The Northwest Small Business Development Center is offering a five-hour introduction to Intuit’s QuickBooks accounting software, March 20 at Northwest Technical College.
The training, intended for users with little experience with book keeping or with QuickBooks, will be held from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in Northwest Technical College room 322. The cost is $149, which includes a boxed lunch, beverages, snacks and course materials. Pre-registration is required and participation is limited to 25 students.
The seminar will include demonstrations on how to set up QuickBooks and its various features. Using a sample company, students will learn different types of account information that can be charted using QuickBooks, how to add new accounts and how to track customers and vendors. Students also will learn the basics of financial statement preparation, how to set up a petty cash account, depreciation and adjusting entries, and a variety of other tasks.
To register for the workshops, contact Amanda Nygaard at the Northwest Small Business Development Center, email@example.com, (218) 299-3037.
To learn more, contact the Northwest Small Business Development Center, (218) 755-4255, http://www.offuttschoolofbusiness.org/nwsbdc.
ABOUT THE SBDC
The Northwest Minnesota Small Business Development Center is one of nine regional offices throughout the state of Minnesota providing free, confidential, one-on-one business consulting services to existing and start-up businesses on a variety of business topics. The centers are a federal, state and locally funded program. The centers are hosted by Concordia College Offutt School of Business; the Northwest Minnesota Small Business Development Center has an office on the campus of Northwest Technical College in Bemidji. For more information, visit cord.edu/sbdc.
About Northwest Technical College
Northwest Technical College, located in northern Minnesota’s lake district, is an open, inviting technological learning organization. For more than 40 years, the college has valued life-long learning and the worth and dignity of all people. Its open-enrollment policy, affordable tuition and high-quality education have attracted a diverse group of learners; today, the College serves more than 1,600 learners. The college offers more than 40 degree programs in areas such as business, health, human and protective services and environmental and industrial technology career programs. Classes are offered on the Bemidji campus, online, or as a combination of both. NTC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. For more, visit http://www.ntcmn.edu.