Computerised Accounts (SAGE) level 2Vocational
This course extends the Level 1 Computerised Accounting qualification into more complex book-keeping transactions. The programme teaches candidates to apply manual book-keeping skills to a computerised accounting record system in the various ledgers at a more advanced level than the Level 1.
The Level 2 Computerised Accounts course will cover:
- Bank transactions and transfers
- Correction of errors
- Use of wages journals
- Preparing invoices
- Cancellation of cheques
- Discount accounting
The course uses the latest version of SAGE Software. SAGE is a leading provider of business software solutions worldwide, helping over 6 million customers in 24 countries to work efficiently and successfully.
The course leads to a qualification from City and Guilds - the highly respected examination body which is recognised and valued by employers across the world.
This course typically achieves a high success rate - exam results are consistently excellent. Students are therefore able to develop their skills for career progression, increased success in the workplace and enhanced employment opportunities across a range of industries and sectors and in a range of different roles.
The programme is delivered using a workbook which is studied at the learners own pace. The tutor underpins and reinforces this content and provides additional input. Sessions are workshop based and there is some expectation of practical homework exercises.
Course Leader profile
Yvonne Bunn is a highly respected lecturer/trainer and an experienced business woman. She has lectured in Business and Accounting at Calderdale College for the past 20 years, and for the last ten years has delivered training in Sage Line50, Sage Payroll and Manual Bookkeeping for both students and businesses.
She has twenty years experience in running two medium-sized companies, with particular responsibility for the financial management of the enterprises. She currently provides a full accountancy service and tax advice to small and medium-sized businesses.
It is Yvonne’s practical experience in the business world coupled with her teaching expertise which gives her students such a valuable learning experience. Her excellent interpersonal skills enable her to motivate and stimulate students of all ages and abilities. Her thorough planning and preparation make her classes focussed and effective.
Candidates must have successfully completed a Level 1 Computerised Accounts qualification or they must have practical knowledge and experience of using SAGE Software. Students who do not have a Level 1 Computerised Accounting software qualification will be interviewed to ascertain expertise in and experience of computerised systems.
An aptitude test and interview with a subject specialist tutor to review qualification levels and aptitude to the programme.
Questions & Answers
How is the course assessed?
Computerised Accounts level two is assessed by an externally set and marked examination. The exam is completed at a computer workstation using SAGE Software
Are there any opportunities for progression?
Book-Keeping Levels 1 and 2.
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- Attendance: Part-time (evening)
- Start Date: 23 January 2018
- Hours per week: 2 hours per week
- Days: Tuesday
- Start Time: 6.00 pm
- End Time: 8.00 pm
- Duration: 15 weeks
- Course Fees: £270 (FCR) The fee quoted is for guidance only and will be confirmed at enrolment Full Cost Recovery Courses for students aged 19+ do not attract any funding and therefore the full cost of the fees are payable by the student irrespective of their circumstances.
- Venue: Calderdale College
- Faculty: HE & Professonal Studies
- Department Manager: Karen Robson
- Level: Level 2
- Qualification Name: Computerised Accounts Level 2
- Awarding Body: C&G Pitman
- Course Contact: Katie Walker (9385)
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