Second national award for Goldings, July 2013

Golding Computer Services has earned a second national award from the International Association of Book-keepers ().

The company has been named by the as the UK’s Top Centre for Computerised Accounting for Business for 2012–13.

Vic Golding, Managing Director of Goldings, received the award at a presentation organised in the Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons as the marked its 40th anniversary.

2nd National  Award for Goldings

Last year Goldings was named as the ’s best centre in the UK for delivering the Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business. The new award covers all three levels and comes as Goldings is working with the to promote book-keeping as a career choice.

Goldings is also launching its own course which is designed to provide affordable and flexible training in Sage accounts, with participants taking advantage of the distance-learning format to fit in with their other commitments.

Vic said: “It is our course and it will be delivered to the standard that has helped us win these awards, but it will be affordable because we know that cost is a concern and it will be something people can do in their own time, with dedicated tutor support by phone and email.

“But it will cover all the key points. It will come with a course manual and a training version of Sage 50 and it will leave participants at a stage where they can progress to and Sage qualifications if they want to.”

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