BASIC BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING
This beginner’s course focuses on the accounting cycle of a service business. Learn how to analyse transactions to be entered in the general journal, how to post to ledger accounts, and how to prepare a trial balance. Payroll entries and government reporting requirements will be briefly covered. At the end of the course you will be able to calculate the adjusting entries for capital cost allowance, prepare a worksheet and financial statements, and close the appropriate ledger accounts. Supplies are included in the course fee.
|Thu Sep 26-Nov 28||7-9 pm||10 classes||$120.00 + HST|
|Wellington Ctre for Con Ed – Rm 8||Rosa Maria Melendez||PR-5268|
IS ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR ME?
In this practical exploration, we’ll discuss what it means to be an entrepreneur, myths and truths about starting a business and provide a roadmap to starting a small business. Students will explore this through lecture, discussion, activity and panel guests.
|Tue Oct 22||6-9 pm||1 class||$32.00 + HST|
|Centennial CVI – Rm C123||Tim Campbell||PR-5300|
PUBLIC SPEAKING – AN INTRODUCTION
Breathing, articulation, enunciation, projection, relaxation, posture, content, presence, audience…so much to remember! Many things can go wrong while speaking, not to mention the feeling of ‘I’m scared stiff.’ Bring along a presentation you have been working on or let the instructor encourage you to use some material he will have available. Who knew public speaking was FUN! For information about the instructor, please visit www.jwalkguelph.blogspot.com.
|Thu Sep 26||6:30-9:30pm||1 class||$32.00 + HST|
|Centennial CVI – Rm B118||Jay Wilson||PR-5180|