Course: Sage IAB Computerised Accounting for Business Level 1, 2 & 3 - Member Level


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Program Description

What are the objectives of this course?

By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of bookkeeping from a beginner up to advanced level.

  • Explore the basic elements of computerised accounting for business with the Level 1 module. Learn about the principles of double entry bookkeeping, as well as the fundamentals of accounting, including invoices, receipts and tax.
  • Learn how to set up a new company including creating a chart of accounts to suit company requirements and creating customer and supplier account codes and records.
  • Discover the more complex functions of the Sage 50 software (included), including practising the routine functions, as well as bank and VAT reconciliation and informative reporting using customer and supplier date.
  • Delve into the more advanced features of the Sage 50 programme, which aren’t covered until you reach Level 3, including period end processes, controlling accounts for not-for-profit organisations/charities and the fixed asset register and depreciation.

Who is it intended for?

This complete package is aimed at potential candidates who are looking to complete an intensive bookkeeping course in order to start or further their career, or for individuals who need the certifications to quantify their current experience.


There are no pre-requisites for the course.

What marks this course apart?

This Level 3 dual certification with both IAB and Sage can really give you a lift above the competition. Once fully qualified, you will be able to add value to your name by adding IAB or MIAB at the end of it.

What happens after requesting information?

Once you have enquired you will be contacted by one of our specialist careers advisors who will be able to provide you with any further information you require.

Last updated Feb 2018

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