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 $39,000, and the field is expected to grow by 14 percent through 2020, which is about average for all occupations.
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 seven 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.
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.