ICB – The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers

History The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers is a Professional Body that has existed since 1931. In South Africa the roles of professional bodies use to combine both Professional Membership as well as Education and Training. However, educational regulations and laws...

ICB Exams and Assessments

Before we go into the details of the ICB exams, you first need to understand what the difference is between an Exam, an Assessment and a Portfolio of Evidence. You need to understand the “language” of your ICB exams. Exams An exam means that you sit down, at a time...

Study without Matric in South Africa

Things may seem hopeless when you fail matric, but resigning yourself to failure is the only way to guarantee a lack of success. Sticking with it and working hard to turn things around is likely to pay off. Failing matric does not mean the end of the world. There are...

What is Recognition of Prior Learning?

Recognition of Prior Learning is a term you hear more and more these days so what does it mean? Recognition of Prior Learning otherwise known as RPL is a process of identifying your knowledge and skills against a qualification through the identification, mediation,...

Introduction to Crime and the Role of Forensics

The Centre of the study of Violence and Reconciliation was contacted by the South African government to carry out a study on the nature of crime in South Africa. The study concluded with results which shows the country is exposed to high levels of violence as a result...