Employment Training – Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeping
This program is for individuals who wish to work at entry-level employment in a variety of industries where bookkeeping services are required. The primary focus will be on preparation and training in Bookkeeping and Computerized Accounting.
Some examples of jobs: Accounting Assistant, Bookkeeper, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Administrative Support, Accounting Technician, Data Entry Clerk, and Payroll Administrator.
Accounting Assistant/Bookkeepers Earn: $16 – $31/hr.
Columbia College’s Employment Training programs are designed to prepare students for employment in different sectors of the economy. Through an Admissions Interview and Career Planning appointment, you will receive help reaching your career and employment goal. This is an excellent program for those who have completed ESL and/or have reached satisfactory levels of LINC study.
This is a 32 week or 48 week program.
Entry Requirements: CLB 5/6 and Mathematical Skills Grade 6+
- Get Academic Upgrading in Essential Skills English, Math, and Computers.
- Study occupation specific modules to prepare for work experience
- Get training in:
- Occupation specific vocabulary
- Workplace language, culture and communications
- Customer Service
- Work Strategies
- Work experience placement – up to 6 weeks
- Career and Job placement support from the Employment Specialist/Job Coach.
Upon successful completion students will receive a Columbia College Bookkeeping Certificate (must achieve minimum course requirement of 70% or higher in each course).
Course List and Descriptions
For a full course list and descriptions for the Employment Training Department programs, please click here.
Tuition Fees and General Fees
Full-Time Enrollment Costs
This program is funded by Alberta Human Services. Students may be eligible to receive financial assistance to attend full-time. Courses are also offered on a user-fee basis. Please contact the Student Admission Advisor at 403-235-9300 for further details. For more information about tuition and the Columbia College Tuition chart, please see the Tuition and Fees page.
- Apply for admission by filling out an application form. The form may be submitted by email, fax, mail, or apply online. Please see Admissions for more details.
- An Admissions Advisor will contact you with the necessary information.
2014 Program Employment Rate Average: 100%
As our graduates continue to seek employment, we will help them with this process.
Students who successfully complete their educational goals as set out in their Individual Student Service Plan will receive a Certificate of Program Completion. They will also be invited to attend the College Convocation ceremony.
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