Young entrepreneurs learn from Goldings, May 2013

Even the best business ideas and most energetic entrepreneurs will come unstuck if they fail to keep a firm hold on finances.

That’s why Golding Computer Services has been mentoring Youth Enterprise businesses for more than 10 years, providing them with the sort of advice and support that has proved invaluable to more established companies.


Goldings, based in George Street, Hull, provided many businesses in the region with their very first computers, and has built strong partnerships with Sage and the International Association of Book-keepers ().

Goldings has won the Sage Circle of Excellence on two occasions and was last year recognised nationally by the as the best centre in the UK for delivering the Level 2 Certificate in Computerised Accounting for Business.

Affordability and flexibility of courses were key factors behind the company’s success, and now Goldings has devised its own course specifically to meet the needs of local businesses.

Di Garbera, General Manager of Goldings, said: “The new course covers such areas as sales, purchase, nominal ledger, VAT and bank reconciliation to the standards that we have set in working with Sage and the .

“The basic course will cover the key elements and will leave people equipped to advance to accreditations and qualifications should they want to progress further. Distance learning is an option, enabling people to train in their own time with full tutor support by phone and email.

“It is suitable for people looking for a grounding in computerised accounts whether they are setting up in business or trying to develop the skills that will help them find work. It can also help people progress to a higher level if that is what they need.”

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