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IPASS Certificate in Payroll Techniques



IPASS Certificate in Payroll Techniques is a course run by IPASS - Irish Payroll Association, Dublin. It is a 'Online Learning' course with a duration of Academic year. IPASS Certificate in Payroll Techniques gives a Course Qualification of Level 6 Higher Certificate, awarded by QQI. For more information about IPASS Certificate in Payroll Techniques at IPASS - Irish Payroll Association, please review the details below.

The Certificate in Payroll Techniques (CPT) is the leading payroll qualification in Ireland. The course provides learners with a thorough understanding of the operation of the PAYE system and the workings of payroll. It also covers the key areas of employment law which impact on the payroll function. The course material explains the workings of the legislation. This is supported by numerous examples and self-assessment questions which students can use to develop their knowledge while they study. The course is extremely practical and interesting and is designed to allow students to progress at a realistic pace. Whether you already work in payroll, or not, you will find this course extremely interesting, practical and relevant to you.

Online Learning: This option is available in respect of September 2021 enrolments. With online learning, you attend class online one evening a week from 6.3pm – 9.30pm.

Career Path: On completion of the Certificate in Payroll Techniques successful students can progress to the Professional Payroll Managers course which has been specifically to meet the need of Irish payroll managers and senior staff.  It offers students an extremely valuable and highly regarded qualification which will increase their confidence and technical knowledge thus improving their efficiency at work.

Entry Requirements: It is a requirement that learners enrolling on this course whose first language is not English must have a minimum of B2 in English under the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) programme.

Accreditation: QQI Higher Education Award, Higher Education Level 6, Special Purpose

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Training ProviderIPASS - Irish Payroll Association
Course LocationCork
Course TypeOnline Learning
Course QualificationLevel 6 Higher Certificate
Awarding BodyQQI
Awarding Body DetailsCertificate in Payroll Techniques/Level 6 Special Purpose
Course Start Date13th September 2021
Course End Date22nd May 2021
Course DurationAcademic year
Course TimeNone
Course Fee€890
Entry RequirementsIt is a requirement that learners enrolling on this course whose first language is not English must have a minimum of B2 in English under the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) programme.
Carear PathThe Certificate in Payroll Techniques is the leading payroll qualification in Ireland and successful students will greatly improve their suitability and standing to prospective employers. It offers students an extremely valuable and highly regarded qualification which will increase their confidence and technical knowledge thus improving their efficiency at work. As payroll operations become more complex it is essential that payroll professionals acquire proper training and certification.
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