Business / Trade SchoolTrades and Courses
Whether it’s learning how to format documents, adjust general journal entries, identify tools for building repair, or prepare food to cook, you will get the chance to develop a core set of skills that will serve you well for years to come.
- Basic Office Skills
- Computerized Office Skills
- Computerized Record Keeping/Booking
- Business Skills in Stock and Inventory
- Building Maintenance / Hospitality Industry
- Food Service and Hospitality
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in basic filing, mail room procedures, photocopying, visual comparisons, use of reference sources, basic math/ calculator skills, fax machine operation, telephone skills, keyboarding and scanning. Simulated work projects for filing, mailroom tasks and basic math applications are graded in line with industry standards.
Computerized Office Skills
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in advanced filing, basic MS Word 2010, intermediate and advanced levels of MS Word 2010, advanced letter formatting, basic business math, basic MS Excel 2010, internet skills/basic internet Outlook usage and data entry. introduction to MS Access and MS PowerPoint.
Computerized Record Keeping/Bookkeeping
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in essential business forms, basic record keeping/bookkeeping skills, QuickBooks, accounting fundamentals, basic MS Word and MS Excel 2010. The student will participate in simulated work situations in record financing, investing and operating of cash and non-cash activities, adjust entries, enter budgeting and create business activity reports.
Business Skills in Stock and Inventory
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in basic Dac Easy-Computerized Stock Inventory application, Business Math calculator use, counting skills and methodology, electronic scale usage, basic MS Excel 2010 and basic business form completion. Supplemental training that is often required for the field are offered in visual comparisons, use of reference sources, keyboarding, data entry, stock related record keeping, cash register operation, scanning on the register and visual merchandising. The student will participate in simulated experiences involving Picking/Packing/Receiving work activities performed in a stock/warehouse setting.
Building Maintenance/ Hospitality Industry
This 26 week course is designed to prepare an individual to work in entry level employment in the hospitality industry; building maintenance occupations. Prerequisite requirements include the physical ability to lift a minimum of 20 lbs. and the capacity for walking, standing, stooping, bending, reaching, crouching, crawling and handling.
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations (OSHA), general cleaning and floor care, customer service, tool identification and usage, basic woodworking, basic painting and building repair, basic plumbing/electric repair and basic inventory of supplies.
Food Service and Hospitality
At the completion of program the student will be proficient in Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations (OSHA), customer service, personal hygiene in the food service environment, food handling regulations based upon industry standards, basic food preparation; hot and cold including serving, menu planning and grill and sandwich counter techniques.