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Payroll: Payroll Manager

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19 hours
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40 CPD hours / points
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A complete bundle for aspiring Payroll Manager / Payroll Administrators!!


Package Includes:

  1. Unlimited access to all 4 courses for forever
  2. 4 Digital Certificates, 4 Transcripts and Student ID all included in the price
  3. Absolutely no hidden fees
  4. Directly receive CPD accredited proficiency after course completion
  5. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from professionals
  6. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing
  7. Receive the original copies of your certificate and transcript on the next working day
  8. Easily learn the skills and knowledge from the comfort of your home

A payroll manager is a business finance and human resources professional who handles all aspects of preparing and distributing employees’ payments. This includes maintaining payroll records, calculating taxes, balancing payroll accounts and overseeing other members of the payroll staff. A payroll manager’s job responsibilities typically include:

  • Directing and managing payroll procedures
  • Preparing payroll reports that include savings deductions, exemptions and insurance coverage
  • Ensuring compliance with applicable laws and tax obligations
  • Identifying payroll liabilities by calculating federal and state income taxes, social security taxes, unemployment payments and workers compensation payments
  • Supervising the payroll team and providing training and guidance as needed
  • Processing and distributing employee payments by issuing checks, direct transfers or other payment methods

Kickstart your career & boost your employability by helping you discover your skills, talents and interests with our special Payroll: Payroll Manager Bundle . You’ll create a pathway to your ideal job as this course is designed to uplift your career in the relevant industry. It provides professional training that employers are looking for in today’s workplaces.

This Payroll: Payroll Manager Bundle consists the following Professional Career Oriented courses:

  • Course 1: Payroll Manager and HR Management
  • Course 2: Payroll (UK Payroll System, Payee, Tax, NI, Pension)
  • Course 3: HR Management
  • Course 4: Tax Accounting, Payroll & Wage Management

The course is self-paced and can be taken from the comfort of your home, office, or on the go! With our Student ID card you will get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

Enrol in our Payroll: Payroll Manager Course today and start learning.


40 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

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Course Curriculum

**Payroll: Payroll Manager**

**Payroll Manager and HR Management**

Sage 50 Payroll for Beginners

  • Module 1: Payroll Basics
  • Module 2: Company Settings
  • Module 3: Legislation Settings
  • Module 4: Pension Scheme Basics
  • Module 5: Pay Elements
  • Module 6: The Processing Date
  • Module 7: Adding Existing Employees
  • Module 8: Adding New Employees
  • Module 9: Payroll Processing Basics
  • Module 10: Entering Payments
  • Module 11: Pre-Update Reports
  • Module 12: Updating Records
  • Module 13: e-Submissions Basics
  • Module 14: Process Payroll (November)
  • Module 15: Employee Records and Reports
  • Module 16: Editing Employee Records
  • Module 17: Process Payroll (December)
  • Module 18: Resetting Payments
  • Module 19: Quick SSP
  • Module 20: An Employee Leaves
  • Module 21: Final Payroll Run
  • Module 22: Reports and Historical Data
  • Module 23: Year-End Procedures

Sage 50 Payroll Intermediate Level

  • Module 1: The Outline View and Criteria
  • Module 2: Global Changes
  • Module 3: Timesheets
  • Module 4: Departments and Analysis
  • Module 5: Holiday Schemes
  • Module 6: Recording Holidays
  • Module 7: Absence Reasons
  • Module 8: Statutory Sick Pay
  • Module 9: Statutory Maternity Pay
  • Module 10: Student Loans
  • Module 11: Company Cars
  • Module 12: Workplace Pensions
  • Module 13: Holiday Funds
  • Module 14: Roll Back
  • Module 15: Passwords and Access Rights
  • Module 16: Options and Links
  • Module 17: Linking Payroll to Accounts

**Payroll (UK Payroll System, Payee, Tax, NI, Pension)**

  • Module 01: Payroll System in the UK
  • Module 02: Payroll Basics
  • Module 03: Company Settings
  • Module 04: Legislation Settings
  • Module 05: Pension Scheme Basics
  • Module 06: Pay Elements
  • Module 07: The Processing Date
  • Module 08: Adding Existing Employees
  • Module 09: Adding New Employees
  • Module 10: Payroll Processing Basics
  • Module 11: Entering Payments
  • Module 12: Pre-Update Reports
  • Module 13: Updating Records
  • Module 14: e-Submissions Basics
  • Module 15: Process Payroll (November)
  • Module 16: Employee Records and Reports
  • Module 17: Editing Employee Records
  • Module 18: Process Payroll (December)
  • Module 19: Resetting Payments
  • Module 20: Quick SSP
  • Module 21: An Employee Leaves
  • Module 22: Final Payroll Run
  • Module 23: Reports and Historical Data
  • Module 24: Year-End Procedures

**HR Management**

Section 1: Introduction

  • Unit 1: Welcome to the Course
  • Unit 2: Course Highlights
  • Unit 3: Quick Activity

Section 2: Core Concepts

  • Unit 1: What does Talent Management Mean
  • Unit 2: Steps for Talent Management Process
  • Unit 3: Meaning of Talent Acquisition
  • Unit 4: 4 Tips to Hire the Best Employees
  • Unit 5: Training & Developing Employees + Quick Tips
  • Unit 6: Why Companies Spend Million Dollars in Training & Development
  • Unit 7: Why Employee Retention is Important for a Company
  • Unit 8: Employee Retention Techniques

Section 3: Best Employee Retention Strategies That Actually Work

  • Unit 1: Why These Strategies Are So Useful
  • Unit 2: 1st Retention Strategy
  • Unit 3: 2nd Retention Strategy
  • Unit 4: Quick Activity – Here’s How to Use It

Section 4: Employee Benefits & Retention Strategies Used by World's Top Companie

  • Unit 1: Section Introduction
  • Unit 2: How Google Takes Care of its Employees
  • Unit 3: How Microsoft Retains it’s Employees
  • Unit 4: Key Takeaway

Section 5: Practical Tips to Retain Employees in Your Organisation

  • Unit 1: Offer Quick Incentives
  • Unit 2: Show Career Growth
  • Unit 3: Praising & Rewarding
  • Unit 4: Make it Convenient
  • Unit 5: Sponsor Education

Section 6: Bonus Section: Building a Strong Relation with Employees

  • Unit 1: 3 Words to Retain Your Best Employees

Section 7: Conclusion

  • Unit 1: Conclusion

**Tax Accounting, Payroll & Wage Management**

  • Module 01: Tax System and Administration in the UK
  • Module 02: Tax on Individuals
  • Module 03: National Insurance
  • Module 04: How to Submit a Self-Assessment Tax Return
  • Module 05: Fundamentals of Income Tax
  • Module 06: Payee, Payroll and Wages
  • Module 07: Value Added Tax
  • Module 08: Corporation Tax
  • Module 09: Double Entry Accounting
  • Module 10: Management Accounting and Financial Analysis
  • Module 11: Career as a Tax Accountant in the UK


Following your completion of the Payroll: Payroll Manager course materials, you will be able to take an assignment test to assess your knowledge. You will be able to grab the PDF certificates & transcripts for free after passing the test. Original Hard Copy certificates must be bought separately for an extra £8.

Who is this course for?

This Payroll: Payroll Manager training is suitable for —

  • Students
  • Recent graduates
  • Job Seekers
  • Individuals who are already employed in the relevant sectors and wish to enhance their knowledge and expertise.


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Career path

The highest salary for a Payroll Manager in United Kingdom is £59,071 per year. The lowest salary for a Payroll Manager in United Kingdom is £27,964 per year.

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