Gain essential skills to prepare for employment or brush up skills for a current job
Get up and running with QuickBooks 2014, the leading business accounting software package, through training at the David B. Hermelin ORT Resource Center, a division of JVS. The seven-week course beginning on Sept. 23 is designed to take participants from accounting fundamentals through QuickBook basics to more advanced QuickBooks tools. Unemployed and under-employed persons may qualify for scholarships.
Students receive 42 hours of hands-on classroom training in three modules including:
- Accounting Concepts – Learn accounting terms and understand and interpret financial reports, balance sheets, bank statements, general ledger, payroll and business invoicing practices.
- QuickBooks Essentials – Learn how to set up customers, record sales and receive payments, manage expenses, complete bank reconciliations and create reports.
- QuickBooks Advanced – Learn how to use more advanced tools such as customizing settings, item and vendor lists, inventory, tracking billable hours, payroll, journal entries and year-end closing.
Registration starts now for the course, which begins September 23, 2014 (morning and evening sessions are available). The course fee is $420; however, students who are unemployed or under-employed may qualify for scholarships made available through funding from ORT Michigan and The Jewish Fund. Space is limited and an application is required for eligibility.
The David B. Hermelin ORT Resource Center is located inside the Jewish Community Center at 6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield. For more information, download the flyer at www.jvshumanservices.org/quickbooks or call (248) 432-5411.