ICB Short Course: Junior Bookkeeper – Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns

Course Information

College: Skills Academy
Course: Junior Bookkeeper – Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns
School: Business School
Programme Type: ICB Short Course
Partner Institute: ICB – The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
Award Type:

Short Course Certificate from Skills Academy

A Statement of Competence from the ICB showing the Unit Standards that you have completed (If you submit your POE to the ICB and if you successfully pass your exams that you must write with the ICB)

A Unit Standard Certificate from FASSET for any Unit Standards that you have completed (If you submit your POE to the ICB and if you successfully pass your exams that you must write with the ICB)

Award Issued by:

Skills Academy

The ICB (If you submit your POE to the ICB and if you successfully pass your exams that you must write with the ICB)

FASSET (If you submit your POE to the ICB and if you successfully pass your exams that you must write with the ICB)

Accredited by: Your Unit Standard Certificates will be accredited by FASSET
SAQA ID: This short course is based on part of the SAQA Qualification “National Certificate: Bookkeeping”, SAQA ID 58375
NQF Level: This short course is based on part of a SAQA Qualification that has an NQF Level of 03
Course Duration: 5 months
Entrance Criteria:

No prior accounting knowledge needed.

  • Grade 10 AND
  • Learners must be 16 years of age AND
  • The ability to read and write in English

Payroll and monthly Sars returnsWhy should I study Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns?

This skills programme will revise the manual monthly bookkeeping function. It will introduce learners to payroll and the Basic Conditions of Employment Act as well as basic business ethics. Learners will be able to complete the payroll function from the bookkeeping perspective. A learner will be able to complete the SARS payroll returns (EMP201, IRP 5, IT3a, IRP501). Learners will also be able to complete the VAT201 return.

How will this course be structured?

In order to complete the Junior Bookkeeping Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns course, students will have to complete all the following subjects:

  • Organise, implement, monitor and work with in payroll
  • Learning Module 1: Basic Bookkeeping and VAT
  • Learning Module 2: Plan, Learning
  • Learning Module 3: Record and validate input variations on employees records
  • Learning Module 4: Basic conditions of employees
  • Learning Module 5: Statuary registrations
  • Learning Module 6: Complete PAYE documents
  • Learning Module 7: Accounting for Payroll
  • Learning Module 8: Computerised Payroll
  • Learning Module 9: Monthly SARS return and e-filing
  • Learning Module 10: Ethics and the registered tax practitioner

How will I be assessed?

Once you have successfully completed the necessary assignments prescribed by

Skills Academy, you will have to successfully pass exams with the ICB.

In order to write exams with the ICB you will have to:

  • Apply to the ICB and register with them to write their exams
  • Submit a Portfolio of Evidence to the ICB on the day of your exams

How long is the course?

5 months

What certificate will I get?

You will be awarded with a Short Course Certificate from Skills Academy.  You will also be issued by the ICB with a Statement of Competence showing the respective Unit Standards that you have completed. FASSET will award you with a Unit Standard Certificate for any Unit Standards that you have completed.

As Skills Academy values education and cares about our students, your completion award will be sent to you via courier so that you receive it as soon as possible and without any delays.

When can I start?

You can start right now! Fill in the form below and a friendly Student Consultant will contact you to ensure this is the right course for you.

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Last updated: December 13th 2017

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