ONE-YEAR is designed to introduce students to a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company and prepare students to contribute to business discussions and decision making. Students will participate in [approximately] 60 hours of instruction over the course of one academic year. Subjects include Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Introduction to Marketing, Technology for Business, and Basic Accounting and Finance. Courses can be taken individually or as a program (for a reduced rate).
Registration is now open! For questions contact Jeannine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ONE-YEAR Business Administration Program Spring 2019 Course Schedule:
Driving Success with Business Communication, March; See below for additional course information and to register.
Accounting: Quickbooks: March-May; See below for additional course information and to register.
Finance: April-May; See below for additional course information and to register.
ONE-YEAR Business Administration Program Fall 2019 Course Schedule
Introduction to Business: Sept-Oct; Contact our offices for additional course information and to register.
Principles of Management: Oct-Nov; Contact our offices for additional course information and to register.
Introduction to Marketing: Dec-Jan; Contact our offices for additional course information and to register.
ONE-YEAR Business Administration Program Tuition
- Students who enroll in all of the courses individually: $950
- Students who enroll in the Program: $800
- Students can also enroll in the Program and “pay as you go” the full price of the course. Once a student has completed the full Program they will be reimbursed $150 by ACE MV. Please contact our offices at 508-693-9222 if this is the option you would like to select.
Accounting: Quickbooks – PC Version (part of our ONE-YEAR Business Administration Program)
Instructor: Linda Habekost, Accounts Manager, Beetlebung Tree Care
Prerequisites: This basic level course is designed for those with some familiarity with Quickbooks or Excel.
This hands-on, basic-level course uses a sample company file created by Intuit. Students will learn tangible skills: (1) Basic Accounting Terminology and Principles, (2) setting up Vendor and Customer accounts, (3) creating Invoices and receiving Payments, (4) entering and paying Vendor invoices, (5) managing Bank and Credit Card accounts, including reconciliations, (6) entering Employees, tracking Employee time and processing Payroll. Upon completion students will have a basic understanding of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and Banking and how these function in QuickBooks.
- Please bring the following tools to each class: 8.5″ x 11″ notebook or pad, pen, straight edge
- Students will be assigned a PC the first day of class and are asked not to bring personal or work computers to class. In addition, to gain the most from this course, students are strongly encouraged to attend all sessions.
About the instructor: Linda Habekost is an experienced bookkeeper and has worked for private, municipal, and non-profit organizations for more than 20 years. Her areas of expertise include payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable. She has also mentored numerous individuals seeking assistance in QuickBooks and in general bookkeeping practices.
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Instructor: Aline Wolff, PhD, NYU Stern School of Management (Ret.)
Business Communication is a practical course that addresses the nuances between internal and external communication.The course will cover the most commonly needed types of business communication, both written forms and presentations. Each class will incorporate learning points about the specific type of communication being introduced as well as individual practice and coaching. The final class will be an opportunity to deliver the relevant communication components in an atmosphere focused on success.
- Business Communication: the winning formula
- Audience ->Intent + Task ->Message
- Supporting your message to convince your audience: details, statistics, authoritative quotations, and personal experience
- Written communication: emails, texts, memos, letters, and business reports
- Introduction to presentations and using visual information
- Presentation delivery and evaluating professional presentations
- Putting it all together through individual, short presentations with supporting documents.
Prof. Wolff focuses both on the academic and the practical side of management, and has coached numerous start-ups and entrepreneurs. She taught for more than 20 years at the NYU Stern School of Business, and has worked and consulted for organizations as varied as Goldman Sachs, IBM and Malcolm Pirnie Engineering.
Instructor: Tilma Johnson; Vice President, Regional Manager, Rockland Trust, Martha’s Vineyard
Enhance your knowledge of the tools and analysis methods used in business, finance, and the economy through accounting, finance, and economics. Learn the accounting principles required to make for informed managerial decisions, such as cost terminology, cost behavior, activity-based costing, budgeting, cost-volume-profit analysis, cost estimating, variance analysis, and responsible accounting. You will develop an understanding of the agents, instruments, and institutions that make-up the financial system such as bonds, the stock market, and derivatives, and the money market. In addition, you will develop an understanding of certain economic principles and methods such as microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and how they apply to the business and the economy. Students will become acquainted with risk management, non-profit financial management, and the hidden tax traps in starting a business.
About the instructor: Tilma Johnson is the Vice President and Regional Manager for Rockland Trust, Martha’s Vineyard. She is the former Vice President for the Edgartown National Bank. Tilma is actively involved with the Martha’s Vineyard community where she is a SCORE mentor and serves as Board Member for the Edgartown Board of Trade. In 2015 Tilma was recognized the the MV Chamber of Commerce as on of the “40 under 40” most influential people on Martha’s Vineyard.
Instructor: Elsbeth Todd, M.Ed., Marketing & Outreach Specialist; Architecture and Design Teacher MVRHS
SketchUp is a professional software program used to visualize design concepts in 3D and is utilized in design professions for a variety of purposes. The SketchUp software allows you to build your design concepts digitally to scale and then manipulate them for use in a variety of ways; presentations, technical drawings, video fly-throughs and 3D printing. Learning the basic skills will give the student a solid foundation on which to build or take their ideas to the next level in realistic scale.
Learn the basics of SketchUp and bring your design ideas!
About the instructor: Elsbeth Todd, M.Ed., is a Marketing & Outreach Specialist; and an Architecture and Design teacher at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.
5 Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30pm (7.5 hours) Feb 12th cancelled due to weather. Class will resume on Feb 19.
February 5, 12, 19 | March 5, 12
WordPress; 3-Day Workshop
Instructor: Curtis Fisher, Systems Consultant
- The essentials of a WordPress site installation
- How to add text, images, and multimedia
- How to make adjustments to the default appearance, and format both content and pages.
- Learn how to add posts, links, along with the fundamentals of administering WordPress sites.
- This includes managing users and essential WordPress settings.
Instructor: Mark Friedman
Excel II; Advanced Training
Instructor: Mark Friedman
Further your understanding with our Excel II 3-Day Workshop. Advance your skills with creating, formatting, and printing spreadsheets. Learn to create charts, mailing lists and more!
Students should have some familiarity with Excel and be able to make and format simple spreadsheets.
About the instructor: Mark Friedman is the Finance Manager for the Martha’s Vineyard High School. He was the Finance Director for the City of Somerville Department of Strategic Planning & Economic Development and the Director of Finance & Administration for Subway Operations for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
Instructor: Erika Berg, Computer Specialist
Are you a small business owner or helping to manage one? Technology for business will introduce you to a variety of ways to help you run the daily operations of your company through G-Suite*. The class will introduce time-tracking software, email management, teleconferencing, the paperless office, staying connected with mobile apps, in addition to docs, sheets, slides, and forms. This course is part of our new 6-course Business Administration Program.
*G-Suite is a brand of cloud computing productivity and collaboration tools, software, and products developed by Google.
About the instructor: Erika has more than 20 years of PC experience. Prior to teaching at ACE MV Erika taught for Geek Girls, Inc. She lives on the Island and is currently working as an EMT and Emergency Dispatcher.
Dates and Times TBD