Price R7,250.00

Course Features
Language: English
3 Months
10 Lessons
Study Level: Intermediate
Certificate of Completion

What Will I Learn?

This comprehensive training course will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to perform a bookkeeper to trial balance function using Pastel Partner.

Entrance Requirements

Learners need to meet the following prerequisites before attending this course:

  • Bookkeeping NQF Level 3 qualification or Standard 8/Grade 10 Bookkeeping.
  • Computer Literacy at NQF Level 3 or Standard 8/Grade 10 Computer Literacy.
  • Mathematical Literacy or Standard 8/Grade 10 Mathematics.

If a learner is not yet competent in the required prerequisites then he/she must first complete the relevant courses before enrolling for this course. Should we find a student on one of our courses that do not meet the prerequisites they will be asked to leave and the course fee will be forfeited.

Course Overview

1. Installation lecture

  • Preparing to install.
  • Installing and registering Pastel Partner.

2. Working in the Demo Company lecture

  • Open a company in Sage Pastel Partner.
  • Navigate in Sage Pastel Partner Version 12 using the four navigation methods.

3. Creating a New Company lecture

  • Setting up a company.
  • Using the Sage Pastel Partner setup assistant.

4. Auto Setup lecture

  • Auto Setup menu
  • Auto Setup process

5. Edit Masterfiles lecture

  • Edit General Ledger.
  • Edit Suppliers.
  • Edit Inventory.
  • Edit Customers.

6. Supplier Processing lecture

  • Create a purchase order.
  • Goods received notes.
  • Supplier invoices.
  • Return and debit.
  • Supplier journal.

7. Customer Processing lecture

  • Create a quotation.
  • Sales orders.
  • Tax invoices.
  • Credit notes.
  • Debit notes.
  • Customer journals.

8. Cash Book Processing lecture

  • Settings.
  • Processing in the cash book.
  • Inter – Account transfers.

9. Monthly Processing lecture

  • Customer monthly processes.
  • Supplier monthly processes.
  • Other monthly processes.
  • Processing in cash book.

10. Take on Balances lecture

  • Taking on General Ledger balances.
  • Taking on Customer balances.
  • Taking on Supplier balances.
  • Taking on Inventory balances.


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