Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Course

CIS Training Course describes the duties, obligations and responsibilities of the contractors and subcontractor falling within the range of Construction Industry Scheme (CIS). The course delivers up to date information of all the recent nominal changes by HMRC and its inference of getting all the employment rules right.

  • 4 Months
  • 8 Sessions
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Course Overview

Who Is It For?

Anyone who is or going to be connected to the construction industry where they will be responsible for managing the payroll is responsible for processing and reporting CIS payments.

Practical CIS Training :

In addition to allocating with the administration of the scheme, attendees will receive practical guidance on how to manage the classic issues that they will meet with subcontractors. To reinforce the learning and combine your knowledge, there are also two collaborative sessions which look at case studies and assignment relating to the scheme.

Are You Learning Outcomes?

CIS Training will aid trainees to,

  • How to enrol under CIS scheme with HMRC
  • Activation of CIS Module on XERO, Sage or QuickBooks
  • Verification Process for appealing new subcontractors
  • How to make the precise CIS deductions from payments.
  • Processing the main subcontractors, contractors and gross pay
  • Detailed know-how of the necessary processes & report submissions
  • Overall compliance with the law and all procedures around CIS Scheme.
  • Understanding of the duties towards HMRC, the contractor and the subcontractor responsibilities and labilities.

Course Content CIS Training

  • Purpose and background of the CIS
  • The penalties for getting it wrong
  • Registration and cancellation of registration
  • Turnover test
  • Business test
  • Payments
  • Monthly returns
  • Verification procedures
  • Day to day requirements
  • Disputes and errors
  • Online appeals from April 2016
  • The continued impact of the IR35
  • Paying subcontractors and processing the deduction of tax
  • The mandatory online filing from April 2016
  • Compliance requirements and electronic filing and paying
  • Withdrawal of telephone verification service from April 2017
  • Importance of establishing the employment status and verification process

CIS training

Do you want to advance your skills or make a career change? Our one-of-a-kind Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Course could be able to assist you in your quest! Expand your knowledge with high-quality training - enrol in the Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) and benefit from an expertly developed, cost-effective training programme. 

Through the Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) online training course, you may learn from our industry professionals and swiftly educate yourself with the exact information and abilities you need to flourish in your chosen job.

What is CIS?

The Construction Industry Scheme is a tax plan implemented by HMRC to generate income from the construction industry. Contractors enrolled under this plan must deduct 20% to 30% tax from subcontractors, depending on the program's registration status. In the construction business, this approach reduces tax avoidance.

Why should you enrol in CIS training?

CIS is a subset of payroll with its criteria, methods, and calculations. This course covers everything a corporation wants to understand about running a CIS system successfully.

During the half-day training, delegates will understand what CIS covers, the definitions of contractors, deemed contractors, and subcontractors, and how each should be listed with HMRC. There are further rules for reaching gross payment status, computing subcontractor payments and submitting the CIS300 report.

The focus of the training course will be on calculating and reporting CIS deductions. The penalties for incorrectly operating CIS, the offsetting of CIS deductions, and an overview of the concepts of work status and their applications within CIS processing are also presented. The scope of the CIS training course does not include a detailed discussion of the reverse VAT charge.

Course Overview

Industry specialists have created this Certification in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) to give you a comprehensive grasp of the subject. Our courses are divided into easy-to-understand modules that break down each topic and provide our students with the necessary knowledge.

If you want to work in the construction industry and stand out from the crowd, our Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is a great place to start.

We promise that you will learn useful skills and obtain a great deal of information about the subject. And the abilities you have after finishing the course will greatly assist you in finding work in the sector.

Course Modules

Aside from dealing with the scheme's administration, guests will receive practical advice on dealing with the common challenges they would face with subcontractors. There are also interactive sessions that look at case studies and activities related to the plan to enhance the learning and cement your knowledge.

CIS process

  1. How do you tell if someone should be treated as an "employee" rather than a "subcontractor"?
  2. How can you know if a subcontractor is a member of this programme?
  3. How can you know if a subcontractor is a member of this scheme?
  4. What will you do if you think a supplier has enlisted as a subcontractor in the programme?
  5. What factors determine how much tax should be deducted from paying a subcontractor?
  6. When do you submit your payments to HMRC?
  7. How do you deduct payments from subcontractors and submit them to HMRC?
  8. What records do we have to keep?
  9. How do you fill out and submit your monthly CIS returns?

Consequences of making a mistake

  1. What kind of fines may HMRC try to impose?
  2. In what circumstances would we be required to pay HMRC interest and penalties?
  3. What should I do if a punishment offends me?

Learning Outcomes

  1. Find out which sorts of firms are covered by the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) and which ones aren't.
  2. Learn how to meet the CIS's requirements for contractors.
  3. With examples, you'll know how to calculate and deduct payments effectively.
  4. Learn why maintaining records is important and how to do it effectively.
  5. Discover how to gain Gross Payment Details and how to lose it.
  6. Learn about the three exams that Subcontractors must complete to receive Payment Certificates.
  7. Learn how to prepare your company for the CIS.

Skills you will gain.

  • Payroll Administration
  • Management of Accounts
  • CIS Expertise
  • Legislative Expertise
  • Administrative Expertise
  • Contract Administration
  • Negotiation

Who should enrol in this course?

The CIS has far-reaching ramifications for every company that works in the construction industry or engages in building projects. The CIS would affect anyone involved in organising work, engaging subcontractors, arranging contracts, procuring, authorising bills, and finance and tax teams.

Why Future Connect?

To provide you with the most help in learning, we use a blended learning strategy with revision-based clients available from home.

Flexible one-on-one training sessions tailored to your schedule, with the freedom to pick days, times, and sessions.

  • After training, a recruitment firm can assist you in finding work.
  • A certificate from a reputable accounting firm.
  • One-on-one coaching sessions for CV writing, interview preparation, and job-seeking advice.
  • Software installation on your laptops for practising at home.
  • All major accounting bodies' experience requirements are covered.

Tutoring Assistance

When you enrol in the Academy for Health & Fitness's Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) programme, we assign you a tutor. They'll assess your work and offer you frequent updates on your progress. Throughout your time at the institution, you will have access to the tutor's advice and help.

Process of Evaluation

Once you have finished all the Diploma in Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) course modules, we will examine your abilities and knowledge with an assignment questions evaluation. To pass the test and receive certificates, you must complete the assignment questions given after the course and score a minimum of 60%.

Why should you attend CIS training?

The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is a specialised payroll sector with its own set of definitions, procedures, and computations. This training includes everything a company needs to know about effectively running the CIS system.

Delegates will learn what CIS covers work, the definitions of contractors, considered contractors, and subcontractors, and how each should register with HMRC throughout the half-day workshop. The rules for achieving gross payment status, calculating subcontractor payments, and completing the CIS300 report are also detailed.

The consequences for incorrectly operating CIS, the offsetting of CIS deductions, and an overview of work status concepts and their applications within CIS processing. The focus of the training will be on calculating and reporting CIS deductions. The scope of this course does not include a detailed discussion of the reverse VAT charge.

Contractors, Payroll coordinators, Payroll Supervisors, and Finance Professionals in charge of CIS payouts, including returns processing and reporting.

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