Certified Public Bookkeeping Pathway

Bookkeeper at workCCV’s unique bookkeeping pprogram allows you to earn the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers‘ (NACPB)  Certified Public Bookkeeping license after completing a CCV bookkeeping certificate in as little as one year.

Here’s how it works:

  • One Year
  • Twenty-nine Credits
  • Four NACPB Certifificates
    • Bookkeeping
    • Accounting
    • QuickBooks
    • Payroll
  • Ninety Hours of Work Experience
  • CCV Bookkeeping Certificate
  • Full CPB Licensure!
    • Here’s what the full-time semester sequence looks like (part-time options also available):

      Semester One

      Course Number Course Name
      INT 1050 First Semester Seminar
      ACC 2121 Financial Accounting
      CIS 1430 Spreadsheets

      Semester Two

      Course Number Course Name
      ACC 2122 Managerial Accounting
      ACC 1030 Payroll Accounting
      ACC 1010 Computerized Accounting

      Semester Three

      Course Number Course Name
      ACC 2201 Intermediate Accounting I
      ACC 2210 Cost Accounting
      INT 2860 Professional Field Experience

      After completing the requirements you will apply  for the license.

      Upon completion of the program and licensure approval, you can proudly put the letters “CPB” after your name and continue to advance your career. Alternatively, you can apply these credits toward and accounting degree and become a CPA while you earn an income as a bookkeeper

      Apply Now

      For more information and to register please contact your local CCV center or Mike Keogh, Business and Community Outreach Manager 802.786.5188.

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