Computerized Accounting Technology Program Includes Quickbooks® Training

quickbooks trainingStudents interested in getting into the field of bookkeeping can complete their training in less than one year

Are you interested in starting a new career? Are you someone who is good with numbers? The Computerized Accounting Technology program at the Harris School of Business is a career-focused program that includes Quickbooks training, and prepares students for positions in the field of bookkeeping and clerking.

Being part of a company’s accounting department is a very important role. All businesses need to keep track of their accounts, and bookkeepers can play a critical part in the process. At the Harris School of Business, you will receive training in the following areas and more:

  • Basic accounting
  • Quickbooks training
  • Understanding financial statements
  • Payroll
  • Invoicing
  • Accounts receivable
  • Vendor transactions
  • Accounts payable
  • Financial reporting
  • Discounts
  • Bank reconciliation

What do bookkeepers do with their Quickbooks training?

The main job of a bookkeeper is to maintain and update financial records. But what does this mean on a day-to-day basis? What kind of tasks would you do on the job? Bookkeepers usually use computerized accounting technology—such as Quickbooks—to handle many of the tasks throughout a typical day. These tasks might include some of the following: (1) making sure that all deposits and payments have been reported correctly (2) billing clients for work that has been completed, (3) allocating funds according to project budgets, (4) remitting payments when they are due, (5) making deposits into the company’s banking institution, (6) organizing employees’ receipts, expenses, and travel vouchers, and (7) purchasing inventory and maintaining an adequate supply of needed items.

What jobs would I be qualified for?

Depending on your level of training, years of experience, and each company’s hiring structure, the job titles may differ. Some examples of position titles for which you may be qualified include:

  • Assistant bookkeeper
  • Bookkeeper
  • Accounting clerk
  • Accounting assistant
  • Audit clerk
  • Payroll clerk/specialist
  • Collections clerk
  • Data entry clerk
  • Office assistant/bookkeeper

How much do bookkeepers make?

Understandably, many people want to know what kind of money they will be making before they decide to enroll in a career training program. One resource that helps you understand the type of pay scale you can expect is the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook. This handbook describes hundreds of careers, and includes data on the median annual wages for many of the professions. Visit the pages on Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks to learn more about what you can expect to earn.

Quickbooks Training and Career Training at the Harris School

If you are interesting in pursuing this type of career, you might want to consider enrolling in the Computerized Accounting Technology program. The Harris School of Business offers this program at two of our New Jersey campuses: our Cherry Hilll campus as well as our Hamilton/Trenton campus.

The Harris School of Businesses offers eight campuses throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Connecticut with a range of program offerings, from medical assistant training and dental assistant training to massage therapy training and medical billing and coding training. Visit our programs page to explore all of the possibilities.

Once you decide to pursue career-focused training, it’s easy to get started. Just call Harris toll-free at 1.800.510.7920. A representative will walk you through the steps it takes to enroll! We hope you find that Harris is the school for you!