Looking to improve your Excel skills? In four sessions, students will learn to build pivot tables, use database features, manage multiple worksheets, create pick lists and protect formulas. If you have a basic understanding of Excel and want to become more efficient, then this class is for you! Prerequisite: MS Excel, or comparable Excel experience. Must have Excel software on personal devices. Scholarships are not available for this class. Location: Online 4 Sessions.
In this course, students learn how medical terms are analyzed and built, how to pronounce and spell terms, how to apply medical terms as they relate to basic anatomy and physiology, and common diseases of each bodily system. No prior knowledge of biology required. Location: Online 14 Sessions The price of this course does not include a book fee of $50.
Building off of Accounting 1, this course introduces more complex accounting procedures and completes the accounting cycle with a focus on larger publicly-owned merchandising businesses. Worksheets are introduced that assist in the recording of year-end adjustments, closing the company’s books for a reporting period and the final preparation of financial statements. Additionally, interpreting a company’s results of operations through various financial analysis methodologies are taught. Accounting for the company’s payroll is covered as well as the periodic reporting of financial information requirements to the federal government. Internal and external auditing procedures are discussed as well as various career options in the accounting field. Prerequisite: Accounting 1 Location: Online 12 Sessions
This course is for you whether you’re completely new to Microsoft Office or are just looking to refresh your skills for a potential job. Basic computer terminology is covered. Students will become familiar with Word, Excel and PowerPoint, sending and receiving attachments through email and challenges to practice what you’ve learned. Location: Online 12 Sessions
Available for ESOL Level 4 and above. Students in this class will develop techniques and skills that are conducive to building keyboarding speed with a high level of accuracy, including the number keypad. Students will also learn correct techniques of hand placement, proper posture, and ways to avoid repetitive motion problems. Beginning students will learn the keyboard and should be able to type 20 to 30 words per minute (WPM) by course end. Students that already know the keyboard will practice timings and progress to 45 WPM. Location: Online 12 Sessions