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Business Computing

Accounting Skills for New Supervisors (Online)

This is an online course

Many of us flinch when we hear terms like depreciation, cash flow, balance sheet, and (worst of all!) budgets. However, these are all important concepts to understand if you're going to succeed in business, particularly as a manager. This course will help you get started in the accounting world.

Learner Outcomes

In course, you will learn the basics of accounting, including financial terms, generally accepted accounting principles, the accounting cycle, key financial reports, financial analysis tools, and budgeting.


Section - BUS4946-001

Basic Office Skills

This will be a Zoom class only: Mondays & Wednesdays; 5:00-8:30pm & Saturdays 9:00-3:00pm

The Office Skills training program offers an opportunity for unprepared and under-prepared adults to obtain entry-level skills necessary for a position as a clerical associate in an office setting.  This complete course includes basic office skills, such as: office machines/phone general overview, computer application skills, such as: spreadsheet, data entry, filing, business document basics, and keyboarding.  In addition, students will receive assistance in producing a resume for print and posting on the HireNet system.

Generic Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities of a clerical associate include serving as a receptionist, data entry, using fax and photocopying machines, filing, business correspondence and filing, and maintaining accounts. Other pertinent skills are typing and a reliable working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Outcomes
At the end of the class, the student will receive a Certificate of Professional Development, a Typing Certificate, suitable as an attachment to their resume with 1 printed copy of their resume, a posted version uploaded to HireNet, and a digital copy

Curriculum
Basic Office Skills

Students will gain a general knowledge of office equipment, including copy and fax machines as well as using in-depth techniques in organizational file management.

Business Writing

This segment will focus on using the Gregg Manual to learn basic grammar rules for business writing.  Also, during this time students will refine, produce, and publish their resume.

Keyboarding Skills

The provided online software covers basic operational procedures of keyboarding with the goal of attaining the minimum speed necessary for basic entry level employment.  Students will use the software provided to work at home and in the classroom (arrangements can be made for a study location if the student does not have access to a computer).

Office Computer Skills

This segment focuses on using computers and software in the office setting.  Classes will develop students’ computer technology proficiency.  Practical hands-on training includes how to use basic Microsoft Windows’ techniques, create electronic spreadsheets and word processing documents.


Section - BUS4012-016

Excel 2016, Level 1

Introductory Excel 2016 will cover the different features of the interface, give a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, it will also teach users how to print, cover some simple scenarios, and cover the basics of formatting. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulae, making their look professional and presentable, and then saving and printing the spreadsheet.


Section - COM4001-028

Excel 2016, Level 2

This Intermediate level is intended to help everyday users of Excel become more proficient by expanding their knowledge of functions, formulas, and new Excel features. This course will cover advanced file management tasks, using functions and formulas to calculate information, and using tables in a worksheet. It will also cover how to use different reviewing and researching tools; work with text boxes, images, pictures, themes; and format images. Finally, it will cover how to use SmartArt, symbols, equations, and the very handy Sparklines feature. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with taking their workbook to the next level of functionality by ensuring the accuracy of their information, and increasing the presentation value of their work.

Prequisites

Must have completed Excel Level 1 or equivalent


Section - COM4111-022

Quickbooks

This class is the desktop version of Quickbooks.

This class is designed for entrepreneurs and small business people who want to increase their accounting skills through using the applications of QuickBooks 2015.  During the hands-on class sessions you will cover chart of accounts set-up, cash receipts and accounts receivable, cash disbursements and accounts payable.  Also covered will be inventory, Hawaii Excise tax reporting and customizing invoices for your business.  While the 2015 version is used for the class, you can apply this knowledge to any version of QuickBooks.  Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that people taking this class have computer knowledge and skills and have prior accounting experience or have completed a Financial Accounting class. 


Section - COM4500-019

Computers and Technology

Accounting Skills for New Supervisors (Online)

This is an online course

Many of us flinch when we hear terms like depreciation, cash flow, balance sheet, and (worst of all!) budgets. However, these are all important concepts to understand if you're going to succeed in business, particularly as a manager. This course will help you get started in the accounting world.

Learner Outcomes

In course, you will learn the basics of accounting, including financial terms, generally accepted accounting principles, the accounting cycle, key financial reports, financial analysis tools, and budgeting.


