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    nev
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    I’m wondering what is the difference is between an Affiliate Member and an Associate Member
    What can one do that the other cant or is it just a status.

    Can both levels work as a book keeper.

    Affiliate Member requires Cert III
    and an Associate Member requires Cert IV plus some experiance?

    Local Tafe told me Cert III was higher than Cert IV ??

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    nev
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    Can someone help us with this??

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    Have you looked at the membership page for the Institute? It explains the different levels. Cert IV is higher than III.

    You could also contact them to find out more. Cheers. -K


    See link below
    http://www.icb.org.au/Membership/Membership_Structure

    Associate Member
    *A person with at least one years proven experience in actual bookkeeping work together with proven competencies (by ICB assessment level 1 & 2 or references in ICB format from two qualified accountants) or Cert IV course in bookkeeping or similar along with evidence of two years experience actual bookkeeping work, would qualify for admission as an Associate Member.

    Affiliate Member
    *A person with no actual bookkeeping experience but has undertaken a Cert III course in bookkeeping or similar is eligible for this level. Successful completion of the Level 1 ICB Entrance assessment would also qualify for admission as an affiliate.

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    nev
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    Thanks Karen
    I did look at that website the problem in a lot of the links on that page don’t work.
    And they Don’t return emails

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