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                                         Educationfor the Entrepreneur
                                         It’s Time To Work On Your Business. Not Just In It!
Institute for Professional Development
2600 North 20th Ave. Mail Stop A-1
Pasco, WA 99301-3379
Columbia Basin College
Classes For Small Businesses
          Starting Your Business:                                                         Basics for Your Growing Business
     Questions You Were Afraid to Ask                                                                               $40.00 per class
                                    $25.00                                          [6034] Marketing: Your Key to Success
This three hour hands-on workshop includes information about licensing and          Just exactly what is YOUR market and how do you reach them? Your edge
registration with state and local governments, additional help and resources        over the competition is to understand and apply the processes of how to carry
for your particular business needs, loan basics, the “what’s” and “whys” of a       out market research for your own brand of business. The different levels of
business plan, networking and researching for success.                              research, primary and secondary, are each critical to your business. Utilizing
                                                                                    the Internet as well as other resources is our focus on how to expose your
[6008] Wednesday, April 23, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    business to those who want what you have to offer. An outline of a basic
[6010] Wednesday, May 21, 2008 6pm-9pm                                              marketing plan that you can personalize is also included.
Place: SBDC Office                                                                   Monday, May 19, 2008 6pm-9pm
 Instructor: Bruce Davis                                                            Place: CBAC, room 124
                                                                                      Instructor: Melanie Johnston
                                                                                    [6054] What is a Business Plan?
                                                                                    A well written and thought out business plan is the foundation for your success.
                                                                                    Topics include: key elements of a business plan, business location, business
                                                                                    goals and objectives, personnel, inventory, market analysis, promotional
                 Computers in Business                                              activities, market management, business management and finances.
                                $40.00 per class                                    Wednesday, April 30, 2008 6pm-9pm
[6018] PowerPoint for Businesses                                                    Place: CBAC, room 124
Ever wanted to make a PowerPoint presentation that sells, but just didn’t know       Instructor: Michael Cable
where to start? Well then this is the class for you! Topics include editing and     [6056] Financial Management/Cash Flow
formatting text, understanding PowerPoint tables, adding clip art to slides,        Determine how much money you need to start a small business. Topics include:
deleting slides and understanding templates.                                        start-up expenses, operating expenses, cash flow and accrual accounting,
Monday, April 28, 2008 6pm-9pm                                                      profits, equity, collateral, long and short-term lending, financial statements and
Place: CBAC, room 115                                                               break even points.
  Instructor: Michael Cable                                                         Wednesday, May 7, 2008 6pm-9pm
[6020] Excel for Business                                                           Place: CBAC, room 124
“This is a class for people who just cannot get the hang of Excel and would love     Instructor: Michael Cable
to learn it.” In this class you will learn to explore the Excel interface, how to
enter and edit data, work with Excel documents and help, enter formulas and
functions, format data, print worksheets and customize Excel to the way you
work (create and modify templates, display and hide toolbars, add buttons to
existing toolbars, add items to existing menus and create a new toolbar). You
will also learn how to sort and filter worksheet data, use charts to display data
                                                                                       QuickBooks Pro – Three-Part Series
                                                                                                                   $114 for the series
and enhance your worksheets with graphics.
Monday, May 5, 2008 6pm-9pm                                                         Introduction to QuickBooks Pro
Place: CBAC, room 115                                                               This course is geared toward new business owners or new QuickBooks
  Instructor: Michael Cable                                                         users who need a beginning level course. This class includes a section on
                                                                                    basic bookkeeping concepts and takes you through setting up a company in
[6022] Outlook for the Small Business User:                                         QuickBooks using the Easy Step Interview.
          More Than Just Email                                                      Topics include: basic bookkeeping, financial reports, navigating in QuickBooks
Discover the organizing power already on your computer! Learn to use the            and setting up a company in QuickBooks.
features of Outlook for time management, organization, memory prompts,
                                                                                    QuickBooks Pro I
tracking and more. Learn tips and tricks to help you turn Outlook into your
                                                                                    This course covers QuickBooks Pro basic and is intended for new users. Topics
own personal assistant. Use the resource you already own to become more
                                                                                    include: QuickBooks preferences, working with lists, working with items,
efficient, organized and in control. This class will focus on the email, calendar
                                                                                    creating invoices, writing checks, credit cards and bank reconciliation.
and contacts functions with a secondary focus on tasks, notes and journal.
(This class assumes a beginner’s knowledge of the Outlook program and is            QuickBooks Pro II
designed for the advanced beginner to intermediate user. This class is held in      This course is third in the QuickBooks series and covers more advanced topics
the computer lab so come ready to do some fun-filled learning exercises!)            including: inventory, entering and paying bills, sales tax, fixed assets, making
Monday, May 12, 2008 6pm-9pm                                                        journal entries, estimates, modifying reports and customizing forms.
