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The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) is an organisation that offers courses in the field of Business Management, Accounting, Bookkeeping & Office Administration.

These courses are designed to equip learners with the necessary skills to succeed in the business world. 

Bellview Institute of Distance Learning is accredited to offer ICB courses: 301089

 

Available ICB Courses

Why Should I Study An ICB Course?

Studying with ICB holds many benefits. Some of the benefits include:

  • Scarce skills: Each study stream offered by ICB is listed as a scarce skill. This means that your qualification will be in demand
  • Employment opportunities: Scarce skills mean that you will have more employment opportunities. ICB qualifications are also preferred by employers 
  • Job security: Scarce skills mean that your job is not going to be replaced by AI 
  • Work whilst you study: You can complete ICB qualifications via distance learning. That means that you can work and study at the same time

ICB Qualifications Are Recognised Internationally

The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) offers its courses through accredited educational institutions. They are an external examination body that attempts to equip students with credible business qualifications which are recognised internationally.

ICB Courses

This means that your qualification will remain valid and substantial no matter where you choose to further your career.

Our Accreditation

Bellview Institute of Distance Learning is accredited with the ICB who is the Quality Assurance Partner (QAP) for the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

View our Accreditation to offer ICB courses.

Our Accredited ICB Courses:

ICB: Business Management – 301089

ICB: Bookkeeping and Accounting – 301089

ICB Courses Distance Learning

 ICB: Office Administration – 301089

Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) Accreditation

Bellview Institute of Distance Learning Pty. Ltd. Accreditation Number: 301089

SAQA ID number: 48736
Qualification Title: National Certificate: Small Business Financial Management
Qualification Type: National Certificate
Originator: SGB GET & FET Business, Commerce and Management Studies
Course Credits: 120
NQF level 04

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

The qualifying learner will be able to:

  • Record business transactions and prepare statements
  • Calculate Value Added Tax (VAT) and prepare tax returns
  • Calculate gross pay and deductions 
  • Prepare IRP 5s as required by legislation
  • Interpret final accounts as per organisational requirements
  • Calculate the cost of products and distinguish between fixed and variable costs, carry out break-even analysis and calculate selling prices
  • Prepare a business plan and budget
  • Communicate effectively in the workplace

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Make organisational payments
  • Calculate Value Added Tax using VAT rules and rates
  • Calculate gross wages from time records
  • Make adjustments for stock evaluation, depreciation, and bad debts
  • Calculate the level of the working capital required in the business
  • Draw up financial business plans

SAQA ID number: 23619
Qualification Title: Higher Certificate: Office Administration
Qualification Type: National Higher Certificate
Originator: Institute of Administration and Commerce
Course Credits: 240
NQF level 05

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Economics
  • Human Resources Management
  • Labour Relations
  • Management
  • Law
  • Business and Office Administration

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Allocate overheads to calculate recovery rates
  • Use these rates to calculate recoveries, and know how to treat under- or over-recoveries
  • Prepare a budgeted income statement and balance sheet
  • Evaluate capital budgets
  • Identify revenue and cost curves to highlight marginal revenues and costs
  • Compute prices
  • Produce cash flow statements
  • Determine strengths and weaknesses in policy to prepare a more suitable policy
  • Calculate marginal cost of capital
  • Discuss the effects of financial leverage
  • Explain the different forms of available finance

SAQA ID number: 20366
Qualification Title: National Diploma: Financial Accounting
Qualification Type: Advanced Certificate
Originator: The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers Pty Ltd
Course Credits: 280
NQF level 06

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Competence in all areas of Financial Accounting
  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Understanding and applying tax regulations in the field of personal and business taxation
  • Understanding of the nature of law and the role of law within which an accountant operates
  • Competence in all areas of Financial Management
  • Demonstrates an understanding of internal and external auditing processes
  • Understanding of Information Systems in business
  • Demonstrates understanding of the key marketing and management theories, concepts, and techniques operating within business organisations
  • Understands and applies sound accounting theory and practice
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of Management Accounting control systems
  • Understanding of Financial Accounting on the Regulatory Framework
  • Knowledge of corporate strategy

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate:

