This course provides hands-on instruction on how to set up QuickBooks as a system for small businesses. Students will learn about the types of information they need to track in their business and will become familiar with the most common tasks required, as well as the more advanced functions of the software.
Students will learn how to create company files and deal with more advanced tasks for receivables, payables, inventory and payroll. Upon completion of this course, students will be advanced QuickBooks users and will be fully prepared to write an Intuit QuickBooks Certified User Examination.
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Intuit QuickBooks Certified User Examination
Successful completion of the examination validates a student’s QuickBooks knowledge and makes them an Intuit QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU), which is the best way to communicate their skills and expertise with QuickBooks to potential employers. The QuickBooks Certified User Examination includes 50 simulation-based questions. A candidate is given up to 50 minutes to complete the exam.
Note: The Intuit QuickBooks Certified User Examination is not included in the cost of the course and is not mandatory.
Applicants must be:
High school graduates and 19 years or older at the start of the applicant’s program or course; and
Nancy Lassiter has more than 20 years’ practical experience in pre- and post-professional bookkeeping and accounting roles. She has held progressively challenging positions as a professional accountant in public practice and in other areas of the industry. She holds a Bachelor of General Studies degree and is a CPA, CGA. Nancy has a passion for lifelong learning and for giving back to the profession.
Nancy is passionate about teaching accounting and enjoys inspiring others to be the best that they can be. She is always open to finding creative ways to ensure every e-learning experience is interactive, meaningful and fun. With the use of real-life examples and interactive activities, learners will be engaged in their studies. Nancy’s goal is to help students get ready to put their new skills to use upon graduation.
Effren Atienza has 30 years of international experience working in the fields of bookkeeping, accounting, payroll, taxation, and office administration in South East Asia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and in Canada.
Effren holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce with a major in Accounting and a minor in English. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and a Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) designated by the Canadian Payroll Association. He has taken courses from the Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario, and is a Subject Matter Expert for Computerized Accounting and Payroll in Ontario, a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor, and a Certified Professional Bookkeeper.
Effren has his own accounting and consulting firm handling bookkeeping, payroll, and personal and corporate income taxes.
He loves teaching bookkeeping and is willing to share his knowledge and expertise with all students and future bookkeepers.
Ummul Banin H Bhaimeya has over 17 years of practical accounting experience, mainly working for public practices. She has a vast knowledge of organizations within various trades. She earned her Chartered Accountancy Professional Designation from ACCA UK in 2004 and has held her CGA designation for ten years.
With her practical knowledge and strong foundations in accounting, Ummul is thrilled to instil the knowledge into students who share her enthusiasm in Financial Accounting.
Peter Goel is an accounting professional with over 10 years of experience in diverse industries, such as not-for-profit, property management, public practice, textile, and manufacturing. He obtained his Bachelors degree from British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) and recently received CPA and CGA designation.
Right now, Peter is pursuing his true passion: teaching. He has been teaching computerized accounting to students from various post-secondary institutions, and he has taught various classes on accounting software, such as Sage 50, QuickBooks, and Sage 300 (AccPac). In addition, he teaches Business Communication, Economics, and MS Office with emphasis on Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Peter also coaches and mentors students privately, helping them make the right career choices. His goal is to give the students an insight into any specific industry and guide them for the in-demand jobs.
Peter is involved with Chartered Professional Accountant of BC (CPABC) in their Financial Literacy program and various professional events. His interests include running marathons, staying updated with political and financial news, investing, travelling, cooking, and outdoor activities.
John Kurian is a designated Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and a Certified General Accountant (CGA) with over 20 years’ experience in the fields of Corporate Accounting, Finance and Education. He is passionate about teaching and e-learning, and draws on his practical experience when teaching Accounting and Business courses at Ashton College. He is very careful about choosing his online resources and tools as he believes good hands-on training and guidance are half the battle in developing a successful skill set, competency and business operation.
John has taught accounting and business courses in six provinces in China and has developed courses and taught/facilitated in professional accounting degree programs, MBA and graduate programs in Canada.
Luz Abad comes to Ashton College with a wealth of experience in the accounting and bookkeeping fields as well as in teaching. Luz holds a Bachelor of Accounting, a BC Provincial Instructor Diploma, and a licence in Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance. Luz has been in the finance industry for more than 15 years and has held positions with Proctor and Gamble, Vancity, the Burnaby School District, Embers, and Vancouver Community College.