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GUIDE TO ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACOUNTANTS
« on: October 15, 2007, 09:53:28 AM »


BUSINESSMAKER ACADEMY, center for continuous adult education, offers a no non-sense seminar on ACCOUNTING FOR NON ACCOUNTANTS.


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A lecture/workshop seminar that arms you with the know-how to read and interpret financial statements, to understand basic accounting terms, to manage cashflow and to do simple in-house accounting.  Guaranteed to give you a better understanding about accounting measures that work for your business.  Note:  Please bring calculator.

JOIN THE FUN AND SATISFACTION OF LEARNING AT BUSINESSMAKER ACADEMY:


“Excellent course!”
-Cherry Pie Barabad, Acctg Officer, Executive Decisions

“Mr. Villalobos is very approachable and makes accounting easy.”
- Michelle N. Barreto, Tres Hermanas Inc.

“The course is very helpful! Keep up the good work!”
- Jasper Cordero, Treasury Staff, All Asian Counter Trade, Inc.

“The lecturer was excellent!”
- Atty. Bridgida Aldeguer, ACCRA Law


COURSE DURATION:    1 Day or 8 Hours, from 9 am to 5 pm


COURSE FEE:    
Early Bird Rate = Php2, 500 (Enroll & Pay 5 days before seminar date)
Regular Rate     = Php2, 800
*Classes are inclusive of:  Materials, Starter Kit, Hand-outs, Snacks, Drinks and Certificate of Completion.


VENUE:
Seminars are held in 1503A West Tower, Philippine Stock Exchange Bldg., Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

For more information call us at 6874445, 6873416, and 6874645
visit http://www.businessmaker-academy.com,
or email:  [email protected]


 

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