New qualifying programmes
From 1 January 2019 the nine Divisions of the Institute will be offering a newly revised qualifying programme for individuals that wish to become members. The new programmes are the result of an 18 month international review of what the Institute believes a person needs to know to be a Chartered Secretary and or a Chartered Governance Professional.
The new programmes include a greater emphasis on risk management and enterprise risk management; a revised focus on finance and decision making; introduction of a module on development of strategy as well as an updating of applied governance, corporate law and corporate secretarial practice.
Please contact your local Division for further information on registrations, subject offerings and other details.
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