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Across the university and assoicated bodies we have many members of staff who have previously studied AAT or are currently studying. We have set up an alumni group specifically for these AAT qualified/part qualified staff as a way to maintain the connection and to support their continued developmen
- Coffee and networking
- Internal audit
- Producing the University Financial Statements
- University AAT programme
The AAT Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping is the starting point for studying the AAT qualfiication.
It is a short qualification which will help you to develop essential bookkeeping skills. Once completed, you will have an understanding of basic accounting practices and techniques including double-entry bookkeeping. It can be treated as a stand alone qualifcation or used as a stepping stone to further AAT study at Level 3.
Once you have registered here please complete and return the application form at the back of the briefing pack, this pack can be found on our website http://www.finance.admin.cam.ac.uk/training/professional-qualifications/aat/university-programme
The AAT Level 3, Diploma in Accounting, introduces to students to more complex financial processes and accounting tasks, the principles of VAT, professional ethics and develops their spreadsheet skills.
AAT Level 4, Professional Diploma in accounting.
The dates below are assuming that we have a bespoke day release group. If this is not possible, then the dates will be different.
Once you have registered here please complete and return the application form at the back of the briefing pack, this pack can be found on our website http://www.finance.admin.cam.ac.uk/training-and-development/professional-qualification/aat/university-programme
An introduction to University Finances and the Finance System. The course covers the following areas:
- An overview of University Finances
- The Finance System
- The Account code structure
- Support for financial activities
- Accessing CUFS
This course should work fine in most modern Smartphones and on tablet devices too.
Once you've booked onto this course you will receive an email with the web link to access the materials.
An Introduction to the University's eInvoicing system, how it works and what actions/processes are completed by the department.
This on-line course will enable end users to understand the basics of accounts payable, including processing basic invoices and expense claims.
This course builds on the knowledge gained in AP Part 1. The delegates will learn how to match invoices to purchase orders, add in freight charges and process invoices from other departments. The course also covers international payments including accounting for VAT and foreign currencies. Delegates will also learn more about month end procedures and AP Reports.
This on-line course enables users to learn how to Secondary Approve invoices within the Accounts Payable module.
This on-line course has two purposes:
- to enable end users to understand which AP processes are completed by the department and which by Shared Services,
- to explain how to carry out the departmental processes.
An online course for new starters in departments whose Account Payable (AP) transactions are processed by the Clinical School Accounts Team. The course provides guidance on who does what and explains to users how to carry out their departmental processes. Completion of this 90 minute course is a mandatory requirement for the allocation of the responsibility UFS xx AP Shared Services.
The Accounts Receivable (AR) module of the University’s Finance System (CUFS) deals with managing customer information and managing income generated from sales and donations.
In this course we will be looking at some of the key aspects such as:
- creating external invoices
- creating internal invoices
- receipting income relating to invoices
- receipting other income
We will also provide you with some basic information relating to banking procedures and to the University’s Online Store (also known as eSales).
This course covers how to make corrections to sales invoices and receipts as well as more on foreign currencies and banking procedures. It will also guide you through month-end requirements and a variety of set-up tasks for your department to ensure that you get the most out of the system.
With the introduction of e-Sales, and the centralising of setting up customers in Accounts Receivable, there is little need for departments to set up or amend customers in AR. This central service is designed to reduce the administrative burden on the departments, eliminate customer duplication, ensure consistent set up and identify situations where credit checks might be required or where eSales (WPM) would be a better alternative to conventional invoicing.
If a department wishes to maintain this set up within the department a new AR Manager responsibility will be required. To receive this responsibility you must attend this compulsory master class. The master class will provide you with the opportunity to practice setting up and amending customers within CUFS. Upon completion of the course you will receive your AR Manager responsibility.
Please Note: Departments are encouraged to either use e-Sales, or take advantage of this central service. There is no need to register; simply complete and email the form through as and when you have a new customer or amendment request (http://www.finance.admin.cam.ac.uk/staff-and-departmental-services/forms)
eSales Departments are encouraged to consider if using the CUFS module to set up and raise invoices to private individuals is the best option and whether it would be more appropriate to use the University’s online store. For more information please see the eSales website or watch the three short videos below which give an overview of what the eSales system looks like and what it can do.
All staff have a responsibility to ensure that their conduct nor the conduct of any person or organisation entering into any contract or arrangement with the University contravenes the Bribery Act 2010. Staff must not use their authority or office for personal gain and must always seek to uphold the reputation and good standing of the University.
This short online course guides you through the scope of the Act and highlights some of the situations that you should be aware of.
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Have you previously attended Cognos training but not used the reporting tool since and would like to start using the tool again? If so then this course will enable you to get re-acquainted with Cognos..
Note: What it does not do is go through in detail the outputs of each individual report. Less experienced users of the Grants and/or General Ledger modules in CUFS are recommended to attend instead one of the following courses:
- Grants Part 2 COGNOS Reporting
- General Ledger Reporting
These two courses not only cover the mechanics of running the reports but also more advice on how to interpret and use the information as well as discussion about when to use which report.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Fin Ops to spend a day in the Accounting Services Team to get an overview and appreciation of what they do.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Fin Ops to spend a day in the Accounting Services Team to get an overview and appreciation of the function of the Helpdesk and Cashier.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Fin Ops to spend a day in the Central and Research Accounting Team to get an overview and appreciation of what they do including Fixed Assets, Fee Collection, Property Accounting, Trust Funds and Research Accounting.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Finance Division to spend a day in the Credit Control Team to get an overview and appreciation of what they do.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Fin Division to spend half a day in the Treasury & Investments Team to get an overview and appreciation of what they do. The Treasury & Investments team are offering two sessions, one on Treasury and one on Investments. Ideally the Treasury session should be attended before this one (Investments) however this is not a pre-requisite.
To provide an opportunity for someone from elsewhere in Finance Division to spend half a day in the Treasury & Investments Team to get an overview and appreciation of what they do. The Treasury & Investments team are ofering two sessions, one on Treasury and one on Investments. Ideally participants should attend this one (Treasury) before attending the Investments session however this is not a pre-requisite.
This course has been specifically designed by the Training team for the University. It is aligned with the old level 2 course that was offered by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) and is structured to cover the same introductory concepts and techniques.
All participants will be required to complete an application form prior to acceptance on the course, this will be sent to you when it is available.
A course for departmental staff who deal with purchasing, monitoring and disposal of fixed assets.