FLUSHING: 36-60 Main St, 4th FL, Flushing, NY 11354 (718) 661-9771 MANHATTAN: 545 8th Ave #1210, New York, NY 10018 (212) 868-5990

Bookkeeping with Business Communication

Bridge the gap between academics and skills sought after in the industry

Course Description: This course is designed for students who would like to obtain a career in bookkeeping and to enhance their business communication skills especially in writing. The program commences with 300 hours of Business Communication instructions to make students explore typical business issues and to help build a professional standard of language needed to communicate in the modern world of business. The student will also be introduced to software that are in high demand in any business dealing with word processing, spreadsheet data analysis, customized presentations and electronic mail messaging. The student applies knowledge learned in the classroom to office accounting procedures, along with specific professional software utilities such as QuickBooks.

Bookkeeping with business communication course is designed for professionals looking to advance their career, prepare for a superior professional designation, or simply earn a certification that is acclaimed worldwide. In addition, the course helps students polish their business communication skills, especially in writing. The bookkeeping course covers business communication, bookkeeping, leadership, business analysis, relationship building, adaptability, time management, and project management.

Why choose ACS.edu?

We pride on having a team of qualified instructors with good industry experience to ensure you get result-oriented professional training that can help you sharpen your professional skills to boost your resume. In addition, our programs are offered in flexible schedules to make sure you get the comfort of choosing a time that best suits your needs.

The ACS.edu learning centre at our Flushing location in Queens is easily approachable by buses and trains to save your time and facilitate hassle-free transportation.

We have, over the years, helped hundreds of students gain professional edge to advance their career in the right direction by providing qualitative learning opportunities and job assistance.

Salient features of ACS’s bookkeeping training program

  • Well-planned curriculum
  • Professionally trained and experienced instructors
  • Flexible class schedules
  • State-of-the-art infrastructure
  • Well-planned location – easily accessible by buses and trains

Course Objectives: Students will be trained to grip the latest skills in business communication and Microsoft bookkeeping technologies to advance confidently in the professional world as a bookkeeping specialist.

Course Prerequisite: High School Diploma or equivalent
Course Hours: 900

Business Communication

  • Unit 1: Communication Foundations
  • Unit 2: The Writing Process in the Digital Age
  • Unit 3: Workplace Communication
  • Unit 4: Reports, Proposals, and Presentations
  • Unit 5: Employment Communication

Microsoft Word 2013

  • Unit 1 Editing and Formatting Documents
  • Unit 2 Enhancing and Customizing Documents

Microsoft Excel 2013

  • Unit 1 Preparing and Formatting Worksheets
  • Unit 2 Enhancing the Display of Workbooks

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

  • Unit 1 Creating and Formatting PowerPoint Presentations
  • Unit 2 Customizing and Enhancing PowerPoint Presentations

Microsoft Outlook 2013

  • Unit 1 Outlook 2013 Screen
  • Unit 2 Messages: Basic Tasks
  • Unit 3 Message Window Features
  • Unit 4 Messages: Advanced Tasks
  • Unit 5 Calendar
  • Unit 6 Contacts
  • Unit 7 Tasks and To-Do Items

Microsoft Publisher 2013

  • Unit 1 Publisher 2013 Screen
  • Unit 2 The Fundamentals
  • Unit 3 Formatting
  • Unit 4 Text Boxes
  • Unit 5 Drawing and Graphics

Microsoft OneNote 2013

  • Unit 1 OneNote Screen
  • Unit 2 The Fundamentals
  • Unit 3 Keystroke Shortcuts
  • Unit 4 Notebook Tasks
  • Unit 5 Tagging
  • Unit 6 Sharing
  • Unit 7 Drawing and Graphics

Accounting Fundamental – Basic and Intermediate

  • Part I: Accounting for the Service Business
  • Part II: Accounting for Cash and the Merchandising Business
  • Part III: Accounting for Payroll
  • Part IV: Accounting for Notes and Interest, Bad Debts, Inventory, and Plant Assets and Depreciation
  • Part V: Accounting for Partnerships and Corporations
  • Part VI: Accounting for Decision Making and Manufacturing Operations
  • Part VII: Budgeting, Standard Costs, and Cost Analysis

Accounting with QuickBooks

Payroll

Individual Taxation