Did you know that many entry-level roles in Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Office Administration don't require a college degree? If you're ready to boost your earning potential or make a career transition with the business skills that employers value, The Accounting Academy is the place for you. Here you’ll find experienced professionals teaching practical curriculums to help you confidently complete the financial and organizational activities that are essential to every company.
Whether you want to pursue an accounting career, start a bookkeeping service, or bring new skills to your current business role, we’ll help you achieve your goals. Our curriculum incorporates real-world scenarios and hands-on practice, so you’ll understand the current trends, technology, and techniques for tackling today’s business challenges.
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The Accounting Academy’s programs specialize in preparing adult students for entry and middle-level positions in the accounting and bookkeeping field in general accounting, bookkeeping, billing, and collection, accounts payable, payroll, and administrative assistant.
You’ll learn from instructors with years of practical experience and knowledge of the fundamental accounting and bookkeeping principles, procedures, and techniques essential for a company to maintain accurate and timely financial information.
You’ll learn accounting, bookkeeping, and related tasks by doing the work: performing actual hands-on, real-world, practical tasks you’d encounter on the job. And you can complete our programs in three to seven months.
For over 15 years, our proprietary curriculum, materials, and personalized training approach have helped hundreds of students springboard their careers.
Do you prefer mornings or evenings? Do you like to work on your own with instructor tutoring assistance? We can tailor fit your training to fit the needs of your schedule.
Our cost-effective, focused programs, and specialized training will open doors to a wide range of in-demand employment opportunities covering an unlimited number of industries and businesses.
To prepare students for entry-level employment full-time, part-time, temporary agency placement, self-employment, and/or to enhance current job skills in accounting and bookkeeping and related fields by providing a hands-on, real-world, and practical education and training program in a positive, professional, and supportive environment.
Our team has walked in your shoes. We know what it’s like to start (or change) a career, or run a business. As an Accounting Academy student, you’ll have access to a curriculum and training materials that reflect more than 50 years of experience. And with one-on-one assistance and direct involvement from your instructors, you’ll get your questions answered and have confidence and skills you need to succeed. Your instructors include certified public accountants, former Enrolled Agents, and business professionals who know the types of situations you'll encounter and will teach you how to master challenges effectively.DISCOVER MORE
"The quality of the instruction was perfect! I liked the fact that the instructor didn’t assume that you understood certain concepts. I have taken several accounting courses. I felt that this course gave me the “real world” hands-on experience and skills required to obtain not only a job but also a new career." - Paula P.
“Very practical materials, especially as it ties into starting your own business. Instruction was top-notch. The content was covered above and beyond with useful information in a supportive environment.” - John B.
“Best program I have attended so far. Course materials are very informative, up-to-date, and of excellent quality. I would highly recommend the program to anybody looking for a career change or wanting a fresh start in the accounting world.” - Jose P.
The Accounting Academy is applying to become a candidate for reaffirmation of accreditation with the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. Persons wishing to make comments should either write to the Executive Director of the Commission, Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, Georgia 30350, or submit their comments through the Council’s website (www.council.org). Persons making comments must provide their names and mailing addresses.