Accounting and Bookkeeping
This course offers a practical, real-world, hands-on learning experience for those who are seeking to acquire real-world, practical job skills to become an entry/staff-level accountant and/or full-charge bookkeeper. The program teaches the important technical skills, tips, and techniques not offered in college programs. Students learn the accounting concepts, process, and procedures by working on multiple realistic accounting practice sets. They master the accounting equation, the chart of accounts, debits and credits, journal entries, the general ledger and journals, bank reconciliations, accounts receivable and payable, payroll, and financial statement preparation and analysis by working on and completing multiple manual, QuickBooks, and Peachtree sets of books.
A new training program is schedule for the first Monday of every month.
A six-month program covering twenty weeks and 450 hours.
Monday through Thursday.
Mornings: 8:30am-1pm; Afternoons: 1pm-5:30pm; Evenings: 5pm-9:30pm
Manuals, software, study guides, accounting practice set, and other materials and equipment all provided to successfully complete the course.
Weeks 1 through 5
Student Orientation; The World of Accounting; Typing and
Ten-Key Instruction; Basic Math; Introduction to Accounting and the Accounting Equation; Accounting Concepts and Process; Journals and General Leger; Financial Statements; Accounting for Cash & Receivables
Weeks 6 through 10
Inventory; Markups and Margins; Fixed Assets and Depreciation; Accounts Payable; Payroll; and Complete Six Manual Accounting Practice Sets;
Weeks 11 through 25
Complete twelve QuickBooks Accounting Practice Sets; Six Peachtree Accounting Practice sets; Basic Excel; Internal Control; Business Law; Credit and Collection; Record Retention; Cover Letter and Resume writing, and Interviewing Tips and Techniques.