Sage 50 Accounts Classroom Training Courses

Some of the benefits of Sage Training:

Courses are presented in language that is clear, jargon-free and easy to understand
Our trainers and tutors continually review and revise course content so it’s up to date with the latest developments
Gain the skills you need to make the most of your Software and work more effectively and efficiently

So, who’s it for?

Sage Training is suitable for anyone who uses our Software – or who’s thinking about using it – whatever their level of skill or field of business.

You might be starting your first job in accounts or setting up your own business. Or you might have many years’ experience of using Sage Software and want to upgrade your Software or polish your skills.


There are no prerequisites or entry requirements, as long as you want to get more experience in the field of Accountancy, Book-Keeping or Payroll, this is the right place for you.

Awarded By

Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor.

Course Completion Certificate awarded by centre

Everyone who completes the course gets:

  • A certificate (Accredited certificate and on success of your assessments where applicable)
  • A manual as your resources tool

Sage 50 classroom training available at the following sites throughout the UK.

  • London
  • Birmingham
  • Glasgow
  • Manchester
  • Bristol
  • Reading

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Sage 50 Beginners course content – Duration – 2 days

Our course is split into two categories containing theory and practical and the kep points covered will consist of:

  • Debit and Credit
  • Debtors & Creditors
  • Banking Reconciliation
  • Day Books
  • Ledgers
  • Nominal Ledgers
  • Payment
  • Profit & Loss / Balance Sheet
  • Practical – Sage 50 Accounts

An overview of the Sage program

  • Entering opening balances, preparing and printing a trial balance
  • Creating customer records
  • Creating supplier records
  • Setting up opening assets, liabilities and capital balances
  • Producing routine reports

Sage 50 Intermediate Course Content – Duration – 2 days
In depth analysis using Sage to:

• Entering opening balances, preparing and printing a trial balance
• Creating customer records
• Creating supplier records
• Checking data
• Entering supplier invoices
• Posting error corrections, amending records
• Invoicing, generating customer letters, entering new products, checking communication history
• Banking and payments, producing statements, petty cash
• Audit trails, correcting basic entry errors, reconciling debtors and creditors
• Creating sales credit notes,
• Processing purchase credit notes
• Preparing journals
• Verifying Audit Trail
• Purchase orders, processing sales orders
• Processing Trial Balance
• Creating Backups
• Restoring data
• Writing-off bad debts