  • Competence in the principles underlying Bookkeeping and Accounting
  • Cost and Management Accounting techniques operating within business organisations
  • Understanding the structure and operation of the taxation system
  • Explaining the operation of the Legal System about Common Law, Equity and Judicial Precedent, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Statute Law, Case Law, and EC Law
  • Making effective and relevant decisions in the area of Financial Management
  • An understanding of the principles of Auditing and the role of professional and legal bodies relating to the audit function
  • Applying key marketing and management theories
  • Skills in information selection, retrieval, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and criticism of Accountancy-related problems or issues

ICB Financial Accounting Courses

SAQA ID number: 58375
Qualification Title: National Certificate: Bookkeeping
Qualification Type: National Certificate
Originator: SGB HET Accountancy and Financial Management
Course Credits: 120
NQF level 03

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

The qualifying learner will be able to:

  • Administer credit purchase and credit sales transactions
  • Apply knowledge of income, receipts, payments, and expenses
  • Administer Value Added Tax (VAT) transactions
  • Complete reconciliation statements, general ledger accounts, and trial balances
  • Administer petty cash
  • Apply knowledge and understanding of personal taxation
  • Apply knowledge of business taxation
  • Record business financial transactions

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate:

  • Identify and solve problems by thinking and making responsible decisions
  • Work with others as a member of a team
  • Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly and effectively
  • Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate the performance
  • Communicate well using mathematical and language skills
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving situations do not exist in isolation
  • Benefit by full personal development, thus contributing to the social and economic development of South African society at large

SAQA ID number: 58376
Qualification Title: Further Education and Training Certificate: Bookkeeping
Qualification Type: Further Education and Training Certificate
Originator: SGB HET Accountancy and Financial Management
Course Credits: 130
NQF level 04

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

The qualifying learner will be able to:

  • Finalise and interpret accounts
  • Interpret and draft financial statements
  • Maintain financial records and prepare general ledger accounts
  • Calculate and record Value Added Tax transactions and complete VAT returns
  • Establish, maintain and use a computerised bookkeeping system

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Identify and solve problems by thinking and making responsible decisions
  • Work with others as a member of a team
  • Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly and effectively
  • Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate the performance
  • Communicate well using mathematical and language skills
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving situations do not exist in isolation
  • Benefit by full personal development, thus contributing to the social and economic development of South African society at large

SAQA ID number: 36213
Qualification Title: National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting
Qualification Type: National Diploma
Originator: SGB HET Accountancy and Financial Management
Course Credits: 251
NQF level 05

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

The qualifying learner will be able to:

  • Process documents relating to goods and services supplied and received
  • Maintain records relating to capital acquisition and disposal
  • Input, store, and output data
  • Provide costing reports
  • Highlight trends in costs and make suggestions for the reduction of costs and adding value to the organisation
  • Prepare cost estimates for work activities and projects
  • Contribute to the planning and conducting of an audit
  • Classify and record Accounting and non-financial data.
  • Take responsibility for the management of cash and credit.
  • Perform tax computations, prepare returns for businesses and individuals and submit all required tax returns

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The learner who acquires this qualification should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Administer the estate of deceased persons
  • Assist with the winding up of an insolvent estate and the liquidation of a company within the context of financial management
  • Interpret statutes and the basic structures of the South African legal system within the context of the Accounting profession

SAQA ID number: 20366
Qualification Title: National Diploma: Financial Accounting
Qualification Type: Advanced Certificate
Originator: The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers Pty. Ltd.
Course Credits: 280
NQF level 06

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

The qualifying learner:

  • Has acquired knowledge of, and demonstrates competence in all areas of Financial Accounting
  • Demonstrates knowledge of, and competence in all areas of Cost and Management Accounting
  • Understands and applies tax regulations in the field of personal and business taxation
  • Demonstrates a sound understanding of the nature of law and an appreciation of the role of law within which an accountant operates
  • Has acquired knowledge of, and demonstrates competence in all areas of financial management
  • Demonstrates an understanding of Internal and External Auditing processes
  • Has acquired an understanding of Information Systems in business
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the key marketing and management theories, concepts, and techniques operating within business organisations
  • Understands and applies sound Accounting theory and practice
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of Management Accounting Control systems
  • Has acquired an understanding of Financial Accounting in respect of the Regulatory Framework
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of corporate strategy

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The qualifying learner:

