Develop mastery of six areas relevant to adjusting entries, correcting accounting errors, payroll depreciation, inventory, internal controls, and fraud prevention. Students will prepare for the National Certified Bookkeeper exam through the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. Possible jobs include assistant bookkeeper, certified bookkeeper, and bookkeeper.
- Understanding the fundamentals of becoming a Certified Bookkeeper
- Setup and use QuickBooks in a small business environment
- Internal controls and fraud detection
- Company payroll
- Depreciation for financial statements and taxes
- Recording and costing out of merchandise inventory
- Correction of accounting error and bank reconciliation
- Accruals, deferrals, and the adjusted trial balance
- Provide proof of high school completion (hich school transcripts, copy of high school diploma, or copy of completion of GED requirements)
- Reading and math TABE test with scores of at least 10th-grade level
Cost of Class:
- Tuition/Registration $180
- Text $330 (subject to change)
- Cost of certification exam upon completion of class $574
For more information about this class, call the Yancey Learning Center at 828.682.7315.