If you are looking to become a professional bookkeeper, the Book keeping Program is for you. It will provide you with the skills and knowledge that you need to be success. The program is easy to use and gives you practical, applied training in the following areas, and many more.
Generating balance sheets and statements of income Equity of the owner, including assets and liabilities Fundamentals of keeping records, a ledger, and a T-account Revenue, accounting expenses, and trial balance Payroll accounting, accounting programs, and wholesale.
A book keeping program will give you many opportunities, including: Qualifying for positions at financial institutions, businesses, and other organizations. Qualifying for positions that deal with payroll, recording of transactions, or production of financial statements.
Duration: 1 week
Course Fee: NGN 20,000.00
Venue: Simptutor Training Center | This course could also be taken at your preferred location (extra fee may apply)
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