Congratulations to the top students listed below for achieving 90% and higher in your December 2020 ICB exams!

 

Natalie Harris Self studying TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 90%
Hermanus Grobler Life Skills Facilitators TFA: Income Tax Returns 90%
Nomcebo Mdluli Mananga Centre Financial Statements 90%
Mefika Mzangwe Unigrad College Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Lucia Mungo Mananga Centre Financial Statements 90%
Tadius Tuhwe Pinetown Institute of Technology Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 90%
Nadine Maartens Qualitas Career Academy Newcastle Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 90%
Thirusha Govender KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 90%
Megan Louwrens Unicollege Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 90%
Leona Rungan Unicollege TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 91%
Lee-ann Van Wyk Self studying TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 91%
Sylvia Champion Damelin – Boksburg Financial Statements 91%
Phumzile Mahlangu The Academy of Commerce and Accounting TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 91%
Corne Cloete Damelin – Boksburg Financial Statements 91%
Lucinda Delport Unicollege Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 91%
Suveer Singh Careers IT – Chatsworth Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Issaka Harouna SA College of Technology Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Colleen Zimmermann Unicollege Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Justin Jansen Van Vuuren Centurion Academy – Centurion Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Angelique Croxon Unigrad College Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Courtney Sears The Academy of Commerce and Accounting TFA: Income Tax Returns 92%
Siphumelele Hlophe Pinetown Institute of Technology TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 92%
Tina Viljoen Damelin – Boksburg Financial Statements 92%
Carlien Chapman Unigrad College TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 92%
Kabelo Mohlala Unigrad College Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Consolate Ngalula Kalonji Little Steps College TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 92%
Sitsetselelo Hlophe Mananga Centre Financial Statements 92%
Deveney Dhilakpal Boston – Umhlanga Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Onkemetse Dibakwana Charis City College – Pretoria Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Corné Swanepoel Centurion Academy – Centurion Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Zanela Moyane Self studying Business Literacy 3 93%
Erika Victor Unigrad College Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 93%
Mpumelelo Mhlongo Mananga Centre Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Jacqueline Ryder Court Campus TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 94%
Wanda Korff Unicollege Financial Statements 94%
Shikkara Devanand KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 94%
Chantelle Gerber Alphabiz Solutions and Training Centre – Correspondence Financial Statements 94%
Mefika Mzangwe Unigrad College Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Raksha Singh Careers IT – Chatsworth Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Tawanda Chandaengerwa Unicollege Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Mukondeleli Mathode Edge Business School Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Khanyisile Vilakati Mananga Centre Cost and Management Accounting 95%
Phumzile Hlatshwayo Mananga Centre Cost and Management Accounting 95%
Grant Duma KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 95%
Ashlesha Beharee Unigrad College Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 95%
Sharlene Kothiah KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Sabeehah Kader Careers IT – Chatsworth Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Janise Mendes Incredible Skills TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 97%
Phindokuhle Dlamini Mananga Centre Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 97%
Veronica Vermeulen Unicollege TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 98%
Denice Lubbe Centurion Academy – Witbank Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 99%
Natalie Harilal Careers IT – Chatsworth Cost and Management Accounting 100%

Congratulations to the top students listed below for achieving 90% and higher in your November 2020 ICB exams!

 