  • Understands and demonstrates competence in the principles, concepts, and conventions underlying Bookkeeping and Accounting
  • Understands and demonstrates the Cost and Management Accounting concepts and techniques operating within business organisations, including the internal management of a business within a changing environment
  • Understands the structure and operation of the system of taxation within his/her own country
  • Can explain the operation of the Legal System concerning Common Law, Equity and Judicial Precedent, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Statute Law, Case Law, and EC Law
  • Is competent in making effective and relevant decisions in the area of Financial Management
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the principles of Internal and External Auditing and the role of professional and legal bodies relating to the audit function
  • Applies the key marketing and management theories, concepts, and techniques to diagnose, analyse, resolve and understand the nature of management and marketing problems
  • Has developed skills in information selection, retrieval, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and criticism of Accountancy-related problems or issues
  • Displays knowledge and understanding of the application of Management Accounting control and decision-making techniques, which enables him/her to communicate more effectively as an Accountant
  • Displays a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Financial Accounting concerning the Regulatory Framework and its application to financial reporting
  • Has acquired knowledge of the principle concepts and models used in the Strategic Management process and understands their contribution to improving business performance

ICB Office Administration Courses

SAQA ID number: 23618
Qualification Title: Certificate: Office Administration
Qualification Type: National Certificate
Originator: Institute of Administration and Commerce
Course Credits: 120
NQF level 05

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Administrative Practice
  • Business and Office Administration
  • Financial Accounting
  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Marketing

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

The qualifying learner will:

  • Understand, identify and apply concepts of communication theory
  • Understand the background and context of communication
  • Explain how corporate personalities make use of individuals to think and act for them
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the role and function of a secretary in the organisation
  • Apply fundamental accounting equations
  • Identify and understand the basic concepts of Cost and Management Accounting
  • Demonstrate the ability to allocate and apportion overheads to calculate rates of recovery
  • Explain the nature of the marketing process

SAQA ID number: 23619
Qualification Title: Higher Certificate: Office Administration
Qualification Type: National Higher Certificate
Originator: Institute of Administration and Commerce
Course Credits: 240
NQF level 05

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Cost and Management Accounting
  • Economics
  • Human Resources Management
  • Labour Relations
  • Management
  • Law
  • Business and Office Administration

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate the ability to allocate and apportion overheads to calculate rates of recovery
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the economic problem
  • Describe various organisational structures and discuss their respective merits and demerits
  • Demonstrate a sound appreciation of organisational and functional relationships in an organisation
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the background and development of industrial relations in South Africa
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the interaction and processes within the labour relationship
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the personnel function as it affects the role of the supervisor
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the nature, sources, and classification of the law.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of ergonomics and its contribution to conducive working conditions

SAQA ID number: 35958
Qualification Title: Diploma: Office Administration
Qualification Type: National Diploma
Originator: Institute of Administration and Commerce
Course Credits: 360
NQF level 06

Instructional Offering/Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Administrative Practice
  • Human Resources Management
  • Public Relations
  • Management
  • Law
  • Business and Office Administration

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the framework for the preparation and presentation of financial statements
  • Form and administer a close corporation
  • Demonstrate detailed knowledge of the Companies Act, the Close Corporations Act, and the Insider Trading Act
  • Explain the meaning and nature of Organisational Behaviour
  • Plan a public relations programme for any given situation. This implies being able not only to interpret case material reasonably accurately but also being able to show the reasoned and systematic application of principles and techniques in solving the communication problem inherent in the material presented
  • Demonstrate an understanding of how management theories have developed
  • Explain, using practical, work-related examples, aspects of the marketing process, and the integrated marketing strategy in an organisation
  • Effectively and efficiently use all available resources to maximise the organisation`s survivability, growth (future expansion), profitability
  • Demonstrate an understanding of management functions and organisational structure

Bellview Institute of Distance Learning has been awarded a distance learning Exam Number by the DHET Exams division: 01999921101199995016

What are ICB Courses?

The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) is an Independent External Examination Body for Accredited Business Qualification in South Africa. They provide fundamental educational courses in business-related qualifications.

Each of these ICB programmes consists of three to five different levels. Depending on the programme, you can start with an NQF level 4 course and work your way through to an NQF level 6 course. An NQF level 6 qualification is a National Diploma.

What Will I Learn?

As each of the ICB courses branches off into their specific directions, you will learn skills in management, accounting, and administration depending on your course. 

