This is a great award programme if you wish to learn manual and computerised payroll. Fully flexible and self-paced, it is suitable for beginner level. You'll gain practical experience on how to run a payroll manually first of all, so you get to know the processes and procedures, then you will learn how to run a payroll using Sage. In addition to the payroll elements of this Award you'll study Microsoft Excel, a valuable spreadsheet programme widely used in finance and payroll departments.
The course is highly practical in nature – not only will you have the knowledge you need, but through a range of practical exercises based on real-life scenarios, you will have the skills and confidence to apply your new payroll knowledge in the world of work. Ideal for anyone who wants to either work in finance or HR where payroll will be a part of the role.
Awarded 60 CPD points upon successful completion
If you have an aptitude for figures and wish to learn manual and computerised payroll, then this practical course is for you. Through studying for this Award, you will become confident in popular and in-demand software including Sage Payroll and Microsoft Excel. This means you’ll have all you need to get into the world of payroll; the Award will also help secure you an interview in a payroll department.
You can start when you like and our flexible learning system means you can fit your studying around your existing work and home commitments. There will also be a course advisor on hand to help, should you need additional support
The aim of this Award is to teach you how to run a business payroll – both manual and computerised, so that you are able to effectively and efficiently put your skills directly into practice in the workplace.
Microsoft Excel is the world’s most popular spreadsheet program. This course is suitable for beginner to intermediate level. Over 10 self-paced lessons you’ll learn how to format your spreadsheet to best display your information, handle simple and complex formulas, insert charts, learn how to insert functions such as IFERROR and much much more.
Our Excel Expert level course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to use this popular spreadsheet programme to an advanced level. You can choose whether you’d like to study 2013 or 2010 and over a series of self-paced lessons you’ll learn how to perform tasks such as conditional formatting, recording and running macros, working with pivot tables and using statistical functions.
There are no specific pre-requisites required.
If you’re training to learn how to process a business payroll you could work towards a career as Payroll Clerk, Finance Assistant, Accounts Assistant, HR Administrator or even HR Manager.