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54 Computerised Accounting for Business Training Courses

See also: Tax Accounting, Bookkeeping, Accounting, SAGE (Accounting Software), Payroll, Accounting Technicians (AAT & CAT), and Computerised Bookkeeping.

See also: Tax Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Accounting.

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Computerised Accounts Sage Level 2

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As an accountancy student we will work with you to develop the knowledge, skills and practical experience that you need to become a highly …

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Computerised Accounts (Sage Line 50)

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Who is the course for? Anyone who wishes to learn how to use a PC based accounting package. What will I study? This 6 Week Training Course …

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AAT Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting

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All businesses must keep a record of their income and expenses and the records should be as detailed as possible. For some, the idea of spr…

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Computerised Accounts Level 1

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This course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to process routine bookkeeping transactions and produce accountin…

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Accounting - (Computerised Accounts)

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This is a computerised accounting course designed for students who want to extend their knowledge of the Sage accounting software. Course c…

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Level 3 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business

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The Level 3 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business involves advanced bookkeeping routines and activities using a double entry …

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Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business (QCF) 601/0479/X

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This qualification is part of the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF), which became fully operational in September 2010. Qualification…

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Sage Accredited Computerised Accounting - Level 1

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Overview: Would you like to achieve an excellent Sage online accredited UK qualification, which will demonstrate a high level of skill and …

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Sage UK Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business - Level 2

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Overview: Would you like to achieve an excellent Sage online accredited UK qualification, which will demonstrate a high level of skill and …

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Sage 50 Computerised Accounting - Level 1

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Overview: Would you like to achieve an excellent Sage online accredited UK qualification, which will demonstrate a high level of skill and …

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Sage UK Diploma in Computerised Accounting for Business - Level 3

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Overview: Would you like to achieve an excellent Sage online accredited UK qualification, which will demonstrate a high level of skill and …

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Sage Accredited Computerised Accounting – Level 1

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Overview Global Edulink always strives to provide learners with the best possible experience, and we are proud to offer official Sage cours…

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Sage Award in Computerised Accounting - Level 1

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Business, Retail & Accounting What does the course include? This course is for people who would like to learn Sage Line 50 Accounting. The …

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Accounting - (Computerised Accounts)

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This is a basic computerised accounting course, designed for students who wish to learn how to use Sage Accounting software or those who wa…

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AAT Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting

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Distance learning / Home study course - AAT Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting All businesses must keep a record of their income and …

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What is Computerised Accounting?

Accounting is a financial method used by businesses to collect, organise, process and summarise data for financial reports and statements. Accounting can be used to find and track key business trends, and to report relevant organisational information.

Computers and dedicated accounting software have given organisation a more efficient processing and organisation of data.

What are the advantages?

If implmented correctly Computerised Accounting has many advantages for a business:

  • It will increase the speed and easy of both recording and retriving accounting information
  • Accounting information can be easily shared via the internet and the Intranet
  • Accounting softwares and programs can automate many aspects of accounting, such as, calculations and double entries

Most modern accountants need to have some knowledge and skill in computerised accountingto operate succesfully.

What are the disadvantages?

Computerised Accounting greatly increases the effieciency of many accounting taks, but there are a few downsides:

  • Computers add programming errors and malfunctions to everyday human error as a source of inaccuracy in accounting
  • Accounting systems that are connected to the internet are vulnerable to outside attacks such as theft, viruses and hacking.
  • Frud vulnerability, since electronic data can be altered undetectable after entering data.

Nevertheless, most accounting systems have now developed security measures to reduce the chance of the above downsides coming to live.

How to and Why Learn Computerised Accounting

Learning computerised accounting is practical, but not easy. In general, once you learn one system, it can be easy to transfer knowledge to another system.

  1. Practice, practice and more practice. You need to get as much hands-on experience as possible. Make sure to search for training courses that use a demo to teach the system.
  2. Attend training sessions to learn new knowledge and to keep up-to-date with the newsest trends and laws. Whether it's online, distance learning or face-to-face, getting real training is invaluable.
  3. Self-Study. You can make up real-life scenarios and work them out on your computerised system, or you can find an online self-study tutorial that are affordable and easy.