Ultimate Higher Sage 50 Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

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Get Higher Sage 50, Sage intermediate, Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB, Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level, CIMA Accredited Sage 50, ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3), and ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7) in this Bundle

1. Higher Sage 50: Gain ability to use more complex functions within the accounting software

The CIMA Accredited Sage Higher Certificate Includes two larger units of worked case studies. It provides the ability to use more complex functions within the accounting software, including accruals and prepayments, importing/exporting data, detailed departmental budgeting and forecasting, as well as the use of electronic submissions/communication.

You will learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage and the powerful information that is available, taking you into every area of the software to use the maximum functionality. The course materials and activities are provided online so you can study at times and locations that are convenient for you. The course is self-contained with self-assessments and a practice test followed by a final online assessment.

2. Sage intermediate: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

Streamlining a business often involves a string of complex tasks and processes, and it’s these functions that helps you manage a business successfully. Sage 50 Accounts software is one of the must-have tools for business, and completing this intermediate course will take your skills and knowledge of all the useful accounting functions it contains to the next level.

Features Of The Course

Sage 50 Accounts has a varied range of accounting functions that will prove useful in everyday business operations. Across the ten modules you’ll gain an understanding of these tools, and how to use them, including how to manage cheques and remittance, recording stock deliveries, creating price lists and service invoices, and how to manage stock adjustments.

Why Choose This Course?

This course is recommended to anyone who has completed the Sage 50 Beginners Certificate Course, but there are no other entry requirements, so it is an ideal fit for anyone with their own business, or looking to take up a new role in finance or business management and administration. Gaining a solid understanding of computerised accounting and invoicing could help you become self-sufficient in accounting, or provide this service to other companies.

3. Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

This Sage 2014 Level 1 course is recognised by the IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers) to be a useful and cost effective course to learn about the efficient financial management of a business. Join over 3000 learners who are already getting Sage savvy with our user-friendly online course, tailored to provide in-depth working knowledge of all aspects of Sage software. Sage 2014 is the leading accounts software for small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. So if you’re serious about your accounting career and want to take it to the next level, investing in becoming a Sage expert will give you a highly bankable professional skill that you can’t afford to be without in today’s competitive market.

What Will I Get From The Course?

The opportunity to become a highly sought after Sage user! From the introduction through modules on Chart of Accounts, monthly routines, reports, sales order processing, VAT and much more, no stone is left unturned when it comes to getting to grips with every single aspect of Sage. Because we’re all human, the Maintenance and Correction module will teach you how to deal with the inevitable errors and inconsistencies that happen from time to time. Also, our useful Jargon Busters section cuts through the jargon of accountancy and includes a handy glossary so you can quickly look up terms and references used in the course.

4. Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

This Sage 2014 Level 1 course is recognised by the IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers) to be a useful and cost effective course to learn about the efficient financial management of a business. Join over 3000 learners who are already getting Sage savvy with our user-friendly online course, tailored to provide in-depth working knowledge of all aspects of Sage software. Sage 2014 is the leading accounts software for small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. So if you’re serious about your accounting career and want to take it to the next level, investing in becoming a Sage expert will give you a highly bankable professional skill that you can’t afford to be without in today’s competitive market.

What Will I Get From The Course?

The opportunity to become a highly sought after Sage user! From the introduction through modules on Chart of Accounts, monthly routines, reports, sales order processing, VAT and much more, no stone is left unturned when it comes to getting to grips with every single aspect of Sage. Because we’re all human, the Maintenance and Correction module will teach you how to deal with the inevitable errors and inconsistencies that happen from time to time. Also, our useful Jargon Busters section cuts through the jargon of accountancy and includes a handy glossary so you can quickly look up terms and references used in the course.

5. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level: See your knowledge of accounting soar

Whether you’ve recently gained the level 1 & 2 qualifications and you’d like to continue with your studies or you already have accounting experience under your belt and you’re ready to take your career to the next level, the IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Level 3 course will help to finish off your IAB qualifications nicely.

The Principles of Accounting

While part of the course is based around some of the more advanced functions available within the Sage 50 Accounts Professional package, it also covers some of the important principles of accounting that you will face in your career as a professional accountant, bookkeeper or business owner. By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of some more complex topics, such as depreciation, which you will then be able to apply, with confidence, to real-life scenarios as you progress through your career.

What Do I Need To Do?

Signing up for the course is simple and completion is online, so there’s no need to worry about journey planning between home and study centre. If you have access to the Internet and an operational computer, plus the motivation to learn, you have all the tools you need to be able to complete the course. It’s available for 12 months once you have enrolled, giving you plenty of time to understand every area of the syllabus and pass your exams (included). At the end of the course you’ll walk away with an impressive level 3 certification from the IAB, a reputable industry leader.

6. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business: Invest in your future as an IAB trained accountant

Learn more about business accounting, without worrying about how overwhelming it might be, with this easy to follow online course suitable for complete beginners. Whether you’re looking to get ahead in accountancy as a business owner, a prospective employee or for personal use, this comprehensive IAB course is a great place to start.

No matter how large or small, every business will need an accounting element. Step into the 21st century and explore how computerised accounting can be fast, simple, thorough and accurate. If you’re a key player within a business, you will undoubtedly wish to know more about how well your business is performing. Learn how, with this course, which will help you to leap into the world of accounting and balancing your books with ease.

Accounting for Beginners

If you’re new to the accounting industry, or you’d like to gain computerised accountancy skills to further your professional development, this Level 1 IAB course offers a thorough syllabus for beginners. Learn the fundamental elements of accountancy, and grasp the first principles of double entry bookkeeping. Learn how these principles work within popular Sage software, and hone your new-found skills with the help of visual representations, activities and self-study tutorials as you progress through the learning elements at your own pace over a 12 month period.

Turn a Page in your Career

By developing your accountancy skills, you can turn the page to a new chapter in your working life. Accounts are part of any business’ mainframe and understanding the core principles can help you to ensure that you are the person managing them with accuracy and proficiency.

7. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level: Invest in your own future 

Expand your knowledge of accounting for business with this fantastic Level 2 IAB course. This highly regarded qualification could help you to secure a job with better prospects or advance in your current job through demonstrating expertise, confidence and competency to your existing employer. The IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Level 2 is a leading course within the industry. In fact, the IAB is one of the accounting giants in the sector, so a course endorsed by them will be a positive addition to any accounting CV!

Broaden your Knowledge Base

This Level 2 course is aimed at potential students who already have a basic understanding of the Sage accounting package. If you don’t already have this under your belt, we offer Sage courses for complete beginners too, to help get you up to speed. Completed online, you don’t have to worry about commuting to test centres or classes – the course resources are all available at the click of a mouse. All you need is a computer and access to the internet and you can get started! With the help of interactive learning resources and study materials that will suit your individual learning style, you can learn everything that you need to know about computerised accounting so that you’ll be crunching the numbers with confidence, in no time at all.

Work for Others, or Yourself

With accreditation from the IAB, it’s not just prospective employees who will feel confident in trusting your accounting and book keeping abilities. You can also place confidence in yourself and start-up your own professional bookkeeping business, should you wish to venture along the self-employed route. There are thousands of businesses across various industries who will need to place their trust in a professional bookkeeper – either within their business or outsourced – and with this qualification you will be able to fit the job description, perfectly.

8. CIMA Accredited Sage 50: Learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage

This course, combined with CIMA Accredited Sage Certificate - Higher provides the full range of skills required by businesses to perform accounting functions in the most effective and efficient manner using the most up to date version of Sage 50 Accounts Professional. (This is the premium of the Sage 50 suite and retails at over £1,200).

