Every company needs to run a payroll, understand PAYE and National Insurance; this is where our ICB Level 3 Payroll Management Course can help. Sage Payroll is the world’s most popular bookkeeping software, used by businesses across the UK for this purpose. The ICB Level 3 Payroll Management course will give you the essential tools for a career in payroll, ideal for work in a range of business sectors, from large corporations to not for profit organisations.
The ICB Level 3 Diploma in Payroll Management course is designed for complete beginners and for people who want to gain a recognised qualification in Payroll. It’s for people who have previously worked in payroll and have not received a qualification or wish to return to working in payroll and need to update their knowledge.
It could be that you intend to set up your own Payroll Management business, and the skills to an existing bookkeeping and accountancy practice or simply gain a better understanding of manual and computerised payroll to deal with your own employees Payroll.
The Sage ICB Payroll Management online course is specifically designed for those wanting to learn sage from home or study sage accounting via online training and develop their computerised bookkeeping skills quickly and conveniently.
Payroll Management is an obvious add-on for any bookkeeper. This qualification covers the theoretical knowledge and demonstration of the use of various tables and publications issued by HMRC and the demonstration of how to carry out computerised handling of payroll related matters. Having this qualification on your CV could help you stand out from the crowd.
The ICB’s role as a membership body is to provide ongoing support to members to ensure they are knowledgeable and up to date with the latest legislation, mindful of their ethical obligations, and best-placed to provide a trusted and exemplary service to business.
In the bookkeeping industry, The ICB need no introduction, they are the biggest institution of its kind in the world. Effortlessly and professionally maintaining the high standards of bookkeeping as a profession.
Up to 120 hours which is under 40 minutes per day for 6 months.
You have up to a year to complete this course and we have included a suggested number of study hours above. This is usually ample time for learners, even with full-time jobs and other commitments. Don’t worry if you go over the year though, we can organise an extension to your course for a small fee, which also extends your tutor support.
This is a paper-based course, meaning that we will send all of your study materials out to you in the post. However, correspondence with your personal tutor is via email and our student portal.
There is one assessment (P3). Successful candidates will need to pass just this one online assessment to gain the full qualification and this exam is taken via The ICB portal on your computer at home. To sit this exam, there will be an additional cost of £65.
At the end of this course, you will be able to work as a Payroll Clerk and you will also receive an official certificate of completion from the ICB. Read more about the ICB here.
You will have access to your personal tutor, via email and telephone, who will mark your assignments and guide you through the course. In addition, you will be supplied with a comprehensive Study Guide which will help you through the study and assessment process. Your personal tutor will be highly experienced in their subject area and qualified to teach.
You don’t need any prior skills in the subject area to start. However, as with all of our courses, we recommend a reasonable level of English reading and writing ability.
No, all of the study materials are supplied within your learning pack.
We include 6 months’ access to the full version of SageOne within our course fee. Our cloud-based Sage software runs on any computer with a web browser.
That’s fine, this course can be studied anywhere and is completed by submitting Tutor marked assignments (TMAs).
No. While you can choose to write your assignments by hand, the majority of students type up their work in a word processor and then submit it via email to their tutors. A typed essay is much easier to save and edit and makes it easier for tutors to read.
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