What does the qualification cover?
By the end of the course candidates should be able to:
Add new accounts to Purchase/Sales Ledgers.
Create accounts in the Nominal Ledger from given information.
Process information in respect of the Sales Ledger, i.e. Invoices, Credit Notes and receipts.
Process information in respect of the Purchase Ledger, i.e. Invoice, Credit Notes and payments.
Calculate and reconcile all Batch Totals as required.
Print out copies of ledgers, balances and accounts as required.
After you have successfully completed this level, you are eligible to enroll on the next level of the C&G Computerised Accounts Level 2 (Sage Accounting)
Who is it suitable for?
Anyone who is considering a career in computer accounts
What are the entry requirements?
No formal entry qualifications are required but potential candidates should have an adequate understanding of the terms used in basic bookkeeping
How is it assessed?
Assessment is by examination which tests the candidates ability in the preparation and operation of computerised accounts software/packages and also to test the candidates ability to interpret and verify information from source documents
The examination will take the form of a case study in which it is assumed that the candidate is working in an accounts department using a computerised system. The initial accounts required for the examination will be created by the specialist teacher prior to the examination. Candidates will be permitted to use a calculator during the examination and will be responsible for any printing required.
Exams are computer-based – You are required to sit this exam at the end of the course
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|Course & Qualification:||Computerised Accounts (Sage Line 50) – Level 1|
|Progression route||This qualification gives you entry onto Computerised Accounts (Sage Line 50) – Level 2 or you can apply for a job in the industry|
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