Careers in Business
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Summer & Fall 2020
Accounting & Bookkeeping 1
An introduction to beginning accounting practices including transaction analysis, journal entries, general ledger, and financial statements. Simple calculator and pencils required; purchase textbooks and work- book and bring to first day of class. 2.0 CEUs.
CE-BUS 2000, 6 Sat., July 11-Aug. 15,8:00 am-12:00 noon (Aug. 8 & 15 class meets 8:00 am-1:00 pm),
$310 (+ textbook).H Cuevas. #5513
GROW Your Business: One Day, New Ideas! Recovery and Resiliency
The annual GROW Your Business conference inspires and empowers entrepreneurs and business owners across the Hudson Valley. The half-day forum offers strategies for growing your business and maximizing success, with a focus on networking, mentoring, business development and driving revenue. Attendees are able to tap into a network of like-minded business leaders, potential partners and resources, and hear from marquee-name professionals and innovators from Westchester and beyond. This half-day event will be held on Fri., Nov. 6, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at Westchester Community College. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914-606-5685.
Just Add One Westchester & Putnam
Explore the different areas of your company as you learn best practices and processes to implement through faculty led discussions and one-on-one coaching sessions. Enhance your strategic planning, leadership development, branding/marketing and social media, finance, sales and customer service, legal, human resources, weekly coaching sessions, and more. This 12-week program will start in February 2021. Email email@example.com or call 914-606-5685 for more information.
Cost: $1,150 (possible grant funding available to cover partial tuition cost).
Entrepreneurship: Start Your Own Business
Learn practical, behind-the-scenes information on how to start a successful, home-based, second income business that can become full-time. Explore how to start with little money down, how to decide on a business or product to sell, avoid major financial mistakes, and explore franchising.
CE-BUS 2003, 1 Tues., Nov. 3, 8:00-10:00 pm, $25 (+ $20 optional materials fee, payable to instructor). B Nathan. #90302
Accounting & Bookkeeping 1
An introduction to beginning accounting practices including transaction analysis, journal entries, general ledger, and financial statements. Simple calculator and pencils required; purchase textbooks and workbook and bring to first day of class. 2.0 CEUs upon completion.
CE-BUS 2000, 6 Sat., Sept. 19-Oct. 10, 8:00 am-12:00 noon, and Oct. 17 & 24, 8:00 am-1:00 pm, $310 (+ textbooks). H Cuevas. #90063
Risk Adjustment HCC Coder Training
This course trains medical coders in how to code and audit charts for risk adjustment. Students will learn what risk adjustment means and how it works for Medicare Advantage; documentation and coding guidelines that apply to Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCC’s); specific coding guidelines applicable to the various chapters in the ICD-10-CM Tabular List; and auditing concepts, how to apply them and how to work with suspects and queries when auditing charts
Note: This class is for students with knowledge of the ICD-10-CM coding system. Bring required textbook and an ICD-10-CM codebook to class.
CE-HCARE 2068, 4 Sat., Oct. 3-24, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, $150 (+ textbook). S Herzberg. #90305
Grant Writing Basics
For those already working in nonprofits as well as volunteers or those considering a career change. Instructs how to research funders, analyze the components of a strong proposal, write a basic budget, articulate realistic and measurable outcomes, and construct evaluation plans. Students will be asked to complete activities. Please email instructor Alison Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the start of class for further instructions.
CE-GRANT 2000, 4 Wed., Oct. 7-28, 6:00-9:00 pm, $160. A Paul. #90078