Computerized Accounting

The program consists of 28 weeks of intensive instructor led hands on training and practical exercises under the supervision of industry-experienced instructors.

Our Computerized Accounting program provides students with solid knowledge and skills to work as a bookkeeper, an accounting assistant, or accounts receivable/ accounts payable clerk, and proficiencies appropriate for careers in accounting and payroll administration. The subjects of this program include:

Subjects of this program

  • Windows
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Access
  • Accounting Principle
  • Simply Accounting
  • QuickBooks
  • AccPac
  • Canadian Taxation
  • Payroll
  • Job Skills.
federal aid, Victoria International College of Business & Technology, Personal Support Worker, PSW, Software Development, Computerized Accounting, Early Childcare Assistant, ECA, Certified Quality Engineer, CQE


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Extending Study Permits

Your study permit allows you to legally study in Canada. Make sure you know when your study permit expires. If your study permit is due to expire before you complete your program, you will need to apply for an extension to be able to continue studying in Canada. The best time to submit your request to extend your study permit is two to three months prior to the expiry date of the current one.

For more steps and information on how to extend your study permit and the documents required, view the Extending Your Study Permit Online.pdf guide.

Extending Study Permits FAQs

Note: If you have some additional questions and wish to be connected to an immigration specialist, please contact or by phone at 416.764.9900, to have a case opened.

If you require assistance in reviewing your application with an Immigration Specialist, it is best to visit them in person on-campus with all your relevant documents. Their on-campus schedule is available on our website.

Initial Study Permits

Step 1: Create an account or sign in on the IRCC website

Step 2: Answer the online questionnaire (be sure to select “Study Permit” when prompted)

Step 3: Upload your supporting documents and a completed application form

Step 4: Click “Submit” and pay the application fee