Australian Payroll Institute is a national learning and development organisation specialising in the delivery of payroll qualifications.
At Australian Payroll Institute, we believe knowledge is paramount. This is why we developed the first nationally recognised payroll qualifications in Australia, being the Certificate IV in Payroll Administration (current course code 10665NAT) and the Diploma of Payroll Management (current course code 10666NAT). As a graduate of the 10665NAT Certificate IV in Payroll Administration or 10666NAT Diploma of Payroll Management you will possess solid technical and practical knowledge and skills for your role in payroll. Both programs are delivered via our online learning portal and students will be assessed by qualified assessors from Australian Payroll Institute. All trainers and assessor also have operational experience in payroll roles.
“I decided not to apply for RPL and do the Diploma in its entirety so I could actually see what I knew and what I could learn. I initially regretted this decision due to being very busy, but once I got into the swing of it, it's been great. I'm really enjoying my study and have already been able to apply some things into my day-to-day work. I also have changed the way I approach some tasks. So far, so good!”
“The Diploma has been really beneficial and gives you a different perspective when looking at things regarding research and how to gain more information. I feel it has been really beneficial to do the course.”
“When my General Manager asks me a question, I now feel completely confident that I'm giving him correct information and the qualification has been great for my profile in the business.”
“When I next recruit a payroll position, I'll be insisting on a Certificate IV in Payroll Administration or Diploma of Payroll Management.”
“It has certainly boosted my confidence in knowing that, as a payroll coordinator, what I’m doing is actually within what I’ve learnt. I’ve also seen areas where things can be improved within our payroll system.”
“Having the additional payroll qualification broadens the range of jobs I can apply for, which can improve job security in times of a weaker job market.”
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