The Level 2 Award in Payroll for Business qualification aims to provide learners with a comprehensive range of knowledge and the practical skills that they will be able to use as a payroll processor for a variety of businesses.
Total qualification time – 100
Guided learning hours – 50
- who wish to further their studies of payroll and gain a qualification at level 2 of the regulated qualification framework, either from a point of no previous knowledge, or having already achieved the IAB Level 1 Award in Payroll for Business
- who already have some practical knowledge and skills and wish to gain an accredited qualification in the subject of payroll
- who are considering a career as a self-employed practitioner
- and businesses owners who would like to be actively involved in the gathering and processing of payroll data and keeping of payroll records for their business.
- Principles of employment legislation and payroll processing
- Computerised payroll processing
The IAB Level 1 Payroll RQF – 2020/21 Tax Year – Study Text can be found here Study Books Archives – IAB | International Association of Bookkeepers
Students studying or wanting to study through a training provider, (classroom based or distance learning) should contact potential training providers to get an idea of the total cost for the qualification. As the majority of the training providers will include the IAB registration fees into their own fee.
For self-study students, (those studying without a training provider) The fee would be £130
This fee covers the following:
- Registration onto the qualification
- All IAB assessment fees (excluding re-sits)
- Certification upon successful completion of all assessments
1 Online Knowledge Test
Online Knowledge tests are a series of independent short answer questions made up of multiple choice, gap fill, and true or false type questions. They are assessed via IABOnline and are open book. This might be taken in class or at home
1 – Online Examination
Online Examinations these are assessed via IABOnline and are taken under examination conditions. They are also made up of a series of independent questions (learners do not have to refer to data and tasks in previous questions when working through the paper). Although each question is independent some questions may have more than one.
Examinations can be taken in any month and on any day (subject to the examination centre). This means that you can move up through the levels quickly as well.
Examinations require a minimum of 5 weeks notice in the UK and 8 weeks for those outside of the UK, before the examination date. This allows us enough time to process the registrations and get the examination papers dispatched
- Level 2 carrying with them credits for units achieved to expand their knowledge and skills in the subject area
- a higher level, thereby developing their knowledge and skills in the subject area.