Sage Training – Introduction (2 Days)

This 2 day course is designed to give you a firm understanding of the basic principles of Sage Line 50 Accounts, from navigation through to creating and amending entries. An intensive one day introduction to Sage this course aims to give you a good understanding of how to process basic transactions and how to find information quickly and efficiently in Sage Line 50.

Led by high experienced practitioners this Sage training course involves working on numerous practical, hands on examples and exercises in a workshop environment. Our Sage trainers have many years of experience and our hands-on courses mean that you leave with lots of practical Sage tips and tricks.

By the end of this Sage training course you will be able be comfortable using the basic features that Sage Line 50 offers. You will understand where to find key ledger, how to process invoices and bank receipts and how to process simple sales.

No previous experience of Sage is required although it is recommended that students have some knowledge of the principles of accounts and have basic PC experience, i.e. the ability to navigate the environment using a mouse and keyboard plus an understanding of computer file storage.

  • Accessing the Sage Line 50
  • Understand how to move around the modules and links
  • Use shortcut keys
  • Error correction
  • How to check, backup and restore data
  • Create new and amend nominal codes
  • Structure the chart of accounts
  • View and understand entries within the activity section
  • Supplier payments
  • Customer receipts
  • Bank payments and receipts
  • Petty cash payments and receipts
  • Credit card payments
  • Bank transfers
  • Create new and amend supplier records
  • Supplier Defaults
  • Post batch invoices and credit notes
  • View and understand entries within the activity section
  • Enter bank and cash transactions
  • Enter customer receipts; allocate credit notes, payments on account and refunds
  • Enter supplier payments; allocate credit notes, refunds and payments on account
  • Generate supplier remittances