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Accounts Payable and Receivable



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£600 inc VAT (was £750)
Offer ends 30 June 2021
Study method
Online with live classes
3 days, Full-time
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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An accounts payable and receivable system is an important part of any business today. This module will enable you to understand the processes behind purchase ledger and accounts receivable management which in turn improves accuracy and reduces costs associated with the work of the Accounts Payable and Receivable departments.


Accounts Payable (Day 1 and Day 2) Key points which will be covered:

• Understanding the importance of your role
• Understanding the role of auditors and what you can do to prepare for their visit
• Internal checks and controls; error and fraud prevention and detection
• Setting up new supplier accounts
• Performing supplier statement reconciliations
• Processing expense claims and credit card statements
• Capital and revenue expenditure
• Introduction to VAT and non-deductible items
• Processing pro-forma invoices & VAT payment schedules
• Monitoring costs, reclaiming credit notes, rebates and overpayments
• Claiming settlement discounts
• Spotting errors and mistakes promptly and avoiding duplicate payments
• Journals, prepayments and accruals
• Performing supplier statement reconciliations
• Reviewing the Aged Creditors Listing
• Monitoring costs
• Managing Budgets and maximising supplier discounts
• Cash Forecasting
• Month end and year end procedures, the purpose of management accounts
• Effective filing
• Paperless AP technology

Accounts Receivable (Day 3)

• The importance of cash flow

• Techniques to get money into your business quicker

• Cash vs credit customers

• The working capital cycle

• How to calculate a bad debt provision

The accounts receivable information is as follows:

Learning Outcomes

The accounts receivable cycle

The accounts receivable best practices

Learn how to restrict fradulant practices in your accounts receivable department

How to increase your turnover

The accounts receivable information is as follows:

  • The importance of cash flow
  • Techniques to get money into your business quicker
  • Cash vs credit customers
  • The working capital cycle
  • How to calculate a bad debt provision

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal and recommended for Accounts Payable/Receivable team leaders who have a minimum one year years’ experience or who is new to Purchase/Receivable Ledger Supervisor roles or new Accounts Assistants


There are no prerequisites or entry requirements, as long as you want to get more experience in the field of Accounts Payable/Receivable, this is the right place for you.

Career path

Accounts Payable/Receivable Team

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