Introduction to terms, concepts, and applications of double-entry accounting for a proprietary service business.
Accounting Level 2
In this continuation of the accounting cycle, you'll learn about adjusting and closing entries, prepare financial statements, conduct finance statement analysis, and prepare bank reconciliations.
Business Management II
In this continuation of Business Management I, we'll review basic management principles, effective project management, business planning and forecasting, what to expect when hiring employees, how tax law impacts companies, how to obtain business finance and/or raise capital, and a basic understanding of business contracts.Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Excel.
Business Office Professional Certification
Improve and develop your computer skills in the Microsoft Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2016 desktop applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Gmail.
Excel 2016 Level 1
Excel Level 1 provides thorough introductory training in Excel.
Excel 2016 Level 2
Build on your foundation from Level 1 with more complex skills.
Excel 2016 Level 3
Work with Excel Tables and Ranges, Data integrity, Subtotals, and Data Validation.
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
We'll cover Microsoft Excel's basic interface, including the quick access toolbar, the ribbon, creating formulas, formatting cells, and inserting and deleting columns, rows, and cells.
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint
Get an overview of PowerPoint including navigation of the various features and tools.
Job Search Using Social Media
Are you using social media like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter in your job search? This workshop will teach you specific strategies about how to use social media to help you find your next job.
Make Extra Money as a Loan Signing Agent
Public Notaries can make extra money as a Loan Signing Agent.
Managing Files and Folders and Data Backup
A cluttered desktop can leave your computer running slowly.
Microsoft Office 2016
Learn the basics of the Microsoft Office applications: Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), and PowerPoint (presentation). Prerequisites: Basic computer skills and ManagingFiles and Folders recommended.
This class will take you through seemingly complex financial concepts; breaking them down into simple to understand explanations using storyboards, visuals, and simple calculations. We will cover financial concepts like taxes, opportunity cost, compound interest, and how all of these affect your finances. Towards the end of class, we can dive deeper into specific financial topics students may have questions about.
Networking is a critical skill for career success.
Introduction to the fundamentals of managing investment property.
QuickBooks Desktop 2018 Level 1
You'll create a sample company and learn how to use items, classes, and accounts, input purchase and sales transactions by writing checks, using check registers, credit card accounts, petty cash accounts, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and reconcile bank and credit card accounts.Prerequisites: Accounting Level 1 and Level 2 or accounting knowledge.Book included.
QuickBooks Desktop 2018 Level 2
You'll explore advanced topics in QuickBooks including inventory, payroll, preparing estimates, tracking and billing for time, working with financial statements, creating budgets, correcting, and customizing.
Real World Math Skills
80% of Americans are stopped from moving forward in their careers due to low math skills.
Word 2016 Level 2
Building on Level 1, you'll learn more intermediate features of Microsoft Word.
Word 2016 Level 3
Building on Levels 1 and 2, you'll learn how to collaborate, highlight, track, and review changes.
WordPress Level 2
In this continuation of the Level 1 class, we'll cover themes, backing up, and security. We'll also look at the world of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tools and configuring and using Analytics. You're welcome to bring a Wi-Fi capable laptop or use one of our computers.Prerequisite: WordPress Level 1.