ICB Senior Bookkeeper
Date Published: September 17, 2020
Are you good at numbers and handling money? Do you enjoy helping people with their taxes?
As an intermediate course, you will gain the best practical skills and knowledge to help you excel in your career.
What is Senior Bookkeeping?
Being a senior bookkeeper comes with a great deal of responsibilities. Bookkeepers are an integral part of running a business day to day. This includes
- Recording ingoing and outgoing transactions
- Daily banking activities
- Payment processing
- Financial reporting
- Oversee all financial data
It's a scarce skill
Senior bookkeeping is one of South Africa’s scarce skills. This means that it is in demand and not many people have this qualification.
With a scarce skill, it’ll be easier to find employment anywhere in the country and even the world. Bookkeeping is something that can be done anywhere.
Why study an ICB accredited course?
The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers are an internationally recognised institution that offers business related courses such as finance management.
ICB courses are internationally accredited and well known. This means that you can practise bookkeeping nationally and internationally with an ICB qualification. Employers are also more likely to employ you since they know your qualification is high quality.
All of the ICB courses are long-distance learning. Not only can you study at your own pace, but you can also save money on transport!
If you’re thinking of studying Senior Bookkeeping, here’s what you need to know:
- Programme type: Partner Program
- Award type:FET Certificate and a Program Completion Certificate
- Awards issued by: FASSET will issue your National Qualification and the ICB will issue your Program Completion Certificate
- Accredited by: QCTO
- Course duration: 24 Months
These are the entry requirements needed to be able to apply for the Senior Bookkeeping course:
- Successful completion of the ICB bookkeeping certificate: If you want to apply you must have either completed the ICB bookkeeping certificate or be a certified senior bookkeeper.
- Be a certified senior bookkeeper: Either you completed the certificate mentioned above or you need to be a certified senior bookkeeper to apply.
- Ability to read and write in English: Because the course is taught in English, you’ll need to be able to read and write in English
When looking to study Senior Bookkeeping, these are the subjects that you can expect to encounter.
- Introduction to Business English
- Bookkeeping to Trial Balance
- Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns
- Computerised Bookkeeping
- Business Literacy
- Financial Statements
- Cost and Management Accounting.
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Author: Andrea Frisby