ICB Short Course: Junior Bookkeeper – Bookkeeping to Trial Balance
|College:||The Learning Group|
|Course:||Junior Bookkeeper – Bookkeeping to Trial Balance|
|School:||Bookkeeping and Accounting Studies|
|Programme Type:||ICB – The Learning Group Short Course|
|Partner Institute:||ICB – The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers|
|Award Issued by:|
|Accredited by:||Your Unit Standard Certificates will be accredited by FASSET|
|SAQA ID:||This short course is based on part of the SAQA Qualification “Further Education and Training Certificate: Bookkeeping”, SAQA ID 58375|
|NQF Level:||This short course is based on part of a SAQA Qualification that has an NQF Level of 04|
|Course Duration:||7 – 9 months|
|Entrance Criteria:||You Should be competent in: |
What is Junior Bookkeeper – Bookkeeping to Trial Balance?
This course is a skills programme that introduces the student to:
• Source documents,
• The rules of double entry,
• Subsidiary journals,
• The general ledger,
• Bookkeeping for different inventory systems and
• Bank and creditors reconciliations
You should be competent in:
• Grade 10 level Communication
• Grade 10 level Mathematical Literacy
• You should have a good understanding of bookkeeping
Recommended 7 – 9 months of study
In order to complete the Junior Bookkeeper – Bookkeeping to Trial Balance, students will have to complete the following subjects:
Learning Module 1: An Introduction to business, bookkeeping and accounting
Learning Module 2: Value Added Tax and source document
Learning Module 3: Recording cash transaction
Learning Module 4: Recording credit and sundry transactions
Learning Module 5: Inventory systems
Learning Module 6: Individual accounts for debtors and creditors
Learning Module 7: The bank reconciliation process
Learning Module 8: Reconciling supplier statements
Assessment and Award
For this particular course, you will have to successfully complete and submit assignments prescribed by The Learning Group. Once you have successfully completed the necessary assignments prescribed by The Learning Group, you will be awarded with a Short Course Certificate from The Learning Group.
Also, once you have successfully completed the necessary assignments prescribed by The Learning Group 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
The Learning Group will help you every step of the way with this.
Upon successful completion of your exams, the ICB will certify you with a Statement of Competence showing the respective Unit Standards which you have completed and FASSET will award you with a Unit Standard Certificate for any Unit Standards that you successfully complete.
Please note that this programme is accredited by FASSET.