I registered with the ICB a couple of years ago and unfortunately have been so busy with work, that I haven’t had time to write any exams. Is there a time limit on completing an ICB course?
Thanks for your question.
There is no time limit on completing your qualification – you can conveniently work through any ICB course at your own pace. When you are ready to write an exam, all you need to do is pay the annual registration fee. You’ll then receive a new Portfolio of Evidence (PoE).
If you have entered for an exam but never wrote it, you should have postponed it – but you’re only allowed one postponement until the next available exam sitting. You cannot keep postponing your exam indefinitely.
If a few years have passed since you registered and paid, you will need to re-register and pay a registration fee again. You’ll then receive a new PoE.
Please remember: Your study material gets updated regularly, so it’s very important to check that it is still current.
When you’re ready to register, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact an ICB-accredited training provider for assistance.
Hope that helps!
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