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From our students

Thrilled to be newly qualified as a Certified Junior Bookkeeper, Charlene du Plessis believes that hard work, perseverance and a great support system are the key ingredients of success. Like many working women, Charlene finds it difficult sometimes to keep the right balance between being a professional, hard-working employee; an… Read more »


Hi there, I am Tersia. I live in Jeffreys Bay in the Eastern Cape. I have recently started my first job in accounting at Eastern Cape Accounting & Tax (ECAT) in Humansdorp. When my daughter was born in November 2009, I stopped working to raise her. Until then, I had… Read more »


The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers has been around since 1931. Its role is to improve and maintain the quality, credibility and reputation of bookkeeping, accounting, office management and financial management training and qualifications in southern Africa.

As a Quality Assurance Service Provider (QASP) of the Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset), the ICB is an examining and certification body for several of Fasset’s business qualifications.

All ICB qualifications are accredited on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and the Zambian Vocational Qualifications Framework. ICB graduates are recognised by several professional bodies. 

Studying further with an ICB qualification

ICB graduates can gain more career opportunities by studying further with a number of organisations that recognise ICB qualifications:

Joining a professional body

With an ICB qualification, a graduate can further increase his/her professional profile and network by joining one of the following bodies as a member:

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