in Canada and the basis on which Canada levies income tax. Advance tax topics are covered briefly in this course to create an awareness of subject matter. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to prepare a basic individual tax return by calculating net income, taxable income and tax payable.|
|P1304||Payroll Fundamentals II|
|By the end of Payroll Fundamentals II, students will be able to: calculate organizational remittances to federal, provincial and third party stakeholders; prepare accounting documentation for payroll; complete year enddocumentation; and communicate all aspects of organizational remittances, accounting and year end requirements to various stakeholders.|