Place: CBAC, room 115                                                               [6036] Intro to QuickBooks: Wednesday, April 9, 2008 6pm-9pm
  Instructor: Dana Mortimer
                                                                                    [6038] Intro to QuickBooks: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    [6040] QuickBooks Pro I: Wednesday, April 16, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    [6042] QuickBooks Pro I: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    [6044] QuickBooks Pro II: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    [6046] QuickBooks Pro II: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                    Place: CBAC, room 115
                                                                                     Instructor: Michael Cable
              Payroll Using QuickBooks                                                  Your Employees, Your Responsibility:
                 Three-Part Series                                                              Human Resources
                                $114 for the series                                                      Keys to Effective Supervising – Two-Part Series
Introduction to Payroll Basics                                                                                               $80.00
Learn how to effectively manage payroll. This session includes: setting up a          This course is designed primarily as a first step toward supervision, but subject
manual payroll system, understanding the payroll entities and how to properly         material is appropriate to any supervisor, regardless of existing experience
deduct withholdings.                                                                  length.
                                                                                      Session l - Good supervision through good supervisors impacts organizational
[6048] Wednesday, June 4, 2008 6pm-9pm                                                results and the overall work environment in a strong positive fashion. You’ll
Place: CBAC, room 115                                                                 learn the core knowledge that all good, experienced supervisors possess,
 Instructor: Eldon Reiswig,                                                           such as planning, budgeting, scheduling, motivating employees, developing and
Payroll I & Payroll II                                                                molding team and individual skills and capabilities, monitoring and providing
Learn how to set up an effective system for keeping necessary payroll records,        feedback on employee performance and evaluating results.
employee records, taxes, withholding and quarterly/annual tax deposits.               Session II - Transitioning into the supervisor’s role. Taking on a supervisory
This set of classes covers W-2s and 1099s and includes an interactive use of          role is an exciting and challenging opportunity. While becoming a supervisor
QuickBooks software, working with a sample company, setting up accounts,              may be a desired and positive move, the transition can be stressful. We’ll
entering transactions and creating reports.                                           identify some of these stresses, help you learn to overcome them and turn
                                                                                      them into strengths.
[6050] Payroll I Wednesday, June 11, 2008 6pm–9pm
                                                                                      The final 45 minutes of Session II will include discussion of your own work
[6052] Payroll II Wednesday, June 18, 2008 6pm-9pm                                    experience stresses and challenges.
Place: CBAC, room 115                                                                 [6024] Thursday, April 17, 2008 6pm-9pm
 Instructor: Eldon Reiswig
                                                                                      [6026] Monday, April 21, 2008 6pm-9pm
                                                                                      Place: CBAC, room 124
                                                                                       Instructor: Lisa Bunch
                                                                                      [6028] Employee Performance Maximized
                       Business Success                                               Learn how to get the most from your employees. Discover what you can do
                                                                                      as a manager or business owner to help employees stay “on track” and meet
                                 $40.00 per class
                                                                                      your expectations. This class will include hands-on experience with forms,
[6012] Client/Customer Retention                                                      tools and goal setting, and give practical information for setting up employee
Learn who your buyer really is, what their expectations are and how to exceed         expectations, what to do if the situation goes sour, plus how to recover an
them. Discover techniques for measuring your company’s customer service,              employee’s performance when it is somewhere in between.
and how to effectively communicate with your consumers to provide exactly             Thursday, April 24, 2008 6pm-9pm
what they want. Understand how and why service strategies like teamwork and           Place: CBAC, room 124
proper client etiquette, will help you to sustain customer commitment.                 Instructor: Lisa Bunch
Tuesday, April 15, 2008 6pm-9pm
Place: CBAC, room 124                                                                 [6030] Immigration Informed
 Instructor: Ann Reeves                                                               $40.00
                                                                                      Immigration has been the topic of many nightly news and weekend debates.
[6014] Organization for Productivity and Profit                                        Have you wondered if you are in compliance with the current immigration laws?
Professional techniques to get your office under control.                              This course will help you understand what to do if immigration enforcement
Paper piling up? Voicemail full? Email coming in faster than you can delete?          were to show up at your business and what type of recordkeeping you would
Learn from a professional organizer the techniques and habits that will help          be accountable for.
you get your office under control. This class focuses on paper management              Tuesday, May 6, 2008 6pm-9pm
(in-box, mail, filing), technology (email, faxes, voicemail), space and time (your     Place: CBAC, room 124
desk, calendar, interruptions).                                                        Instructor: Lisa Bunch
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 6pm-9pm
Place: CBAC, room 124                                                                 [6032] Legal Issues in Human Resources
  Instructor: Dana Mortimer                                                           $40.00
                                                                                      There are laws to protect employees and government agencies to make sure
[6016] Legalities of Owning or Buying a Business                                      that employers are treating their employees within the law. This course will
This course will discuss the legal issues that should be addressed when starting or   help clarify compliance issues, including all aspects of hiring, employment,
operating a business. Liability and exposure limitation, business succession and      termination, safety, leave of absence, confidentiality, discrimination, hostile
estate planning, issues between business owners, customer and supplier issues,        work environment and many other topics.
taxation, legal and governmental restrictions and employment/independent              Thursday, May 8, 2008 6pm-9pm
contractor issues, are just some of the topics that will be discussed.                Place: CBAC, room 124
Thursday, May 22, 2008 6pm-9pm                                                         Instructor: Lisa Bunch
Place: Coke Roth’s office, 8836 Gage Blvd., Kennewick
 Instructor:Tim Coleman, Attorney at Law
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