International Association of Bookkeepers (IAB)

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International Association of Bookkeepers (IAB)

Who is this course for?

The International Association of Bookkeepers (IAB) qualifications are designed for those who already work in a Bookkeeping role or those looking for a change of career into Bookkeeping.

 

What are the entry requirements for the course?

No formal educational qualifications are required.

It is recommended if you have no prior knowledge or experience of Bookkeeping you enrol on the Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping course, and progress onto Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping and then Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping & Accounting.

 

How long is this course?

Level 1: 6 evening sessions once a week from 18:00 to 20:30

OR: 3 day time sessions held on Saturdays from 09:00 to 14:30

Level 2: 9 evening sessions once a week  from 18:00 to 20:30 + 1 Saturday revision session

Level 3: 16 evening sessions once a week from 18:00 to 20:30 + 1 Saturday revision session

 

Autumn Term 2018

Level 1 Award in Book-keepng (RQF) – x 3 Saturdays starting 6 October – course code – 1866IAB101

Level 1 Award in Book-keeping (RQF) – Thursday 8 November – course code – 1866IAB102

Level 2 Certificate in Book-keeping (RQF) – Wednesday 26 September – course code – 1866IAB201

Level 3 Certificate in Book-keeping & Accounting (RQF) – Thursday 15 November – course code 1866IABD01

Spring Term 2019

Level 2 Certificate in Book-keeping (RQF) – Tuesday 8 January – course code – TBC

CUT OFF FOR ENROLMENT 4 DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SESSION

 

What will I study on this course?

Find out full information on what you will study below:

 

What Qualification will I gain?

On successfully passing a Level 2 qualification you are eligible to apply to become an Associate of the IAB.

On successfully passing Level 3 exams you are eligible to apply to become a Member of the IAB.

For more information on membership please click here.

 

How is the course assessed?

IAB Level 1: One knowledge test and two online assignments.

IAB Level 2: Two knowledge tests, two online assignments and a final exam.

IAB level 3: One knowledge test, two online assignments and a final exam.

 

What does this course lead on to?

Qualifications are designed to equip candidates with the necessary knowledge and skills for a particular occupational role. 

 

How much will it cost?

Level 1 Award evening sessions full cost £251.00:  Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies £239.05.

Level 1 Award Saturday sessions full cost £256.00: Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies £243.81.

Level 2 Certificate full cost £348.00 – Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies £331.63.

Level 3 Certificate full cost £647.00:  Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies £616.49.

2019 costs

Level 2 Certificate full cost £357.00 – Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies £340.29

 

How can I find out more?

For further information please contact  608708 or email hp@highlands.ac.uk.

 

 

 

 
 

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