Sharon Steenkamp SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 3 90%
Cheznique Olsen Damelin – Boksburg Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 90%
Tarynne Le Roux IBTC – Cape Town Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Bonisiwe Thsoenyane Boston – Benoni OA: Economics 90%
Charmaine Lawant The Academy of Commerce and Accounting TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 90%
Lorraine Kinsey Damelin – Durban Overport Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 90%
Chantelle Breed Self studying Business Literacy 1 90%
Chantelle Breed Self studying Business Literacy 2 90%
Oratile Phiri Self studying Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 90%
Mbali Sithole Mananga Centre Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 90%
Mzwandile Dlamini Mananga Centre Fin Accountant: Corporate Strategy 90%
Innocent Kombedzai Transcollege Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 90%
Raquel De Carvalho MSC Business College – Benoni Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Nikita Potgieter ELMI College – East London Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Tracy-kim Smit SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Fiona   Maimela Richfield – Witbank Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 90%
Alize Botha Centurion Akademy – Irene OA: Economics 90%
Mavis Mthimunye Richfield – Witbank Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 90%
Rabia Kadwa SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 2 90%
Marelize Du Plessis Skills Academy Supported Learning Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Prudence Dhlamini Transcollege Business Literacy 2 90%
Benjamin Bouwer Centurion Academy – Witbank Office and Legal Practice 90%
Bhekamanene Madonsela ATTI – Nelspruit Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 90%
Naadhirah Shafi Centurion Akademy – Irene Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Rivoningo Ndlovu Unigrad College Financial Statements 90%
Lefa Puana CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 1 90%
Tameera Govender Pinetown Institute of Technology Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Marché Bimbrish College SA Business Literacy 1 90%
Cole Stanley Intec College – Head Office TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 90%
Shallane Sealy Self studying Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Joel Geldenhys SA-German Training Services Business Literacy 1 90%
Candice Losper College SA Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Jester Ndebele Self studying Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Mamokgalo Motlhabane Self studying Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Mariam Karjiker Damelin – Mowbray Fin Accountant: Corporate Strategy 91%
Nadia Lourens Unigrad College Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 91%
Joanne Denysschen SACOB South African College of Business Financial Statements 91%
Neelofar Ganie Self studying Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 91%
Samantha Rautenbach Synergy Transformation Solutions – Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Prigah Masina Self studying Financial Statements 91%
Marilize Nel ATTI – Nelspruit Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Tsheapang Rakubu Skills Academy Supported Learning Business Literacy 3 91%
Tsheapang Rakubu Skills Academy Supported Learning Business Literacy 1 91%
Thabile Malaza ATTI – Nelspruit Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Prisca Nyathi Transcollege Financial Statements 91%
Meagan Durham Academic Institute of Exellence- Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Stephanie Pienaar Centurion Akademy – Irene Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Tumelo Lerata Self studying Management 91%
Rosanne Raman Self studying TFA: Income Tax Returns 91%
Bheki Mbowane Damelin – Nelspruit TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 91%
Jeanine Coetzer Boston – Ladysmith Financial Statements 91%
Lindy-lee Muller SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 2 91%
Lindy-lee Muller SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 3 91%
Monique Steyn Edu Smart Training Academy Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Paulinah Skosana Centurion Academy – Witbank Office and Legal Practice 91%
Marilisa De Oliveira Centurion Akademy – Irene Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Ntandoyenkosi Gwala Richfield – Witbank OA: Marketing Management & Public Relations 91%
Ashlesha Beharee Unigrad College Business Literacy 1 91%
Ashlesha Beharee Unigrad College Business Literacy 2 91%
Kathryn Janson SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 3 91%
Karen Naude SACOB South African College of Business Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 91%
Emma Parkin Self studying Business Literacy 3 91%
Carla Spangenberg College SA Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Danai Pambai SA College of Technology Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Danai Pambai SA College of Technology Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Dean Brorson Institute of Management Development (IMD) Business Management 1 91%
Olga Braaf Institute of Business Management of SA – Correspondence Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Promise Ndlovu SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 1 91%
Tsitsi Chihovo College SA Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Tsitsi Chihovo College SA Financial Statements 92%
Karin Vlooh The Academy of Commerce and Accounting Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 92%
Charnelle Broodryk Damelin – Centurion Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 92%
Nyiko Maboko Boston – Orchards (Orange Grove) Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 92%
Catherine Konigmacher College SA Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Carla Engelbrecht Self studying Financial Statements 92%
Charnell Janse Van Vuuren Academy of York Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 92%
Pretty Sibanyoni Centurion Academy – Witbank Business Management 2 92%
Shaleen Botha College SA Business Literacy 1 92%
Danielle Billson Academy of York Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Nikita Potgieter ELMI College – East London Correspondence Financial Statements 92%
Grizelda Pretorius Centurion Academy – Centurion Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 92%
Khanyisile Vilakati Mananga Centre OA: Human Resources Management & Labour Relations 92%
Janise Mendes Incredible Skills Financial Statements 92%
Lizaan Le Roux ASORIP Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Ashley Fletcher Alphabiz Solutions and Training Centre – Correspondence Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Saskia Groenewald Academy of York Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Ridwaan Mahomed College SA Business Management 1 92%
Fortune Zuweni Unicollege Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Ilva Du Preez Unigrad College Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 92%
Gerhardus De Bruyn CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 2 92%
Tanya Briel CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 3 92%
Tanya Briel CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 1 92%
Alicia Mkhwebane Richfield – Witbank OA: Marketing Management & Public Relations 92%
Kaylie-marie Brandon SA-German Training Services Business Literacy 1 92%
Odwa Mdeyide Techtisa Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Mary Senyembe Academy of York Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Alisha De Beer SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 92%