This includes theoretical and practical education that will help you improve upon your:

  • Management skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Strategic planning
  • Leadership
  • Flexibility
  • Communication skills.
ICB Courses

These skills are necessary within a business environment.

Our ICB Courses

ICB offers 3 main study streams that consist of several different courses.

ICB Business Management

Business Management is made up of three courses. A foundation level, an intermediate level, and an advanced level course.

Business Management Courses

Entry Requirements

To start the foundation level course in ICB Business Management, you need to have a grade 11 or an equivalent qualification.

Subjects

You will cover the following subjects during your Business Management programme:

ICB Courses Distance Learning
National Certificate in Small Business Financial Management
  • Introduction to Business English 
  • Business Management 1 (BMT1)
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
Higher Certificate in Office Administration
  • Office and Legal Practice (OLPR)
  • Business Management 2 (BMT2) 
  • Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (HRLR)
National Diploma in Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Business English 
  • Business Management 1 (BMT1)
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Office and Legal Practice (OLPR)
  • Business Management 2 (BMT2)
  • Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (HRLR)
  • Business Management 3 (BMT3)
  • Financial Management and Control (FMCL)
  • Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks (FRRF)
  • Research Theory and Practice (by short dissertation, topic: Business Management) (RTAP)

Course Duration

The entire Business Management programme takes 36 months to complete.

Award Type

After completing the entirety of the Business Management course, you will have a National Higher Certificate and a Programme Completion Certificate (NQF level 6).

ICB Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting is a career path for those who are good with numbers and finances.

Financial Accounting Courses

Entry Requirements

To apply for the foundation level of this study stream, you need a grade 10 or equivalent qualification.

Subjects

You will cover the following subjects during your Financial Accounting course:

National Certificate in Bookkeeping
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns (PMSR)
  • Computerised Bookkeeping (CPBK)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
ICB Courses
FET Certificate in Bookkeeping
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns (PMSR)
  • Computerised Bookkeeping (CPBK)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
National Diploma in Technical Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns (PMSR)
  • Computerised Bookkeeping (CPBK)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
  • Income Tax Returns (ITRT)
  • Business Law and Accounting Control (BLAC)
National Diploma in Certified Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns (PMSR)
  • Computerised Bookkeeping (CPBK)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
  • Income Tax Returns (ITRT)
  • Business Law and Accounting Control (BLAC)
  • Corporate Strategy (CRPS)
  • Management Accounting Control Systems (MACS)
  • Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks (FRRF)
  • Research Theory and Practice (in the short dissertation; topic: financial accounting) (RTAP)

Course Duration

To obtain your National Diploma in Certified Financial Accounting (NQF level 6), you will complete your studies overpayment of 36 months.

Award Type

After completing the entire Financial Accounting programme, you will receive a National Diploma: Certified Financial Accounting (NQF level 6).

ICB Office Administration

Office Administration is made up of foundation, intermediate and advanced level courses.

Office Administration Courses

Entry Requirements

To begin the foundation level course in ICB Office Administration, you need to have a matric certificate or equivalent.

Subjects

You will cover the following subjects during your Office Administration course:

National Certificate in Office Administration
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Business and Office Administration 1 (BOA1)
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
  • Business Law and Administrative Practice (BLAP)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
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Higher Certificate in Office Administration
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Business and Office Administration 1 (BOA1)
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
  • Business Law and Administrative Practice (BLAP)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
  • Business and Office Administration 2 (BOA2) 
  • Human Resource Management and Labour Relations (HRLR)
  • Economics (ECS)
Diploma in Office Administration
  • Introduction to Business English
  • Business and Office Administration 1 (BOA1)
  • Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)
  • Business Literacy (BUSL)
  • Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
  • Business Law and Administrative Practice (BLAP)
  • Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
  • Business and Office Administration 2 (BOA2) 
  • Human Resource Management and Labour Relations (HRLR)
  • Economics (ECS)
  • Business and Office Administration 3 (BOA3) 
  • Financial Statements (FNST)
  • Management (MGMT)

Course Duration

The entire Office Administration programme takes 36 months to complete.

Award Type

After completing your Office Administration programme, you will receive your National Diploma: Office Administration (NQF level 6).

