My Blind Spot – QuickBooks Training Program Application
Are you a small business owner, or an individual with a degree or experience in accounting or bookkeeping who needs to learn how to use QuickBooks Desktop Pro for Windows with JAWS?
If so, the My Blind Spot QuickBooks Training Program might be just what you are looking for.
This training program is designed to train individuals who are blind or visually impaired how to successfully navigate the QuickBooks desktop accounting program for Windows with JAWS. The training program has been designed for individuals with strong screen reading skills and a proficiency with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or GAAP. Candidates shall possess business accounting knowledge, a degree in accounting, or have prior professional experience as accountants or bookkeepers, who have had trouble navigating QuickBooks since losing their eyesight. This training program is not intended to teach accounting, rather it is designed to teach professionals how to implement their knowledge of accounting when navigating this premiere business software program with Jaws.
The MBS QuickBooks Training Program is currently being offered, at no cost, to residents of New York and New Jersey exclusively. All applications will be acknowledged, but only candidates with the small business acumen, accounting/bookkeeping knowledge or financial management expertise will be invited to interview with members of our team. There will be no out of pocket costs to those candidates that qualify for and are invited to participate in the My Blind Spot QuickBooks Training Program. Individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in accounting or bookkeeping but do not possess the skill set necessary to be selected at this juncture, are encouraged to investigate course offerings available through Hadley Institute for the Blind or through the various state Commissions for the Blind.
The MBS QuickBooks Training Program has been made possible through generous funds provided by the Intuit Financial Freedom Foundation, the Kessler Foundation, the Lavelle Fund for the Blind, the New York Community Trust Foundation and The Readerís Digest Partners for Sight Foundation.