Part-time Accounting Certificate
Part-time Accounting Certificate
Our Part-time Accounting Certificate program focuses on the key basics of Accounting. Students will be introduced to a variety of Accounting concepts and topics, as well as, tax and business law. In addition, this program will also equip students with critical skills in mainstream accounting software such as Quickbooks and Sage 50.
The Part-time Accounting Certificate program is designed to help individuals who are new to accounting and hope to learn about its concepts and gain more exposure to the field of Accounting. This program is suitable for students with no prior accounting experience, as well as working professionals due to the flexible class schedule.
Part-time Accounting Program Duration
Each course runs for 20 hours over 4 weeks. Students taking all 8 courses will spend a total of 32 weeks in the program.
Create Career Opportunities
- Accounting Assistant
- Accounting Clerk
- Receivable Clerk
- Payable Clerk
- Tax Clerk
Academic Admission Requirement
- Students must be 19 years of age or over on the first day of class
- Minimum High School Graduate or equivalent
- Completion of an approved English test, successful assessment by Create Career College, or completion of the CCC’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course.
- TOEFL iBT a minimum score of 60; IELTS academic a minimum score of 4.5; or
- Successful completion of Grade 12 from a Canadian High School or equivalent,
- A score of 60% on the Create Career College English Placement Test, or
- Completion of Create Career College’s English as Academic Purposes (EAP) EAP is a prerequisite language program designed for international students who want to enroll in academic or vocational courses at Create Career College or Lakeland College in Alberta
The main objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the Canadian payroll system. The course will provide an overview of the requirements for processing payroll calculation and administrating the payroll to employees, government agencies and other parties in compliance with Canadian laws, regulations, and contractual arrangements.
The main objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the Canadian taxation system. The course will provide an overview of the key concepts and practices of taxation. A variety of topics will be discussed including personal tax, corporate tax, GST/PST, and the preparation of T1 and T2 Tax returns.
This course is focused on introducing students to business or corporate finance. Students will study how major decisions are made by financial professionals. The course includes a variety of topics, including the determinants of interest rates; security valuation; capital budgeting and cash flow estimation; determining the cost of capital; capital structure; dividend policy; working capital management; derivatives; and financial planning.
Accounting is one of the most important functions at the business workplace. Accounting information plays an important role throughout the business organization by feeding information for decision making. This course is designed for the students who want to understand the accounting function of a business in the modern environment, at a national or international level. After completion of this course, students will have a basic knowledge of the accounting cycle and accounting for current assets.
This course is a continuum of Financial Accounting 1 and expands knowledge of accounting based on the structure of the balance sheet. Upon completion of this course, the successful student will have accounting knowledge, and skills related to long-term assets, current liabilities, long-term liabilities and owner’s equity with performance analysis.
Management Accounting helps decision-makers in business processes. This is an introductory course relating to key concepts and practices of management accounting with emphasis on the decision-making approach. The main objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of an affiliated field of financial accounting. This course will help students to relate management accounting decisions to the company’s success. This course included topics on cost accounting fundamentals, costing methods, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting and control, and information for management control and decision analysis. The student will be able to apply most of the concept learned in previous accounting and finance courses.
Managing one’s own business or working at the workplace as a manager or employee, has a number of aspects that should be taken care of the legal perspective. If these aspects re not been taken care of properly, these can harm the business with a big amount of liabilities and can result in the shutdown of business or incur personal liabilities. The course on Business Law in Canada introduces the basics of business law to students to prepare them for business problems relating to legal issues.
This course will provide students with an opportunity to get equipped with the latest instruments used in the field of accounting. Most of the small businesses in Canada are using QuickBooks for accounting purposes. QuickBooks will provide them an opportunity to create an output, based on the data they need to track in their business.
This course will provide students with an opportunity to get equipped with the latest instruments used in the field of accounting. Sage 50 is an easy-to-use desktop accounting software, primarily for growing small businesses, but can also be used for big business accounting. It includes standard accounting such as accounts payables, accounts receivable, bill payments and cash flow management.
This course introduces students to one of the most widely used business applications. Students will use PowerPoint to create various presentations. Students will learn how to create presentation slides, using text, images, audio and video files.
Part-time Accounting Program Start Dates
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Part-time Accounting Program Class Schedule
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