Workforce Services

Fall 2014

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13 PVCC DIGITAL FALL 2014 Workforce Services Class Schedule workforce@pvcc.edu l www.pvcc.edu/workforceservices or 434.961.5354 Creative Financing: Attracting Money Into Your Life and Business Take the Money Drunk Quiz to reveal your beliefs about money and finance. Discover what your Money Blueprint is set for - your verbal programming, modeling behavior and whether your blueprint sets you up for success or failure. See creative ways to finance your life and business other than through a financial institution. 46263 FINL M 8/11 6-9 p.m. RM 116 Brezinski $69 58610 FINL S 10/25 9 a.m.-noon RM 127 Brezinski $69 Passport to Retirement Did the financial events of the past few years affect your retirement plans? Are you saving enough? Where will your income come from? It's not too late to learn how to set realistic retirement goals and assess their cost, identify your income options, learn where to invest now for your future and how to protect your wealth and provide for your family and heirs. Get retirement ready and be better prepared to make sound financial decisions. Your registration fee includes an in-depth workbook and retirement planning data form. You may bring one guest at no additional charge. 58651 BUSC TH 9/18-10/2 6-8:30 p.m. RM 131 Bays $75 Finance for Non-Financial Managers This class covers everything that nonfinancial managers need to know in order to function effectively as managers. Topics covered are key finance terms, accounting principles, key ratios and ratio analysis, debt versus equity financing, basic budgeting, cost accounting, financial controls, interpreting financial statements, annual reports, finance and strategic planning, constructing a balanced scorecard, internal and external audits and much more! This class is designed for nonfinancial managers in all departments and in businesses of all sizes. 58612 FINL M 9/22-10/13 8:30 a.m.-11:30 p.m. RM 127 Jackameit $299 Keeping the Books Review double-entry bookkeeping, chart of accounts, cash receipts and disbursements, journal entries and financial reports for a basic understanding of the financial controls required for business. Please bring a calculator to class. ACCT TBA RM 129 $59 QuickBooks for Beginners – Part 1 Learn to set up QuickBooks including customer and vendor lists, registers, bank and credit card accounts, sales and payment, bills and reports. Prerequisite: Keeping the Books or experience with bookkeeping terms and practices. ACCT TBA RM 129 $129 QuickBooks for Beginners – Part 2 See how to set up inventory, track and pay sales tax, do payroll and more. Prerequisite: QuickBooks for Beginners – Part I. ACCT TBA RM 129 $129 Accounting/Financial

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