Whether you are just getting started, or you are already a working professional, our courses have been designed to give you the practical skills and accreditation to further develop you career at your own pace.
When studying an ICB course you can rest assured that you will be studying the most credible and reputable bookkeeping, office administration, entrepreneurship and business management qualifications in Souther Africa.
So whether you want to start your own business or become a Financial Accountant - our range of ICB course will give you the right skills and accreditation to advance your career.
The ICB Entrepreneurship Programme is divided into three levels.
You can start your studies at the Foundation Level, or apply for exemptions directly with the ICB to start further down the programme. You'll receive a qualification (and certificate) after each level you complete.
How many subjects you complete at a time is up to you. We do however recommend that you do not attempt to complete more than two subjects at a time. It takes on average three months to prepare for each exam, so depending on your circumstances, it will take approximately three years to complete the entire qualification.
National Certificate: Small Business Financial Management - NQF 3, SAQA ID 48736
- Entrepreneurship 1
- Bookkeeping to Trial Balance
- Business Literacy
Higher Certificate: Office Administration - NQF 5, SAQA ID 23619
- Office and Legal Practice
- Entrepreneurship 2
- Marketing Management and Public Relations
- Financial Statements
- Human Resources Management and Labour Relations
National Diploma: Financial Accounting - NQF 6, SAQA ID 20366
- Entrepreneurship 3
- Financial Management and Control
- Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks
- Research Theory and Practice*
*Completed by dissertation. You will not write an exam for this subject, but instead will be provided with a research topic by the ICB. You have to submit your completed research report on exam day.