Section - BUS4946-001

Basic Office Skills

This will be a Zoom class only: Mondays & Wednesdays; 5:00-8:30pm & Saturdays 9:00-3:00pm

The Office Skills training program offers an opportunity for unprepared and under-prepared adults to obtain entry-level skills necessary for a position as a clerical associate in an office setting.  This complete course includes basic office skills, such as: office machines/phone general overview, computer application skills, such as: spreadsheet, data entry, filing, business document basics, and keyboarding.  In addition, students will receive assistance in producing a resume for print and posting on the HireNet system.

Generic Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities of a clerical associate include serving as a receptionist, data entry, using fax and photocopying machines, filing, business correspondence and filing, and maintaining accounts. Other pertinent skills are typing and a reliable working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Outcomes
At the end of the class, the student will receive a Certificate of Professional Development, a Typing Certificate, suitable as an attachment to their resume with 1 printed copy of their resume, a posted version uploaded to HireNet, and a digital copy

Curriculum
Basic Office Skills

Students will gain a general knowledge of office equipment, including copy and fax machines as well as using in-depth techniques in organizational file management.

Business Writing

This segment will focus on using the Gregg Manual to learn basic grammar rules for business writing.  Also, during this time students will refine, produce, and publish their resume.

Keyboarding Skills

The provided online software covers basic operational procedures of keyboarding with the goal of attaining the minimum speed necessary for basic entry level employment.  Students will use the software provided to work at home and in the classroom (arrangements can be made for a study location if the student does not have access to a computer).

Office Computer Skills

This segment focuses on using computers and software in the office setting.  Classes will develop students’ computer technology proficiency.  Practical hands-on training includes how to use basic Microsoft Windows’ techniques, create electronic spreadsheets and word processing documents.


Section - BUS4012-016

Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for your Workplace (Online)

This is an online course.

In the work-world not everything is clear cut. When dealing with many people, they can all have many ideas about what is appropriate conduct and what isn’t. This course will take the guesswork out of appropriate conduct by showing how a code of conduct is a required tool for any workplace.

Learner Outcomes

Over the duration of this course, you will learn the whys and whats of a workplace code of conduct. You learn why they are needed, who they apply to, how to develop and implement one, and how to train employees on it.


Section - BUS4935-001

Excel 2016, Level 1

Introductory Excel 2016 will cover the different features of the interface, give a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, it will also teach users how to print, cover some simple scenarios, and cover the basics of formatting. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulae, making their look professional and presentable, and then saving and printing the spreadsheet.


Section - COM4001-028

Excel 2016, Level 2

This Intermediate level is intended to help everyday users of Excel become more proficient by expanding their knowledge of functions, formulas, and new Excel features. This course will cover advanced file management tasks, using functions and formulas to calculate information, and using tables in a worksheet. It will also cover how to use different reviewing and researching tools; work with text boxes, images, pictures, themes; and format images. Finally, it will cover how to use SmartArt, symbols, equations, and the very handy Sparklines feature. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with taking their workbook to the next level of functionality by ensuring the accuracy of their information, and increasing the presentation value of their work.

Prequisites

Must have completed Excel Level 1 or equivalent


Section - COM4111-022

Measuring Training Results (Online)

This is an online course.

Think back to the last training program that you conducted or attended. What did you learn from that course? How did you (or your students) apply the new skills back in the workplace? Can you tie those results directly back to the training program?

Learner Outcomes

In this course, you will learn how to measure training results using Donald Kirkpatrick’s four-level evaluation model. You will also learn about essential tools and techniques, including cost-benefit analysis and return on investment.


Section - BUS4934-001

Quickbooks

This class is the desktop version of Quickbooks.

This class is designed for entrepreneurs and small business people who want to increase their accounting skills through using the applications of QuickBooks 2015.  During the hands-on class sessions you will cover chart of accounts set-up, cash receipts and accounts receivable, cash disbursements and accounts payable.  Also covered will be inventory, Hawaii Excise tax reporting and customizing invoices for your business.  While the 2015 version is used for the class, you can apply this knowledge to any version of QuickBooks.  Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that people taking this class have computer knowledge and skills and have prior accounting experience or have completed a Financial Accounting class. 


