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Sage 50 is the leading accounts software used by businesses worldwide. Master everyday accounting tasks and become a proficient user of Sage 50 payroll software with the Payroll Administrator Training course.
This online course is ideal for trainee accountants, and HR professionals who wish to develop their payroll skills for career advancement.
You can choose to study this course part-time or full-time, which contains a series of multiple-choice questions. In this masterclass, we will walk you through the entire payroll process, covering essential pay elements such as checking legislation settings, amending employee records, and entering company details. Our payroll training includes practical exercises to provide a complete learning experience.
Highlights of Payroll Administrator Training
- Learn how to utilise Sage 50 accounting software’s features and functions for everyday administrative tasks
- Gain sufficient knowledge of the payroll process, how to set up payroll, payslips, month-end reports and more
- Understand how to check the legislation settings
- Learn key accounting skills to boost your professional development
- Get step-by-step tutoring on how to set up a pension scheme
- Understand the process for setting up new starters and processing leavers
- Fast track your career with an internationally-recognised certificate of achievement
- Be able to produce historical reports and enter historical data
We’ve taken this comprehensive Payroll Administrator Training course and broken it down into 48 manageable units which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of the payroll administrator skills. It really is a sure pathway to success.
This Payroll Administrator Training is designed with the following modules:
**Sage 50 Payroll for Beginners**
Module 1: Payroll Basics – Setting up payroll, tax codes, month end, reports, keeping records, licence limitations and links to an accounts program
Module 2: Company Settings – Details, bank & coinage, absence, analysis, tax funding, statutory funding, HMRC payments, documents
Module 3: Legislation Settings – Legislation setting dialog box, PAYE, NI bands & rates, SSP, SMP/SAP/SPP/ShPP, car details, student, AEO rates, minimum wage, childcare, automatic enrolment
Module 4: Pension Scheme Basics – Pensions schemes dialog box, setting up pension scheme, pensions regulator website and the sage 50 payroll pensions module
Module 5: Pay Elements – Pay elements settings dialog box, managing payment and deduction types, loans, net payments, salary sacrifice
Module 6: The Processing Date – Changing the processing date
Module 7: Adding Existing Employees – Using quick employee, adding multiple employees, changing their status, updating year-to-date values
Module 8: Adding New Employees –Adding new employees in a variety of ways
Module 9: Payroll Processing Basics – Payroll process view, change processing dates
Module 10: Entering Payments – Entering payment window, checking and editing payments
Module 11: Pre-Update Reports – Employer costs report, payslips, BACS payments reports, figures for accounts
Module 12: Updating Records – Updating records, period end P32 report
Module 13: e-Submissions Basics – e-submissions settings, EAS, FPS, EPS
Module 14: Process Payroll (November) – Entering payments, pre-update reports, updating records, P32 reports, full payment submission
Module 15: Employee Records and Reports – Using employee record window, tabs and to find employee and their reports
Module 16: Editing Employee Records – Editing different records for employees, creating new factored pay elements, applying pay elements to employees
Module 17: Process Payroll (December) – Processing the payroll, entering payments, pre-update reports, updating records, P32 report and Full payment submission
Module 18: Resetting Payments – Introduction to reset payments wizard
Module 19: Quick SSP – Processing the payroll with SSP, entering payments, pre-update reports, updating records, P32 report and full payment submission
Module 20: An Employee Leaves – Entering payments, updating records, lever wizard, P32 report, full payment submission, rejoining employees
Module 21: Final Payroll Run – Entering payments, pre-update reports, updating records, P32 report, full payment submissions
Module 22: Reports and Historical Data – Reports window, employee, company, legislation and historical reports, historical data settings, printing historical payslips and history report by employee
Module 23: Year-End Procedures – Year end tasks, payroll year end wizard, post year-end tasks
**Sage 50 Payroll Intermediate Level**
Module 1: The Outline View and Criteria – View by department and payment method, payment period and payment method, and resetting criteria
Module 2: Global Changes – See the affects of global changes to pay period and pay method, tax codes, and pay rates
Module 3: Timesheets – Using and resetting timesheets, processing payroll and changing process dates
Module 4: Departments and Analysis – Focus on managing new and old departments and their employees, analysis in different platforms
Module 5: Holiday Schemes – Reviewing holiday schemes, adding new ones, arranging national holidays and managing employee holiday schemes
Module 6: Recording Holidays – Recoding holidays, removing absence days, checking holiday records, holiday scheme reports
Module 7: Absence Reasons – Customize absence reasons, recording absence, different examples, reducing pay for unauthorised absence and absence reports
Module 8: Statutory Sick Pay – Working with patterns and absence year, SSP qualifications, rates, reports, and utilizing quick SSP dialog box
Module 9: Statutory Maternity Pay – SMP rates, payment, managing maternity details, processing payroll, other parental leave, changing the processing date and more
Module 10: Student Loans – Setting up and processing student loan repayments for employees
Module 11: Company Cars – Adding new cars, keeping track of business trips, processing payroll, car reports and taxation
Module 12: Workplace Pensions – Payroll pension module, automatic enrolment, reviewing pension scheme details, reports and more
Module 13: Holiday Funds – Managing holiday fund payments, processing payroll, paying out from the holiday fund, holiday fund reports and more
Module 14: Roll Back – Mistakes and payroll processing, roll back the payroll for selected employees, correcting mistakes and processing required change
Module 15: Passwords and Access Rights –Setting up passwords, new users, testing admin profile, changing personal password, deleting user accounts
Module 16: Options and Links – Contacts, program options, WebLinks
Module 17: Linking Payroll to Accounts – Nominal link setting dialog box, linking data.
How is the Payroll Administrator Training course assessed?
To successfully complete the Payroll Administrator Training course you must pass an automated, multiple-choice assessment. The assessment is delivered through our online learning platform. You will receive the results of your assessment immediately upon completion.
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Upon successful course completion, you will qualify for a CPD certificate from One Education as proof of your new skills. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
Who is this course for?
Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this Payroll Administrator Training course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.
This course is compatible with all kinds of devices and the age requirement for this Payroll Administrator Training course is 16. So, basically, everyone can take this course to acquire the payroll administrator skills that are necessary.
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