You will learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage and the powerful information that is available, taking you into every area of the software to use the maximum functionality.

Gaining a CIMA accredited Sage certificate demonstrates your knowledge and understanding of the power of Sage 50 Accounts.

This CIMA accredited Sage certificate provides a benchmarked standard that employers trust. The course materials and activities are provided online so you can study at times and locations that are convenient for you. The course is self-contained with self-assessments and a practice test followed by a final online assessment.

9. ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3): Discover the fundamental principles of single and double entry bookkeeping

Discover the fundamental principles of single and double entry bookkeeping, and learn practical skills that can be applied to any business that uses either a manual or a computerised bookkeeping system. No prior knowledge or training is necessary. However, students should ideally possess a basic understanding of numeracy in order to fully benefit from the course syllabus, and maximise their chances of gaining the Level II Certificate.

This course is ideally suited to:

  • Employees who work in the accounting department of a business/company/organisation.
  • Small business owners who are responsible for their own accountancy/bookkeeping.
  • Employees who wish to embark on a new career path as an Assistant Bookkeeper.
  • Students who wish to learn a new set of skills, enhance their existing knowledge base and boost their current career prospects.

The course consists of 3 online assessments that test students' grasp of theoretical knowledge, as well as their level of practical bookkeeping skills. Students can access these assessments online (as well as a whole host of other innovating educational features), so they can choose to learn either at home or in the workplace.

Students who successfully complete the 3 assessments gain the Level II Certificate in Bookkeeping, which allows them to work in the role of Assistant Bookkeeper and qualifies them to perform the following duties while under supervision:

  • Create an efficient and effective computerised bookkeeping system within their place of work.
  • Apply postings from prime entry books and source documents to ledger accounts.
  • Keep records of all transactions that take place in their place of work to the appropriate industry standard.

10. ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7): Discover how to prepare ledger accounts and control accounts

Discover how to prepare ledger accounts and control accounts, reconcile bank statements with company ledgers and prepare VAT Returns and reconciliations for a vast range of businesses. You will also learn how to post end of year adjustments and prepare final accounts for non-incorporated businesses in a confident and efficient manner. You will achieve the Level III Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts in this practical and interesting online distance-learning course.

Achieving the Level III Certificate allows successful candidates to prepare and manage the final accounts for sole traders, registered partnerships and non-profit organisations. The knowledge and skills students acquire on this course are relevant and applicable within businesses that use both traditional and digitalised accounting systems.

This course is an ideal next-level training option for:

  • Candidates who have already successfully completed the Level II Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts course, or have achieved an equivalent qualification with a registered governing body.
  • Students whose jobs require them to carry out the role of a chartered bookkeeper, whether in an employed or self-employed capacity.
  • Anyone who wishes to enhance their practical knowledge of bookkeeping and accounts in order to increase their current employment options, and climb the next step up their chosen career ladder.

This course is accredited by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, who are committed to providing a globally renowned and outstanding service to businesses from all across the world. Students who successfully complete this course achieve an industry-recognised Level III qualification in bookkeeping and accountancy. They also gain the reassurance of knowing that they are being taught to the highest of professional and educational standards.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. 12 Month access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

 

The Ultimate Higher Sage 50 Online 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Higher Sage 50 Online Course

Introduction Unit

  • Sage 50 Accounts Professional Installation Instructions
  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • Data Protection and Security Procedures
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Sole Trader Accounts
  • Entering Opening Nominal Ledger Balances
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance
  • Disputed Items

Unit One

  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Use of the Journal
  • Prepare and Process Month End Routine
  • Contra Entries
  • The Government Gateway and VAT Returns
  • Bad Debts and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • Stock Valuation, Stock Control, Work in Progress and Finished Goods
  • Prepare and Produce Final Accounts
  • Extended Trial Balance
  • Exporting Data including Linking to Other Systems
  • Management Information Reports
  • Making Decisions with Reports Using Sage
  • Prepare for Audit
  • Prepare and Process Year End Accounts and Archive Data

Unit Two

  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working Through Unit Two
  • Final Accounts for Partnerships Including Appropriation Accounts
  • The Fixed Asset Register and Depreciation
  • Accruals and Prepayments
  • Cash Flow and Forecast Reports
  • Advanced Credit Control
  • Not for Profit Organisations
  • Standard and Advanced Budgeting
  • Advanced Searches
  • E Payments
  • Multiple Contacts and Document Sending
  • Event Logging and Log In Control
  • Importing and Exporting Data
  • Limited Companies
  • Consolidation – Multi Company Accounts
  • Foreign Trader – Multi-Currency Trading
  • Microsoft Outlook and the Integrated Diary Feature
  • Excel Integration
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 2 - Certificate in Sage intermediate Online Course

Getting started with the Intermediate Course, Accruals and Prepayments

  • Understanding the concept of accruals and prepayments
  • How to set up prepayments and accruals in Sage 50
  • How to run month end accounts
  • How to post manual entries in the prepayment journal and the reversal

Fixed Assets and Depreciation (I)

  • Understanding fixed assets and depreciation
  • How to set up a fixed asset record in Sage 50
  • Three methods of calculating depreciation in Sage 50
  • How to post a fixed asset record based on hire purchase, and perform asset valuation

Fixed Assets and Depreciation (Part II), Customer and Supplier Addresses and Purchase Orders (Part I)

  • How to use the Asset Disposal Wizard and record sale of an asset
  • What to do if depreciation has been missed for a month
  • What to do if an asset has been recorded and processed inaccurately
  • How to re-index supplier and customer addresses

Intermediate Processing Purchase Orders from Product Records

  • Setting up purchase order defaults in Sage 50
  • Specifying different options, such as invoice numbering and default invoice format
  • How to set up and calculate discounts on invoices and purchase orders
  • How to create purchase orders and edit the item line

Purchase Orders (Part III), Stock Control and Monitoring (Part I)

  • How to amend deliveries
  • How to use the ‘Update ledgers' option for purchase orders
  • How to cancel, delete or reverse a purchase order
  • How to memorise and recall a purchase order

Stock Control and Monitoring (Part II)

  • How to incorporate stock adjustments using the FIFO or First-in-First-out rule
  • How to correct an incorrectly entered AI, using the exact method and the average cost price method in Sage 50
  • How to post stock out, using sales invoices, credits and sales orders
  • How to maintain stock levels, using the product shortfall and sales order shortfall options

Inventory and Stock Control (Part III); Bill of Materials

  • Important reasons why businesses need to incorporate adjustments
  • Assembly levels and link levels of products and sub-components
  • How to use the ‘Check bill of material' (BOM) feature to track stock availability
  • How to check the BOM to which a sub-component belongs, and deleting a BOM

Product Pricing (Part II), Discounts and Credit Notes

  • How to create and apply price lists
  • How to add products to a price list
  • How to select calculation and recalculation methods for price lists
  • How to import products into a customer price list

Discounts; How to Enter and Post a Credit Note

  • A brief overview of the importance of a pricing strategy.
  • Different types of discounts that can be set up in Sage 50
  • How to set up a ‘good customer discount'
  • How to set up early settlement and quantity discounts

Sales Order Processing and Completion; Audit Trail and Credit Control

  • How to enter sales orders
  • How to despatch a sales order
  • How to view and interpret despatch information
  • How to allocate stocks and complete a sales order

Course 3 - Certificate in Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB Online Course

