If you have always enjoyed working with numbers or want to advance your career with basic bookkeeping, this training is for you. Learn the most popular accounting software applications for small- to medium-sized businesses including the essentials of spreadsheets and databases. Starting a home-based business or reentering the workforce? These technology skills are a must.
The average annual salary of bookkeepers and accounting and auditing clerks in Maryland is $44,000.
Source: Emsi 2018.4
This training consists of five face-to-face, noncredit courses. Students will learn basic accounting and bookkeeping applications, word processing, and spreadsheet and database management.
Total Hours: 68
CTU-340 QuickBooks Computerized Accounting: Basics and Beyond
CTU-324 Microsoft Word: Introduction
CTU-327 Microsoft Excel: Introduction
CTU-328 Microsoft Excel: Intermediate
CTU-342 Applying Accounting Skills
Upon successful completion of all five courses, students earn an AACC continuing education certificate. A CEWD program certificate is a great way to demonstrate your skills, knowledge and/or abilities to a current or potential employer. To receive the certificate, complete and submit a Student Application for a Continuing Education Certificate.
$1,111, including tuition and fees, for Anne Arundel County residents
Students must be at least 16 years old. Individual courses have some prerequisites.
Register online, in person, by fax or mail. Use certificate code CE.ACCT.PRINC-TECH.