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Sage 50cloud Accounts Essentials Certification

Get the expertise you need to work with Sage accounting software. A Sage Certification is designed to test your skills using Sage 50cloud Accounts Essentials; an ideal next step in your training development.


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£99 inc. VAT

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What is Sage Certification?

What should I expect?

Exams last 1 hr and are taken online, so you have the flexibility of where and when you choose to take the exam.

It will involve a combination of:

  • Drag and drop scenarios
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Simulations of your Sage software
Sage 50cloud Accounts Essentials Certification:
Level 1
  • Navigate around your software
  • Use shortcut keys
  • Deal with company settings
  • Set up access rights
  • Configure the chart of accounts
  • Set up departments
  • Set up customer details, defaults and terms
  • Set up supplier details, defaults and terms
  • Create and maintain nominal records
  • Prepare, plan and post opening balances
Sage 50cloud Accounts Essentials Certification:
Level 2
  • Post supplier invoices and credit notes
  • Post payments, match credit notes and payment on accounts
  • Create and update customer invoices and credit notes
  • Record customer receipts
  • Post journals
  • Set up and process recurring transactions
  • Set up product records and create product invoices
  • Apply search criteria, multiple searches and wild cards
  • Check and correct transactions
  • Backup, restore and check your data
Sage 50cloud Accounts Essentials Certification:
Level 3
  • Review the ageing frequency on outstanding invoices
  • Produce ageing report
  • Understand the different types of customer correspondence
  • Write off customer or supplier transactions and adjust VAT
  • Perform a bank reconciliation
  • Produce a profit and loss, balance sheet and transfer basic information to Microsoft Excel
  • Set up and post depreciation and dispose of an asset
  • Deal with the VAT return
  • Run the year end