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Accounting and Payroll Administration

Accounting and Payroll Administration is vital for all Accounting Clerks, Bookkeepers and Accounts Payable/Receivable professionals who play an important role in the finance system to keep offices running smoothly.

If you’re organized, enjoy helping others and are looking to get established in a steady, professional career in a short time, then obtaining an Accounting and Payroll Administration Diploma could be an excellent opportunity.

The Accounting and Payroll Administration Diploma program from Bredin College provides the hands-on training, practical experience and industry support it takes to pursue a rewarding career in accounting, without spending years in school.

Classes are led by dedicated instructors with years of experience working in the field. As a student, you’ll train on industry-current software and get up-to-date skills in areas employers look for, including:

  • Keyboarding & Introduction to Computers
  • Accounting Principles I & II
  • Payroll Fundamentals I & II
  • Office Procedures
  • Microsoft Office Skills – Outlook, Word Core and Excel Core, Excel Expert, Access
  • Business Writing
  • Computerized Accounting
  • Sage 50 and QuickBooks
  • And more!

Plus, you will complete a 4-week practicum in a corporate and/or business setting. Through this exposure, you will gain greater awareness of the specific responsibilities and daily experience of professionals in the field.

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