This structured training program covers all areas of Payroll, this training course provides participants with the skills required to perform basic payroll functions such as calculating gross pay and statutory deductions. Core aspects of UK legistlation in respect of payroll such as Income Tax, National Insurance Contribution, Work Place Pension
Learn how to understand debits and credits. By the end of this course you will understand the principles of double-entry book keeping and be able to post journals with confidence. Course content Profit and loss account: income and expenditure Balance sheet: assets and liabilities Book keeping: debits, credits, nominal ledger &
This is a standalone course separate from the full level qualification. Learners will only study 2 modules: Basic Bookkeeping Part 1 and Basic Bookkeeping Part 2. You will learn double entry bookkeeping.
The aim of the qualification is to further develop the introductory book-keeping practices and processes studied at level one. At the end of the course candidates should be able to to do the following at Level 2: Ledger Accounting: Post ledger transactions, total and balance accounts, bringing down balances: sales ledger; purchase ledger;
Our Accounts Payable Course will help you to process your supplier invoices accurately and more effectively. Course content Introduction to AP: An overview of your role in the Finance department Month end, year end, management accounts and what the auditors do Checks and controls: matching invoices to purchase orders, authorising,
This course provides candidates with an introduction to book-keeping practices and to process source documents that underpin accurate record keeping. At the end of the course candidates should be able to do the following at level 1: Documentation: Complete and check the following documentation: invoices; statements; credit notes; cheques; cash