Career Opportunities

ICB Business Management

With a Business Management qualification, you will be able to pursue the following careers:

Business Analyst

Business Analysts work with organisations to efficiently improve their systems and processes. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Business Analyst include:

  • Conducting research and analysis to determine possible solutions for problems within the business
  • Introducing new and improved systems to the business and clients
  • Suggesting better business systems to prevent future issues within the business
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What Is The Salary For A Business Analyst?

The average monthly salary for a Business Analyst is R 39 700 which adds up to an average yearly salary of R 476 400.

Human Resource Manager

Human Resource Managers are involved in leading and directing routine functions within the Human Resources department.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Human Resource Manager include:

  • Hiring and interviewing staff
  • Administering pay, leave, and employee benefits
  • Overseeing the daily workflow of the department
  • Providing constructive performance evaluations
What Is The Salary For A Human Resource Manager?

The average monthly salary for a Human Resource Management is R 48 800, which adds up to an average yearly salary of R 585 600.

Payroll Administrator

Payroll Administrators handle the duties related to payroll within a company. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Payroll Administrator include:

  • Making sure that employees have put in the expected work hours
  • Calculating wages and salaries
  • Deducting tax payments
  • Keeping track of bank records
What Is The Salary For A Payroll Administrator?

The average monthly salary for a Payroll Administrator is R 32 200, which adds up to R 386 400 per year.

Sales Manager

Sales Managers are responsible for taking care of the sales, revenues, and expenses of a business.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Sales Manager include:

  • Developing business plans to meet sales goals
  • Setting targets in the sales team
  • Tracking sales and goals
  • Reporting results of sales plans
What Is The Salary For A Sales Manager?

Sales Managers receive an average monthly salary of R 57 400. This amounts to R 688 800 per year.

Marketing Manager

Marketing Managers take care of the promotion and positioning of a business’ brand. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Marketing Management include:

  • Designing marketing campaigns
  • Launching new products and services
  • Creating marketing plans
  • Evaluating potential products
What Is The Salary For A Marketing Manager?

Marketing Managers earn an average monthly salary of R 57 400. This equates to R 688 800 per year.

ICB Financial Accounting

With a Financial Accountant qualification, you will be able to pursue the following careers:

Financial Accountant

Financial Accountants are tasked to run the financial and accounting activities of a business.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Financial Accountant include:

  • Creating tax reports
  • Processing inventory
  • Examining financial records to determine their accuracy
  • Advising estimates for the funding of projects
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What Is The Salary For A Financial Accountant?

The average monthly salary for a Financial Accountant is R 21 900. This amounts to a yearly salary of about R 262 800.

Tax Consultant

Tax Consultants help businesses to make more informed decisions regarding tax-related issues. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Tax Consultant include:

  • Preparing tax returns
  • Giving relevant tax-related information to clients
  • Communicating tax rules and regulations within the business
  • Determining taxes owed
What Is The Salary For A Tax Consultant?

The average monthly salary for a Tax Consultant is about R 34 200 or R 410 400 per year.

Management Accountant

Management Accountants run the accounting tasks required to operate a business.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Management Accountant include:

  • Organizing financial tasks
  • Developing and structuring budgets
  • Monitoring costs and revenue trends
  • Strategic planning and resource allocation recommendations
What Is The Salary For A Management Accountant?

The average monthly payment for a Management Accountant is R 25 500. This amounts to R 306 000 per year.

Financial Controller

Financial Controllers oversee the accounting functions within a company. They mostly ensure that accounting records are kept up to date and that they meet the company standards.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Financial Controller include:

  • Developing financial strategies
  • Financial analysis for reporting
  • Cash flow management
  • Budget consolidation
What Is The Salary For A Financial Controller?

The average salary of a Financial Controller is R 35 100 per month or R 421 200 per year.

Financial Analyst

Financial Analysts keep track of the financial plans of a company.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Financial Analyst are:

  • Analysing financial data and performance
  • Preparing analysis reports
  • Evaluating profit plans
  • Searching for investment opportunities
What Is The Salary For A Financial Analyst?

Financial Analysts earn an average monthly salary of R 39 900. This amounts to R 478 800 per year.

