Computerised accounting for business Level 1 IAB

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Computerised accounting for business Level 1 IAB
Who is the course for?
For those of you who wish to begin your studies of computerised accounting within a working
business environment and gain an entry qualification at Level 1. Owners of small business may
also find this qualification useful.
What are the entry requirements?
Level 1 English
Entry 3 Maths
What will I study?
A total of 6 credits must be achieved to gain the full qualification from four units: Introduction to
bookkeeping (1 credit); Working within Bookkeeping (2 credits); Banking procedures (1 credit); Computerised Accounting Software (2 credits). You will be introduced to financial record keeping using Sage accounting softw…

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Computerised accounting for business Level 1 IAB
Who is the course for?
For those of you who wish to begin your studies of computerised accounting within a working
business environment and gain an entry qualification at Level 1. Owners of small business may
also find this qualification useful.
What are the entry requirements?
Level 1 English
Entry 3 Maths
What will I study?
A total of 6 credits must be achieved to gain the full qualification from four units: Introduction to
bookkeeping (1 credit); Working within Bookkeeping (2 credits); Banking procedures (1 credit); Computerised Accounting Software (2 credits). You will be introduced to financial record keeping using Sage accounting software. You will also learn the necessary skills to carry out a range of basic day-to-day computerised accounting software. The activities will include entry of business transactions, and routine basic bookkeeping tasks.
How is the course taught?
A range of practical activities will be set to develop knowledge, skills and understanding.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed through a combination of IAB set knowledge tests and a skills assignment.
By the end of the course what vocational skills will I obtain?
Able to use tools and techniques to process business transactions
What materials do I need for the course?
You will need a calculator, a pen, a ruler and A4 sized ruled sheets of paper. On registration with
IAB, you will get a full copy of the latest version of Sage 50 Accounts Professional, which will be
time limited to the duration of the course. You will also receive a Sage/IAB workbook that covers
the full course.
What courses can I progress to after successfully completing this one?
Award in Bookkeeping Level 1
What work-place skills does this course equip me with?
Ability to use Sage software

Fee information

Accredited courses

Fee A

Full Fee (Full fees for courses of 15 weeks or more can be paid in two instalments. You must include the first half with your enrolment)

Fee B

If you are:

  • aged 16-18 years old on an accredited course
  • on Job Seeker's Allowance or on Employment Support Allowance (Work-Related Activity Group)
  • unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit (or are dependent of someone who is unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit) and sign a Declaration of Intention to enter employment
  • aged 19-23 studying for a first full Level 2 qualification and do not already have a full Level 2 qualification or equivalent
  • aged 19-24 studying for a first full Level 3 qualification and you do not already have a full Level 3 qualification or equivalent
  • studying GCSE English or maths and do not already have a grade C or above
  • studying an accredited English or maths course
  • studying an entry or Level 1 accredited course and are aged 19-23 and have prior attainment below full Level 2. (This does not apply to ESOL courses)
  • taking part in a Family Learning activity

Fee C

Exam fees are non-refundable and payable at enrolment. In some cases exam fees are to be confirmed.

*first £40 of the exam fee applies.


Non-accredited coursesFee AFull Fee (Full fees for courses of 15 weeks or more can be paid in two instalments. You must include the first half with your enrolment).Fee BLearners who are working and are in receipt of means tested benefits other than JSA/ESA e.g. housing benefit, council tax benefit, income support or pension credit.Fee C

Learners in receipt of 'active' benefits i.e. job seekers allowance, Employment Support allowance (Work Related Activity Group).

or

Learners in receipt of wider benefits (or their unwaged dependant) e.g. council tax benefit, housing benefit, income support, pension guarantee credit who sign to declare that they are intending to enter employment.

You will be required to provide valid proof that you are entitled to receive a free course or a reduced fee at enrolment.

Fee information

Accredited courses

Fee A

Full Fee (Full fees for courses of 15 weeks or more can be paid in two instalments. You must include the first half with your enrolment)

Fee B

If you are:

  • aged 16-18 years old on an accredited course
  • on Job Seeker's Allowance or on Employment Support Allowance (Work-Related Activity Group)
  • unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit (or are dependent of someone who is unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit) and sign a Declaration of Intention to enter employment
  • aged 19-23 studying for a first full Level 2 qualification and do not already have a full Level 2 qualification or equivalent
  • aged 19-24 studying for a first full Level 3 qualification and you do not already have a full Level 3 qualification or equivalent
  • studying GCSE English or maths and do not already have a grade C or above
  • studying an accredited English or maths course
  • studying an entry or Level 1 accredited course and are aged 19-23 and have prior attainment below full Level 2. (This does not apply to ESOL courses)
  • taking part in a Family Learning activity

Fee C

Exam fees are non-refundable and payable at enrolment. In some cases exam fees are to be confirmed.

*first £40 of the exam fee applies.


Non-accredited coursesFee AFull Fee (Full fees for courses of 15 weeks or more can be paid in two instalments. You must include the first half with your enrolment).Fee BLearners who are working and are in receipt of means tested benefits other than JSA/ESA e.g. housing benefit, council tax benefit, income support or pension credit.Fee C

Learners in receipt of 'active' benefits i.e. job seekers allowance, Employment Support allowance (Work Related Activity Group).

or

Learners in receipt of wider benefits (or their unwaged dependant) e.g. council tax benefit, housing benefit, income support, pension guarantee credit who sign to declare that they are intending to enter employment.

You will be required to provide valid proof that you are entitled to receive a free course or a reduced fee at enrolment.

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