10 Reasons Why You Have to Choose Studying through the ICB
All ICB’s courses are registered on the National Qualifications Framework.
ICB’s qualification syllabi are continuously updated to incorporate current legislations and regulations.
You only need to complete four subjects to get your first qualification.
You can study full-time or part-time, in a classroom or via distance learning which allows you to study at your own pace.
You can also decide how many subjects you want to do at a time and when you want to to do the final exam.
We also recognise prior learning and work experience, which means you could get credit for work already done.
Assessments are done twice per month (excluding January) by qualified registered assessors with results issues within 6 weeks of the assessment date.
There are over 500 accredited sites available through which you can study, which means that should you need to move to another town or city, chances are high that you will find a provider near you.
ICB’s qualifications are recognised by international professional bodies for either memberships and/or exemptions;
- ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants UK)
- CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants UK)
- IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers UK) and
- IAAP (International Association of Accounting Professionals UK)
Giving you the best chance of succeeding. You will get a portfolio of evidence which includes 3 assignments and 2 tests. There is also college tuition, textbooks, workbooks and study support.
Qualifications meet the academic requirements for membership of recognised professional bodies:
- ICBA (Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and Accountants)
- SAIT (South African Institute of Tax Practitioners)
- SAIBA (South African Institute of Business Accountants)
The minimum requirement to enter for an ICB entry-level course is 16 years of age and a Grade 10 (Standard 8) or equivalent.