Brief Program Description
Certificate in Payroll Program is designed for the students want to join the field of payroll management. The Program will provide a foundation of basic accounting and sound knowledge of payroll in the modern business environment. Upon completion of Certificate Program, the successful students will have the ability to explain major concepts related to payroll areas and perform chores of basic payroll, payroll deductions and remittances tasks. This program will be delivered through a variety of methods including lectures, assignments, projects etc. and will be supervised by the individuals who are expert in their filed.
After completion of this Program, students will qualify for entry level jobs in the field of payroll. The study is mainly targeting: NOC Code 13102: Payroll Compliance Administrator Entry-level positions often provide considerable potential for advancement. According to NOC Codes 2021 edition, 13102 both will provide options including; • Benefits officer - payroll administration • Pay advisor • Pay and benefits administrator • Pay and benefits clerk • Pay clerk • Payroll clerk • Payroll officer • Salary administration officer.
1. Applicants must be graduated from grade 12 OR 2. Must be at least 19 years of age prior to starting of the study period, and provide proof of meeting English language competency requirements any one of the following: • Grade 12 English/Communication or University or College level English Course (non-ESL) where English is the principal language of the country and the language of instruction as well: minimum C is acceptable. • Proof of four-year undergraduate degree from a recognized institution where English is the principal language of the country and the language of instruction. • Gateway College English Language Placement Test with a minimum score of 5.5/5.5/5.0/5.0 out of 9.0 in Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing • Standardized English Language Test Report of one of the following:
o TOEFL: 56 iBT (with no individual score less than 13) o IELTS Academic Overall 5.5 with no band test score less than 5.0 o CAEL Overall 50 with no individual score less than 40 o CELPIP 6/6/5/5 in Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing o CLBPT 6/6/5/5 in Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing.
Indicate how the program is delivered In-class instruction Distance education Combined delivery (both in-class and distance)
$2,000 (Domestic)/ $6,000 (International)
Application Fee:250 (Domestic)/ $300 (International)
Textbooks: $335, Student ID: $20, Program Processing: $150, Administration: $150, Health Insurance*: $165 (3 months coverage wait period for BC Medical Service Plan)