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Trenton State College of New Jersey
William Paterson University - (Graduate Coursework)
Recently retired accountant with over 20 years working with Fortune 500 companies in accounting, systems implementation,internal audit, financial reporting, and development of complex analysis using Excel, Access, Power Point, Word and more with NextEra Energy Resources, Power Systems MFG, LLC; an Alstom Company, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc, Siemens, Agfa Corporation, USA, Bayer USA
Soft skills include trainer in MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, Access, and Power Point), application of knowledge of USA General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), business compliance.
Roles and responsibilities as Accounting Manager, Manager, Cost Accounting and Inventory Control, Senior Financial Analyst, Business Unit Controller, Project Controller, Senior Staff Recently retired accountant with over 20 years working with Fortune 500 companies in accounting, systems implementation,internal audit, financial reporting, and development of complex analysis using Excel, Access, … Read more
Mimimum 2 hours first session
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Tutoring in Basic Accounting and Accounting Principals, Accounting I, Accounting II, Advanced Accounting I, Advanced Accounting II, Auditing, Cost Accounting, Managerial Accounting
Text review and testing to insure that student has commad of subject matter.
My general objective is to assist students in the understanding and successful application of business concepts, analytical formulas their interpretation and application, as well as, greater comprehension of text subject matter, reference materials and other resources introduced by their professors in which the student is having difficulties. I have over 20 years working with Fortune 500 companies in accounting, systems implementation, internal audit, financial reporting, and development of complex analysis.
Tutoring in basic spreadsheet use, formatting, used of basic formulas, complex formulas include linking spreadsheets, table creating, at IF, Vlookup,rounding, create data bases and understandig best practices layout, importing data, formating, macro creation, and more
I have over ten years of hands-on experience with Fortune 1000 Corporations using MS Outlook and Lotus Notes including three years in corporate training for in-house training program of new employees in use of MS Outlook.
MS Word and other word products skills in document creation including but not limited to document template selection, creating template database, formatting (font selection, size and use of formatting features), spell and grammar checking, selection of Paragraph functions, styles, editing, and using MS Excel, Power Point, Visio and other Microsoftware.
Inserting cover page, blank page, inserting page breaks, illustrations (picture, clip art, shapes, charts, screen shots), creating hyperlinks, bookmarks and other links, header and footer variations, page number placement, text and symbol functions.
Page layout and settings, background use of color and borders, paragraph indention, spacing, and content arrangement
Table of content structure, inclusion of footnote and other references, captions, indexes, table of authorities, document review, proofing, using thesaurus and other reference materials, inserting comments, tracking, and document security controlling access, restrict editing, and other features.
Assist student with reqding deficiencies with the objective of teaching prove techniques for learning and retention of key points of subject matter. Review of current practices and style, identification of inadequacies, realignment to more skills that are effective that can adjust their reading behavior to deal with a variety of situations, types of input, and reading purposes. Help students develop a set of reading strategies and match appropriate strategies to each reading situation.
Strategies that can help students read more quickly and effectively include
• Previewing: reviewing titles, section headings, and photo captions to get a sense of the structure and content of a reading selection
• Predicting: using knowledge of the subject matter to make predictions about content and vocabulary and check comprehension; using knowledge of the text type and purpose to make predictions about discourse structure; using knowledge about the author to make predictions about writing style, vocabulary, and content
• Skimming and scanning: using a quick survey of the text to get the main idea, identify text structure, confirm or question predictions
• Guessing from context: using prior knowledge of the subject and the ideas in the text as clues to the meanings of unknown words, instead of stopping to look them up
• Paraphrasing: stopping at the end of a section to check comprehension by restating the information and ideas in the text
• Review chapter questions before reading to help focus comprehension and recognized key points
Assist student with writing deficiencies with the objective of teaching prove techniques for learning and retention of key points of subject matter. Review of current practices and style, identification of inadequacies, realignment to more skills that are effective that can adjust their writing behavior to deal with a variety of situations, types of input, and purposes. Help students develop a set of writing styles and match appropriate strategies to each writing situation.