The following payment plans are suitable for all modules and courses. Payment plans for our Bookkeeping courses can be found below.
Bookkeeping Instalment Plans
Receiving your course material on CD-ROM is our most popular method (this gives students portability - some even take their CD’s with them on holidays!). The course material may also be copied and saved to a USB stick, as well as downloading, printing and binding the lessons into a folder for you to organise. CD’s are also an excellent choice for people who have a computer but do not have internet access or have a slow connection.
Online students require a reliable internet connection. Our Student Study Zone allows you to view all of your course material online, anywhere in the world. Students can watch videos, read notes and study illustrations on the computer screen then complete self assessment quizzes to gauge their learning.
Course material may be supplied in a printed format. Students work through notes, practical tasks and assignments. The student is guided by a printed study guide and accompanying materials as well as advice and feedback from tutors. Assignments are submitted to tutors for grading and feedback, and exams can be taken anywhere in the world.
Recommended Sequence of ICB Courses
1. Basic Bookkeeping – Compulsory
2. Level II - Manual Bookkeeping
3. Level II - Computerised Bookkeeping
After successfully passing the three (3) examinations at the above levels you are entitled to apply for Associate Membership of the ICB under their new regulations and have the initial AICB after your name. Also, at this level you are then qualified to start your own bookkeeping business (if that is your goal) – in this instance you will need to apply for the ICB's Practising Certificate.
4. Level III - Diploma in Payroll Management
5. Level III - Diploma in Manual Bookkeeping BBS310
6. Level III - Diploma in Computerised Bookkeeping
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Anatomy II (Human) BSC112 (Pre-Medical Program)
Topics covered include surface anatomy, regional and systemic anatomy and radiographic anatomy, plus cytology. This course assumes a basic understanding of anatomy, and is an ideal follow on from Human Anatomy and Physiology BSC101.
Please Note: This course (module) may be undertaken as a stand alone course for the fee of £325. However, this is only possible if the student is NOT enrolling on the Diploma in Medical Science Program. If you wish to use this module at a later date to form part of the Diploma in Medical Science, then the remainder of the £600 tuition fee would have to be paid.
Course Structure: Anatomy II (Human) BSC112
CMA Accredited Course
- Systemic Anatomy
- Regional Anatomy
- Radiographic Anatomy
What you will be doing during this Course
- Describe the importance of the following structures of the eye: eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows.
- What structures form the oral cavity? Briefly describe their importance.
- Using the internet or other reference material, outline and describe otitis media and its causes.
- Besides the eyes, ear, and mouth - what other structures can be studied without a microscope? List at least ten.
- Using the internet or other reference material, describe the three basic functions of the nervous system that are necessary to maintain homeostasis.
- Using reference materials or the internet, distinguish between grey and white matter and describe where they are found and their differences.
- Using the internet or other reference material define the following: resting membrane potential, depolarization, repolarization, polarized membrane, nerve impulse, depolarized membrane, repolarized membrane, and refractory period.
- List and describe the structure of the four principle parts of the brain.
- Compare and contrast neurons and neuroglia, describing both structure and function
- List the names and locations of the principal body cavities and their major organs.
- List the names and locations of the abdominopelvic quadrants and regions.
- In which quadrant would you feel the pain from appendicitis? From an inflamed liver or gallbladder problems? Problems with the sigmoid colon? Problems with the spleen?
- Using the internet or other reference materials find a sample image of the listed medical imaging techniques
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the Academy, marked by the Academy's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.