Navigating around Sage

  • Navigating around Sage
  • Accessing the Demonstration data
  • Changing the view of your Sage screen

Chart of Accounts

  • Introduction to Chart of Accounts
  • Editing the Chart of Accounts
  • Checking your Chart of Accounts

Setting up Nominal Codes

  • Introduction to Nominal Code
  • Editing nominal codes
  • Creating new Nominal Codes
  • Deleting a Nominal Code
  • Editing the default layout of Accounts
  • Editing a new Chart of Accounts

Opening Balances

  • Introduction to Setting up Opening Balances
  • Accessing the Opening Balances wizard
  • Entering Opening Balances

Customers

  • Setting up Customer Records
  • Setting up a customer record from a blank record
  • Entering Customer Invoices
  • Credit Notes
  • Checking your customer activity
  • Setting up your Customer Defaults

Supplier Notes

  • Setting up Supplier Records
  • Setting up a Supplier account from a blank record
  • Entering Supplier Invoices
  • Entering Credit Notes
  • Checking your supplier activity
  • Supplier Defaults

Products Notes

  • Setting up a product record using a wizard
  • Setting up a Product record using a blank record
  • Planning a Stock Take
  • Adjusting stock levels during the year
  • Stock shortfall facility
  • Bill of Materials
  • Stock Transfer
  • Stock Returns
  • Stock Reports

Sales Invoices

  • Creating a Product Invoice
  • Adding a message line to an Invoice
  • Creating a Service Invoice
  • Mixing Product and Service Invoices
  • Editing an Invoice
  • Printing an Invoice
  • Updating an Invoice
  • Credit Notes
  • Cash Sales

Bank

  • Setting up a new bank account
  • Opening an new bank account using a blank record
  • Allocating a customer receipt
  • Allocating a supplier payment
  • Allocating credit notes
  • Recording Bank Receipts
  • Bank Payments
  • Bank Transfers
  • Recurring Transactions
  • Setting up your Cash Register
  • Petty Cash

Projects

  • Setting up a new project using the Wizard
  • Setting up a project from a blank project record
  • Adding resources to a project
  • Understanding Project Costs
  • Stock issues to a project
  • Amending stock allocations to a project
  • Project charges
  • Project Credits
  • Checking project activity

Sales Order Processing

  • Checking your default settings
  • Creating a quotation
  • Creating a sales order
  • Despatching your order
  • Using the despatch notes icon
  • Creating an invoice from an order
  • Cancelling Sales Orders
  • Shortfall Generator
  • Cash Sales

Purchase Order Processing

  • Creating a Purchase Order
  • Placing your goods on order
  • Completing your Purchase Order
  • Goods Received
  • Creating an Invoice from an Order
  • Printing your Purchase Order
  • Deleting Purchase order

Foreign Currency

  • Setting up the foreign trader wizard
  • Setting up currencies and exchange rates
  • Setting up foreign accounts
  • Creating a customer invoice-credit-order for a foreign customer
  • Receiving money from a foreign customer
  • Entering a purchase invoice from a foreign supplier
  • Bank transfer
  • Revaluation wizard

Bank Reconciliation

  • Introduction to Bank Reconciliation
  • How to do a bank reconciliation using Sage
  • Un-presented cheques
  • Reconciling a Credit Card Account

Monthly Reports

  • Trial Balance
  • Profit and Loss report
  • Balance Sheet
  • Aged Debtor report
  • Aged Creditor report
  • Nominal Activity report
  • Daybook reports

Monthly Routines

  • Introduction to Monthly Routines
  • Accruals
  • Prepayments
  • Depreciation
  • Entering Journals
  • Checking Stock
  • Run the Profit and Loss Account

VAT

  • Introduction to VAT Return
  • Running a VAT Return
  • Other VAT schemes
  • Intrastat

Maintenance and Corrections

  • Checking your data
  • Searching for a record
  • Backing up Data

Course 4 - Certificate in Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB Online Course

Navigating around Sage

  • Navigating around Sage
  • Accessing the Demonstration data
  • Changing the view of your Sage screen

Chart of Accounts

  • Introduction to Chart of Accounts
  • Editing the Chart of Accounts
  • Checking your Chart of Accounts

Setting up Nominal Codes

  • Introduction to Nominal Code
  • Editing nominal codes
  • Creating new Nominal Codes
  • Deleting a Nominal Code
  • Editing the default layout of Accounts
  • Editing a new Chart of Accounts

Opening Balances

  • Introduction to Setting up Opening Balances
  • Accessing the Opening Balances wizard
  • Entering Opening Balances

Customers

  • Setting up Customer Records
  • Setting up a customer record from a blank record
  • Entering Customer Invoices
  • Credit Notes
  • Checking your customer activity
  • Setting up your Customer Defaults

Supplier Notes

  • Setting up Supplier Records
  • Setting up a Supplier account from a blank record
  • Entering Supplier Invoices
  • Entering Credit Notes
  • Checking your supplier activity
  • Supplier Defaults

Products Notes

  • Setting up a product record using a wizard
  • Setting up a Product record using a blank record
  • Planning a Stock Take
  • Adjusting stock levels during the year
  • Stock shortfall facility
  • Bill of Materials
  • Stock Transfer
  • Stock Returns
  • Stock Reports

Sales Invoices

  • Creating a Product Invoice
  • Adding a message line to an Invoice
  • Creating a Service Invoice
  • Mixing Product and Service Invoices
  • Editing an Invoice
  • Printing an Invoice
  • Updating an Invoice
  • Credit Notes
  • Cash Sales

Bank

  • Setting up a new bank account
  • Opening an new bank account using a blank record
  • Allocating a customer receipt
  • Allocating a supplier payment
  • Allocating credit notes
  • Recording Bank Receipts
  • Bank Payments
  • Bank Transfers
  • Recurring Transactions
  • Setting up your Cash Register
  • Petty Cash

Projects

  • Setting up a new project using the Wizard
  • Setting up a project from a blank project record
  • Adding resources to a project
  • Understanding Project Costs
  • Stock issues to a project
  • Amending stock allocations to a project
  • Project charges
  • Project Credits
  • Checking project activity

Sales Order Processing

  • Checking your default settings
  • Creating a quotation
  • Creating a sales order
  • Despatching your order
  • Using the despatch notes icon
  • Creating an invoice from an order
  • Cancelling Sales Orders
  • Shortfall Generator
  • Cash Sales

Purchase Order Processing

  • Creating a Purchase Order
  • Placing your goods on order
  • Completing your Purchase Order
  • Goods Received
  • Creating an Invoice from an Order
  • Printing your Purchase Order
  • Deleting Purchase order

Foreign Currency

  • Setting up the foreign trader wizard
  • Setting up currencies and exchange rates
  • Setting up foreign accounts
  • Creating a customer invoice-credit-order for a foreign customer
  • Receiving money from a foreign customer
  • Entering a purchase invoice from a foreign supplier
  • Bank transfer
  • Revaluation wizard

Bank Reconciliation

  • Introduction to Bank Reconciliation
  • How to do a bank reconciliation using Sage
  • Un-presented cheques
  • Reconciling a Credit Card Account

Monthly Reports

  • Trial Balance
  • Profit and Loss report
  • Balance Sheet
  • Aged Debtor report
  • Aged Creditor report
  • Nominal Activity report
  • Daybook reports

Monthly Routines

  • Introduction to Monthly Routines
  • Accruals
  • Prepayments
  • Depreciation
  • Entering Journals
  • Checking Stock
  • Run the Profit and Loss Account

