Validating model chronic illness family caregiving
Validating model chronic illness family caregiving
Students will be able to journalize an opening entry; interpret information contained in source documents; follow principles of double-entry bookkeeping in the journalizing process; record entries in special journals; total and post special journals; adjust for bad debts using direct write-off or allowance methods; analyze transactions involving owners' equity; post from special journals to general and subsidiary ledger accounts; demonstrate understanding of multicolumn ledger rulings and computerized posting methods; use appropriate posting references; prove accuracy of posting to ensure entries are in balance; calculate employee earnings; enter payroll data in a payroll earnings record; demonstrate familiarity with electronic payroll data entry; complete a payroll register; prepare a payroll check and check stub with appropriate information; record information found on W-4 forms in employee data section; calculate appropriate employee payroll taxes and employer payroll tax liabilities; determine appropriate deposit dates, documentation, and prepare quarterly state and federal tax forms; journalize payroll entries at end of earnings period in appropriate journals; complete check stubs and checks; enter appropriate data on a deposit slip; reconcile a bank statement; follow-up on outstanding checks, including voiding and/or reissuing checks; use online and electronic banking procedures, credit cards and/or debit cards; manage multiple bank accounts and transactions; demonstrate knowledge of a merchandise inventory account; analyze effects on accounts by the purchase of merchandise; calculate the cost of merchandise sold; prepare adjusting entries based on physical inventory; calculate for obsolete or a shrinkage of inventory; prepare 8 or 10 column worksheets; prepare the needed financial statements from a completed worksheet; verify financial statements against worksheets for accuracy; record and post adjusting and closing entries; locate and correct accounting errors; prepare post-closing trial balance from general ledger; identify and locate appropriate business forms used in bookkeeping and/or accounting; apply procedures for using electronic data for various bookkeeping and/or accounting purposes; use a calculator, adding machine, and computer; generate and interpret charts, graphs, and spreadsheets; exhibit familiarity with the internal controls for sensitive source documents; identify internal controls for e-commerce and internal controls for the protection of company assets; exhibit familiarity with confidentiality and ethics; use terminology relating to accounting; identify careers in accounting; and exhibit understanding of regulatory bodies.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Introduction to Horticulture (9/15).
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Upon successful completion, students will be able to: define and differentiate among various types of businesses (e.g., corporation, limited liability, partnership); use planning tools to guide and manage an organization’s business activities; apply marketing techniques to foster business growth; plan and evaluate the use of financial resources to effectively manage a business; demonstrate understanding of conducting business in a global environment; apply planning/time management principles to accomplish workplace objectives (e.g., schedule meetings, maintain supplies, prioritize activities); establish and follow procedures to manage records and confidential material; select appropriate formats to prepare and send internal and external documents; interact with employees and customers effectively and professionally; apply reading, writing, mathematical, and economic skills in a business environment; discuss the role of government and other regulatory bodies in business; explain company hierarchies and roles within company structures; apply business laws and regulations to business situations; use ethical standards in conducting business negotiations and making business decisions; locate, organize, and reference written information from reliable sources to communicate with coworkers and clients; develop and deliver formal and informal presentations using appropriate media to engage and inform audiences; apply listening skills and interpret verbal and nonverbal behaviors to enhance communication with coworkers and clients; use software such as word processors and spreadsheets to perform common business applications; use software such as databases to track and maintain business information; use social media and mobile technology appropriately Interpret and use tables and charts; use problem solving and critical thinking skills to locate good sources of information about problems and determine appropriate methods for investigating causes; use problem solving and critical thinking skills to determine root causes of problems and suggest solutions; exhibit leadership practices to improve production and quality of the working environment; work effectively in a team environment to accomplish company goals and improve quality of the working environment; identify and practice appropriate health and safety procedures for business occupations; apply appropriate emergency procedures for business occupations; demonstrate employability skills related to a career in business; and pursue career development skills to advance in business careers.
