So What Exactly Is Accounting? Some professors like to say that accounting is “the language of business.” That definition has always been somewhat too abstract for my tastes. That said, all those professors are right. At its most fundamental level, accounting is the system of tracking the income, expenses, assets, and debts of a business. When looked at with a trained eye, a business’s accounting records truly tell the story of the business. Using nothing but a business’s “books” (accounting records), you can learn practically anything about a business. You can learn simple things such as whether it’s growing or declining, healthy or in trouble. Or, if you look closely, you can see things such as potential threats to the business’s health that might not be apparent even to people within the company.

August 26. 2019 - January 17. 2020

Welcome to Filing and Records Management.  This course is an overview of records management which involves practical fundamentals of records management, basic filing principles, procedures, and systems. Emphasis is on non-correspondence records, information storage, and retrieval systems; management aspects of records retention, disposition, and the operation of a records management program.

Please take your time to read the course syllabus. 

August 26. 2019 - January 17. 2020

This course bridges the gap between the basic skills courses and current office practices. The course is designed to develop the knowledge and skill necessary for success in the workplace and to develop competency in administrative and office support tasks such as telephone, records management, mail, financial records, and presentations. 

Prerequisites:  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2013 and Typing 30 WPM 

Class meets:  Monday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

This course bridges the gap between the basic skills courses and current office practices. The course is designed to develop the knowledge and skill necessary for success in the workplace and to develop competency in administrative and office support tasks such as telephone, records management, mail, financial records, and presentations. 

This course has two components. For certification student also need to complete and pass all Microsoft Office 2013, applications. (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access)

Class meetings are: 


Monday 8:00 AM - 12 noon