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Combined Theory and Sage PayrollAcudemy Ltd
Combined Theory and Sage Payroll Training - Acudemy Ltd
This structured training program covers all areas of Payroll, this training course provides participants with the skills required to perform basic payroll functions such as calculating gross pay and statutory deductions. Core aspects of payroll, but also provides a foundational knowledge of specialised and irregular aspects of payroll like court orders, student loans, and processing starters and leavers. Essential skills in interacting with non-payroll internal and external bodies are also covered.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Ideal for those who are new to payroll and require training on the fundamental elements of payroll processing. Suitable for Payroll Admin Teams, HR Teams and CIS teams using Sage.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Acudemy Certificate of Completion Attendance Continuous Personal Development (CPD) Sage Payroll Level 2 Certification
Training Course Content
Key points will consist of:
- Topic 1: Payroll Administration
- Topic 2: Introduction / Employment Law
- Topic 3: Starters and Leavers
- Topic 4: Tax
- Topic 5: National Insurance Contribution
- Topic 6: Minimum Wage
- Topic 7: Holiday Leave
- Topic 8: SSP
- Topic 9: SMP
- Topic 10: Student Loan
- Topic 11: Child Care
- Topic 12: Automatic Enrolment
- Navigate confidently in Sage 50 Payroll
- Check the legislation settings in your software
- Configure your software to suit your company requirements
- Set-up and amend
Acudemy provides recognised and bespoke training within specialised fields of Finance and Management. Our offering has been specifically designed to help individuals achieve their educational and career goals. We currently offer classroom based learning which serves the London area with...
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