Recommended Audience

This course will be beneficial to new payroll administrators to obtain the necessary information to comply with South-Africa’s payroll statutory requirements.
Any new payroll user is welcome and encouraged to attend the training course and ensure your monthly and annual statutory requirements are fully filled.

Payroll Administration Training | Course Outline

  • Role of the Payroll Administrator.
  • Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
  • Working Hours, Overtime Hours, Public Holiday, and Sunday Work.
  • Employee Leave Entitlement as per the BCEA.
  • Required particulars of employment contracts.
  • Termination of employment, notice periods, payments, and certificates of service.
  • Income Tax Act, EMP201 and the EMP501.
  • Skills Development Act.
  • Unemployment Insurance Fund Act.
  • Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act.

Payroll Administration Training | Booking Details

Training Confirmation

Upon booking for Payroll Administration Training, you will receive an e-mail specifying the course details.

Invoice & Payment

For registered customers:
Once the booking has been confirmed, the cost of the course will be invoiced to your PaySpace account.

Other interested delegates:
Once the booking has been confirmed, an invoice will be sent to you for payment prior to attending the Payroll Administration Training course.

Cancellations

A booking can be cancelled up to two weeks prior to the scheduled date. Thereafter, no cancellations will be accepted, but substitutes are welcome. Attendee substitutions must be made at least 1 working day prior to the course date. If not, you will be liable for costs incurred by PaySpace for the arrangement of this training course.

Requirements

An Internet Line Speed of 4Mbps.

Duration

1 Sessions (08:30 – 12:30 GMT +2)

Cost

R1 431 excl. VAT per delegate

Course Dates:

Kindly note that your training request is booked when you receive a training confirmation. Alternative training dates will be advised by the Training Administrator for fully booked training sessions.

November

1 November 2021

December

1 December 2021