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QuickBooks Certificate Course

Are you interested in learning accounting software? Maybe you have bookkeeping know-how and you just need to learn the computer program? With the QuickBooks Certificate course you’ll learn how to use QuickBooks effectively in no time.

Certificate Course Highlights

QuickBooks is the leading accounting software for small businesses and self-employed people. With this 100-hour course, you’ll learn the ins and outs of this essential software.

Course Outline

During the QuickBooks Certificate you can expect to learn:

  • Computerized Accounting
  • Installing and Customizing QuickBooks for Windows
  • Setting up a Company
  • Creating Data Files
  • Setting up the General Ledger
  • The General Ledger-Entering Opening Balances
  • Journal Entries
  • Customers Information
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Printing Accounts Receivable Reports
  • Vendors Information
  • Accounts Payable
  • Printing Accounts Payable Reports
  • Bank Reconciliation, Month-End, and Adjustment Entries
  • Inventory Module, Setup and Processing, Using
  • Inventory and Services
  • Employees information
  • Payroll
  • Setup and Processing
  • Inventory Module
  • Setup and Transactions
  • Closing the Books

Career Opportunities

Bolster your existing accounting knowledge or make yourself a more competitive job candidate by mastering this important accounting software.

Once you finish the QuickBooks Certificate course you can work in in a variety of organizations, such as:

  • Small businesses
  • Large corporations
  • Not-for-Profits
  • Government Agencies
  • Private Institutions
  • and more!
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