The main objective of Canadian Payroll Administration course is to provide a basic understanding of the Canadian payroll system. This course provides an overview of the requirements for processing payroll calculations, and disbursing the payroll to employees, government agencies, and other parties, in compliance with Canadian laws, regulations, and contractual arrangements.
Gain necessary knowledge & skills aligned with Canadian payroll laws. Explore avenues like Payroll Practitioner & Accounting Clerk.
High School Diploma or Equivalent or Mature Student Status (19 years of age or more) and Proof of English Language Proficiency.
For English Language Domestic Students need to have Grade 10 English or Successful Completion of English Language Proficiency Assessment Test conducted by College Authorities.
International Students will need to submit a proof of English Language Competency by any one of the following options:
|Module #||COURSE NAME||HOURS|
|1.||Introduction to Canadian Payroll||8|
|2.||Labour Standards in Canada||8|
|3.||Calculations of gross earnings, pensionable, insurable, taxable earning||8|
|4.||Non- Statutory deductions and remittance and calculation of net pay||8|
|5.||Employer payroll taxation and premiums||8|
|6.||Accounting for payroll||8|
|7.||Payroll information system||8|
|9.||Termination of employment||8|
|10.||Year end reporting||8|
|Registration Fee||$ 100|
|Tuition Fee||$ 450|
This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program.
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