VAT

  • Introduction to VAT Return
  • Running a VAT Return
  • Other VAT schemes
  • Intrastat

Maintenance and Corrections

  • Checking your data
  • Searching for a record
  • Backing up Data

Course 5 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level Online Course

  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Basic Principles and Concepts
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting Concepts, Policies and Standards
  • Principles of VAT
  • Principles of Preparing Financial Statements for a Sole Trader The Trial Balance and Bookkeeping Errors
  • Principles of Preparing Financial Statements for a Sole Trader Prepare Financial Statements for a Sole Trader
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Stock Valuation
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Prepayments and Accruals
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Depreciation
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Bad and Doubtful Debts
  • Fundamentals of Bookkeeping and Accounting for Partnerships
  • Fundamentals of Incomplete Records
  • Principles of Accounting for Not for Profit Organisations
  • Principles of Cash Management

Course 6 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Online Course

  • Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
  • Installation Instructions
  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Customer Receipts Reports
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Supplier Payments Reports
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Printing a Bank Statement Report
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Trial Balance
  • Bradline Confections Complete Activity

Course 7 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level Online Course

  • Installation Instructions
  • Working through the Units
  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Entering Opening Debtor Balances
  • Entering Opening Creditor Balances
  • Producing Sales Invoices
  • Producing a Sales Credit Note
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Customer Receipts Reports
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Setting Up and Using Email Invoice and Statement Features
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Supplier Payments Reports
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Trade and Settlement Discounts
  • Monitor and Analyse Customer Accounts for Credit Control Purposes
  • Supplier Activities and Aged Reports
  • Debtors and Creditors Control Accounts
  • Creating a New Bank Account
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Recurring Entries
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Refunds and Returned Cheques
  • Bad Debt Write Off and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Use of the Journal in Sage
  • Making Journal Entries
  • Entering Opening Nominal Ledger Balances
  • Journal Entries for Salaries and Wages
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance
  • VAT Returns and The Government Gateway
  • To Process a VAT Return
  • Maintaining the Security of Data
  • Types of Backup Files and Storage
  • Set Access Rights for a Secure Operating System
  • Exporting Data and Linking to Other Systems
  • Coding Using Sage
  • Departmental Coding using Sage
  • Stock Valuation and Stock Control
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 8 - Certificate in CIMA Accredited Sage 50 Online Course

Introduction Unit

  • Sage 50 Accounts Professional Installation Instructions
  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Department Codes

Unit One

  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Producing Sales Invoices
  • Producing a Sales Credit Note
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Trade and Settlement Discounts
  • Setting Up and Using Email Invoice and Statement Features

Unit Two

  • Working Through Unit Two
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Creating a New Bank Account
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers Or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Recurring Entries
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Refunds and Returned Cheques
  • Contra Entries
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Cash Register

Unit Three

  • Working Through Unit Three
  • Entering Opening Debtor Balances
  • Entering Opening Creditor Balances
  • The Use of the Journal in Sage
  • Making Journal Entries
  • Entering Nominal Ledger Opening Balances
  • Use of the Suspense Account
  • Correcting Departmental Posting Errors
  • Journal Entries for Direct and Indirect Labour
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Unit Four

  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working Through Unit Four
  • Monitor and Analyse Customer Accounts for Credit Control
  • Supplier Activities and Aged Reports
  • Debtors and Creditors Control Accounts
  • VAT Returns and The Government Gateway
  • To Process a VAT Return
  • EC Purchases and EC Sales
  • EC Sales List
  • Intrastat
  • Bad Debt Write Off and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance

Unit Five

  • Working Through Unit Five
  • Maintaining the Security Of Data
  • Types of Backup Files and Storage
  • Set Access Rights for a Secure Operating System
  • Prepare and Process Month End Routine
  • Management Reporting
  • Other Comparative Reports available in Sage
  • Exporting Data and Linking to Other Systems

Unit Six

  • Working Through Unit Six
  • Introduction to Costs and Income (for students)
  • Cost Centres and Profit Centres
  • Coding Using Sage
  • Departmental Coding
  • Variance Analysis
  • Budget Control
  • Stock Valuation and Stock Control
  • Accounting for Movements in WIP and Finished Goods
  • Project Costing using Cost Codes and Resources
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 9 - Certificate in ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3) Online Course

Underpinning Knowledge

  • Understand the importance of adhering to a code of Professional Ethics
  • Understand the basic differences between the structures of different types of businesses
  • Understand the importance of legislation that applies to bookkeepers
  • Understand the basic elements of a contract
  • Understand the Accounting Equation
  • Understand the concept of reporting on a cash basis for income tax purposes
  • Identify the various methods of payments and receipts to and from a bank account
  • Understand the need for bank security
  • Understand the basic accounting concepts

Business Documents

  • Understand the purpose and range of business documents.
  • Understand the need to accurately prepare business documents for goods supplied
  • Understand the need to check business documents received

Ledger accounts and the division of the ledger

  • Understand the purpose of, and make entries into, the ledger accounts
  • Use a set of control accounts in the ledgers

Books of prime entry

  • Understand the purpose of, and make entries into, the books of prime entry

Accounting for VAT

  • Understand the process of dealing with and accounting for VAT in the ledgers.

Making and receiving payments

  • Understand the use of an analysed cash book
  • Understand the purpose and need to record petty cash
  • Understand the purpose and use of the two and three column cash books

Trial Balance

  • Understand the purpose and use of the trial balance.

Use a computerised accounts package

  • Health and Safety
  • Business Set Up
  • Processing Nominal Ledger and Subsidiary Ledger Accounts
  • Generate reports

Course 10 - Certificate in ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7) Online Course

Underpinning knowledge

  • Understand the importance of adhering to a code of ethical principles
  • Understand when and how to take appropriate action to cope with unethical behaviour
  • Understand the legal differences between the structures of various types of businesses
  • Understand the main accounting concepts that apply
  • Understand the different rules that apply when processing VAT transactions

Reconciliation of accounts and correction of errors

  • Reconcile supplier statements
  • Prepare a bank reconciliation statement.
  • Use control accounts to reconcile sales and purchase ledgers
  • Understand the need to correct errors

VAT Returns

  • Reconcile the VAT account
  • Complete a VAT return

Calculate and post adjustments to the ledgers

  • Calculate depreciation
  • Account for the disposal of fixed assets
  • Understand the need to allow for adjustments to the accounts

Final accounts of non-incorporated businesses

  • Prepare a set of final accounts for a sole trader from a given trial balance
  • Prepare a set of final accounts for ‘not-for-profit’ organisations
  • Prepare a set of final accounts for a partnership

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Higher Sage 50, Sage intermediate, Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB, Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business, Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level, CIMA Accredited Sage 50, ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3), and ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7) in this Bundle

1. Higher Sage 50: Gain ability to use more complex functions within the accounting software

The CIMA Accredited Sage Higher Certificate Includes two larger units of worked case studies. It provides the ability to use more complex functions within the accounting software, including accruals and prepayments, importing/exporting data, detailed departmental budgeting and forecasting, as well as the use of electronic submissions/communication.

You will learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage and the powerful information that is available, taking you into every area of the software to use the maximum functionality. The course materials and activities are provided online so you can study at times and locations that are convenient for you. The course is self-contained with self-assessments and a practice test followed by a final online assessment.

