Enrollment Fee: $30   |   Click here to enroll in this course.


This course will provide a basic understanding of managerial accounting including how to read, understand and act upon financial information. The focus of this class will be on regular evaluation of business performance and opportunities to adjust the business plan as necessary.


Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand basic accounting terms including chart of accounts, credit, debit, asset, equity, liability, etc.
  2. Identify reports most commonly used for reporting the financial status, success or failure, of your business.
  3. Identify information contained in an annual budget, income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement.

Enrollment Fee: $30   |   Click here to enroll in this course.


This course will discuss internal control practices applicable to managing a campground operation that is free from revenue misuse, theft or fraud. Internal controls are appropriate for all businesses, regardless of size. Identifying the right practices to ensure proper cash management and protect the business will be discussed.


Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify internal controls to ensure proper cash management.
  2. Describe how separation of duties assists in proper cash management.
  3. Describe appropriate cash management roles and responsibilities.
  4. Develop operating standards for cash management at a business.

Enrollment Fee: $60   |   Click here to enroll in this course.


This course provides information related to analyzing the information in financial statements. Both vertical and horizontal financial analysis understanding is provided, along with important ratio analysis techniques.


Learning Outcomes

  1. Analyze the information contained in a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement.
  2. Understand how financial reports can help with a business’s profitability, working capital management, and financing.
  3. Explain how financial reports can assist in forecasting future financial activity for a business.
  4. Perform a financial analysis of a business.