Digging deep into business may prove that having one degree is not sufficient.
So as I am a recently renewed Licensed Architect (with add on Husband's Surname), we have decided that I should enroll in a bookkeeping course.
It is dearly associated with Accounting. Well, I never really did like counting numbers but as we are in several businesses already (construction, travel and online shop!?) I think we need further knowledge.
Upon research I should take Bookkeeping for Non-accountants (Literaly, I am not an accountant, so that's a check!)
And so I looked upon several seminar providers and guess what there are several. If I will attend all of those seminars, it will take a fortune and I have to travel to the city to get there. Plus, the seminars are congested and the topics are summarized so the number of hours are very limited.
Next step? Look for a school providing Bookkeeping Courses. Bookkeeping NC III according to my research needs TESDA certification. SO what better way but to find TESDA certified schools. First I need to look at the price of schools and compare it to the seminar prices in total.
I had two options upon narrowing it down.
First is EAA - they offer online courses (study from home) and in class but it's in Makati and it's a bit expensive.
Second is ACLC - Cainta - they offer reasonable price of tuition, and near our home-office.
So my best option is ACLC Cainta, so I inquired fully and enrolled immediately. Now I am a Student once again.
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Ms. Lota Is...
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