This is an introduction to the popular small business accounting desktop program. 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 1F22: Fridays, Nov 4 to 25 2022, 9:00am to 2:30pm, FVCE Computer Lab #204, 20621 Logan Ave Langley (no class Nov 11 Remembrance Day)
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)|
|Number of Sessions:||Varies|