QB training

Has anyone here used one of the online QB courses, and can you either recommend it or warn people off?

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Tom Del Rosso wrote:

Do you have a link to share?
I took one of the ed2go courses several years ago when I first started using QB. It was $65 and very basic. Almost too basic for what I was looking for.
How much money are you willing to spend and how much training do you want?
Intuit has some options including some self paced CDs available here: http://quickbooks.intuit.com/product/training/quick-book-training.jsp. If you can't find an online option then their CD might be worth checking out. The basic training program is only $39.95. Their "mastering" training programs are $399.95. All from RealWorldTraining which is reputable training provider for Intuit.
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Laura wrote:

I just looked at the google hits for 'quickbooks course online'.

Under $500 for a user who is already fairly skilled but wants to get full use of the program. He's not an accountant, but acts as financial manager in his family business.

I looked at those before, but wondered if there might be another option. It should do I think, but for a few hundred I was hoping there might be an interactive class with an instructor.
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Tom Del Rosso wrote:

For an interactive class with an instructor you might check out your local community college. Not many of the online classes that I have seen give students access to the teacher. Some are webinar format where viewers can ask questions via chat/text. Not the same as being in a classroom.
Since he already knows QB then maybe hiring a local ProAdvisor for an hour or 2 for some one on one question/answer sessions. One can be found by going to this page: http://proadvisor.intuit.com/accountant-match/
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Laura wrote:

That's great. Thanks.
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