The CTE Academy Bookkeeping program prepares students for a number of jobs in financial transactions, reporting procedures, and reconciliation. The academy encourages co-enrollment in all of the courses in the program. You can take classes on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired bookkeeping skills into action.
|Semester 1 (18 Weeks)|
|CIS-7-L01||Computer Concepts||D. Rengh||Mon & Wed|
|BUS-55-L01||Bookkeeping||A. Oliveira||Mon & Wed|
|BUS-13A-L01||Word for Windows I||G. Fogel||Mon & Wed|
|BUS-13B-L01||Word for Windows II||G. Fogel||Mon & Wed|
|CIS-34-L01||Introduction to Spreadsheets||F. Rengh||Mon & Wed|
|Semester 2 (18 Weeks)|
|BUS-74-L01||Computerized Accounting (Quickbooks)||A. Oliveira||Tues & Thurs|
|BUS-28-L01||Business Communication||Tues & Thurs|
|BUS-24-L01||Business Mathematics||B. Kron||Tues & Thurs|
|BUS-20-L01||Introduction to Business||M. Paden||Tues & Thurs|
|Cooperative Work Experience Education|
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Basic accounting and bookkeeping are the core to understanding how businesses, families, government, and communities manage their finances. This type of training prepares students for many occupations including but not limited to, bookkeeping/accounting, retail sales, small business entrepreneurship, banking, financial management, and a variety of government and institutional jobs.
Bookkeeping is the foundation of sound financial management in every business and organization. The ability to know and convey understanding of financial management is a major component of success in business.View Labor Market Summary Guide
It's About Jobs. The Career Technical Education (CTE) academies at West Hills College Lemoore are a series of technical courses that are sequenced in a student-friendly format and specifically designed to prepare you for a job in the workforce.