QuickBooks – Part 1

This is an introduction to the popular computerized accounting program, QuickBooks. After a general overview of the program, students will learn to create a Chart of Accounts, set up data files, make journal entries and back up data. Students will also learn Accounts Payable functions such as creating new Vendors, editing Vendor information, printing cheques and paying bills. Accounts Receivable functions will also be covered including creating new customers, entering sales, and recording payments. Payroll functions including creating employees, setting payment preferences and tax tables, writing cheques and processing government remittances will be covered. Students will also learn to generate basic reports.

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 1: Thursdays, 6:30 – 9:30pm, Jan 30 to Feb 27 2020, at Credo Christian High School 21846 52 Ave, Langley

Offering 2: Saturdays, 9am to 2:30pm, Feb 1 to Feb 22 2020, at the FVCE Computer Lab, Suite 204-20621 Logan Ave Langley

Offering 3: Fridays, 9:30am to 12:30pm, Feb 28 to Apr 3 2020, at the FVCE Computer Lab, Suite 204-20621 Logan Ave Langley

Course Number: CO21
Instructor: Amika Kehler
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Varies
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End Date: Varies
Start Time: Varies
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Class Capacity: Varies
Course Price: $279.99
Number of Sessions: Varies

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