Find out more. Call 0800 33 66 33 or visit www.sage.co.uk/trainingSage 50 Accounts Project Costing Classroom Training 1 Day Course £280 + VATWhat do I learn?Take a comprehensive look at the project lifecycle including costs, budgeting, resources, charges and billing.By the end of this course you will:. Be familiar with Project Costing and understand how to configure the module. Be able to set up Cost Types and Cost Codes. Know how to create and enter Project Records and Sub-Projects. Understand how to assign invoices and bank payments to projects. Be able to record committed costs. Understand the concept and use of resources, project charges and credits. Be familiar with project reporting, activity and on screen enquiries. Understand Billing and Project closure"This course satisfied my training requirements and gave me an appetite to sign up for another one."Stuart BratchellAudio Visual Unit Ltd15Other options availablePrivate and Onsite Training
16Sage 50 Accounts Stage 1 Self Study Course 4 Workbooks £150This course includes:. 180-day version of Sage 50 Accounts. Practice data to enrich the learning experience. Four workbooks with free online tests throughout. Sage Certification Teste-Learning and CD Rom coursesOther options availableClassroomWhat do I learn?This course enables you to get setup and running with your Sage 50 Accounts software. You will cover the installation and the setup of your business accounts. You will also learn how to enter day-to-day transactions, make corrections and perform housekeeping tasks.By the end of this course you will:. Understand the installation procedure for Sage 50 Accounts and navigate around your software. Know how to deal with the setup of your company information as well as your nominal, bank, customer and supplier accounts. Be aware of your chart of accounts and how to tailor this to help you extract information that is relevant to your business. Become familiar with how to enter your customer, supplier and nominal opening balances for your business. Know how to enter day-to-day transactions with confidence, including journals, bank, cash and credit card transactions as well as customer and supplier invoices and payments and using Sage Pay. Understand how to use corrections to make changes to your transactions and also use the diary options. Apply housekeeping routines, such as backup and restore. Know how to setup users, assign access rights and change passwords. Become proficient to sit your Sage 50 Accounts Level 1 Certification exam with confidenceWhat's next?Build on your existing knowledge of Sage 50 Accounts by learning the Stage 2 and Stage 3 Self study course and Sage Certification.