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Introduction to Payroll level 1 Online
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This is a 1 week non-accredited course, which needs to be completed prior to progressing to the Skillsfirst Level 1 Award in Computerised Payroll for Business.

The course will help you to:
• Have an overview of the content of the Skillsfirst Award in Computerised Payroll
• Have a knowledge of legislation that must be adhered to when employing staff
• Calculate Gross pay using time rate, piecework & overtime
• Calculate maternity pay
• Calculate NI & PAYE
• Understand information required for new starters



To be eligible for a free funded course you must be over 19 years of age as at 31st August 2024 and not be an apprentice, further eligibility may be linked to where you live and we will check that at enrolment stage and may contact you for further information or refer you to alternative provision.
Basic IT skills are essential.
You should hold qualifications at level 2 in maths and English.


Face to face sessions – You will need a pen, paper and calculator.
Online sessions - You will need a pen, paper and calculator. You will also need access to a computer or laptop with internet and email.



Your teacher will give verbal and written feedback throughout the course.


You will achieve an understanding of the requirements of the Skillsfirst level 1 Computerised Payroll for Business and of the topics studied in the first module.

Throughout your time learning with us, you will also have developed a whole range of skills that can be transferred from your course to a working environment, your home life or your own personal development.
Skills such as time management, organisation, research skills, networking and presenting ideas are all part of your learning journey along with decision making, problem solving and overcoming obstacles. All these skills will help you to become a confident, self-motivated person and will assist you on your chosen pathway.


Skillsfirst Award in Computerised Payroll for Business Level 1 (Sage Cloud)
Introduction to Sage Accounts
Skillsfirst Award in Computerised Accounting for Business Level (Sage Cloud)
AAT Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping
AAT Level 1 Award in Business Skills
AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting
AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping


You must also attend the relevant Introduction to sessions for the course chosen.

15004TL
08/08/2024
08/08/2024
09:15 AM - 02:45 PM
Thursday
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Concessions may be available based on income and benefit status

Helping you financially

  • 92% of our learners receive full funding for their learning. Our mission is to support you on the right learning path (T&C apply).
  • We can offer financial support relating to childcare costs, travel costs, course fees, books etc. (T&C apply).
  • You can pay for your course in instalments (over £100). Please ask for details.
  • English, maths including GCSEs and computing courses (up to Level 1) are FREE subject to eligibility (adult learners aged 19+ at 31st August 2023).
  • Qualification courses at Level 2 or below are FREE if your individual employed/self employed income is below £20,319.
  • If you have not yet achieved a Level 3 qualification or equivalent, you could learn for FREE.
  • Don’t worry if you have already gained a Level 3 qualification, but want to change your career path and try something new – you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan which you start to pay back when you earn over £27,295.
  • From April 2023, some Level 3 courses will be available for FREE to adults who are unemployed or earning below the National Living Wage annually (£20,319), even if you already have a Level 3 qualification or higher. This funding is part of the ‘Level 3 Free Courses for Jobs’ offer and you will find a full list of qualifications included in this offer here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/find-a-free-level-3-qualification/list-of-free-level-3-qualifications-available-to-eligible-adults

If you are unsure on what price you should pay, please contact us on 01609 536066 or email adultlearningservice@northyorks.gov.uk