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Administrative Assistant Certificate Program – Semester TwoStarting: 01/07/2020$984 16 Spots Open
16 Spots Open
Dates: Tuesday January 7, 2020 to
Thursday March 19, 2020
TIME: 6:00PM to 9:30PM
Num. of Classes: 27
Course Num: T04.2-F19
Location: (ATC) Arts and Technology Centre
This part time evening and weekend program will give you the training you need to gain employment in an office. You can continue to work while studying. In Semester Two, learn accounting concepts and procedures. Become proficient with spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel and learn how to create databases using Microsoft Access. Sage 50 will be used for general ledger transactions and financial statements.
SEMESTER TWO AGENDA
Course 1: Accounting
January 7 – February 9, 2020 / 48 hours / Tuesday and Thursday Evenings and select Sundays
This course will introduce you to accounting concepts and procedures. You will learn about debits and credits and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will study basic accounting principles involved in the operation of a business through a complete cycle, using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). You examine petty cash and cash control, banking procedures, as well as payroll concepts and procedures. You will be able to perform General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and inventory transactions.
You will be able to setup and interact with different ledgers using Sage 50 computerized accounting software. In using this software you will develop an understanding of how to enter transactions into the general ledger, prepare and adjust entries and print out financial statements.
Course 2: Computer Applications – Spreadsheets and Databases
February 11 – March 19, 2020 / 48 hours / Tuesday and Thursday Evenings and select Sundays
Excel is the most popular spreadsheet software in the world. This is a “hands-on” computer course which will teach you to be highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel. Learn to design and create complex spreadsheets using formulas and built in functions to solve business problems. You will be able to solve mathematical problems. Learn to present data in graphic chart format.
Using Microsoft Access you will become familiar with and learn the basics of creating a database. You will learn to enter data and sort and filter information and to create tables, queries and reports.
The total length of the Certificate Program is 430 hours and will run from January 7/20 to December 15/20 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. and select Sundays from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. The complete Certificate program will be delivered in 3 semesters within the 2020 school year. The Certificate Program offers an optional work experience component to provide you with practical skills and a reference to launch your career.
The total cost of this course is $3,250. The payment schedule is as follows:
- A Non-refundable deposit of $300 is required at the time of registration. Pay your deposit by registering for Course #T04-w20.
- $984 is due on or before January 6/2020 for Semester 2. Semester 2 starts January 7/2020. Pay for Semester 2 by registering for Course #T04.2-F19.
- $982 is due on or before March 10/2020 for Semester 3. Semester 3 starts April 7/2020. Pay for Semester 3 by registering for Course #T04.3-F19.
- $984 is due on or before September 2/2020 for Semester 1. Semester 1 starts September 15/2020. Pay for Semester 1 by registering for Course #T04.1-F20.
Students must complete all 3 semesters to receive their Certificate.
For individual semester descriptions and course descriptions, please refer to our website, or call the Continuing Education office at 204-237-8130 or email us at email@example.com.
To register for the Certificate Program, please register first for Courses T04-W20 ($300 deposit) and T04.2-F19 ($984 first installment payment). The balance of the course fee must be paid in accordance with the stated payment schedule.
Sunday classes will run from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Semester 2 on January 12, 26, February 9 and March 1.