ICB National Certificate Public Sector Accounting

The ICB National Certificate: Public Sector Accounting will help to equip you with the following skills and knowledge to become a professional in your field.

Course Summary

Award type:
ICB National Certificate
Accredited by:
QCTO
Duration:
16 Months
Entrance Requirement:
Grade 11

Please Note: The ICB National Certificate: Public Sector Accounting Course will soon be phased out.

 

You still have time until February 2022 to register and pass the exams. But, the last day to enrol for this programme is 31 March 2021. 

 

Looking for an alternative programme to enrol for? Why not try the N4 Financial Management ? It’s a better alternative and will prepare you for multiple careers in finance. After completing this course, you can get a national diploma with the relevant work experience. 

To be apply for the N4 Financial Programme, you need to have matric or an equivalent qualification. Alternatively, you could complete the first two levels of the ICB financial Accounting Course first. To apply for that, you can get started with grade 10 or 11. 

Subjects

This subject will prepare you properly for the business environment. Learn how to communicate effectively during meetings, and how to present yourself during presentations. It also touches on business writing, as well as verbal and non verbal communication in the workplace.

Get the proper knowledge with an introduction to business, bookkeeping and accounting. Learn the basic skills on tax, transactions, statements and individual debtor and creditors accounts.

This subject teaches you how to work in government and municipalities accounting. To promote productivity and high-quality financial statements and internal controls.

Having knowledge on computers is very important as an accounting professional. This subject will teach you how to work on Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as internet explorer and Microsoft Outlook.This subject will also teach you about general ledger, customer and supplier accounts, and how to deal with balances and journals. Also learn about processing and procedures while maintaining cash books and petty cash.

Learn all about the key principles of effective business communication, whether it’s written or spoken communication. This subject also deals with maths such as equations and fractions, that will help with your calculations.