Sage 200 training should be, and typically is, tied to processes, rather than simply cover Sage 200 features. Our trainers are used to rapidly understanding a business and its processes, irrespective of whether the processes are documented formally or not. They are also comfortable varying the pace to suit the trainees, whether they are junior staff new to Sage 200 or experienced accountants just looking to fill in their understanding of Sage 200.
Sage 200 training options
We offer training:
- Group on site – ideal for introductions to Sage 200, or for training teams in the processes and Sage 200 skills specific to their function.
- As one to one on site sessions – often used to train the trainer, or to combine discussion of processes with training.
- As short one to one sessions – these can planned so that content of each session is matched to the tasks you have to do next.
- Remedial sessions – for where there have been wholesale changes of personnel, or a (third party) Sage 200 implementation has been unsatisfactory.
We don’t offer classroom training, because the use of Sage 200 is so closely tied to processes and requirements of individual businesses and organisations that use it. The one exception is Sage 200 reporting using Excel.
Sage 200 trainers
Our trainers are experts in Sage 200 of course, but also have a thorough understanding of accounting principles and processes. They know most the answers, but when they don’t they will certainly understand your questions. And of course they’ll get back to you should they not be able to give a conclusive answer immediately.
Familiar with Sage 50
If you are familiar with Sage 50 / Sage 50cloud then you’ll notice immediately the strong family resemblance, and are likely to quickly feel confident with Sage 200.
The family resemblance means that training times are reduced, and can be focussed on processes and the differences between Sage 50 and Sage 200