Accounting & Payroll Administration (APA)
(Approved vocational program by the Ministry of Colleges & Universities - Govt. of Ontario)
Do you have a strong interest in gaining in-depth knowledge of accounting, payroll, business and related applications in this job-focused Accounting and Payroll Program? The Accounting & Payroll Administration (APA) program at Springfield College prepares students in order to have a solid foundation in accounting system and fundamental accounting principles to acquire and attain necessary information needed to succeed. Our Accounting & Payroll Administration Program is combined with the fundamentals of payroll, accounting, human resources and other computer skills to help students succeed in today’s hi-tech work environment. The Accounting & Payroll Administrator Program at Springfield College trains students to perform essential accounting responsibilities such as tracking financial records and transactions, as well as handling payroll and billing functions.
This program opens doors to a variety of employment opportunities for students with the strong potential for the growth and advancement in the Canadian accounting and payroll system.
Our teaching schedule and classes for these programs are conveniently arranged for students to accommodate for their busy lifestyle and important responsibilities and commitments of their daily life. Moreover, our programs are designed to prepare students for a lifelong career in their fields of interest.
Career Prospects and Opportunities
You can earn between C$18 - C$29 per hour and above and work- Part time/Full time
There are plenty of job opportunities for a Diploma holder in Accounting & Payroll Administration (APA) program.
The work opportunities include the following, but not limited to-
Accounts payable clerk
Accounts receivable clerk
Account records clerk - payroll
Benefits and pension plan officer
Benefits officer - payroll administration
Pay accounts clerk
Payroll machine operator
Salary administration officer
Timekeeper - payroll
Students should meet the following minimum requirements:
An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or
Students are 18 years of age or older and pass a qualifying RAI / CAAT with Grade D.
Policy for granting credits or advanced standing:
If student has a college or university level subject similar to a Springfield College subject, they may be eligible to apply for an Advanced Standing credit at College. If the request for advanced standing is successful, the student will not be required to take the subject.
Any given subjects can receive credit to a maximum percentage (i.e. 30%) of the entire program hours.
25 weeks In-Class training program
Schedule- (Morning, Afternoon or Evening Classes)
Admission open for Current Month Intake.
Contact immediately: 905-216-1600; firstname.lastname@example.org