Pastel Sage One CSP

Pastel Accounting (sage one)


Why Sage One Accounting CSP?

Sage One Pastel Accounting is an online accounting program, designed for users with no accounting experience. Sage One has a self-explanatory user

interface that anyone can master!

Learners learn how to work with various accounting concepts, customer and supplier documents and transactions, company reconciliation and reports. Accounting is very much a life skill, and learners will have the opportunity to acquire the basic skills they need to take their place in the economy.

With the Sage One Certified School Programme (CSP) learners are able to:

• Study at their own pace, anywhere and at any time

• Study a user-friendly, computerized accounting programme at an affordable price.

• The training is scenario based, with practical application to ensure a better understanding of accounting concepts.

• Get a Pastel Sage One certificate on successful completion.

Career opportunities:

• Junior bookkeeper

• Junior accountant

• Debtor/Creditors clerk

• Bank Reconciliation clerk

• Accounting clerk

• Financial Administrator

How does it work?

The Sage One Accounting CSP Training is based on three grades/modules. After each module the learner are required to complete a test. After successfully completing all the modules the learner will complete a final Sage One exam. All training modules and tests are completed online.


There is no need to download any software. All you need to enrol is basic computer skills, and access to a computer that is connected to the internet. You can

start at any time, and you complete the work at your own pace.

Blended training:

This course is offered online or if the leaner request classroom based training, the learner attend approximately 10 practical sessions at Logika Academy in Worcester.

Pastel Sage One CSP Modules and tests:

  • MODULE 1    
  •     MODULE 2   
  •     MODULE 3    
  •     FINAL AND TESTS    
MODULE 1    

Lesson 1: Accounting Concepts

A: Types of companies

B: Service Providers, retailers and wholesalers

C: Difference between financial accounting and managerial accounting

D: The accounting cycle

E: Financial statements

F: IFRS and accounting standards

G: Basic VAT concepts

Lesson 2: Working in the demo company

A: Opening the demo company

B: Navigating in Sage One accounting

C: Help Functionality

Lesson 3: Creating a Company in Sage One accounting

A: Creating a company


Lesson 4: Source documents, suppliers and inventory

A: Source documents

B: The processing cycle

C: Creating suppliers in Sage One

D: Cost concepts

E: Inventory items


Lesson 5: Customers ans processing

A: Creating customers

B: Processing


Lesson 6: Budgets

A: Understanding the concept of a budget


Lesson 7: Inventory

A: Perpetual inventory systems vs periodic inventory systems


Lesson 8: Code of ethics

A: Ethics

B: Code of ethics

C: Ethical responsibilities


Lesson 9: internal control processes

A: Internal control

B: Reasons for control Measures

C: Setting up a good system for internal accounting control


End of Module

Module one tests. please see the final and tests tab for more information on the writing and completing of tests.


    MODULE 2   

Lesson 1: Additional supplier and customer accounts

A: Creating additional supplier accounts

B: Creating additional customer accounts

Lesson 2: VAT (Value Added Tax)

A: Understanding VAT

B: Terms used in VAT

C: VAT processing

D: Calculating VAT

E: Bank statements

Lesson 3: Monthly customer and supplier processing

A: Introduction

B: Monthly customer and supplier processing


Lesson 4: Monthly cashbook processing

A: Processing in the cash book


Lesson 5: Depreciation

A: Introduction

B: Straight-line depreciation

C: Reducing balance depreciation

D: immediate write-off depreciation

E: units of usage depreciation


Lesson 6: Second month of processing

A: Processing a second month

B: inter-account transfers

C: Creating a credit note

D: remittance

E: Bank Reconciliation


Lesson 7: The accountants area

A: Introduction

B: available reports

C: available tasks


End of Module

Module two tests. please see the final and tests tab for more information on the writing and completing of tests.


    MODULE 3    

Lesson 1: Reports

A: Customer reports

B: Supplier reports

C: Item reports

D: Bank and credit card reports

E: Account reports

F: VAT reports

G: Financial statement reports

H: Asset reports

I: Other reports

Lesson 2: VAT Companies - accounting cycle

A: Accounting concepts unique to companies

B: IFRS and GAAP

C: Year end Adjustment

Lesson 3: Companies - Policies and procedures

A: Ethics

B: Fixed assets

C: Accounting and Internal control procedures


Lesson 4: Companies - Cost and Budgeting

A: Cost accounting

B: Budgets


End of Module

Module three tests. please see the final and tests tab for more information on the writing and completing of tests.


    FINAL AND TESTS    

Tests:

Sage One consists of four tests:

Module 1:

practice test (student can redo this test as many times as possible with no time constraints)

Module one official test (this test can only be done once for free but re-writes has a fee of R100 non-refundable, this test has a time constraint of 120 minutes (2 hours)

Module 2:

Practice test (student can redo this test as many times as possible with no time constraints)

Module two official test (this test can only be done once for free but re-writes has a fee of R100 non-refundable, this test has a time constraint of 120 minutes (2 hours)

Module 3:

Practice test (student can redo this test as many times as possible with no time constraints)

Module three official test (this test can only be done once for free but re-writes has a fee of R100 non-refundable, this test has a time constraint of 120 minutes (2 hours)

Final test

Practice test (student can redo this test as many times as possible with no time constraints)

Sage one Cloud Accounting official test (this test can only be done once for free but re-writes has a fee of R600 non-refundable, this test has a time constraint of 90 minutes (1.5 hours)

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