All our Accounting & Payroll courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2017 and over only.
These Accounting & Payroll courses require an assessment before you can enrol onto the course. Please book onto an assessment here: Skills for Work Assessment Dates
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Daytime & Evening Courses in Accounting and Payroll
This course will give you an introduction and insight into the world of Bookkeeping. The recording of financial transactions is part of the process of accounting in business. Transactions include purchases, sales, receipts and payments by an individual or an organisation /corporation. You will familiarise yourself with the language of accounting and learn a range of basic bookkeeping techniques.
This Course will give you an introduction to Computerised Payroll and help develop the skills and knowledge to be able to enter an employee’s gross pay from given basic personal and contractual information and do a payroll run. The skills gained on this course will help those looking for employment as a wages clerk or payroll assistant.
This is the course for you if you are seeking a first qualification in the practical use of computerised accounts with a view to entry to employment or to gain skills using this application in your current role.
This course will provide a comprehensive introduction to Sage Financial Controller including basics of bookkeeping, invoices and credit notes, and other cash and credit transactions.
This course offers a comprehensive introduction to Sage Financial Controller including the basics of bookkeeping, invoices and credit notes, cash and credit transactions, use of different tax rates, wage journals and trial balance preparation.
Aimed at learners seeking broad experience in using computerised accounts software, it enhances their competence allowing them to use the application independently for routine activities.
Designed to meet the needs of candidates who work or want to work in job roles such as accounting technicians, accounts or finance clerks or private practice accountants.