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KEYBOARDING - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Tina Strong

The focus of this course will be on speed, accuracy, and hand positioning on a standard keyboard. The goal is to achieve 50-60 wpm with 75% accuracy. This course is designed for existing users as well as beginners to provide the skills necessary to improve their proficiency in keyboarding. This course is self-directed with instructor's feedback.


EXCEL 2016 - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Tina Strong

This course is designed for beginner to intermediate level individuals with a basic understanding of Microsoft Excel. You will learn the concept of a spreadsheet and how to organize, analyze, and present data such as budgets or sales reports. Learn to customize spreadsheets to suit your needs.


PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING AND PROMOTION - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Greg Marsh

No one is going to buy your product or service, attend your event, or visit your location just because you are a nice person. They need to see the benefit to their action. Marketing is a useful tool (part science, part art) that anyone can ethically use to increase the likelihood of being successful in business and in life. The Principles of Marketing apply equally well to landing a job or having a successful yard sale as it does to selling a soft drink or some widget.

This class will coach students to apply marketing principles to their lives and business. Stop wondering why your event or business is not as successful as you hoped. Instead, learn how to make marketing work for you.


BUSINESS ACCOUNTING - LEVEL I - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

Business Accounting Level One will provide students with the fundamentals and practical applications of basic accounting. Students will learn accounting procedures and practices necessary in any small business. This course will cover the accounting cycle consisting of: accounting terminology, originating source documents, journalizing, PST and GST, posting, preparing a trial balance, income statement, a classified balance sheet and closing entries. No previous accounting experience required. Excel will be used as a tool to assist in reinforcing accounting concepts learned. A textbook and workbook are required. The same textbook is used for Business Accounting Level Two. Please bring a memory stick to class.

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$340 ($190 course fee plus $150 for the textbook and study guide/workbook)


BUSINESS ACCOUNTING LEVEL II - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

This course is a continuation of the introductory Business Accounting Level One course. Topics covered will be: inventory control and period ending adjustments for a merchandising company, cash control and banking, sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporation accounting and payroll accounting. Excel will be used as a tool to assist in reinforcing accounting concepts learned. The textbook and workbook used in Business Accounting Level One will be used for the Business Accounting Level Two course. Sage 50 Accounting will be introduced. The topics covered in Sage 50 Accounting will be the General Module (General Journal), the Payables Module and the Receivables Module. Please bring a memory stick to class. Bringing a laptop is recommended for Sage 50 but is not required, as computers are available at the school.

Requirements

Business Accounting Level I

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Please bring a memory stick to class. Bringing a laptop is recommended for Sage 50 but is not required, as computers are available at the school.


STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

Are you interested in learning the procedures necessary to set up your own business? This course will take you step-by-step through the following: the business planning process, legal structures of business, financing your business, evaluating opportunities, taxation, financing requirements, accounting and bookkeeping rules, GST and PST, market research, marketing your business, starting a small business in Manitoba and more. Please bring a binder to class.

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Please note: Completion of this course satisfies the training requirement for the Manitoba Business Start Loan Guarantee Program and the Rural Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (REA).

B2 - W20 - | $184.00 (includes GST)
Dakota Collegiate, Louis Riel School Division - Room 119
Jan. 22 - Mar. 4 | W | 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS - CANCELLED

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

Learn the procedures necessary to set up your own business. This course will guide you step-by-step through: the business planning process, legal structures of business, financing your business, evaluating opportunities, taxation, financing requirements, accounting and bookkeeping rules, GST and PST, market research, marketing your business, starting a small business in Manitoba and more. Please bring a binder to class.

Please Note:

Completion of this course satisfies the training requirement for the Manitoba Business Start Loan Guarantee Program and the Rural Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (REA).