2. Sage intermediate: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

Streamlining a business often involves a string of complex tasks and processes, and it’s these functions that helps you manage a business successfully. Sage 50 Accounts software is one of the must-have tools for business, and completing this intermediate course will take your skills and knowledge of all the useful accounting functions it contains to the next level.

Features Of The Course

Sage 50 Accounts has a varied range of accounting functions that will prove useful in everyday business operations. Across the ten modules you’ll gain an understanding of these tools, and how to use them, including how to manage cheques and remittance, recording stock deliveries, creating price lists and service invoices, and how to manage stock adjustments.

Why Choose This Course?

This course is recommended to anyone who has completed the Sage 50 Beginners Certificate Course, but there are no other entry requirements, so it is an ideal fit for anyone with their own business, or looking to take up a new role in finance or business management and administration. Gaining a solid understanding of computerised accounting and invoicing could help you become self-sufficient in accounting, or provide this service to other companies.

3. Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

This Sage 2014 Level 1 course is recognised by the IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers) to be a useful and cost effective course to learn about the efficient financial management of a business. Join over 3000 learners who are already getting Sage savvy with our user-friendly online course, tailored to provide in-depth working knowledge of all aspects of Sage software. Sage 2014 is the leading accounts software for small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. So if you’re serious about your accounting career and want to take it to the next level, investing in becoming a Sage expert will give you a highly bankable professional skill that you can’t afford to be without in today’s competitive market.

What Will I Get From The Course?

The opportunity to become a highly sought after Sage user! From the introduction through modules on Chart of Accounts, monthly routines, reports, sales order processing, VAT and much more, no stone is left unturned when it comes to getting to grips with every single aspect of Sage. Because we’re all human, the Maintenance and Correction module will teach you how to deal with the inevitable errors and inconsistencies that happen from time to time. Also, our useful Jargon Busters section cuts through the jargon of accountancy and includes a handy glossary so you can quickly look up terms and references used in the course.

4. Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB: Unlock your ability to take your career up a level

This Sage 2014 Level 1 course is recognised by the IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers) to be a useful and cost effective course to learn about the efficient financial management of a business. Join over 3000 learners who are already getting Sage savvy with our user-friendly online course, tailored to provide in-depth working knowledge of all aspects of Sage software. Sage 2014 is the leading accounts software for small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. So if you’re serious about your accounting career and want to take it to the next level, investing in becoming a Sage expert will give you a highly bankable professional skill that you can’t afford to be without in today’s competitive market.

What Will I Get From The Course?

The opportunity to become a highly sought after Sage user! From the introduction through modules on Chart of Accounts, monthly routines, reports, sales order processing, VAT and much more, no stone is left unturned when it comes to getting to grips with every single aspect of Sage. Because we’re all human, the Maintenance and Correction module will teach you how to deal with the inevitable errors and inconsistencies that happen from time to time. Also, our useful Jargon Busters section cuts through the jargon of accountancy and includes a handy glossary so you can quickly look up terms and references used in the course.

5. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level: See your knowledge of accounting soar

Whether you’ve recently gained the level 1 & 2 qualifications and you’d like to continue with your studies or you already have accounting experience under your belt and you’re ready to take your career to the next level, the IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Level 3 course will help to finish off your IAB qualifications nicely.

The Principles of Accounting

While part of the course is based around some of the more advanced functions available within the Sage 50 Accounts Professional package, it also covers some of the important principles of accounting that you will face in your career as a professional accountant, bookkeeper or business owner. By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of some more complex topics, such as depreciation, which you will then be able to apply, with confidence, to real-life scenarios as you progress through your career.

What Do I Need To Do?

Signing up for the course is simple and completion is online, so there’s no need to worry about journey planning between home and study centre. If you have access to the Internet and an operational computer, plus the motivation to learn, you have all the tools you need to be able to complete the course. It’s available for 12 months once you have enrolled, giving you plenty of time to understand every area of the syllabus and pass your exams (included). At the end of the course you’ll walk away with an impressive level 3 certification from the IAB, a reputable industry leader.

6. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business: Invest in your future as an IAB trained accountant

Learn more about business accounting, without worrying about how overwhelming it might be, with this easy to follow online course suitable for complete beginners. Whether you’re looking to get ahead in accountancy as a business owner, a prospective employee or for personal use, this comprehensive IAB course is a great place to start.

No matter how large or small, every business will need an accounting element. Step into the 21st century and explore how computerised accounting can be fast, simple, thorough and accurate. If you’re a key player within a business, you will undoubtedly wish to know more about how well your business is performing. Learn how, with this course, which will help you to leap into the world of accounting and balancing your books with ease.

Accounting for Beginners

If you’re new to the accounting industry, or you’d like to gain computerised accountancy skills to further your professional development, this Level 1 IAB course offers a thorough syllabus for beginners. Learn the fundamental elements of accountancy, and grasp the first principles of double entry bookkeeping. Learn how these principles work within popular Sage software, and hone your new-found skills with the help of visual representations, activities and self-study tutorials as you progress through the learning elements at your own pace over a 12 month period.

Turn a Page in your Career

By developing your accountancy skills, you can turn the page to a new chapter in your working life. Accounts are part of any business’ mainframe and understanding the core principles can help you to ensure that you are the person managing them with accuracy and proficiency.

7. Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level: Invest in your own future 

Expand your knowledge of accounting for business with this fantastic Level 2 IAB course. This highly regarded qualification could help you to secure a job with better prospects or advance in your current job through demonstrating expertise, confidence and competency to your existing employer. The IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Level 2 is a leading course within the industry. In fact, the IAB is one of the accounting giants in the sector, so a course endorsed by them will be a positive addition to any accounting CV!

Broaden your Knowledge Base

This Level 2 course is aimed at potential students who already have a basic understanding of the Sage accounting package. If you don’t already have this under your belt, we offer Sage courses for complete beginners too, to help get you up to speed. Completed online, you don’t have to worry about commuting to test centres or classes – the course resources are all available at the click of a mouse. All you need is a computer and access to the internet and you can get started! With the help of interactive learning resources and study materials that will suit your individual learning style, you can learn everything that you need to know about computerised accounting so that you’ll be crunching the numbers with confidence, in no time at all.

Work for Others, or Yourself

With accreditation from the IAB, it’s not just prospective employees who will feel confident in trusting your accounting and book keeping abilities. You can also place confidence in yourself and start-up your own professional bookkeeping business, should you wish to venture along the self-employed route. There are thousands of businesses across various industries who will need to place their trust in a professional bookkeeper – either within their business or outsourced – and with this qualification you will be able to fit the job description, perfectly.

8. CIMA Accredited Sage 50: Learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage

This course, combined with CIMA Accredited Sage Certificate - Higher provides the full range of skills required by businesses to perform accounting functions in the most effective and efficient manner using the most up to date version of Sage 50 Accounts Professional. (This is the premium of the Sage 50 suite and retails at over £1,200).

You will learn how to get maximum benefit from Sage and the powerful information that is available, taking you into every area of the software to use the maximum functionality.

Gaining a CIMA accredited Sage certificate demonstrates your knowledge and understanding of the power of Sage 50 Accounts.

This CIMA accredited Sage certificate provides a benchmarked standard that employers trust. The course materials and activities are provided online so you can study at times and locations that are convenient for you. The course is self-contained with self-assessments and a practice test followed by a final online assessment.

9. ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3): Discover the fundamental principles of single and double entry bookkeeping

Discover the fundamental principles of single and double entry bookkeeping, and learn practical skills that can be applied to any business that uses either a manual or a computerised bookkeeping system. No prior knowledge or training is necessary. However, students should ideally possess a basic understanding of numeracy in order to fully benefit from the course syllabus, and maximise their chances of gaining the Level II Certificate.

