Want to work in finance in government or municipalities? This is the course for you!

This programme has been designed to address the lack of skills in the public sector and give learners knowledge that will help government run more productively. You’ll learn how to produce high quality financial statements, implement basic internal controls, conduct effective internal auditing, and apply sound accounting and financial principles.

Complete the first four subjects - ICB Public Sector Accounting: Foundation Level - and you’ll get your first qualification (National Certificate: Public Sector Accounting). Progress through the programme’s Intermediate and Advanced levels to keep building your skill set and increase your employability.

This programme is ideal if you are:

  • Considering a job in the public sector
  • Already working in government and want to switch to finance or improve your financial skills
  • Interested in helping your local government/municipality run smoothly
  • Keen to serve your community
  • Known to have a good head for numbers.


Frequently Asked Questions

The ICB is a Quality Assurance Partner (QAP) of the Sector Education and Training Authority for Finance, Accounting, Management Consulting and other Financial Services (FASSET SETA). The ICB is an external assessment (examining) body for many of the business qualifications that FASSET awards)
Milpark is offering tuition, thus your studies are done through Milpark but the assessments through the ICB. The qualification is examined and certified by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB). In other words, this is an ICB qualification, not a Milpark College qualification.)
Yes, exam fees are excluded. Please note that there are a compulsory annual student registration fee that the ICB charges, over and above their assessment fee. In order to receive your portfolios of evidence or be registered for the exams, you must send your assessment entry form and annual student fee to the ICB. If you cancel your scheduled assessment, fees cannot be refunded.
No, it is your responsibility to complete the ICB assessment entry form and submit it to the ICB with your proof of payment for your exams. All learners will receive an email from the ICB to confirm their assessment entry