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This course provides you with an advanced knowledge of electronic spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. You will learn to use spreadsheets for advanced applications in today’s workplace. Exercises include using advanced functions and formulas, performing calculations, filtering and formatting data, creating integrated documents, and developing a...

This course introduces you to the integrated computerized accounting system using Simply Accounting for Windows. Upon completion, the learner will be able to establish company records, maintain daily transactions using the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, account reconciliation, payroll features, and create...

This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to key accurately and proficiently. The course builds on the student’s present keyboarding skills to assist them in reaching a minimum of 50 net words per minute on a five-minute timing.

Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you're interested in increasing your financial awareness while also gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. You'll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You'll get hands-on experience with handling...

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Concerned with basic methodology and logic; recording transactions and maintaining books of account for service and merchandising concerns; preparation and interpretation of financial statements; recording; reconciling and valuing of cash, accounts receivable, inventory, plant and equipment. 

Concerned with interpretation of income measurement and valuation problems with regard to sources and uses of invested capital. Topics include preparation of financial statements for the various types of business operations, introduction to financial reporting analysis and interpretation for management purposes and preparation of payroll. 

Emphasis is on theory, concepts and analysis of problems that arise in the application of financial accounting. The majority of the course will analyze current monetary assets, inventories and current liabilities. 

The analysis of valuation and cost allocation issues with regard to long-term investments, plant and equipment acquisition and retirement, intangible assets, and the reporting of long-term liabilities are included. Study of the Shareholder Equity section - types of shares, dividends, stock rights, warrants, preparation of Statement of Cash...

Cost accounting as applicable to manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors is discussed. Specific areas of study include: job order costing and analysis, costing procedures, cost-volume-profit analysis, budget preparation, standard cost systems, variance analysis, and cost analysis for managerial decision making. 

This course investigates a number of significant topics in cost accounting, including transfer pricing, divisional performance evaluation, accounting for joint products and by-products, inventory accounting for spoilage and scrap, process and variable costing, and how to apply Cost Accounting techniques in the not-for-profit sector of business...

Basic internal auditing procedures plus internal control features are covered. Audit program, statutory audits, the audit routine is applied to cash, inventory, accounts receivable, sales, fixed and other assets, accounts payable, purchases, income and other taxes and expenses, specialized audit procedures. 

One of the cornerstones of the ACE program is that its grads are able to effectively and cooperatively work with a broad range of people, applying their learning and skills to the growth, development, enhancement and prereservation of their communities.  In this course, students will be required to participate in team building, professional...

Credits:
2.0

This course focuses on the management, regulation and enforcement of the fishing industry by Federal/Provincial/Territorial and First Nations governing bodies, as well as a range of global to local marine and coastal policy and planning issues
Topics include the management of regulated fish and mammal species in BC including tidal/non-...

This course will introduce students to the ecology, physiology, life cycles, migration characteristics, identification traits, fisheries and management practices for key fish species that are harvested in commercial,recreational, and aboriginal fiheries in Northwest British Columbia, with particular emphasis on the different species of Pacific...

Credits:
3.0

Students will be introduced to some of the most important and widely-used methofs of monitoring aquatic and intertidal zone habitats. The focus will be on professional field protocols for estimating populations of marine aquatic animals. Some examples included, markand recapture studies, Shorekeeper field surveys, Clam biomass field surveys...

Credits:
2.0

This course introduces natural resources and data collection skills used to monitor and assess the health and vigour of coastal forests. Students will learn the methodologies of forest resource inventories and understand the importance of sustained yield and integrated resource management. Students will conduct silviculture plantability and...

Credits:
2.0

This introductory surveying course provides the student with skills in compassing, distance and slope measuring, profile and differential levelling, conducting closed and open traverses, and area determination. Familiarizations with various survey equipment include use and care or magnetic compasses, levels, clinometers and various distance-...

The course introduces global mariculture species, techniques, economics, trends and markets in general techniques but will be especially directed towards detailed understanding of mollusk and seaweed mariculture on B.C.’s coast. Topics covered will range from intensive, extensive, and semi-intensive aquaculture in the ocean, life cycles of...

The course will provide students with experience in field methods used by wildlife biologists to study mammal, bird, reptile, and amphiban populations. Students will learn common techiniques of wildlife capture, marking and monitoring, and will practice proper handling, and releasing methods of wild animals. Students will also examine the...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces the methodologies of conducting a fish and fish habitat assessment on stream ecosystems.  Students will learn to provide information regarding fish species characteristics, distributions and relative abundance, as well as stream reach biophysical data for interpretation of habitat sensitivity and capability for fish...

Credits:
3.0

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