A focus on the formulation and enhancement of basic job-entry skills needed as a bookkeeper. Topics covered include journals, ledgers, worksheets, financial statements, and payrolls with an emphasis on the 'how' of recording and posting transactions. Designed for those desiring immediate skills for entry or advancement in the job market. Recommended prior learning: basic math skills. 09/04/2018-12/11/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCcv Online Class, Room ONL
The use of the microcomputer as an accounting tool. Students apply knowledge of accounting principles and computers to operate integrated accounting software for various aspects of accounting: general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, depreciation. 09/04/2018-12/11/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCCV Online Class, Room ONL
This course is an introduction to the industry-standard software package for professional graphic designers for use in digital image manipulation, digital illustration and page layout. Students will learn basic navigating skills within the Adobe Creative Cloud software, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Students will learn how to select, modify, adjust, combine, and manipulate pre-existing digital raster images, as well as the basic method for creating new vector images from scratch. Students will then investigate how these images can be integrated with type to create a page layout. 09/04/2018-12/11/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONL
A study of the patterns and dynamics of human settlement and use of the Earth's surface. Economic, social, and political phenomena are considered. 09/04/2018-12/11/2018 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCcv Online Class, Room ONL