FA258 – MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services for Employees

Course Level: Beginner
Prerequisites: None
Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
Recommended CPE Credits: 1
One-Hour Class
Published: 06/2021

The MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services Module integrates with the Human Resource Management and Payroll modules providing a convenient web-based employee portal with efficient automated timesheet management and employee data access.

This course is focused on employee activities; entering time, leave, and expenses as well as editing personal information.

Demonstration Only: Class activities will be demonstrated by the instructor. Participants will be able to view the activities on screen as well as follow along in the training materials as the exercises are performed. Participants will also be able to ask questions interactively.

By the end of the session, you will be able to:

  • Enter your hours on a timesheet.
  • Request leave and enter leave taken.
  • Enter expenses for reimbursement.
  • Create and send messages to your manager and Human Resources.
  • FA257 – MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services for Managers

    Course Level: Beginner
    Prerequisites: None

    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
    Recommended CPE Credits: 1
    One-Hour Class
    Published: 06/2021

    The MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services Module provides a convenient web-based employee portal with efficient automated timesheet management and employee data access. This course is designed for managers using Employee Web Services to review and approve time, leave, and expense entries.

    Demonstration Only: Class activities will be demonstrated by the instructor. Participants will be able to view the activities on screen as well as follow along in the training materials as the exercises are performed. Participants will also be able to ask questions interactively.

    By the end of the session, you will be able to:

  • Review and approve time, leave, and expense entries.
  • Create and send messages to your employees.
  • FA256 – MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services for Administrators

    Course Level: Intermediate
    Prerequisites:
    FA104 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Workshop or
    FA248 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Setup and FA249 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Processing
    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
    Recommended CPE Credits: 1.5

    One and one-half hour Class
    Published: 06/2021

    The MIP Fund Accounting Employee Web Services Module integrates with the Human Resource Management and Payroll modules providing a convenient web-based employee portal with efficient automated timesheet management and employee data access. This course is designed for human resource managers who need to understand the integrations between Employee Web Services, Human Resource Management, and Payroll in MIP Fund Accounting.

    We strongly recommend that participants have a thorough understanding of timesheet and payroll processing concepts and practices before attending this workshop. Please see the recommended course prerequisites.

    This class covers the pre-configuration work in Payroll and Human Resource Management as well as administrative tasks and payroll processing. Participants will learn how to create cost centers, set up timesheets, create EWS accounts for employees, approve employee time entries, leave requests, and expenses. The course concludes with reviewing timesheets and processing payroll.

    Demonstration Only: Class activities will be demonstrated by the instructor. Participants will be able to view the activities on screen as well as follow along in the training materials as the exercises are performed. Participants will also be able to ask questions interactively.

    This course covers topics related to the following modules:
    General Ledger
    Payroll
    Human Resource Management
    Employee Web Services

    By the end of the session, you will be able to:

    • Describe how the Employee Web Services module integrates with the Human Resource Management and Payroll modules.
    • Set up cost centers.
    • Define global timesheet settings.
    • Define employee timesheet settings.
    • Create employee accounts.
    • Process payrolls using Employee Web Services and Human Resource Management module functionality.

    ACC103 – Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting: Accounting Fundamentals

    Course Level: Basic
    Recommended Prerequisites: None
    Instructional Method: Recorded Session
    Recommended CPE Credits: Not Eligible for CPE
    Access Period: 60 days from Purchase
    Estimated Time to Complete: Five Minutes

    The three-part Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting series provides accountants and other professionals with an overview of nonprofit accounting terminology and reports. This third installment reviews the basic concepts of accrual vs. cash basis accounting, the general ledger, debits and credits, and the five accounting elements.

    The content in this video does not constitute accounting advice. If you have questions regarding generally accepted accounting principles, processes, or procedures we recommend that you contact a Certified Public Accountant.

    By the end of the session, you will have a basic understanding of:

    • The Cash Basis vs. Accrual Basis of accounting.
    • The General Ledger.
    • The rules of debits and credits.
    • The five accounting elements.
    • Common accounting abbreviations.

    ACC102 – Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting: Core Not-for-Profit Financial Statements

    Course Level: Basic
    Recommended Prerequisites: None
    Instructional Method: Recorded Session
    Recommended CPE Credits: Not Eligible for CPE
    Access Period: 60 days from Purchase
    Estimated Time to Complete: Four Minutes

    The three-part Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting series provides accountants and other professionals with an overview of nonprofit accounting terminology and reports. This second installment reviews the basic set of financial statements produced by most organizations with explanations and examples of each core Not-For-Profit financial statement.

    The content in this video does not constitute accounting advice. If you have questions regarding generally accepted accounting principles, processes, or procedures we recommend that you contact a Certified Public Accountant.

    By the end of the session, you will be familiar with:

    • FASB 117.
    • The reports FASB 117 requires Nonprofits prepare for the public.
    • What each report does and from where the information is gathered, including explanations and examples of each.
    • How these four reports tie (or agree) to each other.

