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From our students

Like many part-time students, Anneli Venter was inspired to further her studies while working - "I was working as a debtor’s clerk when I realised that I had a knack for figures." She studied part-time at Damelin West Rand, starting with the ICB Skills Programme in Bookkeeping to Trial Balance. In… Read more »

Dear ICB My name is Andisiwe and I'm 21 years old. I'm young and dedicated, and in the first year of working towards my National Diploma in Financial Accounting at MSC Business College in East London. I come from a financially disadvantaged family. My parents work on a farm and it's… Read more »


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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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