Section - COM4500-019

General Computing

Basic Office Skills

This will be a Zoom class only: Mondays & Wednesdays; 5:00-8:30pm & Saturdays 9:00-3:00pm

The Office Skills training program offers an opportunity for unprepared and under-prepared adults to obtain entry-level skills necessary for a position as a clerical associate in an office setting.  This complete course includes basic office skills, such as: office machines/phone general overview, computer application skills, such as: spreadsheet, data entry, filing, business document basics, and keyboarding.  In addition, students will receive assistance in producing a resume for print and posting on the HireNet system.

Generic Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities of a clerical associate include serving as a receptionist, data entry, using fax and photocopying machines, filing, business correspondence and filing, and maintaining accounts. Other pertinent skills are typing and a reliable working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Outcomes
At the end of the class, the student will receive a Certificate of Professional Development, a Typing Certificate, suitable as an attachment to their resume with 1 printed copy of their resume, a posted version uploaded to HireNet, and a digital copy

Curriculum
Basic Office Skills

Students will gain a general knowledge of office equipment, including copy and fax machines as well as using in-depth techniques in organizational file management.

Business Writing

This segment will focus on using the Gregg Manual to learn basic grammar rules for business writing.  Also, during this time students will refine, produce, and publish their resume.

Keyboarding Skills

The provided online software covers basic operational procedures of keyboarding with the goal of attaining the minimum speed necessary for basic entry level employment.  Students will use the software provided to work at home and in the classroom (arrangements can be made for a study location if the student does not have access to a computer).

Office Computer Skills

This segment focuses on using computers and software in the office setting.  Classes will develop students’ computer technology proficiency.  Practical hands-on training includes how to use basic Microsoft Windows’ techniques, create electronic spreadsheets and word processing documents.


Section - BUS4012-016

Excel 2016, Level 1

Introductory Excel 2016 will cover the different features of the interface, give a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, it will also teach users how to print, cover some simple scenarios, and cover the basics of formatting. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulae, making their look professional and presentable, and then saving and printing the spreadsheet.


Section - COM4001-028

Quickbooks

This class is the desktop version of Quickbooks.

This class is designed for entrepreneurs and small business people who want to increase their accounting skills through using the applications of QuickBooks 2015.  During the hands-on class sessions you will cover chart of accounts set-up, cash receipts and accounts receivable, cash disbursements and accounts payable.  Also covered will be inventory, Hawaii Excise tax reporting and customizing invoices for your business.  While the 2015 version is used for the class, you can apply this knowledge to any version of QuickBooks.  Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that people taking this class have computer knowledge and skills and have prior accounting experience or have completed a Financial Accounting class. 


Section - COM4500-019

Telecommunications

Basic Office Skills

This will be a Zoom class only: Mondays & Wednesdays; 5:00-8:30pm & Saturdays 9:00-3:00pm

The Office Skills training program offers an opportunity for unprepared and under-prepared adults to obtain entry-level skills necessary for a position as a clerical associate in an office setting.  This complete course includes basic office skills, such as: office machines/phone general overview, computer application skills, such as: spreadsheet, data entry, filing, business document basics, and keyboarding.  In addition, students will receive assistance in producing a resume for print and posting on the HireNet system.

Generic Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities of a clerical associate include serving as a receptionist, data entry, using fax and photocopying machines, filing, business correspondence and filing, and maintaining accounts. Other pertinent skills are typing and a reliable working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Outcomes
At the end of the class, the student will receive a Certificate of Professional Development, a Typing Certificate, suitable as an attachment to their resume with 1 printed copy of their resume, a posted version uploaded to HireNet, and a digital copy

Curriculum
Basic Office Skills

Students will gain a general knowledge of office equipment, including copy and fax machines as well as using in-depth techniques in organizational file management.

Business Writing

This segment will focus on using the Gregg Manual to learn basic grammar rules for business writing.  Also, during this time students will refine, produce, and publish their resume.

Keyboarding Skills

The provided online software covers basic operational procedures of keyboarding with the goal of attaining the minimum speed necessary for basic entry level employment.  Students will use the software provided to work at home and in the classroom (arrangements can be made for a study location if the student does not have access to a computer).

Office Computer Skills

This segment focuses on using computers and software in the office setting.  Classes will develop students’ computer technology proficiency.  Practical hands-on training includes how to use basic Microsoft Windows’ techniques, create electronic spreadsheets and word processing documents.


Section - BUS4012-016

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