Training providers conduct formal exams for classroom-based students throughout the year. Some of the providers also provide online exams, but do double check with your College when they’re conducting exams for the subjects and format (paper or online) you’re interested in.
HOW TO STUDY
Super Flexible Study Options to Fit Around Your Life
In a classroom, via distance learning, full time or part time? It’s up to you on how to study!
Just finished school and can’t wait for campus life? A working mom with lots of ambition, but very little time? On a mission to study intensively and qualify in just 6 months? Or maybe you have a longer-term plan to study on the side while working full time?
Whatever your situation, there will be an ICB study route that works for you. We have hundreds of accredited training providers (colleges) and distance learning colleges across southern Africa, who will provide you with invaluable tuition and support, whether you register for classroom or distance learning.
Most school leavers opt for full time studies as they have no work commitments.
If you’re working full time but really want to gain a qualification, you can attend classes after hours every week.
If you’re working full time but really want to gain a qualification, you can study in the comfort of your home without attending classes. You will register with a Training Provider (distance learning college) and thereafter, register with the ICB to get your PoE.
FULL-TIME & PART-TIME
IN A CLASSROOM
VIA DISTANCE LEARNING COLLEGE
Exams for distance learning and independent students are conducted multiple times a year via online exams and twice per year at ICB approved examination centres around southern Africa. It is always best to check the timetable for all the details on exams.
Choose Where to Study
You’ve chosen what to study and how to study, now find a training provider