This course is delivered by IBAT College Dublin an academic partner of GISMA Business School. IBAT and GISMA are both members of Global University Systems (GUS), which is an international network of higher-education institutions, brought together by a shared passion for accessible, industry-relevant qualifications.
To be an excellent bookkeeper or payroll administrator, you will need much more than number-crunching skills. Although it is important to be able to perform calculations correctly and understand the technical aspects of bookkeeping, you will also need to have a personality that allows you to connect and communicate with colleagues across a business.
Whether you are in a small team or a large company, you will need to master the art of multitasking, working under pressure, keeping to strict deadlines, and organisation. You will also need to bring a logical approach to your work, be a creative-thinker to overcome unexpected problems and flexible in your approach.
Within your role, you will be expected to deliver projects, salaries, wages and payslips on time meaning prioritisation and delegation are essential. Get started in your career by enrolling on the Online Diploma in Bookkeeping and Payroll now.
Why choose this programme?
The diploma will help you to enter into a number of different roles across a range of industries including:
Objectives of the programme
The diploma will introduce you to the process of tracking and recording financial transactions and records for a business.
Throughout your time on the programme, you will learn about:
By the time you complete the programme, you will have built your knowledge and skills, allowing you to join an SME or a larger business, depending on your preferences. You will also learn the skills needed to stay up-to-date with legislative changes in the industry, allowing you to carry out your duties with confidence and accuracy.
Who is the course suitable for?
Designed for students thinking about a career in bookkeeping and payroll, this programme will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to secure your first role. In 2018, Morgan McKinley reported that the financial accountant and financial analyst roles were the highest paying accountancy and finance jobs, as well as two of the most in-demand qualifications, meaning you will be on track for a successful career.
IBAT College Dublin is committed to providing a range of programmes in the areas of business, IT, sports, tourism and the English language to both domestic and international students. With a broad range of industry connections, a state-of-the-art campus and faculty who come from a range of different backgrounds, students thrive at the college which is why we have achieved a student satisfaction rate of 98% in recent years. By the time they graduate, our students feel they have gained the knowledge and soft skills needed to start their careers in some of the most in-demand industries.
Why study with IBAT?
The programme is designed to deliver material on the two streams, Bookkeeping and Payroll, and includes the following topics
This module supports you to:
This module supports you to:
The Payroll module is delivered in two parts:
To be awarded the Diploma in Bookkeeping and Payroll you will be required to successfully complete an in-class exam for each of the two modules.
This diploma is suitable for you if you are interested in learning about and using computerised accounting and payroll systems.
Numeracy and literacy skills are important to support your successful completion.
IBAT College Dublin is committed to providing a range of programmes in the areas of business, IT, sports, tourism and the English language to both domestic and international students. With a broad range of industry connections, a state-of-the-art campus and faculty who come from a range of different backgrounds, students thrive at the college which is why we have achieved a student satisfaction rate of 98% in recent years.