Hlengiwe Nkosi Boston – Braamfontein Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Tanya De Kock Self studying Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Tanja Grobler SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Marcha Botha Exemption Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Sheree Loots Damelin – Boksburg Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Helena Steynberg SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Ishan Singh Self studying Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Luke Mchelm False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Tracey Francke False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Chantell Damon Incredible Skills Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Mbuso Mnisi Damelin – Nelspruit TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 93%
Nomcebo Vilakati Mananga Centre Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 93%
Shaleen Botha College SA Business Literacy 2 93%
Maryke Tonitz College SA Jnr Bookkeeper: Computerised Bookkeeping 93%
Jade Zock SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Janette Ferreira ATTI – Nelspruit Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Yolandie Van Rensburg ATTI – Nelspruit Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Jasmine Annies Milpark Education – Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Audra Jonathan Skills Academy Supported Learning TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 93%
Prisca Nyathi Transcollege Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Maria Swanepoel Self studying Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 93%
Noleen Roman SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 3 93%
Monica Cornelius Self studying Business Literacy 3 93%
Megan Adams SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Thembelihle Mashigoana Oxbridge Academy Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Tanya Heyneke SACOB South African College of Business Financial Statements 93%
Mariaan Smit SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Melissa Louw Skills Academy Supported Learning Business Literacy 1 93%
Paulinah Skosana Centurion Academy – Witbank Business Management 2 93%
Marthinus Vermeulen Unicollege Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Tanya Briel CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 2 93%
Elizna Misselhorn Damelin – Cape Town Correspondence Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Erika Victor Unigrad College Business Literacy 3 93%
Penelope Sutton Milpark Education – Correspondence Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 93%
Augusta Bredenkamp SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Jennifer Harman SACOB South African College of Business Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 93%
Magda Scholtz College SA Financial Statements 94%
Jacqueline Ryder Court Campus Financial Statements 94%
Simone Rheeder Self studying Financial Statements 94%
Schalk Van Der Linde I3A – Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Alucia Smith College SA Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 94%
Hannerie Gouws Walvis Bay Learning Hub Financial Statements 94%
Morne Van Vuuren The Academy of Commerce and Accounting Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 94%
Joanne Denysschen SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Natasha Fourie Global Prospectus Development Institute Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 94%
Nomcebo Vilakati Mananga Centre Fin Accountant: Corporate Strategy 94%
Lorainne Muller Self studying Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Jessica May IBTC – Sandton Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Melissa Louw Skills Academy Supported Learning Business Literacy 2 94%
Gerhardus De Bruyn CTU Training – Pretoria Business Literacy 1 94%
Emma Parkin Self studying Business Literacy 2 94%
Bhavna Bhana SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Jennifer Harman SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Samantha Jordaan The Academy of Commerce and Accounting Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 95%
Sandra Fernandes Self studying Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 95%
Hermanus Grobler Life Skills Facilitators TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 95%
Mbali Sithole Mananga Centre Fin Accountant: Corporate Strategy 95%
Kim Hough Self studying TFA: Income Tax Returns 95%
Sanele Mncina Mananga Centre TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 95%
Anika Joubert Boston – Port Elizabeth Cost and Management Accounting 95%
Lynn Van Der Merwe College SA Cost and Management Accounting 95%
Jessika Booth Boston – Bellville OA: Business and Office Administration 2 95%
Nobuhle Dlamini Mananga Centre OA: Marketing Management & Public Relations 95%
Heloise Engelbrecht Incredible Skills Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Nancy Matshile Brilliant Accounting and Training Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Zvikomborero Tauro Brilliant Accounting and Training Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Cole Stanley Intec College – Head Office Cost and Management Accounting 95%
Natasha Coetzee SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Jill Kanes Damelin – Pretoria Correspondence Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Stacey Lazarus College SA Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Siphephile Ndlovu Academy of York Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Marjoleen Strydom Self studying TFA: Income Tax Returns 96%
Ashley Tonkin CTU Training – Pretoria Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 96%
Kaylin Pretorius Centurion Akademy – Irene Management 96%
Monica Cornelius Self studying Business Literacy 2 96%
Adel Delport SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Marelize Du Plessis Skills Academy Supported Learning Financial Statements 96%
Maryna Jacobs Intec College – Head Office Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 96%
Kareshnee Gangiah Academic Institute of Exellence- Correspondence Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 96%
Elsie Louwrens SACOB South African College of Business Fin Accountant: Financial Reporting and Regulatory Framework 97%
Nicolette Van Der Merwe Credit Blende Training Cost and Management Accounting 97%
Jacqueline Julyan College SA Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 97%
Losisa Khumalo Self studying Cost and Management Accounting 97%
Nokwethemba Mlaba Boston – Durban City Management 97%
Debbie-lee Wilmans ATTI – Nelspruit Cost and Management Accounting 97%
Maria Swanepoel Self studying Cost and Management Accounting 97%
Elizna Swanepoel Centurion Akademy – Irene Cost and Management Accounting 97%
Monica Cornelius Self studying Business Literacy 1 97%
Vinola Naidoo Oxbridge Academy Business Literacy 3 97%
Bianca Pretorius Self studying Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 97%
Rina Van Wyk Unigrad College Business Literacy 3 97%
Rina Van Wyk Unigrad College Business Literacy 1 97%
Rina Van Wyk Unigrad College Business Literacy 2 97%
Erika Victor Unigrad College Business Literacy 1 97%
Erika Victor Unigrad College Business Literacy 2 97%
Cole Stanley Intec College – Head Office Financial Statements 97%
Kathryn Janson SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 1 97%
Kathryn Janson SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 2 97%
Emma Parkin Self studying Business Literacy 1 97%
Subeshini Delomoney SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 97%
Marjolyn Matthews IBTC – Sandton Correspondence Cost and Management Accounting 98%
Carla Mulder SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 98%
Nita Mohunram SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 98%
Lydia Colaco Damelin – Boksburg Fin Accountant: Management Accounting and Control Systems 99%
Maryna Engelbrecht Unigrad College Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 99%
Charlene Rossouw Skills Academy Supported Learning Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 99%