    ACC101 – Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting: Nonprofit vs. Not-for-Profit

    Course Level: Basic
    Recommended Prerequisites: None
    Instructional Method: Recorded Session
    Recommended CPE Credits: Not Eligible for CPE
    Access Period: 60 days from Purchase
    Estimated Time to Complete: Two Minutes

    The three-part Fundamentals of Nonprofit Accounting series provides accountants and other professionals with an overview of nonprofit accounting terminology and reports. This first installment discusses common terminology related to nonprofit organizations.

    The content in this video does not constitute accounting advice. If you have questions regarding generally accepted accounting principles, processes, or procedures we recommend that you contact a Certified Public Accountant.

    By the end of the session, you will be familiar with:

    • The different usages of the terms ‘Nonprofit’ and ‘Not-For-Profit’.
    • How the IRS makes the distinction.
    • Several types of ‘Nonprofit’ Organizations.
    • The different IRS classifications of ‘Nonprofits’.

    FA249 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Processing

    Course Level: Intermediate
    Prerequisites: We recocommend a general understanding of payroll and human resource management processes.

    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
    Training Guide Format: Digital PDF
    Recommended CPE Credits: 3
    Three-Hour Class
    Published: 03/2021

    The MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management module integrates with the Payroll module providing additional human resource management and payroll processing tools. Designed for Human Resource Management professionals, this course covers managing employees and processing payrolls. Participants will learn how to add and maintain employee records, apply benefit and leave plans, track organization educational and certification requirements, capture FMLA and EEO data, schedule employee events, maintain complete employment history, and create timesheets.

    This course covers topics related to the following modules:
    General Ledger
    Payroll
    Human Resource Management

    By the end of the class, you will be able to:

  • Maintain employee information.
  • Track employee education and certification requirements.
  • Track FMLA and EEO data.
  • Process payrolls using additional Human Resource Management module functionality.
  • Perform custom queries.
  • FA248 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Setup

    Course Level: Intermediate
    Prerequisites: We recocommend a general understanding of payroll and human resource management processes.
    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
    Training Guide Format: Digital PDF
    Recommended CPE Credits: 3
    Three-Hour Class
    Published: 03/2021

    The MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management module integrates with the Payroll module providing additional human resource management and payroll processing tools. Designed for System Administrators and Human Resource Directors, this course focuses on setting up the module and defining organization specific fields, plans, and codes necessary to accurately process payrolls and maintain required employee information.

    This course covers topics related to the following modules:
    General Ledger
    Payroll
    Human Resource Management

    For additional training, and to learn more about processing payrolls, attend the “FA249 – MIP Fund Accounting Human Resource Management Processing” course.

    By the end of the class, you will be able to:

  • Describe how the Human Resource Management module integrates with the Payroll module.
  • Set up and manage security.
  • Define custom options and fields.
  • Create and apply custom benefit plans.
  • Create and apply custom leave plans.
  • Define salary grades and job codes.
  • FA234 – MIP Fund Accounting Data Import/Export

    Course Level: Advanced
    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
    Training Guide Format: Digital PDF
    Recommended CPE Credits: 3
    Three-Hour Class
    Published: 11/2020

    Have you ever wanted to transfer vendors, customers, employees, or even a chart of accounts into MIP Fund Accounting? Are you tired of entering the same transaction data twice? The Import/Export module gives you the power to import data directly into Accounting or Payroll. Learn how to import vendors, customers, and even accounting transactions!

    This demonstration course follows the import process from start to finish, thoroughly covering the most commonly used import and export options. After the presentation participants complete practice exercises and correspond with the session leader via e-mail.

    By the end of the class, you will be able to:

  • Identify the different types of data formats available.
  • Identify the sections of a definition file and understand how they are used.
  • Apply transaction specific formatting statements.
  • “Match” a definition file to a data file using format statements.
  • Read and troubleshoot import error reports.
  • Select the export options that work best for reports and financial statements.
  • FA276 – MIP Fund Accounting Admin. & Financial Reporting LW

    Course Level: Intermediate

    Prerequisites: FA275 – MIP Fund Accounting Core Workshop or at least six months experience working with transactions and reports.

    Advanced Preparation: None

    Instructional Method: Group Internet Based

    Training Guide Format: Digital Online/Offline

    Recommended CPE Credits: 13

    Two-Day Class

    Published: 8/2020

    Building on the topics discussed in the Core Accounting workshop, this advanced 2-day Live Webcast course is ideal for Controllers or Chief Financial Officers responsible for high level administrative tasks and advanced financial reporting. Topics discussed in this course include: accounting administration, general ledger, and general reporting, a deep dive into financial statements, and advanced financial statement features, and fiscal year closing activities.

    By the end of the class, you will be able to:

    • Create and modify an organization.
    • Set up attachments.
    • Create fraud prevention notifications.
    • Manage your database.
    • Set up and maintain user and security.
    • Create and run financial statements.
    • Utilize advanced reporting functions.

    To get the most from this course we recommend that customers first take the FA275 – MIP Fund Accounting Core Workshop or have at least six months experience working with a variety of transactions and creating custom reports.

    Registration for this course includes a full featured digital guide. You will be provided instructions and a key to your digital guide prior to class. Please consider the environment before printing your digital guide.

    Class is held each day from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM CT. A one hour lunch break is included.