This is an introduction to the commonly used small business accounting program, Quickbooks Online. Using a scenario that mimics a simple small business, students will learn the basics of the program, starting with entering vendor bills, creating invoicing, basic payroll, sales tax filing, and through the cycle to a bank reconciliation. Students will gain a familiarity with the program and how it works. This course covers how to use the program as a tool for bookkeeping, so completion of a bookkeeping course or comprehensive experience with accounting terminology and concepts is a required prerequisite.
Prerequisite: Computer Basics Level 2 and Bookkeeping knowledge. In addition, although not an absolute requirement, students should have a basic knowledge of bookkeeping or accounting.
Course fee includes a textbook and student version QuickBooks software.
A Certificate will be issued upon course completion.
Offering 1F23: Fridays, Oct 20 to Nov 3 2023, 9:00am to 2:30pm, FVCE Computer Lab #204, 20621 Logan Ave Langley
Offering 2F23: Saturdays, Jan 6 to 20 2024, 9:00am to 2:30pm, FVCE Computer Lab #204, 20621 Logan Ave Langley
About Instructor Amika Kehler
Amika has been teaching office systems and solving bookkeeping problems for 20 years. Her many years as a Sage and Quickbooks advisor, and field experience with small and medium businesses, she knows exactly how these programs and tools are used in real life
|Classroom:||FVCE Computer Lab (Suite 204, 20621 Logan Ave Langley)|
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