Bookkeeping Specialist

Course Description:
This package course is designed for students whose English has already reached to certain proficiency level. The program covers topics in Introduction to Business and Business Accounting as the core foundation for the student to understand how current businesses are operating and the theory behind it. After learning the concepts, students will then apply their knowledge and use computer applications to record transactions, create professional letters, spreadsheets, and databases as necessary.

Students will obtain the most up to date practical skill sets that most businesses are requiring to ensure that the student can become successful in the bookkeeping and accounting career field they desire at the completion of the training.

This program will include subjects in: Intro. to Business, Business Accounting, MS Office 2013, Accounting with QuickBooks 2014, Accounting with Peachtree 2009, and Getting the job you really want.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion as a bookkeeping specialist.

Course Objective:
Students will be able to meet the demands for the most up-to-date skills on the latest Microsoft and bookkeeping technologies and prepare the student to become a bookkeeping specialist.

Prerequisites:
High School Diploma or equivalent. A basic understanding of the computer operating system is recommended.

Course Hours:
600 hours

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Bookkeeping Specialist with Business English

Course Description:
This course is designed for students whose first language is not English. The program commences with 300 hours of Business English instruction covering 3 levels of Business English to make students explore topical business issues and help build a professional standard of language needed to communicate in the modern world of business.

After completing the ESL component, students will move on to an Introduction to Business and Business Accounting as a core foundation to understand how current businesses are operating. After learning the concepts, students will then apply their knowledge and use computer applications to record transactions, create professional letters, spreadsheets, and databases as necessary. This program will include subjects in: Business English, Introduction to Business, Business Accounting, Microsoft Office 2007, Accounting with QuickBooks 2014, Accounting with Peachtree 2009 & 2010, and Getting The Job You Really Want.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion as a bookkeeping specialist.

Course Objective:
Students will be able to meet the demands for the most up-to-date skills on the latest Microsoft and bookkeeping technologies and prepare the student to become a bookkeeping specialist.

Prerequisites:
High School Diploma. A basic understanding of the computer operating system is recommended.

Course Hours:
900 hours

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Computerized Bookkeeping Specialist

Course Description:
This course is for students looking to become bookkeepers or accounting assistants. The course will teach students basic business accounting skills, along with computerized accounting using the programs QuickBooks and Peachtree.

Course Objective:
Students will obtain the skill to become a bookkeeper, along with knowledge of basic accounting, Quickbooks and Peachtree.

Prerequisites:
High School Diploma. A basic understanding of the computer operating system is recommended.

Course Hours:
105 hours

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Certified Professional Bookkeeper (AIBP)

Course Description:
This course will help you ascertain a nationally recognized certification as a Professional Bookkeeper under the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIBP). Some of the topics covered in this course include the mastery of payroll, fraud prevention, and inventory management.

Course Objective:
Upon Completion of this course, students will be able to record salaries of employees, calculate employer/employee payroll expenses, recite several internal controls in which to deal with fraud and fraud prevention, differentiate between perpetual and periodic methods of accounting, as well as recognizing and correcting various accounting errors from banks statements, ledger cash accounts, accrued expenses accrued revenues, deferred expenses, and deferred revenues.

Prerequisites:
High School Diploma or equivalent

Course Hours:
98 hours

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