Payroll course is all about payroll management. In this course you will learn how to calculate the payroll and general overall understanding about what salary is and the legal requirements in place the forms, the process, deadlines, and procedures. We look at different software so that you can understand the functionality and you can learn to perform calculations. We give you all picture that you as a Payroll Manager would need to know, to be proficient in doing the payroll.
There is a practical scenario assignment. There are various tasks to complete. You are given the responsibility of doing and have a go at, and then the video answer is available. It suggested that you:
- You will learn how to become an employer. How to set up a new starter (employee)? How to enter opening balances if they've given you a p45 from a previous employer? How to run payroll for various time slots - weekly, fortnightly, four weekly or monthly, how to calculate the net and gross, different terminology such as total, profit, NI, PAYE, cut off days, pension, wages, salary, attachment of earnings.
- In payroll management course, we will cover the rules of being an employer that how you can set to become an employer and the various governing bodies that you should be aware of notably the student loans pensions regular and company. We look at how and when everyone should pay and the penalties for missing deadlines. The different forms to fill in and the type of knowledge you should able to collect from everyone upon starting with your company and give learners when they leave. We provide you with the understanding of how to integrate the payroll with other functions such as your accounting software and the reports to run and keep the journal entries and what is going on behind the scenes and the actual cost of employing people amongst over things.
- In this course, we look at regular payments such as discretionary payments and wages such as commissions and bonuses. You will learn how to calculate sick pay and the difference between gross pay, pay, net pay and employers national insurance NI and employees NI and employers pension contribution vs employee pension contribution.
Payroll Management is a useful course if you are:
- going to take responsibility for getting the wages right
- thinking of employing people
- a bookkeeper or accountant and will be offering payroll services
- going for jobs which need you to be able to know payroll and use payroll software
- In this course, you will learn to access the various payroll software. In this course, we give you the link to access the version. This course will be sufficient
- We will look at Bright Pay
- It will teach you how to run your own business and want to know how to run the payroll for yourself
- The course materials include:
- It will able to use how to access the software for free
- Payroll Management Courses will take about 5 hours to complete
- Upon the successful completion that is equivalent to being at the level of having a level 2 certificate in computerised payroll
No previous knowledge is required or presumed. We start right from the very start to register to be an employer and set up payroll for your business, to running required payments. With an annual salary, to running payroll with absences set up and learn How to pay? How to account for payroll in your accounts? What to do when someone leaves and how the year-end process? What is due to the relevant authority and by when? You will learn something new.
Students who are looking for jobs where the requirement is working knowledge of how UK payroll works
Previous experience in accounting or payroll is not presumed or required.Those who have studied accounting, but want the practical expertise of payroll.
Bookkeepers and Accountants who need to have an understanding of the UK payroll system.