ICB Office Administration

With an Office Administration qualification, you will be able to pursue the following careers:

Marketing Administrator

Marketing Administrators promote companies and their products to increase customer awareness of the business. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Marketing Administrator include:

  • Conducting market research
  • Implementing suitable marketing strategies
  • Communicating the virtues of the brand
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What Is The Salary For A Marketing Administrator?

The average monthly payment for a Marketing Administrator is around R 57 400 per month which amounts to R 688 800 per year.

Human Resource Administrator

Human Resource Administrators support the Human Resource department in acting as a point of contact for employees. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Human Resource Administrator include:

  • Organising and maintaining personnel records
  • Updating the Human Resources database
  • Preparing Human Resource related documents
What Is The Salary For A Human Resource Administrator?

The average monthly pay for a Human Resource Administrator is R 29 500. This adds up to about R 354 000 per year.

Office Manager

Office Managers ensure the efficient functioning of an office. 

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of an Office Manager include:

  • Organising meetings and conferences
  • Managing databases
  • Organising instruction processes for new employees
What Is The Salary For An Office Manager?

The average monthly payment for an Office Manager is R 27 600 or R 331 200 per year.

Debtors Clerk

Debtors Clerks are in charge of getting and updating customer account records.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Debtors Clerk include:

  • Keeping records on amounts paid and owed
  • Calculating interest on overdue accounts
  • Preparing bank statements
What Is The Salary For A Debtors Clerk?

The average monthly salary of a Debtors Clerk is R 16 000 which amounts to R 192 000 per year.

Receptionist

Receptionists act as the first point of contact between those inside of the business and those outside of it. They mostly do administrative and organisational tasks.

Roles And Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Receptionist are:

  • Greeting clients
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Organising and updating records
  • Taking phone calls
What Is The Salary For A Receptionist?

The average monthly salary of a Receptionist is R 15 300 per month. This adds up to R 183 600 per year.

Benefits Of Studying At Bellview Institute Of Distance Learning

You can study an ICB course at Bellview Institute of Distance Learning. There are many benefits to studying with Bellview, such as:

  • Continuous support: Bellview staff will assist you as accurately as possible to offer support. Queries are answered within a 24 hour period
  • Quick delivery: When registering with us, we take care of everything else. We organise your course material which will arrive within 5 days
  • Receive your marks quickly: Assessments are marked as soon as possible and feedback becomes available within 24 hours of your submission
  • Register at any time: You can register for our courses at any time of the year. This means that you can wait until you are ready to study or register immediately
  • Study groups: You will have access to study groups on the Together We Pass platform during your studies. Students can interact with each other here, share tips and give additional support
  • Different application options: Everyone has different needs, therefore we have multiple ways for you to reach us. You can call our landline (0800 39 00 27) or speak directly to one of our course experts to choose the right course. You can also choose to simply apply online
ICB Courses

Why Choose To Study An ICB Course Via Distance Learning

Distance learning is one of the best ways to complete your studies and further your career. With Bellview, you can expect to experience the following benefits of distance learning:

  • Work conveniently: Distance learning has no physical classes so you can complete your studies wherever it suits you
  • Fewer transport costs: With no need for traveling to classes, you will save money on transport
  • Work at your own pace: As long as you complete your work before your exams, you can decide when you wish to study your coursework
  • Work and study: Since you have the opportunity to choose when you study, you can choose to work and study. This means you can further your studies and have an income 
  • Save money: With no physical classes, your learning expenses will be much less expensive
ICB Courses Distance Learning

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are ICB Courses?

ICB courses are accredited courses in the line of management, accounting, and administration.

Are ICB Courses Accredited?

Yes, ICB courses are accredited and recognised internationally. This means that you will have a legitimate qualification that is valid worldwide.

Is Bookkeeping A Dying Profession?

Despite the digitalisation of many careers, bookkeeping is one of the professions that cannot be completed accurately by Artificial Intelligence alone. This means that bookkeeping is a secure job and not a dying profession.

Does UNISA Recognise ICB Qualifications?

Like most learning institutions, UNISA does not give automatic credits for ICB subjects. 
If you have obtained your level 6 qualification in any ICB stream, you will be able to apply to UNISA and if your marks are satisfactory, you could have the opportunity to study with them.

Is ICB Recognised In South Africa?

Yes, all ICB qualifications are registered on the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF). They are also accredited internationally so that they can be applied all over the world.


Author: Karla Nortier
Editor: Sanel Van Staden