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Payroll Management Qualification In Birmingham

Payroll Management Qualification In Birmingham

At Future Connect Training and Recruitment in Birmingham, we offer several qualification courses for Payroll. One example is Payroll management. This qualification sets out to confirm an in-depth understanding of payroll, and also provides management skills including performance, and the complex payroll legislation involved, project and operational management, time management.

Who Is This Qualification Aimed At?

The qualification is aimed out to everyone including :

  • AAT students
  • ACCA students
  • MBA students
  • Non-accounting students
  • People in the Accounting sector looking to enhance or refresh their skills
  • Anyone that has no accountancy background
  • Looking for a new career in accountancy

At Future Connect Training and Recruitment in Birmingham, we make sure you have a complete understanding of the Payroll management qualification. We make sure while learning the management course with us this is what you going get a diploma in, receive the practical training and from there helping you find the finance job you are looking for.

The management course covers the entire area of payroll. This qualification course would benefit you in several ways to understand how does the finance operate within the business, how the investment is handled and summiting it to HMRC.

These are the criteria you would be learning with us when doing the Management qualification at Future Connect Training and Recruitment:

The Business Case To Help You Gain Approval:

Aims of the payroll department

  • Data gathering & payroll production
  • Employment rank

Assessment of Pay & Benefits:

  • Introduction to payment and employee benefits
  • Contractual payments
  • Performance-related pay
  • Types of pension schemes overview to pensions provision and auto-enrolment
  • PAYE income tax allowances

Working in a Team:

  • Communication
  • Effective co-ordination
  • Team structure and roles within the organisation.
  • Setting & meeting objectives

Deductions from Pay:

  • Court orders
  • Income tax
  • Student loans
  • National Insurance
  • Other deductions

Absence Processing:

  • Statutory and occupational sick, paternity, maternity and adoption pay
  • Unauthorised absences
  • Annual leave
  • Compassionate leave
  • Monitoring and controlling performance
  • Appraisals
  • Supervisory skills
  • Change management
  • Contracts of employment

Provision of Effective and Efficient Administration:

  • Payment methods and distribution arrangements
  • Audit practices and procedures
  • Balancing and accounting for payroll
  • Management information and distribution
  • Quality standards

Contractual Aspects of Payroll Administration:

  • Employment law and its impact on payroll
  • Transfers
  • Permanent and temporary changes to contracts
  • Starters and leavers; including retirement and redundancies
  • Equal opportunities

Advanced Payroll Processing:

  • Pay awards
  • Pay spines
  • Teachers’ pay structure
  • Remuneration packages
  • Automatic enrolment
  • Introduction to flexible benefits
  • End of year
  • Directors’ NIC
  • Salary sacrifice
  • Termination payments
  • Overpayments

Define and Manage, Systems, Security and Risk:

  • System requirements
  • Management information
  • Data storage
  • Data protection
  • Security and confidentiality
  • Fraud
  • Payroll contingencies
  • Disruptions and dangers to payroll
  • Employer obligations

Improving Services and Operations:

  • Managing operations for services
  • Planning, obtaining and monitoring resources
  • Benchmarking quality issues
  • Planning and delivering projects
  • Customer service
  • Managing change and continuous improvement

Flexible Benefits, Finance and Budgets

  • P11D and P9D requirements
  • Third-party interests Compensatory benefits
  • Class 1A NICs
  • Salary sacrifice
  • Creating and controlling gains

Understanding Customers and Clients:

  • Marketing skills and techniques
  • Negotiation skills and techniques
  • Verbal communication and body language
  • Managing time
  • Effective presentations
  • Decision making
  • Taking part in and chairing meetings
  • Problem-solving
  • Creativity

These are the areas you need to study to get the Payroll management qualification. Once you gained the skill and done the practical training with us, then it is a lot cooler for you to find a job.