Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
Welcome to the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers examinations delivered through Pearson VUE centres.
The Institute’s Level II and III manual examinations are booked here. If you are eligible to complete one of these examinations your account has already been set up — do not create a new web account.
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If your course provider is paying for your examination on your behalf, you will need to contact your course provider to obtain a voucher code.
The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers was established to provide a series of professional qualifications that reflects the needs of business and the aspirations of people wanting to enter the profession. It exists to represent bookkeepers at all levels and to promote the professionalism of bookkeepers to business, government and the general public.
Becoming a member of the Institute is like joining a club. You will receive strong on-going support from a team of qualified professionals. You will have access to free legal and technical advice. You will have the opportunity to meet other bookkeepers and to update your skills through continuing professional development seminars.
The Institute has more than 150,000 students and members spread across more than fifty countries, making it the largest bookkeeping institute in the world.
You need to sign in to schedule an appointment. Do not create a new web account.
If you do not know your Username and Password and this is your first login contact ICB. Click My Account for a login reminder if you have logged in before but forgotten the details.
Appointments may be made in advance at test centres worldwide. Pearson VUE offers a variety of scheduling options
Special Needs Considerations
If you have a condition which requires any special adjustments to the normal examination practice, i.e. you are sight-impaired or need wheelchair access; you must submit the Reasonable Adjustment/Special Consideration Form (RASC) to the Institute at least two months prior to the intended date of your examination. This allows the ICB to provide equal opportunities and to ensure you can complete your examination comfortably.
The RASC form should be submitted together with an up-to-date Doctor’s note, psychologists report or specialist teacher report outlining, not only your condition, but the impact that it may have on your examination.
Please call the Institute on 0845 060 2345 to request a RASC Form. If submitting a RASC form, you should not book your examination until instructed to do so by the ICB.