News Details[Thursday, January 25, 2018]
Accounting for Non-Accountants Class Offered
A common handicap of many small businesses is the limited lack of core accounting knowledge by the owner and employees. Financial skills are also fundamental to any managerial position in any organization. You don’t need to be an accountant, but to succeed in business, it’s essential to know accounting basics. McHenry County College's Workforce, Community and Business Programs is accepting registrations for the Accounting Basics for the Non-Accountant course, which is ideal for the non-accountant who needs to understand and be confident with accounting and financial reporting concepts. The series will take place from 8:30-11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 31 through Feb. 21.
Using the popular book, “The Accounting Game” by Mullis & Orloff, participants learn the basic skills of accounting and financial concepts in a fun and creative way. Topics will include income, expenses, cost of goods sold, depreciation, inventory valuation, and differences between cash and accrual methods of accounting. Balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows and how they relate to each other and business financial reporting will also be covered. This course is designed for the non-accountant who needs to understand and be confident with accounting and financial reporting concepts.
The fee for this course is $295 and participants can register by calling (815) 455-8588 and referencing course code: NTE S80 002. Online registration is also available at www.mchenry.edu/myMCC and select “Register for Workforce and Community Development” classes. This course will be held at McHenry County College Shah Center, 4100 W. Shamrock Lane in McHenry.
The Workforce, Community and Business Programs courses are also available for on-site training at a company's facility and customizable for their needs. For more information, contact the MCC Shah Center at (815) 455-8593 or email@example.com or at the website: www.shahcenter.mchenry.edu.