At Applied Education, our course content is developed in consultation with industry partners and professional bodies such as the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.
As part of your enrolment in a Bookkeeping & Accounting Course such as the Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping, you will receive a complimentary student membership to the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB).
Please note that this complimentary membership offer can only be claimed once.
"To provide bookkeepers with the co-operative forum to be the best they can be. We’re about bookkeepers: Recognition & Education."
– ICB Vision
The ICB aims to bring certainty to the bookkeeper industry and all involved and affected by it. By setting standards for the bookkeeping industry, they provide answers to major questions such as:
- What does a bookkeeper do?
- How skilled is this bookkeeper?
- How do I prove my bookkeeping skills?
- How do I improve my own bookkeeping skills?
- How do I do bookkeeping better?
- What are the benefits of being part of a bookkeeper professional association?
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers student membership includes:
- Bookkeeper tools and resources
- Website accessed resources for students
- Newsletter for bookkeepers: Specifically designed to guide you in your bookkeeper world
- Urgent relevant updates emailed to all members as they happen
- Regional network meetings: Operating monthly with an increasing number of locations and systemised resources and content for discussion
- Professional indemnity insurance designed for bookkeepers (prices relevant to the bookkeeper business)
- Bookkeeping knowledge-based assessments
- Bookkeeper task-based competency assessments
- Special skill self assessment: Online assessments, to test what you do and do not know
Applied Education encourages students to complete their ICB membership after they enrol with Applied Education using the enrolment form we provide students. The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers is one of the best resources available for bookkeepers so spend some time exploring their website and reading their past newsletters, accessing ICB member only resources and forms.
Further details and the Application for Student Membership will be emailed to you upon enrolment.