Accounting Administration

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accounting administration Diploma Course at CIMT College

Accounting Administration is the gateway to a career in the field of accounting which prepares you for jobs such as a Book keeper, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Accounts Payable Clerk, Administrative Assistant and various other related jobs. It gives you the opportunity to work in areas related to Finance, Accounting and Banking which opens the doors to a wide range of employment opportunities. It is a field which provides starting jobs as well as higher positions for people with experience.


It is a comprehensive course which starts by training you on the core competencies like English and Advanced Computer skills that equips you with the skills required to function effectively in any business environment. The entire course is designed in such a manner that you attain specific career oriented competencies in the area of Financial Accounting, Business Mathematics, Business Communication, Business Laws & Ethics and Administrative procedures etc which enable you to handle any office environment with perfect ease. The hands-on training in small groups allows you to emerge stronger in theoretical as well as practical aspects of the course.

After completing your Diploma in Accounting Administration you will be able to carry out activities like - Preparing journal entries; Managing accounts receivable and payable; Preparing the financial statements for the organization; Preparing trial balances and bank reconciliations; Carry out banking activities; Conducting credit and collections after invoicing clients; Analyze Costing and budgeting for the organization; Storing, updating and retrieving financial data; Performing various clerical duties, like maintaining the filing and recording systems; Managing inventory control; Handling customer inquiries; Performing general office duties; Maintaining general ledgers and financial statements; Preparing statistical, financial and accounting reports.


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Diploma in Accounting Administration - The Diploma in Accounting Administration at CIMT College prepares students for positions in Accounting and Administration. During their course of study, the students gain theoretical as well as practical training in various aspects of the field of accounting.

Student Success Strategy - Trains on techniques & skills to achieve success in personal and professional life.

English I - Develops college-level grammar, vocabulary, sentence variety, paragraph structure, reading, and writing skills, which are necessary for success in all other courses.

Business Communication - Introduces the principles of effective written and oral communication.

Computer Fundamentals and Internet - Trains on basic computer skills, creating and managing documents and using internet.

Keyboarding Skills – Helps learn how to touch type for improved speed and accuracy on the keyboard.

Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint - Introduces word processing, spread sheets, power point presentations.

Microsoft Excel - Develops skills in customizing the Excel Interface.

Microsoft Access - Assists in designing database, controlling data entry and application enhancement through database utilities.

Microsoft Outlook - Explores the basic and advanced features of Outlook.

Microsoft PowerPoint - Introduces slides, transitions, animation, and many features to create a dramatic presentation.

Microsoft Word - Creates proficiency in customizing the Microsoft Word environment

Financial Accounting I - Provides fundamental concepts of accounting, analyzing & recording financial transactions, preparing income statements and fund flow analysis.

Financial Accounting II - Introduces various categories of capital assets, their amortization and accounting for intangible assets.

Business Values and Ethics - Introduces the basic categories and framework of business ethics.

Administrative Procedures - Educates and trains about the dynamic work environment in Canadian businesses and offices.

Business Mathematics - Provides the foundation in Mathematics and related concepts used in businesses and industries.

Corporate and Business Law I - Introduction to the Canadian Legal System, courts, tribunals, and procedures, including torts, contract law, sole proprietorship, partnerships, and corporations. Explore employment law, termination and dismissal, collective bargaining, and consumer protection and safety. Students also learn about environmental law, real estate laws and land transactions, intellectual property, patents, trademarks, bankruptcy and insolvency in Canada, and associated legislation.

Human Resource Management - Elaborates need for human resources and how to maintain an efficient & effective workforce.

QuickBooks, Simply Accounting - Introduces to the implementation of computerized accounting software package, recording of accounting transactions and peroration of financial statements, as well as creating an appropriate accounting system using the business database. It also introduces to the use of any one of the accounting software Simply Accounting and Quickbooks to complete an entire accounting cycle, including the production of financial statements.

Professional Skills - Trains on interpersonal skills required for successful induction and working in professional world.


Administration comprises of a huge industry which offers a variety of job openings at different levels of hierarchy. After pursuing a Diploma in Accounting Administration you can scale new heights in your profession with your skills and expertise in the area of financial accounting and administration.

Graduates with Accounting Administration become valuable members of business organizations like Finance, Insurance, Banking, Real Estate and Leasing, Business Services, Public Administration offices as well as Trade Industries.


After pursuing a Diploma in Accounting Administration you are eligible for positions falling under the following NOC Codes

NOC -1431 - Accounting Clerks – They calculate, prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable and receivable, budgets and other routine financial records according to established accounting procedures.

Common Job Titles which you can apply for include - Accounting Clerk , Accounts Payable Clerk, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Audit Clerk, Billing Clerk, Budget Clerk, Costing Clerk, Deposit Clerk, Finance Clerk, Freight-Rate Clerk, Invoice Clerk, Ledger Clerk, Tax Clerk, Tax Return Preparer

NOC- 1231 - Book Keeping - Bookkeepers maintain complete sets of books, keep records of accounts, verify the procedures used for recording financial transactions, and provide personal bookkeeping services.

Common Job Titles which you can apply for include – Accounting Technician, Bookkeeper, Bookkeeping clerk, senior bookkeeper etc.


Accounting and related clerks perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Calculating and preparing bills
  • Issuing bills and creating customer invoices
  • Preparing Account statements
  • Maintaining and filing Financial Records
  • Recording business transactions
  • Budgeting on the basis of revenue and expenditure analysis
  • Calculating costs and overheads for preparing quotes and prices
  • Preparing reports for presentations and discussions
  • Regular clerical duties for record maintenance

Bookkeepers perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Preparing and maintaining various accounts
  • Preparing statistical, financial and various other accounting reports
  • Preparing trial balances of books
  • Posting journal entries
  • Account reconciliations
  • Calculating and preparing payroll cheques, tax returns and other bills
  • Ledger maintenance
  • Preparing financial statements
  • Performing personal bookkeeping services


Job openings in the field of Accounting usually seek a person who has completed college or other accounting and book keeping courses. Since majority of the firms are now using accounting software for management of their data, knowledge of computerized accounting software is considered an asset.

While entry level jobs ask for no experience or one to two years experience, higher positions can be sought for once you gain some practical experience in the actual workplace.


Accounting Administration course develops skills which open up a wide range of areas and industries for employment. The most common employers include Banks and related financial institutions, Government financial departments, Insurance and real estate organizations, Accounting and Book keeping firms, wholesale and retail industries, Manufacturing Units, Import and Export houses etc.

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Duration 36 Weeks - Full Time
Campus Mississauga - Malton
Mississauga - Dundas St
Hamilton Concession
Hamilton King
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Faculty Business
Course Level Beginner, Intermediate
Features In Class, Assignment
Language English

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