@EmilyCowan Very helpful link, thank you. Do you also have a separate link for the US only? The link goes to Canada (CA website).
Great to hear about your upcoming workshops, I always enjoy going to hands-on training sessions.
Depending on what you're looking for, we just created a brand new online training hub for first-time QuickBooks Online users, this might be good supplemental material for your course:
@JamesOng my workshops will focus on training entrepreneurs to use QuickBooks online. I will also offer some training on how to read basic financial statements.
@Desarie, awesome, you'll get to work with some innately motivated learners.
Send them this guide to help get them started: Setting up for Success in QuickBooks: Financial Reports and Reporting Features. It covers techniques to be proactive with your reporting.
To get to know the exam you can view a set of practice examples and exam questions.
QuickBooks Online Study Guide
QuickBooks Desktop Study Guide
Cambridge Business Publishers – Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks Online 2018
Cengage – QuickBooks Online for Accounting
Cengage – College Accounting a Career Approach
Labyrinth Learning – QuickBooks Online: Level 1
Labyrinth Learning – QuickBooks Online: Comprehensive
McGraw Hill – Computer Accounting with QuickBooks Online: A Cloud-Based Approach, 2nd Edition
– Features and Highlights: Online Learning Center
Paradigm – Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks Online 2017
Pearson – QuickBooks Online Plus: A Complete Course 2017
@GrisMendez, I am curious because you have an accounting background, by a rough estimate, how much did your accounting knowledge help you the first time you used QuickBooks?
I've seen individuals with widely varying degrees of pre-existing experience with accounting be successful in QuickBooks, it's hard for me to pinpoint how much is enough.
How odd, I recently asked the same question to my QuickBooks Account Manager and I was told that I am not allowed to offer a course where I teach other people about QuickBooks Online. Ironically we were working with the SCORE and the SBDC as well.
Not to bring up an old subject, but can someone help me with the official stance about offering training courses if you are not a part of the Intuit Writer Network?