Business IT Management Training Courses for Mangers or Business Owners (Code: ABC-SMB001)
Practical Business IT Management Training for Small Businesses

Audience: Owners, managers, accountants and supervisors in small businesses
Requirements: Understand basic business concepts, no computer knowledge necessary
Duration: 3 hours per session
Language: English or Mandarin


  1. Understanding Basic Computing for Small Offices
    (How to use emails, scheduling, documents, spreadsheets, forms, images and templates)
  2. Sharing Existing Computer Systems and Maximizing the Operational Functions
    (Computer networking for small businesses and various computer user authorizations)
  3. Reducing Expenses for Daily Telecommunication and Internet Services
    (A few low cost telecom vendors and their services)
  4. Enhancing File Safety and Preventing Data Loss
    (Data backup/restore, retrieving lost files, system recovery, cleaning viruses, UPS)
  5. Cloud Computing ABC: Access Your Company Files and Emails When Traveling
    (Remote access, network security, unified communications, VPN)
  6. How to Budget , Plan and Evaluate a New IT Project for Your Company
    (Key points of consideration for IT structure, dedicated for small businesses)
  7. Insight Secrets of the Accounting System Operation: Introduction to ERP
    (Comparison of programs such as Excel, Sage Simply Accounting and Sage ACCPAC ERP)
  8. Following the Successors: Free Intelligent Tools and Internet Applications
    (Social networks, web training, as well as how to monitor your website visitors)

Sage 50 Accounting 2016 Training Courses (Course Code: SA-2013)
Note: Sage 50 Accounting (Simply Accounting) is used by more than 400,000 Canadian businesses.

Audience: Business Owners, Accountants, Bookkeepers and Accounting Clerks
Requirements: Understanding of basic accounting principles.
Duration: 2 days (6 hours / day)
Language: English or Mandarin


  1. Introduction level Training (The First Day):
    This is an introduction to accomplishing basic accounting tasks using Simply Accounting. Students will begin with a company file and enter transactions for general ledger, accounts receivables, accounts payable, inventory, and payroll. This course will cover creating and running reports and a review some accounting fundamentals as they relate to the transaction at hand only.
  2. Intermediate Level Training (The Second Day):
    This course builds on the Introduction course. Topics include: setting up data files & customizing settings, banking & credit cards, security, budgets & projects, inventory adjustments, additional payroll features, working with foreign currencies, and remitting HST.