IAC University offers QuickBooks training online
IAC Professionals, a global Virtual Assisting company, has launched its new interactive training site, IAC University.
IAC University is a new learning resource for professionals who are looking for training in accounting and Intuit QuickBooks software. IAC University is currently offering three methods for delivery of the training sessions; Web based classrooms, live group classes, and one-on-one training. The classes are designed to be beneficial to small to mid-sized business owners, people considering a startup venture, Virtual Assistants looking to branch out, bookkeepers brushing up on their skills, office administrators, and job seekers who are looking for increased marketability.
IAC University's course instructor, Heather Villa, is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor with over a decade of experience with the QuickBooks system. her credentials and qualifications position her to provide instruction in the accounting and bookkeeping field. IAC University offers three different certification programs for students: entry level QuickBooks, intermediate, and advanced. Upon successful completion of each of these courses, students have the opportunity to take the exam to become a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor. Another benefit to taking the classes at IAC University is students receive a special discount on the cost of the QuickBooks ProAdvisor exam.
IAC University is an alternative to other online institutions, offering every student a personalized learning experience. The first class was launched on June 30th. Registration is currently open for classes starting in August and through the fall and next spring.
For a full list of services and rates please visit IAC University online.
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