Who is the course for?
- For beginners who are getting started with handling accounts.
- People who are interested in managing accounts through Sage 50 software.
- At the end of the course, you will be required to sit an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and immediately so that you will instantly know whether you have been successful.
- Before sitting for your final exam, you will have the opportunity to test your proficiency with a mock exam.
- After you have successfully passed the test, you will be able to obtain an Accredited Certificate of Achievement.You can however also obtain a Course Completion Certificate following the course completion without sitting for the test. Certificates can be obtained either in hardcopy at the cost of £39 or in PDF format at the cost of £24.
Our Sage 50 Accounts 2017 for Beginner is fully compatible with any kind of device. Whether you are using Windows computer, Mac, smartphones or tablets, you will get the same experience while learning. Besides that, you will be able to access the course with any kind of internet connection from anywhere at any time without any kind of limitation.
Please Note: For practice purpose, you should have Sage 50 software installed on your PC. The software is not included with this course. Sage provide a free online trial version of the Sage 50 Accounts software, which is more than suitable to study this course and learn how to use the software. You will get the full instructions for downloading free Sage 50 Software on your course page.
Module 1: Programme Basics– Set up your program, discover more about the user interface such as toolbar and keyboard options
Module 2: Restoring and Backing-up Data – Learn about data storage, creating back-ups and restoring them
Module 3: Basic Setting and Details – Manage financial dates, company details, and program dates
Module 4: The Chart of Accounts – Create, modify and review chart of accounts
Module 5: Bank Receipts – Enter bank receipts
Module 6: Bank Payments – Oversee VAT, overheads, assets and bank payments
Module 7: Financials – Observe the financial state of your company
Module 8: Customers – Add new customers, use the new customer wizard, and manage their details
Module 9: Suppliers – Add and edit supplier records
Module 10: Working with Lists – Utilize lists to sort out records
Module 11: Batch Invoices – Create customer invoices, check bank accounts and nominals
Module 12: Service Invoices – Create service, manage line and invoice
Module 13: Processing Invoices – Process invoices and update ledgers
Module 14: Product and Services – Duplicate, add items, services, and products
Module 15: Stock Control – Control your stocks through adjustments, activity, and returns
Module 16: Product Invoices – Invoice management for products utilizing multiple platforms
Module 17: Product Credit Notes – Create credit notes
Module 18: Reviewing Your Accounts – Review the financial state of your company
Module 19: Aged Debtors and Statements – Analyse account balances, aged debtors, statements and customer communication history
Module 20: Customer Receipts – Allocate receipts automatically, manually or partially using discounts and payments on account
Module 21: Customer Activity – Observe customer activity
Module 22: Supplier Batch Invoices – Add new suppliers, their account balances, and batch invoices
Module 23: Supplier Payments – Record and observe supplier payments, activity, print remittance and cheques
Module 24: More about the Nominal Ledger – Journal entries, nominal code activity, ledger graphs and records
Module 25: More about bank accounts – Learn about bank transfers, combined payments, and petty cash transactions
Module 26: Using the Cash Register – Recording and depositing with the cash register
Module 27: Bank Reconciliation – Reconcile bank account and carry out group transactions
Module 28: Recurring Entries – Recurring entry processes including bank set up, adding journals, and deleting recurring entries
Module 29: VAT Returns – Produce, make, print, reconcile and complete VAT related transactions
Module 30: More About Reports – Follow the audit trail, period trial balance, profit and loss, and the balance sheet report
Module 31: Using Dashboards – Use the dashboards effectively
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