ICB Business Management Advanced Level: Subject – Research Theory and Practice

The RTAP Portfolio of Evidence (P.o. E) is an in-depth research assessment/thesis/ project which will be your primary mark for this subject. This will require significantly more time to complete than the P.o.E for previous subjects. The completed assignment must be uploaded back to MACCI by the P.o.E due date.

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Description

Your RTAP Portfolio of Evidence (P.o. E) is an in-depth research assessment/thesis/ project which will be your primary mark for this subject. This will require significantly more time to complete than the P.o.E for previous subjects. The completed assignment must be uploaded back to MACCI by the P.o.E due date.

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Requirements

National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting NQF L5, Diploma: Public Sector Accounting NQF L5 or
Higher Certificate: Office Administration NQF L5 with
ICB Financial Accounting or
ICB Public Sector Accounting or
ICB Business Management or
ICB Entrepreneurship

Duration

This subject can be completed in 3 months.

Packages

This course is available via Online Premium. This Package includes the following:

-ICB exam and assessment information
-Interactive forums
-Concept Videos
-Access to our lecturers via the Question and Answer platform
-Live Webinars sessions and recoding library

Assessment

The Research Theory and Practice subject is assessed by means of a short dissertation on the topic of your chosen stream, either Financial Accounting, Public Sector Accounting, Business Management or Entrepreneurship.

You will notice that, when quoted, Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks & Research Theory and Practice are priced together. Although these are separate learning areas, we recommend that they are completed together. Research Theory and Practice is not assessed by the ICB in the usual manner. Instead of five Formative Assessments and one Summative Assessment, this learning area is assessed by virtue of the submission of a short dissertation (a research study). The topics on which the research study is based are derived from the content studied in Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks. Thus, you are advised to register with ICB for both assessments at the same time, and to work on your dissertation while studying towards the completion of the Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks subject. It is ideal to send your completed research study to the ICB at more or less the same time as your scheduled final Summative Assessment for Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks.

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