SACOB’s Bursary 2014

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SACOB’s Bursary Initiative: 

67-sacobWin a bursary worth R20 000! Each bursary offered is for the full ICB Junior Bookkeeper National Certificate consisting of 4 skills programmes to be completed in 2013, they are: Bookkeeping to Trial Balance, Business Literacy, Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns and Computerised Bookkeeping.

The South African College of Business (SACOB) is gearing up for the festive season by giving away bursaries for the full ICB Junior Bookkeeper National Certificate (SAQA ID: 58375) to lucky matriculating students. Valued at approximately R20 000, each bursary consists of four skills programmes: Bookkeeping to Trial Balance, Business Literacy, Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns and Computerised Bookkeeping. The job market is a notoriously tough nut to crack and a matric qualification alone is no longer sufficient to gain access to the working world. SACOB’s intention with this initiative, which is aimed specifically at school leavers, is to offer South Africa’s next generation workforce a golden opportunity at a time when they need it most.

Terms and Conditions: 

 The Bursary is for the full ICB Junior Bookkeeping Qualification, consisting of 4 skills programmes (Bookkeeping to Trial Balance, Business Literacy, Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns and Computerised Bookkeeping) and is not transferable for cash

 Includes full access to the 2013 Online Classroom and all study material as well as ICB 2013 membership fees and one assessment entry per course

 Excludes re-writes and ICB membership fees for 2014 onwards

 Valid for the Online Classroom for the period of 18 February 2013 to 14th November 2013

 Have to be 16 years or older

 Completed matric in 2012

 Must have access to a computer and the internet

 Must participate in the forums and post questions on the Student Support Centre

 Must connect to SACOB via our social media platforms ie. ‘like’ SACOB on our facebook page and follow us on Twitter

 Bursaries are awarded at the discretion of the College or Media Partner

 Your details may be used for publicity or promotional material