The VPMA has announced a series of regional training days in Sage accounting and payroll software, which will include updates on auto-enrolment.

Payroll software
VPMA training days in Sage accounting and payroll software are free to members. Image: WavebreakmediaMicro / Fotolia.

The full-day seminars, to be delivered by Sage expert Debby Gatehouse of SV Training, will also cover:

  • setting up Sage software
  • report generation
  • reconciliation of receipts and debtors
  • managing workplace pension schemes
  • integrating practice management systems


Eight dates and venues have been confirmed so far:

  • 20 April: Kilmington, Devon
  • 28 April: Hungerford, Berkshire
  • 12 May: Kettering, Northamptonshire
  • 18 May: Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire
  • 26 May: Uxbridge, London
  • 9 June: Wendover, Buckinghamshire
  • 22 June: Wilmslow, Cheshire
  • 6 July: Sevenoaks, Kent

The seminars run from 10am until 4pm and will take a workshop format, with numbers limited to allow for practical-based learning. Lunch and refreshments are included.

Attendance is free for VPMA members or £60 plus VAT to non-members. Further details and booking forms are available from the VPMA secretariat – email or telephone 07000 782324.

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