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Academy of Learning offers one Sage 50 course (formerly Simply Accounting training) and four levels of Sage 300 training. These courses are designed for those with existing fundamental bookkeeping training or experience. Learn the most powerful accounting software packages preferred by bookkeepers across Canada. Each course includes everything you need for success.
Jump to Sage 50 course!
Jump to Sage 300 Course Level 1 – General Ledger!
Jump to Sage 300 Course Level 2 – Accounts Payable!
Jump to Sage 300 Course Level 3 – Accounts Receivable!
Jump to Sage 300 Course Level 4 – Inventory Control & Order Entry!
This course introduces you to the Sage 50 accounting software (formerly Simply Accounting). The course adopts a hands-on approach, utilizing simulated source documents for a practical experience. As part of our Sage 50 training, you will learn step-by-step procedures for setting up each module and enhancing your skills with the software.
Additionally, the course covers transaction-by-transaction processing, a vital aspect of Sage 300 training. You’ll delve into various concepts and techniques essential for effective use of the software, which is also part of the broader Sage 50 and Sage 300 curriculums. Sage 50 training at AOLCC ensures a comprehensive understanding of Sage software applications. As you work through the Sage 50 course, you will be given ample opportunity to explore and practice these techniques throughout the course. View PDF of Sage 50 course information.
Introduction to Sage 50 Premium Accounting, Creating and Managing a Company Data File, Backing Up Company Data Files, Preparing the General Ledger, Preparing And Posting Journal Entries
Preparing the Receivables Ledger, Posting Entries in the Sales Journal, Accounting for Receipts, Working with Customer Quotes, and Customer Reporting
Preparing the Accounts Payables Ledger, Posting Entries in the Purchases Journal, Accounting for Payments, Working with Recurring Entries, Working with Purchase Quotes, Creating Payable Reports
Setting Up Inventory and Services, Entering Items into the Inventory & Services Ledger, Accounting for Inventory Sales and Purchases, Using the Bill of Materials & Item Assembly Journal, Creating Inventory Reports
Setting up the Projects Module, Allocating Project Transactions, Using Departmental Accounting, Creating Project and Department Reports
Understanding the Employee and Payroll Module, Preparing the Payroll Ledger, Processing Paycheques, Creating Employee and Payroll Reports
Understanding Time and Billing, Using Time Slips, and Creating Time and Billing Reports
Understanding Budgeting, Using the Banking Module, Using the Daily Business Manager, Creating Management Reports
Accounting for Sales Taxes, End of Tax Period, End of Period Tasks
The Sage 300 2018 General Ledger course is a comprehensive introduction to this accounting software, making it a crucial part of your Sage 300 training. It is designed to guide you step-by-step through the procedures for setting up a company, an essential aspect of sage accounting software training, followed by transaction-by-transaction processing covering the concepts and techniques needed to use the software. Throughout the Sage 300 General Ledger course, you will have numerous opportunities to explore and apply these techniques, reflecting the practical focus that is the hallmark of all our Sage 300 courses. View Sage 300 course information – Level 1.
Introducing Sage 300; Setting Up Microsoft SQL and Sage 300 Databases; Using Sage 300; Understanding System Manager Services
Activating the General Ledger Module; Setting Up the General Ledger; Creating the Chart of Accounts; Working with the Chart of Accounts
Printing Reports; Understanding Module Integration; Setting Up Tax Services; Setting Up Bank Services; Using the Finder and Help
Processing a General Ledger Batch; Setting Up Opening Bank Balances; Entering Daily Transactions
Importing and Exporting Batches; Creating Recurring Entries; Creating Allocation Batches; Reversing Posted Entries; Displaying Account Information; Budgeting;
The Sage 300 – Level 2 – Accounts Payable course offers an in-depth introduction to this accounting software. Emphasizing a hands-on approach in a simulated environment, this course methodically guides you through setting up the Accounts Payable ledger, a key topic in Sage 300 training. As you progress, the course covers transaction-by-transaction processing, ensuring you understand and can apply the concepts and techniques needed to use Sage 300 effectively. This approach is consistent with the practical focus of our Sage 50 training courses and Sage accounting training in general. The course provides ample opportunities to explore and practice these techniques, enhancing your proficiency in managing accounts payable within the Sage 300 system. PDF of Sage 300 Training Level 2 Accounts Payable.
Introducing Accounts Payable; Setting Up Accounts Payable; Verifying Information in Other Modules
Creating Vendors; Creating Invoice Batches
Creating Adjustment Batches; Entering Accounts Payable Payments; Creating Payment Batches
The Sage 300 2018 – Accounts Receivable course provides an overview and introduction to accounting software using a hands-on approach in a simulated environment. It takes students step-by-step through the procedures for setting up the Accounts Receivable ledger, followed by transaction-by-transaction processing, covering the software’s concepts and techniques. PDF of Level 3 Accounts Receivable.
Introducing Accounts Payable; Setting Up Accounts Receivable; Verifying Information in Other Modules
Creating Customers; Creating Invoice Batches
Creating, Posting and Viewing Adjustment Batches; Entering Accounts Receivable Receipts; Entering Accounts Receivable Refunds
The Sage 300 2018 – Inventory Control and Order Entry course provides an overview and introduction to the accounting software using a hands-on approach in a simulated environment. It takes students step-by-step through the procedures for setting up the Inventory Control and Order Entry modules, followed by transaction-by-transaction processing, covering the software’s concepts and techniques. Open PDF of Sage 300 Level 4 Course.
Activating the Inventory Control Module; Setting Up Inventory Control; Printing Inventory Control Setup Reports
Adding Items to Inventory Control; Setting Up Pricing and Other Details; Processing Transactions; Statistics and Inquiries
Activating the Order Entry Module; Setting Up Order Entry; Printing Order Entry Reports
Processing Transactions; Printing Order Entry Forms; Statistics and Inquiries
Performing I/C Period-End Tasks; Performing O/E Period-End Tasks; Using Visual Process Flows
It is NOT recommended that students purchase this software. It isn’t cheap! And also isn’t recommended for home use. Instead, our campuses offer on-site and remote access to these programs for student use.
Our Sage 50 and Sage 300 courses are available at the following campuses:
All courses in our programs are delivered through our unique Integrated Learning System™ (ILS). Through ILS, you will develop a true proficiency in each topic, no matter your age or skill level upon enrolment. Our learning coaches are with you every step of the way to provide individualized assistance and encouragement in a supportive and non-competitive learning environment. Here’s how it works:
Each Sage 50 or Sage 300 course includes online/digital resources, interactive practice, remote access for safety, one-on-one Learning Coach assistance, and comprehensive textbooks. These courses are recognized across the province and country. They are also eligible for third-party funding, including Worksafe, insurance, employer, WorkBC organizations, etc.
Students accomplish the learning objectives for each module through a series of hands-on tasks, for which they are given step-by-step instructions and desired result checkpoints. The tasks provide ample opportunity for students to practice, apply, and develop the skills covered in the course.
A practice exercise and review questions are included at the end of each module to measure progress and reinforce the skills learned. A lab exercise at the end of the course provides further practice and review to support the topics taught throughout the course and help prepare students for the exam.
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