Many people think bookkeeping is just basic arithmetic, it’s actually a lot more than that. It requires an understanding of accounting, business management and even some tax knowledge in order to be able to serve a client properly. Bookkeeping isn’t easy.
About this programme:
This programme is registered on the SAQA website as National Certificate: Bookkeeping NQF L3 (ID 58375). Its title with the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) is: Certified Junior Bookkeeper. All exams are set and marked internationally. ICB graduates are recognized by the International Association of Bookkeepers and the Southern African Institute of Business Accountants.
Grade 10 (Std 8) or equivalent and must be at least 16 years of age
Accounts Clerk, Debtors Clerk, Creditors Clerk, Payroll Clerk and Bookkeeper to Trial Balance.
The qualification consists of 4 subjects/modules
1. Bookkeeping to Trail Balance
2. Computerised Bookkeeping (Pastel)
3. Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns (Pastel Payroll)
4. Business Literacy
A student may attend just one or more of the above modules as they are priced separately. Only after completion of all four modules is the qualification issued.
• This qualification is offered part-time over one year
• Two modules are covered per semester
Once you have completed the above qualification you can spend another year part time completing the
ICB: Certified Senior Bookkeeper (6 months) and then progress to the ICB: Certified Technical Financial Accountant (6 months).
4 Modules- This programme is offered at Fish Hoek Campus