Beginning Bookkeeping With Quickbooks 2014 (037804)
Get the Word Out! (038353)
Dates: May 8th and 9th
Days: Friday and Saturday
Class Limit: 26
Instructor: Tracy O’Connell
Do you want to promote a small business, non-profit, or perhaps yourself? This course taught by a lifelong public relations professional will show you how to attract media attention, identify the people you want to communicate with, build a following online, establish yourself as an expert, and bring people to your business or event.
Community and Social Services Training (038639)
Dates: May 18 - July 22, 2015
Days: Mondays and Wednesdays
Time: 8:30am -12:30pm
Class Limit: 16
Location: 525 D Street, Eureka; Room: 111& 105
Instructor: Ali Lee
This course is designed to quickly train people for entry into service vocations. Employment relating to this training can be found in the healthcare, education, non-profit, and government sectors in such positions as case managers, client advocates, eligibility workers, respite workers, client support workers, and more.
This Community & Social Service training will prepare students to negotiate social systems and the regulations and confidentiality that govern them, to set and maintain professional boundaries, to understand the cultural and social influences that can affect persons in need, as well as help trainees to develop the self-awareness and empathy required for service work. In addition to classroom instruction, students will receive hands-on experience through a 6-week, community-based externship*. This training is designed for both individuals with no prior experience as well as those looking to augment previous social service training or work experience.
Funds to assist with costs are available to qualifying low-income or laid-off workers. The deadline to apply for these funds is May 4th, 2015. For more details call the Job Market at 441-JOBS (5627) or check the website at www.thejobmarket.org
*Background, drug screenings, and entry requirements for externships may be required.
Intermediate Bookkeeping with Quickbooks 2014 (038605)
Intermediate Bookkeeping delves into a deeper exploration of the full-charge bookkeeper. This class gets hands-on with inventory, depreciation, calculating payroll, job tracking, reports, and standard controls for the professional bookkeeper in a small business or entrepreneurial setting.
Great for students with some basic experience in the bookkeeping field.
Objectives for Course:
- Understand and
apply the basics of the accounting cycle through the trial balance.
Microsoft Office Publisher for Beginners (038678)
Dates: June 9, 2015 & June 16, 2015
Time: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Class Limit: 16
Location: CR Community Education Computer Lab, 525 D street Eureka
Instructor: Kathryn Bridgewater
Excel 2012: Build a Budget (038422)
Want to put this year’s budget in your boss’s email box in an impressive Excel spreadsheet complete with calculations? Or how about building that Excel budget into a Google Docs environment where everyone can easily contribute? This is the class that can deliver on Excel skill-building needs plus impressions of good technology skills.
Objectives for course:
- How to apply simple
formulas and build equations.
If your specific business training needs are not listed above, or you need help identifying them through consultation, contact us about our many different customized training program options.
Contact College of the Redwoods
Community & Economic Development
525 D Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Phone: 707.476.4500 Fax: 707.443.3417