Students will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of computer terminology; identify and operate peripherals; demonstrate appropriate knowledge and use of software; apply basic troubleshooting and maintenance skills; demonstrate file management and storage skills; describe procedures involved with importing and exporting; identify legal restrictions; use typographic terminology; identify the anatomy and classification of type; calculate type measurements; identify and use proofreader's marks; diagnose and solve typography problems (e.g., tracking, kerning, readability, legibility); manipulate type through character and paragraph formatting; choose and apply appropriate typeface; demonstrate knowledge of basic design terminology (e.g., bleed, live area, trim, orientation; exhibit knowledge of design elements and principles; demonstrate techniques of 2-D and 3-D design; produce project to client specifications; determine communication process for target market (e.g., researching, brainstorming); describe characteristics of design for different media (e.g., logos, magazines); choose appropriate ideas through the visual stages of layout (e.g., thumbnail, rough, comprehensive); demonstrate understanding of related math (e.g., proportion, percentages, basic measurements); solve design problems; create unconventional solutions to traditional design problems; identify color theory terminology; use color to create impact or effect and mix colors to obtain shades, tints, or neutrals; choose and apply appropriate color scheme; identify correct use of RGB and CMYK colors; identify and utilize Pantone Matching System (PMS); identify drawing and digital illustration terminology; identify basic tools and materials (e.g., computer, pencils, paper, canvas); render drawings to reflect various perspectives (e.g., atmospheric, three point); utilize different drawing techniques (e.g., line art, continuous tone, stipple, watercolor); modify illustrations (e.g., size, color, stroke); identify ways to import, export, and save images (e.g., scanning, digitizing); identify photography terminology; use cameras and accessories; apply copyright laws pertaining to photographs (e.g., stock photos, clip art, studio portraits); identify production/printing terminology; demonstrate proofing and preflighting (preparing for output); provide job specifications for printer; demonstrate knowledge of job flow, various printing and finishing processes; determine what surface works best for a project; identify surfaces by common size, weight, number, and finish; demonstrate personal presentation skills (e.g., speaking, listening, writing); accept and/or give constructive criticism; work with clients and as a team member; critique and refine ideas; Identify basic tools and equipment; maintain a safe and clean work environment; define multimedia terminology; prepare multimedia presentations; identify image terminology (e.g., raster, vector, continuous tone, half tone, line art); identify and explain various file formats (e.g., .pdf, .jpg, .gif, .eps); identify appropriate resolution for projects; manipulate images (e.g., restore, color correct, masking).
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Apparel and Textile Production and Merchandising (11/13).
Students will be able to: identify and follow all general safety, laboratory safety, and field-site safety practices and procedures and OSHA safety standards for the horticulture services industry; identify and follow procedures written in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) information system; demonstrate the safe use of horticulture equipment; select the proper protective clothing and equipment; demonstrate basic first aid procedures for injuries; practice safety when controlling weeds, insects, and plant diseases; read and interpret horticulture product labels; properly calculate and mix quantities of horticulture products used in plant health care; define the concept of, “Plant Health Care,” such as disease, nutrients, etc.; distinguish the components of an Integrated Pest Management program including the effects of chemicals and pesticides on the environment; identify various horticultural pests including their signs and symptoms; identify and use equipment for the application of plant health care products; describe the process of photosynthesis, respiration, translocation, and transpiration; identify plant cell structure, organization and explain their functions; identify conditions essential for seed germination; explain the environmental factors that affect the growth and development of a plant; Distinguish between sexual and asexual plant reproduction; Identify plant nutrient requirements; Classify plants and use appropriate binomial taxonomic terminology; develop a horticultural business plan; analyze pricing and mark-up techniques; employ appropriate customer/client relationship attributes; identify and develop various horticulture record keeping systems; analyze business ethics; Identify and describe soil characteristics; identify soil and/or plant nutrients; conduct proper soil sampling techniques; describe factors influencing fertilizer application; identify environmental factors that affect plant growth; describe how weather and climate impact growing conditions and plant selection; identify different methods of sustainable horticulture; compare sustainable watering and fertilizing techniques to conventional techniques and sustainable plant material selection to conventional plant material; recycle horticultural waste; research advanced technologies in horticulture equipment; describe the role horticulture plays in the economy of the state and nation; identify current issues regarding plant and soil management that impact agronomic and horticultural practices; outline the proper use of plant material in various segments of the horticulture industry; determine the impact of environmental factors on plant materials; list the identifying characteristics of various plant categories associated with plants; and identify 100 plants used in horticulture industry by horticultural reference/botanical reference.
