In the East Bay alone there are 1,100 Bookkeeping, Accounting and Auditing Clerk positions projected through 2017.

Add this certificate to your resume to give you a competitive edge when applying for jobs or asking for a raise. Gain customer service strategies to avoid conflict and keep your customers (and employer) satisfied. Learn tried and true techniques that will help you handle difficult situations, communicate effectively with people of various customs, cultures and backgrounds, and make going to work each day a pleasure.

As a Notary Public you can take your income to the next level as a Certified Loan Signing Agent. Mortgage companies, escrow and title companies and lenders rely on mobile loan signing agents to facilitate obtaining signatures and notarizations for real estate purchases and loan documents. Loan signing agents generally make $75 - $200 per loan signing. You can work weekdays, weeknights weekends, full or part-time at your convenience.

In this course you will learn about cash control systems, accounting for a merchandising business, payroll accounting, and uncollectible Accounts Receivable. You will also perform financial statement analysis. Please bring a calculator or adding machine.

In this course you will continue to perform financial statement analysis, and perform a case study on a corporation. You will also learn about financial ratios, debt accounting, accounting for Property Plant & Equipment, and accruals.

Notaries must:

  • Be 18 years old
  • Be a California resident
  • Read, write, and understand English
  • Successfully complete this course
  • Pass a state exam (30 multiple questions)
  • Pass a background check

A 3-hour renewal course is required for existing Notaries Public who are renewing their commission. The renewal course must be taken prior to the expiration date of your existing commission. If your existing commission expires prior to taking the course, then the full “Become a Notary Public” course is required.