This course is ideally suited to:

  • Employees who work in the accounting department of a business/company/organisation.
  • Small business owners who are responsible for their own accountancy/bookkeeping.
  • Employees who wish to embark on a new career path as an Assistant Bookkeeper.
  • Students who wish to learn a new set of skills, enhance their existing knowledge base and boost their current career prospects.

The course consists of 3 online assessments that test students' grasp of theoretical knowledge, as well as their level of practical bookkeeping skills. Students can access these assessments online (as well as a whole host of other innovating educational features), so they can choose to learn either at home or in the workplace.

Students who successfully complete the 3 assessments gain the Level II Certificate in Bookkeeping, which allows them to work in the role of Assistant Bookkeeper and qualifies them to perform the following duties while under supervision:

  • Create an efficient and effective computerised bookkeeping system within their place of work.
  • Apply postings from prime entry books and source documents to ledger accounts.
  • Keep records of all transactions that take place in their place of work to the appropriate industry standard.

10. ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7): Discover how to prepare ledger accounts and control accounts

Discover how to prepare ledger accounts and control accounts, reconcile bank statements with company ledgers and prepare VAT Returns and reconciliations for a vast range of businesses. You will also learn how to post end of year adjustments and prepare final accounts for non-incorporated businesses in a confident and efficient manner. You will achieve the Level III Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts in this practical and interesting online distance-learning course.

Achieving the Level III Certificate allows successful candidates to prepare and manage the final accounts for sole traders, registered partnerships and non-profit organisations. The knowledge and skills students acquire on this course are relevant and applicable within businesses that use both traditional and digitalised accounting systems.

This course is an ideal next-level training option for:

  • Candidates who have already successfully completed the Level II Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts course, or have achieved an equivalent qualification with a registered governing body.
  • Students whose jobs require them to carry out the role of a chartered bookkeeper, whether in an employed or self-employed capacity.
  • Anyone who wishes to enhance their practical knowledge of bookkeeping and accounts in order to increase their current employment options, and climb the next step up their chosen career ladder.

This course is accredited by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, who are committed to providing a globally renowned and outstanding service to businesses from all across the world. Students who successfully complete this course achieve an industry-recognised Level III qualification in bookkeeping and accountancy. They also gain the reassurance of knowing that they are being taught to the highest of professional and educational standards.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. 12 Month access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

 

The Ultimate Higher Sage 50 Online 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Higher Sage 50 Online Course

Introduction Unit

  • Sage 50 Accounts Professional Installation Instructions
  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • Data Protection and Security Procedures
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Sole Trader Accounts
  • Entering Opening Nominal Ledger Balances
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance
  • Disputed Items

Unit One

  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Use of the Journal
  • Prepare and Process Month End Routine
  • Contra Entries
  • The Government Gateway and VAT Returns
  • Bad Debts and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • Stock Valuation, Stock Control, Work in Progress and Finished Goods
  • Prepare and Produce Final Accounts
  • Extended Trial Balance
  • Exporting Data including Linking to Other Systems
  • Management Information Reports
  • Making Decisions with Reports Using Sage
  • Prepare for Audit
  • Prepare and Process Year End Accounts and Archive Data

Unit Two

  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working Through Unit Two
  • Final Accounts for Partnerships Including Appropriation Accounts
  • The Fixed Asset Register and Depreciation
  • Accruals and Prepayments
  • Cash Flow and Forecast Reports
  • Advanced Credit Control
  • Not for Profit Organisations
  • Standard and Advanced Budgeting
  • Advanced Searches
  • E Payments
  • Multiple Contacts and Document Sending
  • Event Logging and Log In Control
  • Importing and Exporting Data
  • Limited Companies
  • Consolidation – Multi Company Accounts
  • Foreign Trader – Multi-Currency Trading
  • Microsoft Outlook and the Integrated Diary Feature
  • Excel Integration
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 2 - Certificate in Sage intermediate Online Course

Getting started with the Intermediate Course, Accruals and Prepayments

  • Understanding the concept of accruals and prepayments
  • How to set up prepayments and accruals in Sage 50
  • How to run month end accounts
  • How to post manual entries in the prepayment journal and the reversal

Fixed Assets and Depreciation (I)

  • Understanding fixed assets and depreciation
  • How to set up a fixed asset record in Sage 50
  • Three methods of calculating depreciation in Sage 50
  • How to post a fixed asset record based on hire purchase, and perform asset valuation

Fixed Assets and Depreciation (Part II), Customer and Supplier Addresses and Purchase Orders (Part I)

  • How to use the Asset Disposal Wizard and record sale of an asset
  • What to do if depreciation has been missed for a month
  • What to do if an asset has been recorded and processed inaccurately
  • How to re-index supplier and customer addresses

Intermediate Processing Purchase Orders from Product Records

  • Setting up purchase order defaults in Sage 50
  • Specifying different options, such as invoice numbering and default invoice format
  • How to set up and calculate discounts on invoices and purchase orders
  • How to create purchase orders and edit the item line

Purchase Orders (Part III), Stock Control and Monitoring (Part I)

  • How to amend deliveries
  • How to use the ‘Update ledgers' option for purchase orders
  • How to cancel, delete or reverse a purchase order
  • How to memorise and recall a purchase order

Stock Control and Monitoring (Part II)

  • How to incorporate stock adjustments using the FIFO or First-in-First-out rule
  • How to correct an incorrectly entered AI, using the exact method and the average cost price method in Sage 50
  • How to post stock out, using sales invoices, credits and sales orders
  • How to maintain stock levels, using the product shortfall and sales order shortfall options

Inventory and Stock Control (Part III); Bill of Materials

  • Important reasons why businesses need to incorporate adjustments
  • Assembly levels and link levels of products and sub-components
  • How to use the ‘Check bill of material' (BOM) feature to track stock availability
  • How to check the BOM to which a sub-component belongs, and deleting a BOM

Product Pricing (Part II), Discounts and Credit Notes

  • How to create and apply price lists
  • How to add products to a price list
  • How to select calculation and recalculation methods for price lists
  • How to import products into a customer price list

Discounts; How to Enter and Post a Credit Note

  • A brief overview of the importance of a pricing strategy.
  • Different types of discounts that can be set up in Sage 50
  • How to set up a ‘good customer discount'
  • How to set up early settlement and quantity discounts

Sales Order Processing and Completion; Audit Trail and Credit Control

  • How to enter sales orders
  • How to despatch a sales order
  • How to view and interpret despatch information
  • How to allocate stocks and complete a sales order

Course 3 - Certificate in Sage 50 Accounts 2014 CPD Certified and Recognised by the IAB Online Course

Navigating around Sage

  • Navigating around Sage
  • Accessing the Demonstration data
  • Changing the view of your Sage screen

Chart of Accounts

  • Introduction to Chart of Accounts
  • Editing the Chart of Accounts
  • Checking your Chart of Accounts

Setting up Nominal Codes

  • Introduction to Nominal Code
  • Editing nominal codes
  • Creating new Nominal Codes
  • Deleting a Nominal Code
  • Editing the default layout of Accounts
  • Editing a new Chart of Accounts

Opening Balances

  • Introduction to Setting up Opening Balances
  • Accessing the Opening Balances wizard
  • Entering Opening Balances

