The Non-Credit Computer Education Department delivers basic and advanced technology training so you can learn a new skill or earn an industry-recognized credential to level up to your next job.
Many non-degree IT courses align with Wake Tech’s IT degree programs, which means you can take certain “non-degree” course and still earn college credits for that course, if you enroll in a qualifying degree program.
|CompTIA, Cisco, Cybersecurity, Open Technologies||Professional Skills Development (1 to 3-day classes)|
|Office Technology||Software Programming|
|Accounting Technology||Web Design and Development|
|Drafting and Computer-Aided Design (CAD)||Database Administration|
Course Details & Registration Information
- Understand the fundamentals of becoming a Certified Bookkeeper
- Setup and use QuickBooks software in a small business environment
- Demonstrate a basic ability to pass the National Certified Bookkeeper Exam
- Certified Bookkeeper program introduction
- Internal controls and fraud depreciation
- Company payroll.
- Depreciation for financial statements and taxes.
- Recording and costing out of merchandise inventory.
- Correction of accounting errors and bank reconciliation
- Accruals, deferrals, and the adjusted trial balance
- Mock exam
- know basic bookkeeping, including double-entry accounting, before undertaking certification;
- pass a national exam in advanced bookkeeping at Prometric Test Centers;
- have at least 3,000 hours (2 years) of on-the-job experience in bookkeeping;
- sign a Code of Ethics that assures commitment to integrity;
- constantly update skills by earning 20 Continuing Education Credits every year.
- Attendance 90% or above
- Demonstrate an understanding of at least 70% of course material taught.
- Assistant Bookkeeper
- Certified Bookkeeper
- Bookkeeping Fundamentals Using QuickBooks - SEF-3001HQ2