Students will be abel to: journalize an opening entry; interpret information contained in source documents; follow principles of double-entry bookkeeping in the journalizing process; record entries in special journals; total and post special journals; adjust for bad debts using direct write-off or allowance methods; analyze transactions involving owners’ equity; post from special journals to general and subsidiary ledger accounts; demonstrate understanding of multicolumn ledgers and computerized posting methods; use appropriate posting references; prove accuracy of posting to ensure entries are in balance; calculate employee earnings; enter payroll data in a payroll earnings record; demonstrate familiarity with electronic payroll data entry; complete a payroll register; prepare a payroll check and check stub with appropriate information; record information found on W-4 forms in employee data section; calculate appropriate employee payroll taxes and employer payroll tax liabilities; determine appropriate deposit dates, documentation, and prepare quarterly state and federal tax forms; journalize payroll entries at end of earnings period in appropriate journals; complete check stubs and checks; enter appropriate data on a deposit slip; reconcile a bank statement; follow up on outstanding checks, including voiding and/or reissuing checks; use online and electronic banking procedures and credit cards and/or debit cards; manage multiple bank accounts and transactions; reconcile and replenish petty cash funds; demonstrate knowledge of a merchandise inventory account; analyze effects on accounts by the purchase of merchandise; calculate the cost of merchandise sold; prepare adjusting entries based on physical inventory; calculate costs for obsolete or shrinkage of inventory; complete 8 or 10 column worksheets; prepare necessary financial statements from a completed worksheet; verify financial statements against worksheets for accuracy; record and post adjusting and closing entries; locate and correct accounting errors; prepare post-closing trial balance from general ledger; identify and locate appropriate business forms used in bookkeeping and/or accounting; apply procedures for using electronic data for various bookkeeping and/or accounting purposes; demonstrate ability to use calculator, adding machine, and computer; generate and interpret charts and graphs; generate and interpret spreadsheets; identify internal controls for sensitive source documents and internal controls for e-commerce; use internal controls for the protection of company assets; practice confidentiality and ethics; use terminology relating to accounting; identify careers in accounting; exhibit understanding of regulatory bodies; compare and contrast cash or accrual accounting; differentiate between proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and departmental accounting procedures; Record accounting entries for installment payment systems; Calculate the amount of uncollectible accounts through aging of accounts receivable; Exhibit understanding of stocks, declarations, and payment of dividends; calculate and record depreciation and amortization; and calculate and analyze financial ratios.
NOCTI teacher exams assess individuals' technical knowledge and skills in an online proctored proficiency examination format.
These assessments are used in a large number of states as part of the teacher licensing/certification process as they assess competency in all aspects of a particular industry.
Students will be able to: define basic computer terminology and basic computer operating practices (e.g., start-up, rebooting, saving, using the help function); use the Internet for research and information; display accurate data entry skills and familiarity with formatting techniques and practices; utilize procedures and methods to enhance security (e.g., computer, identity, and password); merge mailing lists and forms; design newsletters, announcements, and brochures; create, edit, and print the following: graphics, charts, spreadsheets, database information; presentation information, letters, envelopes, reports, memos, simple tables and business forms; coordinate meetings, projects, and conferences, including teleconferencing and web meetings; appropriately use of email and instant messaging; use effective written and verbal skills (e.g., correspondence, proofreading, grammar, spelling); prioritize tasks and time; display effective listening skills and accurately follow directions; demonstrate ethical awareness; use effective personal and office safety; establish professional networking methods; demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills; display appropriate interpersonal skills and a willingness to assist others; File using basic filing methods; manage electronic document files; follow procedures to purge or archive files; manage records to ensure physical security and confidentiality; demonstrate knowledge of document control procedures (tracing history and access limitation); utilize professional telephone etiquette and take accurate messages, including cell phones, etc.; maintain appointment calendars, including office resource reservations; make travel arrangements and itineraries (e.g., online reservations); use appropriate reference and training materials; prepare meeting agendas and minutes; use and maintain office equipment, including copier, fax, and scanner; assemble and maintain policy and procedure manuals; order and maintain office supply inventory; process incoming and outgoing mail, including shipments; demonstrate foundational financial skills; make change and manage petty cash funds, including receipts and audit trail; know basic accounting terminology; use basic accounting software; use journal and ledger entries; prepare and demonstrate understanding of payroll data; post journal accounts receivable and accounts payable; prepare bank deposits and reconcile bank statements; and perform math computations (e.g., interest, percents, discounts, averages, and ratios).
NOTE: Content is duplicative of Accounting - Advanced (4900).