QuickBooks for Desktop (202111-900)

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Name: QuickBooks for Desktop (202111-900)
Date: February 17, 2022
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Saskatchewan Polytechnic's School of Continuing Education to deliver virtual programming throughout the province.  Programming is focused on meeting the needs of the local business community by providing training solutions tailored towards business and skills that are in high demand or trending.

Course Description:

QuickBooks can help you get organized. Built-in accounting functions organize and calculate your finances. Entries get carried through to all the right places automatically. Have sales & expenses, customer & vender profiles all at your fingertips. Get a snapshot of the money coming in and going out of your business. You will learn everything from writing cheques, creating bills & reports, to the basics of business accounting, including managing accounts payables/receivables, invoicing and payroll. You will receive a free one-year download of QuickBooks student version software. Prerequisite: Computer experience and basic bookkeeping/accounting knowledge.

Tues & Thur, Mar 1-17, 6:30pm-9:30pm 

Tuition: $780.00 including GST
Registration Deadline: Feb 17, 2022
Course Code: COAP-1835
Course Number: 202111-900
18 non-credit hours


This is a live online course using Zoom. Please be at your computer during class times. Course software will not work on Mac or Linux computers.
Location:
Online Delivery.

Upon registration, Saskatchewan Polytechnic will contact you to confirm delivery details.
Date/Time Information:
Mar 1-Mar 17, 2022
Tues & Thur, 6:30pm-9:30pm 
Registration Deadline: Feb 17, 2022


This is a live online course using Zoom. Please be at your computer during class times. Course software will not work on Mac or Linux computers.
Contact Information:
Michele Geres
Fees/Admission:
$780.00 including GST 

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