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My name is Calvin Selinga. I'm working in credit control at Mutual & Federal insurance company in Bloemfontein.  I started studying through the ICB in 2010. I was always on the lookout for such an institution and found it through doing some research. I wanted to further my studies in… Read more »

Dear ICB I, Blanche Saptouw hereby thank you for taking the time to review my bursary application, and would be truly grateful should it be granted. I am 31 years old, a single mother of two, and desperately striving to create a better home for my family. Over the past few… Read more »

Learnerships

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Learnerships: Theory + on-the-job experience


If you’re working already and your employer is an ICB-accredited Workplace Training Provider, you could attain an ICB qualification via a Learnership. On the theory side, you undertake the ICB’s usual exams and compile the regular Portfolios of Evidence – or have your previous learning assessed by us. On the practical side, you complete our workplace Portfolio of Evidence (PoE), which is reviewed by an ICB-registered examiner.

Learnerships offer benefits to employees and incentives to employers. Some students even get their studies subsidised by their companies.

ICB qualifications that are available as learnerships

  • National Certificate Bookkeeping: NQF 3
  • FETC Bookkeeping: NQF 4
  • National Diploma Technical Financial Accounting: NQF 5
  • National Certificate Small Business Financial Management: NQF 4
  • Certificate Office Administration: NQF 5
  • Higher Certificate Office Administration: NQF 5
  • National Certificate Public Sector Accounting: NQF 4
  • Diploma Public Sector Accounting: NQF 5

Learnerships are available:


From your current employer, if they are registered as a workplace training provider with the ICB. If you are not employed, you may be able to apply for a learnership at a company*. In order to register for a learnership this way, you will need to sign an employment contract with them.

Please familiarise yourself with the ICB Learnership Policy and Procedures (PDF 417KB).

* Employers must be registered as workplace training providers with the ICB in order to offer our learnerships.

 

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