Congratulations to the top students listed below for achieving 90% and higher in your October 2020 ICB exams!

 

Jacqueline Lottering Jacqueline Lottering Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Kelly Stewart Kelly Stewart Cost and Management Accounting 90%
Meimei Dong Meimei Dong TFA: Income Tax Returns 90%
Letlhogonolo Modikwe Letlhogonolo Modikwe Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Marcelle Henneker Marcelle Henneker Business Literacy 3 90%
Ester Austin Ester Austin Business Literacy 1 90%
Tatum Moodley Tatum Moodley Jnr Bookkeeper: Payroll & monthly SARS returns 90%
Shaakirah Hoosen Shaakirah Hoosen Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Monique Groenewald Monique Groenewald Business Literacy 2 90%
Melony Van Blerk Melony Van Blerk Business Literacy 1 90%
Melony Van Blerk Melony Van Blerk Business Literacy 2 90%
Bronwyn Bosman Bronwyn Bosman Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 90%
Zanela Moyane Zanela Moyane Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Arno Rademeyer Arno Rademeyer Business Literacy 2 91%
Megan Vosloo Megan Vosloo Business Literacy 1 91%
Ruksar Mahomed Arrie Ruksar Mahomed Arrie Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Tanya Briel Tanya Briel Financial Statements 91%
Phumudzo Nembidzane Phumudzo Nembidzane Business Literacy 1 91%
Victoria Ngezi Victoria Ngezi TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 92%
Hannerie Gouws Hannerie Gouws Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Victoria Molope Victoria Molope Financial Statements 92%
Lindokuhle Nhlapo Lindokuhle Nhlapo Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Amanda Jacobs Amanda Jacobs Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Arno Rademeyer Arno Rademeyer Business Literacy 1 93%
Suveer Singh Suveer Singh Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Gerhardus De Bruyn Gerhardus De Bruyn Financial Statements 93%
Paulinah Skosana Paulinah Skosana OA: Marketing Management & Public Relations 94%
Zane Potgieter Zane Potgieter Business Literacy 3 94%
Natalie Harilal Natalie Harilal Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Raksha Singh Raksha Singh Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Ashley Tonkin Ashley Tonkin TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 95%
Monique Joubert Monique Joubert Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Bianca Esterhuizen Bianca Esterhuizen Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Prigah Masina Prigah Masina Cost and Management Accounting 98%
Sabeehah Kader Sabeehah Kader Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 98%

Congratulations to the top students listed below for achieving 90% and higher in your September 2020 ICB exams!

