The ICS Diploma in Book-keeping and Accounts will take you from first principles to final accounts, giving an in-depth understanding of the subject. Whether you are hoping to make a fresh start in this field, or simply want to fine tune your existing skills, the ICS Diploma in Book-keeping and Accounts will let you learn-to-earn, without the burden of attending classes or quitting your job.
Introduction to Book-keeping and Accounts
Introduction to Finance
Accounting for Business Managers
Budgetary Control Systems
The great news is that you don't need any previous experience to take this course.
90 hours approx. For example: 7.5 hours per week to complete in 3 months, or 2 hours per week to complete in 12 months. Study as little or as much as you wish.
As an ICS student you will have your very own personal tutor helping you with your course work and with any questions you may have. Plus our team of Student Advisors are only a phone call away for all the practical advice you may need - so we really are with you 100%
This course includes a number of assessments that you complete as part of your coursework and then forward to your tutor. Once your tutor has marked and graded your work, they'll send it back to you with their comments, if any.
ICS Book-keeping and Accounts Diploma
What our students say
"The ICS Book-keeping course is everything I wanted. I've worked as a book-keeper for a while, but I wanted to get a proper qualification to prove to myself I could do it. I've been very satisfied with the service I've received - in particular my tutor has been very helpful in giving me feedback and advice. I would recommend ICS." Susan Hart
The Book-keeping function is at the core of every commercial, charitable or government enterprise in the economy. Which means that the career possibilities for anyone possessing these vital skills are truly vast.
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An ICS study pack which contains a document wallet, sticky notes, ball pen and highlighter and ruler to help you get started.
There is no specific recommended reading for this course, but you may wish to read widely around your subject to enhance your knowledge as you progress.