Sage 50 Accounts Courses for Beginners

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Sage 50 Accounts is a market-leading accounts software designed to help you manage your finances, by keeping track of who owes you money and who you owe money to. It can also quickly analyse your business performance with a range of reports and give you the information you need to stay in control of a business.

But this doesn’t happen by magic. Most people would agree that it takes time to get to grips with any new software package and everyone has to begin somewhere.

As a beginner to any new software package, it is important to take a course that will firstly help to build your confidence and then to learn how to deal with customer, supplier and banking transactions. New users need time to explore the software, learn quick keys, get tips on how to process data accurately and how to check if the entries made are correct.

Aimed at those who are new to accounting and bookkeeping, our Sage 50 Accounts beginners course provides the perfect starting point to learn how to carry out various finance and administration duties using computerised accounting software.

The course has been developed to give you the most up to date skills required by employers so it will help enhance your employability or it can teach you how to maintain the finances of your own business.

What subjects are covered on a Sage 50 Accounts course?

You will learn how to:

  • How to make your way around the software
  • Create customer and supplier records
  • Add new accounts to the nominal ledger
  • Process day to day transactions like customer and supplier invoices and credit notes, bank receipts and payments
  • Produce useful reports
  • Backup and restore

Who is the Sage 50 Accounts course designed for:

  • New or Temporary staff
  • Accounts assistant, Accounts Clerk or Bookkeeping Assistant
  • Accounts manager or Office manager
  • Office clerk or Administration Assistant
  • Financial controller

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