ICB Bookkeeping Courses are offered by Souters in a Classroom format and in a Distance Learning format. In both styles of learning, you will have an experienced and qualified Accountant teaching or supporting you. Our Training Centre boasts a very high pass rate of students who have taken exams with us.
The ICB Qualification is divided into three levels; Level II, Level III and Level IV.
|Level 2 certificate in Bookkeeping||B1|
|3x online assessments||Affiliate (AflCB)|
|Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts||BA4|
|3x online assessments and 1x centre-based||Associate (AICB)|
|Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Bookkeeping and Accounts||ABA8|
|1x online assessment|
The beginner level is Level II, which has three assessments; Papers B1, B2 and B3.
To find out more taking all of these Papers in one course package, within a classroom environment, please CLICK HERE.
If you prefer to purchase each Paper’s course separately, you can do so. Paper B1 and B2 relate to the Manual Bookkeeping part of ICB Level II. To find out more about purchasing the Level II Manual Bookkeeping Course for Papers B1 and B2 together CLICK HERE, or to only purchase Paper B1 CLICK HERE.
Paper B3 is the Computerised Bookkeeping part of the ICB Level II. The exam to this courses can only be taken once that the Manual Bookkeeping Papers have been completed. CLICK HERE for information on this course. The default programme for this course is Sage.
Please contact our office if you need to know about payment options.
Level III Certficate in Bookkeeping is available by Distance and in a classroom environment. Please contact us for details of prices and packages on this level of course at firstname.lastname@example.org
Souters has provided courses to a wide range of students, from private individual through to large corporates. One of our clients enjoyed significant success booking a group of Client Accountants onto the Manual Bookkeeping Level II. All 17 of their students passed both Paper B1 and B2 on the first attempt. These successes enabled our client to successfully win a 2014 LUCA Award. Here is a picture of our student winning the Award from HRH the Prince of Kent.
There are clear benefits to learning from a tutor, however, it can be more economical to opt for the distance learning option. If you would like to take the ICB qualification by distance learning this is possible and you will be supported remotely by the same tutors that teach the live courses.
If you would prefer to study by distance learning PLEASE CLICK HERE.
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