Customers

  • Setting up Customer Records
  • Setting up a customer record from a blank record
  • Entering Customer Invoices
  • Credit Notes
  • Checking your customer activity
  • Setting up your Customer Defaults

Supplier Notes

  • Setting up Supplier Records
  • Setting up a Supplier account from a blank record
  • Entering Supplier Invoices
  • Entering Credit Notes
  • Checking your supplier activity
  • Supplier Defaults

Products Notes

  • Setting up a product record using a wizard
  • Setting up a Product record using a blank record
  • Planning a Stock Take
  • Adjusting stock levels during the year
  • Stock shortfall facility
  • Bill of Materials
  • Stock Transfer
  • Stock Returns
  • Stock Reports

Sales Invoices

  • Creating a Product Invoice
  • Adding a message line to an Invoice
  • Creating a Service Invoice
  • Mixing Product and Service Invoices
  • Editing an Invoice
  • Printing an Invoice
  • Updating an Invoice
  • Credit Notes
  • Cash Sales

Bank

  • Setting up a new bank account
  • Opening an new bank account using a blank record
  • Allocating a customer receipt
  • Allocating a supplier payment
  • Allocating credit notes
  • Recording Bank Receipts
  • Bank Payments
  • Bank Transfers
  • Recurring Transactions
  • Setting up your Cash Register
  • Petty Cash

Projects

  • Setting up a new project using the Wizard
  • Setting up a project from a blank project record
  • Adding resources to a project
  • Understanding Project Costs
  • Stock issues to a project
  • Amending stock allocations to a project
  • Project charges
  • Project Credits
  • Checking project activity

Sales Order Processing

  • Checking your default settings
  • Creating a quotation
  • Creating a sales order
  • Despatching your order
  • Using the despatch notes icon
  • Creating an invoice from an order
  • Cancelling Sales Orders
  • Shortfall Generator
  • Cash Sales

Purchase Order Processing

  • Creating a Purchase Order
  • Placing your goods on order
  • Completing your Purchase Order
  • Goods Received
  • Creating an Invoice from an Order
  • Printing your Purchase Order
  • Deleting Purchase order

Foreign Currency

  • Setting up the foreign trader wizard
  • Setting up currencies and exchange rates
  • Setting up foreign accounts
  • Creating a customer invoice-credit-order for a foreign customer
  • Receiving money from a foreign customer
  • Entering a purchase invoice from a foreign supplier
  • Bank transfer
  • Revaluation wizard

Bank Reconciliation

  • Introduction to Bank Reconciliation
  • How to do a bank reconciliation using Sage
  • Un-presented cheques
  • Reconciling a Credit Card Account

Monthly Reports

  • Trial Balance
  • Profit and Loss report
  • Balance Sheet
  • Aged Debtor report
  • Aged Creditor report
  • Nominal Activity report
  • Daybook reports

Monthly Routines

  • Introduction to Monthly Routines
  • Accruals
  • Prepayments
  • Depreciation
  • Entering Journals
  • Checking Stock
  • Run the Profit and Loss Account

VAT

  • Introduction to VAT Return
  • Running a VAT Return
  • Other VAT schemes
  • Intrastat

Maintenance and Corrections

  • Checking your data
  • Searching for a record
  • Backing up Data

Course 4 - Certificate in Sage 50 Accounts 2014 Accredited by the ICB Online Course

Navigating around Sage

  • Navigating around Sage
  • Accessing the Demonstration data
  • Changing the view of your Sage screen

Chart of Accounts

  • Introduction to Chart of Accounts
  • Editing the Chart of Accounts
  • Checking your Chart of Accounts

Setting up Nominal Codes

  • Introduction to Nominal Code
  • Editing nominal codes
  • Creating new Nominal Codes
  • Deleting a Nominal Code
  • Editing the default layout of Accounts
  • Editing a new Chart of Accounts

Opening Balances

  • Introduction to Setting up Opening Balances
  • Accessing the Opening Balances wizard
  • Entering Opening Balances

Customers

  • Setting up Customer Records
  • Setting up a customer record from a blank record
  • Entering Customer Invoices
  • Credit Notes
  • Checking your customer activity
  • Setting up your Customer Defaults

Supplier Notes

  • Setting up Supplier Records
  • Setting up a Supplier account from a blank record
  • Entering Supplier Invoices
  • Entering Credit Notes
  • Checking your supplier activity
  • Supplier Defaults

Products Notes

  • Setting up a product record using a wizard
  • Setting up a Product record using a blank record
  • Planning a Stock Take
  • Adjusting stock levels during the year
  • Stock shortfall facility
  • Bill of Materials
  • Stock Transfer
  • Stock Returns
  • Stock Reports

Sales Invoices

  • Creating a Product Invoice
  • Adding a message line to an Invoice
  • Creating a Service Invoice
  • Mixing Product and Service Invoices
  • Editing an Invoice
  • Printing an Invoice
  • Updating an Invoice
  • Credit Notes
  • Cash Sales

Bank

  • Setting up a new bank account
  • Opening an new bank account using a blank record
  • Allocating a customer receipt
  • Allocating a supplier payment
  • Allocating credit notes
  • Recording Bank Receipts
  • Bank Payments
  • Bank Transfers
  • Recurring Transactions
  • Setting up your Cash Register
  • Petty Cash

Projects

  • Setting up a new project using the Wizard
  • Setting up a project from a blank project record
  • Adding resources to a project
  • Understanding Project Costs
  • Stock issues to a project
  • Amending stock allocations to a project
  • Project charges
  • Project Credits
  • Checking project activity

Sales Order Processing

  • Checking your default settings
  • Creating a quotation
  • Creating a sales order
  • Despatching your order
  • Using the despatch notes icon
  • Creating an invoice from an order
  • Cancelling Sales Orders
  • Shortfall Generator
  • Cash Sales

Purchase Order Processing

  • Creating a Purchase Order
  • Placing your goods on order
  • Completing your Purchase Order
  • Goods Received
  • Creating an Invoice from an Order
  • Printing your Purchase Order
  • Deleting Purchase order

Foreign Currency

  • Setting up the foreign trader wizard
  • Setting up currencies and exchange rates
  • Setting up foreign accounts
  • Creating a customer invoice-credit-order for a foreign customer
  • Receiving money from a foreign customer
  • Entering a purchase invoice from a foreign supplier
  • Bank transfer
  • Revaluation wizard

Bank Reconciliation

  • Introduction to Bank Reconciliation
  • How to do a bank reconciliation using Sage
  • Un-presented cheques
  • Reconciling a Credit Card Account

Monthly Reports

  • Trial Balance
  • Profit and Loss report
  • Balance Sheet
  • Aged Debtor report
  • Aged Creditor report
  • Nominal Activity report
  • Daybook reports

Monthly Routines

  • Introduction to Monthly Routines
  • Accruals
  • Prepayments
  • Depreciation
  • Entering Journals
  • Checking Stock
  • Run the Profit and Loss Account

VAT

  • Introduction to VAT Return
  • Running a VAT Return
  • Other VAT schemes
  • Intrastat

Maintenance and Corrections

  • Checking your data
  • Searching for a record
  • Backing up Data

Course 5 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Member Level Online Course

  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Basic Principles and Concepts
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting Concepts, Policies and Standards
  • Principles of VAT
  • Principles of Preparing Financial Statements for a Sole Trader The Trial Balance and Bookkeeping Errors
  • Principles of Preparing Financial Statements for a Sole Trader Prepare Financial Statements for a Sole Trader
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Stock Valuation
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Prepayments and Accruals
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Depreciation
  • Principles of Double Entry Bookkeeping Accounting for Bad and Doubtful Debts
  • Fundamentals of Bookkeeping and Accounting for Partnerships
  • Fundamentals of Incomplete Records
  • Principles of Accounting for Not for Profit Organisations
  • Principles of Cash Management

