The course has been designed for individuals looking to start their career as a Bookkeeper within the accounting and finance industry. The Sage 50 Computerised Payroll course helps students understand the crucial basics of the software to gain an entry-level position. There are no prerequisites to the course; therefore, it is perfect for beginners starting their career or individuals looking to retrain.
This qualification can help improve your career prospects and increase the possibility of promotion. Employers know you will perform well with Sage 50 software, reducing time-waste when starting.
Upon completion of the Sage 50 online training package, you can apply for entry-level bookkeeping positions. The average salary for Bookkeepers is £22,000. Once you have gained experience in the field, you can progress to Payroll Clerk, Payroll Administrator, or Payroll Manager.
Further into your career, potential senior roles can include:
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What does the Sage 50 Computerised Payroll course cover?
In Level 1 you learn to: use shortcuts, backup, rollback, and restore data, set up legislation and company details, create employee records, set up pay elements, process your payroll run, use pension schemes, produce P32s, deal with starters and leavers, use the Government Gateway, deal with holiday pay and management information reports.
In Level 2 you learn to; work with Automatic Enrolment, understand the importance of data security, deal with attachment of earnings orders, learn how to process and understand the difference between statutory and non-statutory payments and deductions, set up and process student loans, apply SSP, SMP, SAP and SPP to your payroll, understand the Payroll Tax Month End process and calculate the true cost of the payroll to an organisation including employer contributions and the statutory requirements.
Units of study include:
Sage 50 Computerised Payroll Level One
Sage 50 Computerised Payroll Level Two
Exams are included in this course.