ICB Bookkeeping Course Classroom Taught in London
This course starts from the basics and there are no pre-requisites.
This is all of the ICB Level II and Level III, which will take you through to becoming an Associate of the Institute of Bookkeeping.
This means that you gain the letter AICB after your name. This will prepare you for the three assessments at Level II which are Paper B1, B2 and B3. It will also prepare you for the Level III assessments which are BA4, BA5, BA6 and BA7. The price is discount in this package, compared to buying each item separately.
The course is delivered in a classroom format. You will attend tutorial at scheduled times during your course. This will be in a classroom format, during which many practical exercises are set for the student in assignments between classes. These practical exercises are essential to the learning process in bookkeeping and finance. ICB membership and ICB study booklets are included in the cost of the course.
Sage is the default package of this ICB course and is used in all computerised bookkeeping exercises. You can however request to use any computerised system to complete the training. The Sage student licence fee is included in the course fees.
To build a solid understanding bookkeeping and to prepare the student for ICB assessment in order to attain the AICB qualification
Students must be able to demonstrate their ability to understand and carry out the following functions:
All of the course syllabuses for the Papers in Level II and III are covered in the course, please see the outline below:
Paper B1 – Basic double-entry bookkeeping to trial balance
Paper B2 – Further double entry bookkeeping to trial balance
Paper B3 – Sage Computerised Bookkeeping
Paper BA4 – Reconciliations and final accounts of a sole trader:
Paper BA5 – final accounts of a partnership
Paper BA6 – final accounts of a not-for-profit organisation
Paper BA7 – Level III External Assessment
At the end of each course segment, you will take assessment online. These are open book and online assessment that can be taken at our centre or at your home. Only the final Paper BA7 must be taken at an exam centre.
Successful completion of the Level II Assessment will lead to the ICB awarding the Level II Certificate in Bookkeeping. You will gain the Affiliate of the ICB, AfICB, letters after your name.
Successful completion of the Level III Assessment will lead to the ICB awarding the Level III Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts. You will gain the Associate of the ICB, AICB, letters after your name.