Administrative Accounting Clerk
Does working in an entry-level accounting environment interest you? As a growing industry, the need for accounting clerks is higher than ever before.
With Stellar Career College, you can learn the necessary skills and knowledge needed to work in virtually any customer service, office, or entry-level accounting environment. Focusing on accounting and computer applications, these administrative and bookkeeping courses are designed to help you find the accounting clerk position of your dreams.
Enabling students to focus on the task at hand, we offer individualized assistance to help you accomplish your administrative and bookkeeping courses, establishing a foundation for a successful accounting profession and stable, in-demand career choice.
While in our Administrative Accounting Clerk I program, you learn both manual and computerized general accounting principles through an exclusive hands-on approach in small groups.
Administrative Accounting Clerk II courses focus on putting your new skills to work by expanding your knowledge of bookkeeping, payroll, accounting, and auditing.
Program duration is 18 weeks for full time and 36 weeks for part time students
Hands-on training includes accounting principles, Bookkeeping, QuickBooks , Accounts Receivable/Payable, Payroll, balancing checkbooks, preparing depreciation schedules, preparation of income statements and balance sheet.
Programincludes: Microsoft Word, Excel, 10-Key, Keyboarding, Skills Bank, Business Simulations
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You may be well-suited for a career in accounting if you:
Desire a job with a good starting salary and potential for advancement.
Like working with people in an office setting.
Can effectively follow instructions and assume responsibility.
Enjoy working with numbers and are detail-oriented and organized.
Would like to combine your accounting skills with state-of-the-art computer technology.
Employment prospects for entry-level jobs are competitive. Because of this, you should be prepared academically and you must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and strong computer skills.
To advance in the accounting field, you should plan to continue your education after completing your initial program of study.