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Eastern Idaho Technical College
or call (208) 524-3000 ext. 5344, 5345 or 5371
Plumber Apprentice I
The 144 hours of classroom instruction for
the first year plumbing program include:
Reading and math assessments, fittings,
tools, piping methods, and material
identification, trade safety and proper
handling of materials, intro to uniform
plumbing code, isometric drawings and
proper blueprint reading, work ethics and
responsibility. Books Required.
APPR-111-01FA MW 6:30PM-9:30PM
9/14-12/30 $605.00 510
Allen
Plumber Apprentice II
The 144 hours of instruction for the second
year plumbing program include: safety,
plumbing math, blueprint reading, and
understanding of code applications. Books
Required.
APPR-112-01FA MW 6:30PM-9:30PM
9/14-12/30 $605.00 511
Allen
Plumber Apprentice III
The 144 hours of classroom instruction for
the third year plumbing program include:
CPR & First aid, math, blueprint reading
and related math, hydronics & boilers,
basic understanding of theory and term
recognition, code review and practical
application, special occupancy, and
understanding of gas piping, sizing, and
venting. Books Required.
APPR-113-01FA WTh
6:30PM-9:30PM
9/16-12/31 $605.00 574
Hammond
Plumber Apprentice IV
The 144 hours of classroom instruction for
the fourth year plumbing program include:
math and advanced math application,
interpretation, application, journey worker
leadership, professionalism, and job
planning, service and troubleshooting.
Books Required.
APPR-114-01FA WTh
6:30PM-9:30PM
9/16-12/31 $605.00 574
Hammond
Business
Accounting
Introduction to QuickBooks
Students in this course will learn principal
functions of QuickBooks including how
to setup a company, create and modify a
chart of accounts. They will learn to create
customers/jobs, vendors, and employees,
as well as create invoices, pay invoices,
turn on sales tax, create credit memos, sales
receipts, transfer funds, make deposits,
write and print checks,create splits, work in
the register, and reconcile bank statements.
Learn how to add item lists, such as
subtotals and groups. Also, learn lots of
keyboard shortcuts, tips and tricks, and
modifying preferences in QuickBooks. Book
Required.
ACCT-101-01FA W 7:00PM-10:00PM
9/16-10/8 $95.00 240A
Gellings
Intermediate QuickBooks
Students in this course will enter bills
for items, receive items into inventory,
backup and restore data, create accountants
copies, audit trails, e-mail data files, set up
users with passwords and privileges, set a
closing date, search for items, memorize
transactions, journal entries, quick reports,
reporting, customize invoices, payroll, and
tax information. If time permits we will also
cover customizing your icon bar, create and
mark done to-do list notes, and merge two
vendors/customers.
ACCT-100-01FA W 7:00PM-10:00PM
10/21-11/11 $95.00 240A
Gellings
Accounting Fundamentals
In this class you’ll learn the basics of
double-entry bookkeeping as well as how
to analyze and record financial transactions.
You’ll get hands-on experience with
handling accounts receivable, accounts
payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and
various common banking activities.
ONLINE
6 weeks
$75
Start Dates: 3rd Wednesday of each month
Real Estate
Real Estate Module I
This course is intended for the beginner in
real estate who has little, if any, previous
knowledge in the field. A solid core of
fundamental concepts such as property
rights, contracts, deeds, legal descriptions,
real estate finance appraising, and real estate
license law will be studied. Book Required.
REAL-103-02FA MTWTH 5:30PM-9:30PM
10/5-10/22 $275.00 6259
Martin
Real Estate Module II
Prerequisite: Real Estate Module I. This
course is designed for the real estate
student who has a basic understanding of
the fundamental concepts of real estate. It
is a study of the knowledge and applied
skills of agency relationships, Idaho Real
Estate License Law, identifying people and
professional goals, and other real estate
activities. Book Required.
REAL-104-02FA MTWTH 5:30PM-9:30PM
10/26-11/12 $275.00 6259
Martin
Business Skills
Social Media For Business
Learn how to build your business through
social media. Students will learn how to
build Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and
Pinterest pages to grow their business. The
instructor will also cover Google+ to tell the
story of your business. You will learn how to
connect these pages so all your posts will be
received throughout your sites. We will also
explore specialty sites that will connect your
social media sites.
SOCI-116-01FA W 7:00PM-9:00PM
9/16-10/2 $50.00 240C
McBride
Creating a Successful Business
Plan
Students in this course will learn principal
functions of QuickBooks including how
to setup a company, create and modify a
chart of accounts. They will learn to create
customers/jobs, vendors, and employees,
as well as create invoices, pay invoices,
turn on sales tax, create credit memos, sales
receipts, transfer funds, make deposits,
write and print checks,create splits, work in
the register, and reconcile bank statements.
Learn how to add item lists, such as
subtotals and groups. Also, learn lots of
keyboard shortcuts, tips and tricks, and
modifying preferences in QuickBooks. Book
Required.
ONLINE
6 weeks
$75
Start Dates: 3rd Wednesday of each month
Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials
Delve into every area of nonprofit fund
raising—annual funds, special events,
corporate relations, foundation relations,
major gifts, and planned giving. Learn about
capital campaigns and explore fund raising
software tools you can use to track your
efforts and enhance your results.
ONLINE
6 weeks
$75
Start Dates: 3rd Wednesday of each month
Project Me!
I’m on my way to
becoming a journeyman
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