Michigan Career Training Program

Business Operations Management and Quickbooks Professional

Business Operations Management and Quickbooks Professional is a comprehensive training program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to manage business operations and finances using the Quickbooks software. The program covers a range of topics, including inventory management, payroll processing, financial reporting, and budgeting. Students will learn how to use Quickbooks to streamline business processes, improve efficiency, and make informed financial decisions.

The program is suitable for individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in business operations management, finance, accounting, or entrepreneurship. Students will acquire practical skills that are highly valued in the business world, such as budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis. They will also learn how to use Quickbooks to manage customer and vendor accounts, track inventory, and process payroll.

The training program is highly dynamic, incorporating both theoretical concepts and hands-on training. Students will learn from experienced instructors who have extensive knowledge in the field. The program also includes interactive sessions, case studies, and simulations to help students apply what they have learned in real-world scenarios.

According to PayScale, the average salary for a Business Operations Manager with Quickbooks skills is around $65,000 per year, with potential earnings of up to $100,000 per year depending on experience and location. The average salary for a Financial Analyst with Quickbooks skills is around $60,000 per year, with potential earnings of up to $90,000 per year. PayScale also reports that individuals with Quickbooks skills have a higher earning potential than those without these skills.

Possible career fields for graduates of the Business Operations Management and Quickbooks Professional program include:

  • 1. Business Operations Manager - Business Operations Managers oversee the daily operations of a company to ensure efficiency and productivity. They manage staff, develop and implement strategies, and ensure that the company's goals are met. They also use Quickbooks to manage finances, create reports, and analyze data.
  • 2. Bookkeeper - Bookkeepers manage the financial records of a company, including accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and tax records. They use Quickbooks to record financial transactions, reconcile accounts, and generate financial reports.
  • 3. Entrepreneur - Graduates of the Business Operations Management and Quickbooks Professional program may choose to start their own business. They will have the skills and knowledge needed to manage finances, create budgets, and make informed business decisions using Quickbooks.

According to the Occupational Information Network (ONET), job opportunities for Business Operations Managers, Financial Analysts, and Bookkeepers are projected to grow over the next decade. Employment of Business Operations Managers is projected to grow by 5 percent, while employment of Financial Analysts and Bookkeepers is projected to grow by 5 percent and 6 percent, respectively. This growth is attributed to the increasing complexity of business operations and the need for skilled professionals who can manage finances and make informed decisions using software such as Quickbooks.


An entry-level job in Business Operations Management and Quickbooks Professional may include positions such as a Bookkeeping Clerk, Accounting Assistant, or Operations Coordinator. These roles typically require some prior experience or education in finance or accounting, but do not necessarily require a bachelor's degree.

According to the Occupational Information Network (ONET), the median annual salary for Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks is $42,410, with the lowest 10 percent earning less than $26,110 and the highest 10 percent earning more than $62,410. The median annual salary for Operations Coordinators is $49,874, with the lowest 10 percent earning less than $32,480 and the highest 10 percent earning more than $72,170. In these entry-level positions, employees may be responsible for managing financial transactions, reconciling accounts, creating reports, and supporting the day-to-day operations of a business. They will use Quickbooks software to manage finances and maintain accurate records.

As employees gain experience and skills, they may be promoted to more senior roles, such as Business Operations Manager or Financial Analyst, with higher pay and greater responsibility. Therefore, entry-level positions can provide a pathway to a successful career in business operations management and finance.

    Program Student Requirements
  • An individual must be 18 years of age or older, a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen and registered with Selective Service (if applicable).
    Program Schedule and Cost
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    • High School Degree or GED required. Students with higher education are welcome.
    • Program includes 52-weeks of classroom and e-learning online instruction.
    • Program Cost $ 5,000.00 (Financial Assistance Maybe Available)
    • Includes all program learning materials and exam cost.
    • Career Placement Assistance - Available For Program Students

    At Program Completion, Students Receive:
  • Receive FREE Laptop Computer
  • Receive Industry-Recognized Certificate Paralegal and Computer User Support Specialist
  • Free Smart Credit Services. Students receive help with your credit score. Get on top of your Credit Scores and Reports & take action directly with your creditors through our patented online system. Credit Scores and Reports with Monitoring and Financial Literacy Courses for 120-days.
  • Free Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) e-learning online courses for six months. Includes: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word.
    Program Integrated Education and Training
  • Academic Skills – Personal Money Management and Credit Score Education.
  • Occupational Skills - Business Writing and Administrative Support Communications. Transferable Skills, Career Soft Skills Development.
  • Career Readiness – Microsoft Office Digital Literacy – fundamentals of Microsoft Word and Excel computer basics.
  • Career Exploration – Unpaid work-study elevation assignments.
  • Career Management – job search, resume writing and, interview skills.
    Program Enrollment
    Enrollment Details • Call: 248-237-3600 • Students May Qualify For WIOA Funding Assistance
    Questions? Enrollment Information