Contact: Alan Richardson
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18th Feb 2015 / 10:50am
I am not one to seek blatant self-promotion, preferring instead for my work to speak for me, but I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded a Fellowship by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.
I am an active and supportive member of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and uphold the body as a benchmark for ethics and professionalism within the bookkeeping industry. As an ICB member I am expected to maintain my skills throughout my career through continual professional development (CPD) and active participation in the organisation.
Fellow is the highest grade of ICB membership, reserved for the best of the best (don’t you know) and the ICB bestows this honour on very few – there are just 43 of us in the country. The tap on the shoulder came in 2014 when I was recommended to apply for a Fellowship and having proved to the Board and other Fellows that I am a highly professional bookkeeper and an exemplary member of the ICB, I was awarded the honour.
I was flattered when it was suggested that I apply to become a Fellow of the ICB and then delighted when my application was successful! I hold the ICB in such high esteem; this means so much to me. To be recognised by my professional body for having ‘superior knowledge’ of something that I simply enjoy doing is overwhelming!
Trumpet tooted, back to the day job – which you now know I am extremely good at!