Programme schedule

By choosing the classroom route you will benefit from the expertise and guidance of our team of highly quality tutors including Karen Dillon and Fiona Buckley. Our class size, usually around 30 people, also means that you can interact with the tutors, ask questions and address issues throughout the programme. You will also gain from peer to peer learning that takes place formally, in case study groups and informally, outside the classroom.

This aspect of the programme and the network of contacts you will gain can both benefit you on the programme itself and beyond in terms of career development and networking opportunities. The classroom version of the programme is ideal for those who enjoy a high support, fast paced, structured approach to learning. Classroom: you will attend seven-weekend modules and be guided through the programme by our team of expert tutors.

The programme is designed to meet the needs of finance professionals and is open to Members of Chartered Accountants Ireland, ACOI and other recognised professionals bodies including ICAS, ACCA, CIMA, CPA, ICAEW. holders of a Level 8 (on the NFQ) or equivalent qualification or experience in finance, business or other relevant fields may also apply.

Applicants other than Members on Chartered Accountants Ireland and ACOI must provide proof of their membership of another professional body or details showing how their experience or qualifications are relevant.

The dates for the spring 2020 programme starts on 27 March 2020.

The programme is delivered over a series of 6 two-day modules offered over a 6 month period approximately. Modules 2, 3 and 4 include leadership skills and run all day Friday (9am - 7pm) and Saturday (9am - 2pm). The remaining modules (1,5 & 6) take place on Friday afternoons (2pm - 7pm) and Saturday (9am - 2pm)

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