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Payroll (Manual) IAB L2
Qualification:
IAB Certificate in Payroll L2 
Starts:
15/09/2016 
Ends:
06/07/2017 
Weeks:
36 
Days:
Thr 
Type:
Evening Course 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Exams and Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Business Services & Enterprise 
Course Code:
CERYP1A 
 
Entry Requirements
A minimum of GCSE grades A* - C in both English and mathematics (or Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy). We would also advise prospective students that a minimum of Level 1 in Bookkeeping and Computerised Accounts have been achieved, but ideally AAT Level 2, or relevant work experience.
 
 

Payroll (Manual) IAB L2

This course will enable students to develop their skills in recording keeping and pay-data processing as well as increasing their competency in completing day to day payroll routines (both manually and using computerised systems).


About the Course

The IAB Level 2 Certificate in Payroll is specifically designed to appeal to those who are aspiring to become professional payroll administrators, including:
  • Those who are new to working in payroll but have some previous general knowledge of payroll procedures 
  • Those who now wish to increase their skills and knowledge to that required of payroll processors prior to employment
  • Those who have previously worked in payroll and have not received a qualification
  • Those who wish to return to working in payroll and need to update their knowledge
  • Those who are already employed in payroll processing or allied roles and who wish to ensure that they have both a firm foundation and the knowledge and skills to perform some non-routine tasks
  • Those who have studied other accounting subjects such as AAT
What is the programme about? 
  • Develop skills in payroll record keeping and processing, giving students the necessary skills to record financial payroll transactions in a both a manual and computerised environment. 
  • Developing students with the necessary skills to assess their own competence in carrying out a range of day-to-day payroll routines and activities in both manual and computerised payroll system. 
  • The activities will include the calculation of pay data and processing of that data using day-to-day payroll processing skills. 
  • Giving students the necessary skills to assess the implications of maintaining accuracy when performing any practical payroll tasks 
  • Developing the students’ understanding of the importance of security and confidentiality in performing any payroll task.


Key Units

The course has the following units of study:

  • Fundamentals of employment legislation for payroll 
  • Composition of an employee payroll record 
  • Elements of gross pay 
  • Statutory and non-statutory payments and additions 
  • Termination of employment 
  • Calculate gross pay 
  • Creating an employee payroll record 
  • Processing leavers 
  • Payroll processing 
  • Computerised payroll theory 
  • Computerised payroll skills



Entry Requirements

A minimum of GCSE grades A* - C in both English and mathematics (or Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy). We would also advise prospective students that a minimum of Level 1 in Bookkeeping and Computerised Accounts have been achieved, but ideally AAT Level 2, or relevant work experience.


Where does this Lead

Successful completion of the Payroll course, alongside sufficient GCSE grades (or equivalent) in English and mathematics may allow progression to an AAT course. This qualification can lead directly onto employment, and compliments other accounting and administration qualifications.


Tell Me More

Do I need special equipment? 
None other than basic equipment (pens, paper, pencil, eraser, ruler and calculator).

Application process:
Stage 1: Submit an online application frm (click on the next box)
Stage 2: If application is suitable receive an invite for an enrolment/information event
Stage 3: Attend the enrolment event with previous qualifications and appropriate paperwork (enrolment is subject to meeting conditions)