At International Compliance Training we try always to underline the virtues of learning. To show you that we practice what we preach, I want to share my own experience as a student over the last twelve months.
These tips were published originally in 2013 but have recently been revised. We hope you find them useful!
For many people membership of the ICA is a natural progression after successfully completing an ICA diploma. Becoming a Professional Member of the ICA brings certain benefits such as access to our quarterly journal, inCOMPLIANCE; continued access to the ICA website and the wealth of resource it contains; discounts at various trade events and conferences… and of course the professional designation ‘MICA’. But what does professional membership say about you?
The way you approach an exam can have a massive impact on the outcome. Subject matter knowledge is crucial but this is only half the battle. You’ve studied the course for months, digested the wider reading and put the effort into completing the assignments. Now you want to pass with the highest score you can, achieve the certification and put all you have learned into practice. Here are five tips that will help you achieve your goal.
If I have completed a previous ICA qualification will I be exempt from any modules on further qualifications?
We are now getting into exam season for many Advanced Certificate and Diploma candidates and it can be a stressful time especially for those who haven’t sat a formal exam in years. Below is a list of useful tips that will help you approach your exam with more confidence. Much of it has been gathered from examiners' feedback based on common issues that crop up time and time again.....More
Most ICA exams we invigilate go off without a hitch, but every now and then someone throws us a curveball question or comment that renders a little bit more thought than ‘how long is left’?