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From our students

My name is Nadia Gaybba and I'm 31 years old. I was born in Cape Town and grew up in Boksburg and Meyerton. Today, I'm living in Pretoria. I was always a slow reader, and would feel that I couldn't study and would never pass anything. I had to write… Read more »

Dear ICB My name is Angeline Mofokeng from Johannesburg. My goal was to study Payroll and when I enquired about it at Damelin, they introduced me to the ICB's programmes. It was such a priviledge to study those modules and have the potential to grow further. Early in 2013, I asked… Read more »

Your career path with the ICB

The chart below shows how you can progress in your studies – and career – as you move up each level in the ICB’s study programmes.

The dark blue text shows the ICBA membership level and designation. The ICBA is a professional body that many ICB graduates join once they are qualified (students can be members too!). To qualify for ICB membership, you’ll need to hold a relevant qualification and have specific work experience. See www.icba.org.za for more.

Career Path

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The durations shown for each programme/level are guidelines only. How long it will take you to do your course will depend on whether you study full or part time, how many subjects you do at a time, and other factors unique to you.

It’s not compulsory to complete an entire level before moving on to the next. But to get your qualifications, you must have completed all subjects within a level. It may be possible for you to leapfrog some subjects if you are granted credits for prior learning.

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