Learn how to use Sage Line 50 to create customers suppliers and products. Carry out stock control and invoicing. Make and receive payments, and produce basic accounting reports.
You will need to have basic computer skills, and an understanding of bookkeeping terminology would be advantageous.
To provide the basic skills required to create and manage small business accounts using a computer-based accounts system. By the end of this course, you should be able to do the following:
PLEASE NOTE that it is the intention of this course to teach you how to use some of the basic features of the Sage Line 50 program - it is not designed to teach you the intricacies of accounting.
This course is studied by Open Learning self-study. Before the course you will attend a short induction in the learning centre, when you will be provided with your pack of learning materials. There are formative assessments for you to complete, which are exercises along the way to ensure you understand the course.
You will be provided with contact details for your tutor, who will be available by phone or email. If you have problems with any of the exercises, or difficulties in understanding the course, ask your tutor. Your tutor is there to help you with any problems, however small.
Completion of the course will require approximately 20 hours of study.
Open Learning courses start on the following dates each year:
You are welcome to come along and enrol on this course at any time. However, your course will commence on the next start date after your enrolment.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
On completion of this course you may wish to progress to the Sage Line 50 Intermediate course, which is also available by open learning.
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To enrol, or for further information on this course, please contact your local Argyll College Centre
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