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Accounting Clerk and Bookkeeping Education Course Program Overview


The Accounting Clerk program is a 44-week diploma course approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. The Canadian Payroll Association recognizes the courses Bookkeeper I and Bookkeeper II from KLC College’s Accounting Clerk program as a valid transfer credit for the Introduction to Accounting component of the Payroll Compliance Practitioner’s Certificate program.

Practical Internship Experience

100 hours of a placement internship will take place upon successful completion of all course work.

Graduates of the Accounting Clerk Program…


  • Are able to complete an internship as an accounting trainee
  • Develop the skills to secure a position in both large and small businesses, in bookkeeping and assisting the management of accounting departments
  • Have an aptitude for numbers
  • Display attention to detail
  • Are punctual in meeting deadlines
  • Possess solid oral and written communication skills

The program is partially self-facilitating, in that the student is provided with self-directed learning modules. If the student has difficulty with any particular area, they receive one-on-one instruction with one of the instructors present in the classrooms.

The Ontario online Accounting Clerk & Bookkeeping course program includes but is not limited to the following modules:

Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerk Online Course Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission, you must have the following:

  • Ontario Secondary School diploma (Grade 12) or equivalent
  • Demonstrated English, communication and comprehension skills
  • The equivalent standing at the general level in English
  • All students will require an up-to-date, valid police check

Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerk Online Course Graduation Requirements

To receive your diploma from KLC College, students must fulfill all course requirements to the satisfaction of school administration. This includes successful course and work placement completion and tuition paid in full.

All students are required to maintain an average academic standing of 70% or better. Students must pass both theory and practical components of the course. Internship assessment will be completed by the host placement. A diploma is granted when all course work is successfully completed.

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