This seminar was designed to build upon the principles introduced in the QuickBooks for Beginners seminar and will discuss the following topics: – Creating & Setting up a Company – Working With Lists – Working with Bank Accounts – Using Other Accounts in QuickBooks – Entering Sales Information – Receiving Payments & Making Deposits – Entering and Paying Bills – Your Options With QuickBooks Payroll – Analyzing Job Cost & Financial Data Note: This QuickBooks course is instructed using the Desktop version of QuickBooks.
Are you experienced? Several employers will be onsite at the 2018 Made in the High Desert Job Fair. This event is by INVITATION ONLY! We're looking for experienced... • Fabricators • Brazers/Welders (AWS and LA Certified especially) • Millwrights (with more than 5 years strongly encouraged to apply • Machinists • Quality Control Specialists. To get your invitation AND if you have the experience we're looking for please call 760-552-6550 and ask to be screened for the 2018 Made in the High Desert Job Fair.
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This one day workshop will familiarize participants with the components and operation of the hydrogen system on the Toyota Mirai. An alternative fuel curriculum and shop activities to integrate into participants' curricula will be offered and discussed. Lunch provided. Faculty will receive a Fluke 1587 meter for attending (one unit per school)
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This seminar will offer a basic overview of accounting and finance principles for small business, providing the framework to make timelier and accurate business decisions. This workshop will cover topics such as Accounting Methods, Financial Statements, Ratio Analysis, Vertical Analysis and Cash Flow. Parking Information: The City of San Bernardino Training Center is located on the 2nd Floor of 201 North “E” Street. Accessing the building is best by parking on the 5th floor of the “free” parking structure, nearest 201 North “E” Street. From this parking area, you will enter the building on the 3rd floor. Proceed to the elevator at the end of the hall and take it to the 2nd floor.
Please join us for invigorating conversations, bringing together educators and business professionals, to discover the latest ICT trends, industry demands, employment skills needed, and training practices.
Goal: To design curricula and programs responsive to industry needs; preparing a highly-skilled workforce.
Educators: This regional meeting will meet and exceed CTE Grant Advisory Requirements.
Industry: Your partnership is critical in building a Strong Workforce, please join us!
Registration and parking are free. Continental breakfast and buffet style lunch will be served. (Check-in and continental breakfast from 9:30 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.)
What to Bring: Please bring 50-60 copies of any handouts you would like to share with the group.
For questions or to add an item to the agenda, please contact Rachael Brown ([email protected]) or Gina Bogna ([email protected]).
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The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is hosting a meeting in Ontario this spring. On March 2, 2018 C-ID is holding a Discipline Input Group (DIG), at which faculty will convene to begin a discussion Regarding the creation of model curriculum for certificates in their discipline as well as determine whether C-ID descriptors are appropriate. There is no fee to attend and a light breakfast as well as lunch will be provided.
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Frisbie Middle School is planning our annual College and Career Exploration Day on, March 14th, 2018. We are looking for representatives from different careers that can come to our school and inform our students on the details of your career. The event will begin promptly at 8:00A.M. and will conclude at 11:00 A.M. We will be offering a continental breakfast in the morning and a luncheon in the afternoon.
We are asking that our participants speak to a classroom of students in order to inspire and motivate them to start thinking about their future. We would love for you to share your personal stories as well as information regarding your career.
Initial plans for the conference include:
Expanded pre-conference sessions, Employer and educator strands, Interactive workshop sessions, Dynamic speakers, and lots of time for networking...
The Annual Student Success Awards event recognizes ROP students who have been nominated by their instructors for their course accomplishments as well as present awards to scholarship winners. This event supported by families, instructors, administrators, legislators, business, and more.
This is a one-day Technology Awareness activity for Middle and High School Girls within San Bernardino County. This activity will increase young women's awareness of IT careers by providing hands-on activities.View Flyer Register for Events
This is a special event for Information and Communication Technologies and Digital Media Faculty and Business Faculty. This year we are including a look at the ever incresing role of freelance in the digital media world. Understanding the power of digital media in the business world opens new vistas of innovation, opportunity and success for our students. We are setting up a great lineup of speakers and tracks to help you keep up with the ever changing world of digital media and business.
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