/Events

Jan
21
Tue
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Levine Campus Room 2105
Jan 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstration of Skills: Yes
  • Class Participation: Yes
Jan
22
Wed
Is Starting a Business Right For You? The Basics @ SBA
Jan 22 @ 12:45 pm – 3:00 pm

Is Starting a Business Right for You?

 Session 1:  FREE SCORE Charlotte Workshop

This introductory workshop focuses on the Business Start-Up Basics of testing your business idea and identifying the key factors that influence start-up success. The Start-Up Basics Workshop provides you with an overview of the skills and tools you need when deciding to start a business.

In this session, you learn about the advantages and disadvantages of owning a business, the most profitable form for your business, and the fundamentals of formation, organization, marketing, cash flow and funding sources.

Presented by SCORE Charlotte Certified Mentors at no cost to you.

TO REGISTER, GO TO https://charlotte.score.org/local-workshops-4

Jan
23
Thu
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Levine Campus Room 2105
Jan 23 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstration of Skills: Yes
  • Class Participation: Yes
Emotional Intelligence for Business Success 1 @ CPCC Central Campus Hall Bldg. Room 215/Online
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

The business world is full of unexpected surprises and those who learn to use their Emotional Intelligence to navigate through them have been known to have long-term success. This workshop is designed to increase your self-awareness in your role as an entrepreneur, improve your ability to communicate under pressure and help you focus on solutions to bounce back more quickly. You will learn to recognize the emotions of others and use that data to respond, rather than react under pressure.

Speaker(s): Mic Alexander, Image Wealth Management

Pre-registration required

Jan
27
Mon
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Central Campus, Levine Technology Bldg
Jan 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstation of Skills: Yes
  • Class Partcipation: Yes
Jan
29
Wed
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Central Campus, Levine Technology Bldg
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstation of Skills: Yes
  • Class Partcipation: Yes
Jan
30
Thu
Small Business Development @ The Women's Business Center of Charlotte
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Who / Why Should You Attend:  Are you an entrepreneur thinking of starting a business or are you already in business and not sure if you have completed all the necessary steps to be an established entity or successful business? This workshop is designed to help entrepreneurs with start-ups and established businesses to examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market, examine entrepreneur readiness, business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business.

Presenter:  Sonya Miller-Ray

Feb
3
Mon
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Central Campus, Levine Technology Bldg
Feb 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstation of Skills: Yes
  • Class Partcipation: Yes
Feb
4
Tue
Empower U @ CPCC Harris Campus, Building 2 Room 2136
Feb 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Description

Entrepreneurship is more than starting a business. It’s a mindset that can change the way you work and live. Discover the framework for thinking and acting that successful entrepreneurs rely on and learn how it can empower you as a hopeful entrepreneur, business owner or employee. During the program, you will master the entrepreneurial mindset and develop critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills.

This course will utilize the Ice House content and curriculum developed by the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative in partnership with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

Objectives

Upon program completion participants will be able to:

  • demonstrate critical thinking skills enabling them to identify and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities, manage risks and learn from results.
  • describe the process that enables entrepreneurs with limited resources to transform a simple idea into a sustainable success.
  • establish personal goals, identify resources and establish steps to accomplish their goals.
  • develop a personal brand and bolster their professional networks.

Content

Components of an entrepreneurial mindset

1. The Power to Choose

  • Examine beliefs and assumptions that empower entrepreneurs
  • Analyze circumstances surrounding entrepreneurial success and failure
  • Highlight ones ability to enable conscious choices rather than allow circumstances to determine the course of their life.

2. Recognizing Opportunities

  • Utilizing the concept of problem generation to identify opportunities

3. Ideas into Action

  • Think big. Start small. Act Fast.
  • Focusing energy on things you have the power to change
  • Goal setting

4. Pursuit of Knowledge

  • Identify the impact of knowledge applied to the effort
  • Analyze the power of self-directed life-long learning

5, Creating Wealth

  • Key components of financial management
  • Illustrate how entrepreneurs create sustainable wealth regardless of circumstances.

6. Building Your Brand

  • The individual as the brand.
  • The importance of reliability as a key to building a successful and sustainable brand.

7. Creating Community

  • Learn how to connect and collaborate with innovators, entrepreneurs, mentors, trusted advisors, and community leaders.

8. The Power of Persistence

  • Tactics to withstand the challenges, setbacks, and self-doubt.
  • Entrepreneurs don’t “get rich quick.”

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills to access online course materials.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, in-class discussion, peer groups, online video content

Evaluation

Class participation

Feb
5
Wed
QuickBooks Level 1 @ CPCC Central Campus, Levine Technology Bldg
Feb 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Description

Discover how to manage and maintain your business finances by automating your accounting and financial reporting functions. Use this computerized program to set your company’s chart of accounts, receive payments, pay bills, create lists, track cash sales, enter bills, create invoices, make deposits, reconcile bank accounts and write checks in order to more easily manage your financial decisions.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Set up a Chart of Accounts
  • Create Invoices
  • Receive Payments
  • Track Both Cash and Charge Sales
  • Make Deposits
  • Pay Bills
  • Create Lists
  • Reconcile Bank Accounts
  • Produce Financial Reports

Content

  1. Class Introduction
    • What does your company do?
    • What information will be important to your company
    • Introduction to the QuickBooks navigator
    • Goals/objectives
    • Business terms
    • Using exercise disk
    • Set up a company
      • Use chart of accounts
      • Open cash account
  2. Review company setup and answer questions
    • Lists
    • Creating a company
    • Customer/job
    • Employee
    • Vendor
    • Customized fields
    • Managing lists
    • Working with bank accounts
      • Writing checks
      • Check registers
      • Handwritten checks
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Accounts Payable
    • Entering and paying bills
    • Learn to back up and restore QuickBooks on your computer
  3. Review items
    • Items (creating)
      • Optional (setting up invoices)
      • (selling products)
    • Invoicing for Service
    • Payment processing
  4. Review
    • Optional (payment processing)
    • Reconciling and other accounts (charge cards, etc.)
    • Creating reports/graphs
    • Customizing

Prerequisites

Basic computer skills & some basic accounting are required.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, Hands on

Evaluation

  • Exam: No
  • Demonstation of Skills: Yes
  • Class Partcipation: Yes