 

Imran Africa False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Financial Statements 90%
Fatimah Daniels False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Business Literacy 2 90%
Carol-anne Hannabus Walvis Bay Learning Hub Cost and Management Accounting 91%
Stacy Scheepers Damelin – Menlyn Business Literacy 2 91%
Mark Zimba Amilak Training Center Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Greshna Brooks False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 91%
Fatimah Daniels False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Business Literacy 1 91%
Fortune Zuweni Unicollege TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 91%
Lizaan Smit Boston – George Financial Statements 92%
Sinegugu Ngcobo Damelin – Durban City TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 92%
Daniel Jehoma False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Cost and Management Accounting 92%
Debbie Tiltman SACOB South African College of Business Business Literacy 3 92%
Imran Africa False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Shikkara Devanand KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Rodney Motadi ATTI – Polokwane OA: Business and Office Administration 1 93%
Grant Duma KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 93%
Gerhardus De Bruyn CTU Training – Pretoria Cost and Management Accounting 93%
Debbie Tiltman SACOB South African College of Business Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 94%
Lynne Tow CTU Training – Potchefstroom Cost and Management Accounting 94%
Malith Gunasekara SACOB South African College of Business Financial Statements 95%
Celimpilo Ndzimandze Mananga Centre TFA: Business Law & Accounting Control 95%
Sumeeka Budhu KIB Accounting & Computer Training Centre Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 95%
Malith Gunasekara SACOB South African College of Business Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Victoria Molope CTU Training – Pretoria Cost and Management Accounting 96%
Fatimah Daniels False Bay TVET College – Fish Hoek Bookkeeping to Trial Balance 96%
Jared Erasmus CTU Training – Port Elizabeth Cost and Management Accounting 98%

The accountancy and audit industries are on the cusp of an automation transformation, guided by the incredible growth of emerging technologies like robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI).

What’s more, the world is experiencing the most significant global recession since the 1930s Great Depression. The evolution of the finance function is perfectly timed because businesses need financial advice more urgently than ever before – but of a different sort.

To fill this role, finance professionals must evolve their skillsets.

1. Be technologically fearless, yet empathetic

Automation is transforming the accounting industry, driven by fourth industrial revolution technologies. Advanced cloud-based accounting solutions already incorporates some of these, which automate invoice processing and facilitate continuous consolidations.

But working in finance in 2021 won’t only be about becoming familiar with, and comfortable using, new technologies. AI is already good at automating repetitive accountancy tasks, which increases accuracy and efficiency, and helps firms to discover hidden insights and trends that affect their clients’ businesses. It can automatically upload documents, understand entries, and classify them using the right accounting codes.

This has allowed accountants to do more with fewer resources and has freed up time and energy for creativity when it comes to analysing and interpreting data to extract real value for clients.

Our ability to relate to, engage with, and work well with others will be crucial to our success because these are the skills that help to create connections and build relationships.

Soft skills like creativity, empathy, communication, negotiation, and leadership are critical to master.

2. Become customer centric

Customers expect more from their accountants – and businesses expect more from the finance department. This was already evident before the pandemic.

Cloud-based accounting solutions are a lot more intuitive and user-friendly, making it possible for businesses to manage their own books – which means accountants need to provide value in other ways. Businesses don’t need number-crunchers anymore; they need a business partner and advisor. Someone who can spot problems before they arise and identify opportunities that otherwise would have been missed.

To provide this level of service, finance leaders need an in-depth understanding of every department, their challenges and opportunities to improve.

Becoming customer centric might require a cultural shift and a change in operational processes. But this will prepare you for the future, where change will happen fast and often – and it’s only the agile and adaptable that will survive.

3. Cultivate a life-long learning habit, starting with business advisory skills

No one can confidently say they have nothing to learn. In fact, your best defence against uncertainty is to ensure that you’re always learning something new because deliberate skills development is an investment in yourself and your future.

Building your business advisory skills is a good place to start. For example, your customers might need help understanding their finance reports and knowing what decisions to take on the information presented. You can help them to become hyper-focused on metrics that matter and help them to drive change in their businesses.

Many small business owners want the kind of expert advice and insight only an accounting professional can provide. And they’re willing to pay for it. Knowing how their business is performing compared to industry benchmarks, and how they can make operational improvements, is priceless.

And remember, the best business consultants have also mastered the softer skills. They’re excellent communicators, they build trust by providing direction, and they’re master problem-solvers.

Steve Jobs encouraged business owners to hire people who are smarter than them, and who can drive the business forward through diverse thinking and approaches. That’s what your customers are looking for. Someone smarter than them, who can analyse their problems, structure a plan with clear goals, and guide them in achieving them.

Author: PJ Bishop

Source: https://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/724/212027.html