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QuickBooks 2016 Series
with ed 2go, Kittery Adult Education
Whether you're a small business owner or an accountant in need of a QuickBooks refresher, this series of courses will teach you the skills you need to navigate the latest version of the software like a pro.
These courses cover everything from creating statements to more advanced functions, including batch invoicing and report generation. And, when you purchase both courses together, you can get them at a discounted rate!
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Quickbooks 2019 Series
with Scott Paxton, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
Understanding QuickBooks is one of the top skills a small business owner needs to successfully run their business. If you are a busy professional that wants to oversee your bookkeeping and accounting, the QuickBooks 2019 Series will teach you how to use this popular accounting software.
Introduction to QuickBooks 2019
The introductory course will teach you the basics of QuickBooks 2019. You will learn how to reconcile accounts, enter and pay bills, track inventory, and generate reports. By course completion, you will know how to automate several common bookkeeping tasks, and ultimately streamline your business.
Intermediate QuickBooks 2019
Many experienced QuickBooks users often struggle when applying certain business situations to QuickBooks. The Intermediate course will teach you more in-depth features and applications, which is ideal if your business is growing. It is designed for those QuickBooks users that have a firm understanding of the basics, or those that successfully completed the Introduction to QuickBooks course.
These courses must be taken on a PC device. A Mac OS is not compatible.
This course has rolling start dates. Click here to view dates, read the syllabus and instructor information, and register.
Running Hill Toastmasters Club - postponed
with Scott Nailor, Scarborough Adult Learning Center
This program postponed until school reopens and/or per your facilitator
Polish your communication skills. Learn how to plan and conduct effective meetings, practice giving impromptu and prepared speeches, offer and receive constructive feedback, and boost your overall communication and leadership skills – a great opportunity to build confidence and practice networking with a fun, small, supportive group of people. Visit us to learn how we can help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Learn more at runninghill.toastmastersclubs.org. Scott Nailor is English Department Chair at Scarborough High School and is a coordinating member of this local club.
Second and fourth Wed of the month, 6:00 to 7:30 pm, Room D104, Scarborough High,
FREE, no registration required, contact us to join any time
Facilitator: Scott Nailor