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Sheridan Technical College

Accounting Operations

900 hours | Online

The Accounting Operations Program is designed to prepare students for employment as an accounting clerk, accounting associate, and accounting assistant. The course content includes: double-entry accounting principles; methods of recording business transactions; preparation and analysis of various documents and financial statements; payroll record and tax forms; accounting control systems; account and transaction analysis; inventory methods; the aging process; depreciation; and the application of accounting principles to various entities. In addition, activities include the use of keyboarding systems, calculators, computers, spreadsheet (MS Excel), and accounting QuickBooks software, and peripheral equipment. The Accounting Operations Program prepares students for the QuickBooks Certified User Industry Certification.

For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer 

Administrative Office Specialist

1050 hours | Online

The Administrative Office Specialist Program is designed to prepare students for employment as a general office clerk, secretary, or administrative assistant. The content focuses on broad, transferrable skills utilized by an administrative specialist including: oral and written communications; critical thinking and decision making; the performance of office procedures; career research; introductory and advanced keyboarding skills; machine transcription; electronic desktop publishing; integrated software applications; emerging office technology, and the development of high quality employment portfolios and job seeking documents. The Administrative Office Specialist Program utilizes Microsoft Office and other software that prepares students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification.

For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer 

Business Management and Analysis

900 hrs | Online

The Business Management and Analysis Program is designed to prepare students for employment as an Information Technology Assistant, Supervisor, or Manager Trainee. The content focuses on broad, transferable skills of business supervision including: communications and human resource management, finance, technology, bookkeeping, environmental health and safety, and computer applications. In addition, students learn the functions of management, forms of business ownership, organizational structures, business law and ethics, insurance, government regulations in business, and how to open and operate a business. As a final project, students prepare a portfolio and business plan. The Business Management and Analysis Program prepares students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification.

For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer 

Court Reporting Transcriptionist & Court Reporting 2 & 3

Online Only 

Program Length:
Total Hours: 2,850 / Approx. 28 months

Court Reporting Transcriptionist: 750 hours
Court Reporting 2: 600 Hours
Court Reporting 3: 1500 Hours

Description:

This three-program sequence, approved by the National Court Reporters Association, prepares students for employment in the field of court reporting as a transcriptionist, scopist, and court reporter. Students learn real time shorthand theory and develop steno writer skills to record examination proceedings, testimony, judicial opinion, judge’s charge to jury, judgment or sentence of a court, or other proceedings. This program is a precursor to the burgeoning fields of Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) and closed captioning for persons with hearing loss. Students will be prepared to attain the Registered Professional Reporter Industry Certification.

Admission Requirements:

  • Orientation
  • Basic Skills Testing
  • Counselor Interview

*Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.
**Based on Florida-resident tuition fee. Two proofs of Florida residency are required; otherwise, out-of-state tuition fees apply.

Program Content:

  • Phoenix Theory Machine Shorthand
  • Machine Shorthand Transcription
  • Computer Aided Transcription
  • Medical and Legal Terminology
  • English for Court Reporters
  • Court Reporting Procedures
  • Internship, Employability Skills and Portfolio

Beginning Salary: $35,000 – $55,000 per year


For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer

Legal Administrative Specialist

Online 1050 hours

The Legal Administrative Specialist Program is designed to prepare students for employment as a general office clerk, clerical support staff, administrative support staff, and legal secretary. The content focuses on broad, transferrable skills in the area of legal administrative specialist including: communications; critical thinking and decision making; legal terminology; office procedures and practices specific to the legal environment; transcription of legal documents; utilization of advanced software applications; career research; the legal aspects of business and papers; and the development of high quality employment portfolios and job seeking documents. The Legal Administrative Specialist Program utilizes Microsoft Office and other software that prepares students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification.

For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer 

Medical Administrative Specialist

1050 hours / Blended 

This program will provide students with a variety of skills to prepare them for employment in the medical field as secretarial and administrative support positions. The program will include training in medical office duties that utilize knowledge of medical terminology and medical office procedures. Training will include how to transcribe medical documents, perform medical office functions using specialized medical scheduling/billing software, and produce high quality employment portfolios. Students in the program will also work with the latest software that will help them succeed in the medical environment. For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer or contact 

 

For more information, contact:

Victor Calderon, Guidance Counselor
Sheridan Technical College
754-321-5443
Victor.Calderon@browardschools.com

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