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B4-115 – Office Administration & Accounting

January 1, 1970

$4995

Office Administration & Accounting

B4-115
Anyone who has had some success as an owner or manager of a company knows how critically important it is to have a strong administrative and accounting presence in the business.  Typically it almost always comes down to that one person with the skills, experience and leadership that grabs the reigns and runs the show.  Be that person!  Get certified in Accounting and QuickBooks, Business Communications and Team Collaboration and more while acquiring very practical skills on what it takes to lead and manage an Office environment.
Program Description
Anyone who has had some success as an owner or manager of a company knows how critically important it is to have a strong administrative and accounting presence in the business. Typically, it almost always comes down to that one person with the skills, experience and leadership that grabs the reigns and runs the show. In this diploma program, students will be trained and have an opportunity to obtain international certifications in Bookkeeping, QuickBooks, Business Communications, Microsoft Office and more while acquiring very practical skills in leading and managing an Office environment.

Target Audience
Students pursuing career roles in Bookkeeping, Office Administration and Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Business Management.

Prerequisites
High School Diploma.

Courses Included
  • Perfecting the Art of Customer Service
  • Team Leadership & Collaboration
  • ICB Bookkeeping Level 2
  • Business Applications 1(Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • QuickBooks Pro
  • Office Procedure & Theory

Certification Preparation
  • CBP Customer Service
  • CBP Leadership
  • CBP Business Communication
  • MOS Word, Excel & Outlook
  • Intuit QuickBooks Pro

 

Program

  • payment plans / course financing also available.
  • Name Start Date End Date Price Register
    B4-115 - Office Administration & Accounting 4,995.00

    Details

    Date:
    January 1, 1970
    Cost:
    $4995
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