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ICB Financial Accounting

There is a skills shortage in finance-related jobs in South Africa, especially as trainee accountant, debt collector, finance management, office administration, accountant and accounts clerk. This creates tremendous career opportunities for you, but If you want a career in finance, you'll most certainly need at least one finance qualification. And you might not know that this is possible even without a matric. 

THE ROUTE TO A NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING NQF 6

  1. National Certificate: Bookkeeping NQF 3 (four subjects)
  2. FET Ceritificate: Bookkeeping NQF 4 (two subjects)
  3. National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting NQF 5 (two subjects)
  4. National Diploma: Financial Accounting NQF 6 (4 subjects)

 

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Exemptions

To be considered for exemptions you need to have a previous qualification related to finance or work experience in an accounting or bookkeeping career field. Applications must be submitted directly to ICB at www.icb.org.za. The ICB will then consider your application in a process that could take 6 - 8 weeks to complete.


Documents required

  • Completed Student Details form (found on the ICB website)
  • Guidelines for Recognition of Prior Learning form (found on the ICB website)
  • Detailed CV
  • Certified copies of your academic transcripts
  • Proof of exemption application fee (non-refundable)

 

Once the ICB has confirmed your exemptions, an additional fee is payable for each exemption you accept. 

 

Click here to view the applicable fees.

 


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