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AAT level 2 to ICB

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  • # 98723

Hi,

I would like to become an associate ICB bookkeeper. I am just completing me level 2 AAT accounting and I would like to know if AAT level 2 gives me any exemptions at this level. Also, are there any further ICB exams that I need to take before becoming an ICB associate. 

Thanks :)

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  • 56 posts
  • # 98735

Hi,

 

Verey well done on you Bookkeeping studies to date.

 

Best you contact the ICB fo get specific advice.

 

See also:

 

https://www.bookkeepers.org.uk/Membership/become-a-member/Join-by-exemption

 

Kind regards

 

Brian

 

 

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  • 48 posts
  • # 98751

Hi,

 

I am like you and have completed AAT level 2 before doing ICB.

 

 

AAT level 2 is the equivilant to ICB level 1 in my personal opinion, so you would need to take Level 2 before achieving Affiliate, and level 3 before achieving associate.  

 

I think you can get exemption, so speak to ICB about it to check for sure.  Maybe helpful to take a look at the syllabus -  http://www.bookkeepers.org.uk/Study--Qualifications/Current-Syllabuses/Level-I-Basic-Bookkeeping

 

hope this helps

 

Lisa

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