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Asia Pacific College of Business and Law

Indigenous Pre-Accounting Enabling Program

The Indigenous Pre-Accounting Enabling Program is comprised of two distinct parts:

  •  An intensive four-week program run in Darwin at the CDU Waterfront Campus; and

  •  An ongoing individual and group mentoring program throughout the whole duration of your course providing personal and professional mentoring.

Where students reside outside of Darwin, in community, remotely or interstate, we provide travel and accommodation for the duration of the four-week intensive program. Additionally, all catering during the intensive program will be covered plus some additional weekend activities.

After completion of the four-week intensive program students can apply for admission into the CDU six month FNS40217 Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping or directly into the Bachelor of Accounting course (depending on fulfilment of admission requirements). The successful completion of the Certificate IV will further provide students a recognised pathway into CDU’s Bachelor of Accounting program by recognition of prior learning of their VET qualification.

Contacts

Dr Guzyal Hill
W: (08) 8946 8841
M: 0436 322 144
E: guzyal.hill@cdu.edu.au

Partners

The College gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the following organisations for the 2020 program.

AIG 200
Traditional Credit Union
CPA
moore
Chartered Accountants
Deloitte 200
FIRST NATIONS FOUNDATION
Mabunji ARIC
Mertit
NAAFLS
Westpac 200
outback stores
Randazzo 10
EY

 

Program Supporters

Oric 2
ASIC 02
BDO 300
PWC