Intuit Certifications

Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional 

The Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional certification can help open doors for individuals looking to build a career in bookkeeping.  When you incorporate Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional in your curriculum, you can help your students earn an eye-catching qualification for their resumes. Created by Intuit and Certiport, the Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional program starts to  establish an industry-standard for bookkeeping.

The exam is 50-minutes with approximately 40 questions. Individuals taking this certification exam will be expected to have a knowledge and understanding of accounting and bookkeeping principles and at least 150 hours of instruction. The core concepts covered in the exam include accounting basics; accounting for assets and sales transactions; accounting for liabilities, equity, and purchase transactions; reconciliation and financial statements. For additional information on what is included in the exam, please review the exam objectives.

Dual Certifications: Comprehensive Skills for Future Success

The Intuit certification program equips your students with a combination of financial expertise and practical software skills by offering both the Certiport Intuit QuickBooks Online and Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional certifications. These complementary certifications provide a foundation in bookkeeping principles and hands-on experience with QuickBooks Online. By earning both certifications, students will gain the comprehensive knowledge needed to manage financial records accurately and efficiently, making them attractive candidates for a wide range of accounting and finance roles, including becoming entrepreneurs! This dual certification pathway not only enhances their employability but also prepares them for success in today's competitive job market.

Additional Resources: Intuit QuickBooks Online vs. Intuit Certified Bookkeeping Professional exams

If you were an employer, would you trust your bookkeeping to someone without a certification?

The day-to-day finances are the lifeblood of a small or medium business. Professionals in the accounting field who add a certification to their professional qualifications can appeal to more potential employers. With this certification, candidates can show what they know.