Course 6 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Online Course

  • Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
  • Installation Instructions
  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Customer Receipts Reports
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Supplier Payments Reports
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Printing a Bank Statement Report
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Trial Balance
  • Bradline Confections Complete Activity

Course 7 - Certificate in Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Associate Level Online Course

  • Installation Instructions
  • Working through the Units
  • Screen Shots, Tasks and Activities
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Entering Opening Debtor Balances
  • Entering Opening Creditor Balances
  • Producing Sales Invoices
  • Producing a Sales Credit Note
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Customer Receipts Reports
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Setting Up and Using Email Invoice and Statement Features
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Supplier Payments Reports
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Trade and Settlement Discounts
  • Monitor and Analyse Customer Accounts for Credit Control Purposes
  • Supplier Activities and Aged Reports
  • Debtors and Creditors Control Accounts
  • Creating a New Bank Account
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Recurring Entries
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Refunds and Returned Cheques
  • Bad Debt Write Off and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Use of the Journal in Sage
  • Making Journal Entries
  • Entering Opening Nominal Ledger Balances
  • Journal Entries for Salaries and Wages
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance
  • VAT Returns and The Government Gateway
  • To Process a VAT Return
  • Maintaining the Security of Data
  • Types of Backup Files and Storage
  • Set Access Rights for a Secure Operating System
  • Exporting Data and Linking to Other Systems
  • Coding Using Sage
  • Departmental Coding using Sage
  • Stock Valuation and Stock Control
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 8 - Certificate in CIMA Accredited Sage 50 Online Course

Introduction Unit

  • Sage 50 Accounts Professional Installation Instructions
  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working through the Units
  • Setting up a New Company
  • Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Customise your Company
  • How to Use Practice Data
  • Helpful Information Using Sage
  • Tax Codes within Sage
  • The Ledgers and Sage Nominal Codes
  • Creating a Chart of Accounts to Suit Company Requirements
  • Creating Department Codes

Unit One

  • Creating Customer and Supplier Account Codes and Records
  • Making Error Corrections and Deleting Transactions
  • Producing Sales Invoices
  • Producing a Sales Credit Note
  • Customer Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Customer Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Sales Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Sales Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Customer Receipts
  • Printing a Customer Statement
  • Supplier Invoices Using Batch Entry
  • Supplier Credit Notes Using Batch Entry
  • Purchase Invoice Day Book in Sage
  • Purchase Credit Day Book in Sage
  • Entering Supplier Payments
  • Printing a Remittance Advice
  • Trade and Settlement Discounts
  • Setting Up and Using Email Invoice and Statement Features

Unit Two

  • Working Through Unit Two
  • The Opening Bank Cash Book Balance (The Bank Account)
  • Creating a New Bank Account
  • Process Bank Transactions Not In Customers Or Suppliers Ledgers
  • Transferring Money Between Accounts
  • Recurring Entries
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Refunds and Returned Cheques
  • Contra Entries
  • Petty Cash Transactions
  • Reconciling the Petty Cash Account
  • The Cash Register

Unit Three

  • Working Through Unit Three
  • Entering Opening Debtor Balances
  • Entering Opening Creditor Balances
  • The Use of the Journal in Sage
  • Making Journal Entries
  • Entering Nominal Ledger Opening Balances
  • Use of the Suspense Account
  • Correcting Departmental Posting Errors
  • Journal Entries for Direct and Indirect Labour
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Unit Four

  • Screenshots, Tasks and Activities
  • Working Through Unit Four
  • Monitor and Analyse Customer Accounts for Credit Control
  • Supplier Activities and Aged Reports
  • Debtors and Creditors Control Accounts
  • VAT Returns and The Government Gateway
  • To Process a VAT Return
  • EC Purchases and EC Sales
  • EC Sales List
  • Intrastat
  • Bad Debt Write Off and Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • The Trial Balance
  • Errors in the Trial Balance

Unit Five

  • Working Through Unit Five
  • Maintaining the Security Of Data
  • Types of Backup Files and Storage
  • Set Access Rights for a Secure Operating System
  • Prepare and Process Month End Routine
  • Management Reporting
  • Other Comparative Reports available in Sage
  • Exporting Data and Linking to Other Systems

Unit Six

  • Working Through Unit Six
  • Introduction to Costs and Income (for students)
  • Cost Centres and Profit Centres
  • Coding Using Sage
  • Departmental Coding
  • Variance Analysis
  • Budget Control
  • Stock Valuation and Stock Control
  • Accounting for Movements in WIP and Finished Goods
  • Project Costing using Cost Codes and Resources
  • Glossary of Accounting Terms

Course 9 - Certificate in ICB Affiliate Bookkeeping (B1 B2 B3) Online Course

Underpinning Knowledge

  • Understand the importance of adhering to a code of Professional Ethics
  • Understand the basic differences between the structures of different types of businesses
  • Understand the importance of legislation that applies to bookkeepers
  • Understand the basic elements of a contract
  • Understand the Accounting Equation
  • Understand the concept of reporting on a cash basis for income tax purposes
  • Identify the various methods of payments and receipts to and from a bank account
  • Understand the need for bank security
  • Understand the basic accounting concepts

Business Documents

  • Understand the purpose and range of business documents.
  • Understand the need to accurately prepare business documents for goods supplied
  • Understand the need to check business documents received

Ledger accounts and the division of the ledger

  • Understand the purpose of, and make entries into, the ledger accounts
  • Use a set of control accounts in the ledgers

Books of prime entry

  • Understand the purpose of, and make entries into, the books of prime entry

Accounting for VAT

  • Understand the process of dealing with and accounting for VAT in the ledgers.

Making and receiving payments

  • Understand the use of an analysed cash book
  • Understand the purpose and need to record petty cash
  • Understand the purpose and use of the two and three column cash books

Trial Balance

  • Understand the purpose and use of the trial balance.

Use a computerised accounts package

  • Health and Safety
  • Business Set Up
  • Processing Nominal Ledger and Subsidiary Ledger Accounts
  • Generate reports

Course 10 - Certificate in ICB Associate Bookkeeping and Accounts (BA4 BA5 BA6 BA7) Online Course

Underpinning knowledge

  • Understand the importance of adhering to a code of ethical principles
  • Understand when and how to take appropriate action to cope with unethical behaviour
  • Understand the legal differences between the structures of various types of businesses
  • Understand the main accounting concepts that apply
  • Understand the different rules that apply when processing VAT transactions

Reconciliation of accounts and correction of errors

  • Reconcile supplier statements
  • Prepare a bank reconciliation statement.
  • Use control accounts to reconcile sales and purchase ledgers
  • Understand the need to correct errors

VAT Returns

  • Reconcile the VAT account
  • Complete a VAT return

Calculate and post adjustments to the ledgers

  • Calculate depreciation
  • Account for the disposal of fixed assets
  • Understand the need to allow for adjustments to the accounts

Final accounts of non-incorporated businesses

  • Prepare a set of final accounts for a sole trader from a given trial balance
  • Prepare a set of final accounts for ‘not-for-profit’ organisations
  • Prepare a set of final accounts for a partnership

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 006ECCAHC10CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: 12 Months
Time required: Study at your own pace
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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