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E-Learning Courses

Ecommerce

ECommerce Entreprenuership

(Self-Employed e-Tailer)
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About this Course

Self-employed e-tailer individuals work for themselves. They will earn income by selling products and conducting daily business operations on various e-commerce platforms (AMAZON, EBAY, FLIPKART, MEESHO, and ETSY) to make a profit.

In this e-commerce course, students can learn about the various technologies and platforms used to sell products or services online, such as e-commerce websites, mobile apps, and social media.

The course will also cover topics such as product sourcing, inventory management, fulfillment, and shipping. Students will also learn about online marketing and advertising strategies, and how to use digital channels to promote their products or services.

In addition to these technical and operational aspects of e-commerce, students will also learn about financial and legal issues related to conducting business online, such as company formation, payment processing, taxes, and consumer protection laws.

Overall, this e-commerce course is designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to start and run a successful online business.

Mode: Self-paced                                             Certification: NSDC

Key Features:

Total Course Duration: 320 Hours

  • Students learn about the different types of e-commerce platforms and how to set up and manage an online store.

  • The course covers product sourcing, inventory management, and fulfillment topics.

  • Students learn about online marketing and advertising strategies, and how to use social media and other digital channels to promote their products or services.

  • The course teaches students how to analyze and interpret data from their e-commerce websites, such as traffic and sales metrics, in order to make informed business decisions.

  • Students also learn about payment processing, security, and privacy issues related to e-commerce, and how to protect sensitive customer data.

  • The course also covers topics such as customer service, returns and refunds, and dispute resolution in e-commerce.

Accountant

Accounts Executive

(Accounts Receivables & Payables)
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About this Course

Accounts receivable (AR) and accounts payable (AP) are two important categories of accounts in a business's accounting system.

Accounts Receivable (AR):

  • AR refers to money that is owed to a business by its customers.

  • These are the amounts that a business has invoiced to its customers but has not yet collected payment for.

  • An account executive in charge of AR might be responsible for managing the invoicing process, following up on overdue payments, and reconciling any discrepancies with customers.

 

Accounts Payable (AP):

  • AP refers to money that a business owes to its suppliers or vendors.

  • These are the amounts that a business has incurred as expenses but has not yet paid for.

  • An account executive in charge of AP might be responsible for managing the process of paying bills, reconciling any discrepancies with suppliers, and negotiating payment terms.

 

Overall, an account executive who is responsible for both AR and AP might be responsible for managing the flow of financial transactions between a business and its customers and suppliers

Some key points about an AR and AP course might include:

Mode: Self-Paced                                                              Certification: NSDC

Key Features:

Total Course Duration: 280 Hours

  • The course covers topics such as how to create and manage invoices, how to follow up on overdue payments, and how to reconcile any discrepancies with customers.

  • Students learn about payment processing and how to use software tools to manage accounts receivable.

  • The course also teaches students about the process of paying bills and reconciling any discrepancies with suppliers.

  • Students learn about financial concepts such as credit management, cash flow, and working capital, and how these concepts relate to AR and AP.

  • The course also covers legal and regulatory issues related to financial transactions, such as consumer protection laws and tax compliance.

  • Overall, an AR and AP course is designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to effectively manage a business's financial transactions with its customers and suppliers.

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