Accounting in the Changing Business Environment Training
Learn to Think Like Business Professionals
This course transitions accountants from a knowledge of recording and reporting business transactions to analyzing and interpreting business information.
Accounting process automation, which includes automated data capture, data analytics, and artificial intelligence, is transforming bookkeeping and accounting. Technology has greatly reduced or eliminated the need for humans to perform recording and reporting procedures. Rather than gathering information, today's accountants are now required to understand, analyze, and interpret information. Instead of performing recording and reporting procedures, accountants must learn to think like business professionals.
The course is a fourteen-week course (one session per week). However, the course is an online, self-study, self-paced course. Therefore, the length of the course is determined by the time you dedicate to the course and your understanding of modern bookkeeping and accounting.
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If you purchase the course after 5:00 pm MT (4:00 pm PT, 6:00 pm CT, 7:00 pm ET), we email course access and instructions the next business day. We are closed on weekends and major holidays.
The access code provides you access to the course for 6 months beginning from the time you access the course.
The Certified Accounting Paraprofessional (CAP) license enables you to place "CAP" behind your name and communicate your accounting knowledge, skill, experience, and ethics to employers or clients. The license distinguishes you from your competition, builds credibility, validates knowledge, demonstrates skill, verifies experience, and confirms professional ethics. The license is included in our Accounting Paraprofessional Career Program and required for the Accounting Network.
Accounting gathers, analyzes, and communicates business financial information. The primary financial information is the company's financial position, profit, and cash flows. Small business owners should use this information to increase their financial position, profit, and cash flows.
Accounting in the Changing Business Environment Course
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